- Your Voice
A native to Marana, Del Post the Deputy Town Manager, was honored by the 40 Under 40 group for his hard work and service to the community.
Now on her ninth book, 80-year-old Barbara Marriott’s most recent book “Legendary Locals of Marana, Oro Valley, and Catalina” highlights the impact of three smaller communities of Tucson.
Ventana Medical Systems Inc. and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Team In Training Program came together in Oro Valley on Nov 3. to inspire and inform residents about raising money to fight leukemia and lymphoma by participating in the upcoming Arizona Distance Classic race.
Cheers erupted throughout Golden Pin Lanes on Friday, Oct. 26, as high school students from the Coronado Area competed in bowling for the Special Olympics.
Every day is a gift in the eyes of 68-year-old Lana Barr-Sanders, who is a 16-year survivor of breast cancer.
Although, most may think having a twin would involve a lot of competitiveness and rivalry, 2011 CDO graduates Kami and Kalyn Humphrey are just the opposite.
After 37 years of law practice, Kathleen McCarthy, 61, still finds the same amount of satisfaction and joy in helping people that she did when she first started.
A majority of college students don't care. Want to know why? They are lazy and I'm here speaking as a college student myself. For the most part, college is about doing whatever you want and not really caring about anything outside of friends and school. Politics doesn't fit into either of those categories. So I'd have to say that most just don't care and find politics rather boring.
For the second year in a row, Community Emergency Response Training hosted a drill session for 20 trained CERT civilians on Saturday, Sept. 22, at CASAS church.
Anticipation for a new and improved season arose when the Pusch Ridge Lions hired Troy Cropp, as the new head varsity football coach.
A new level of motivation has arisen for the Pusch Ridge Lions football team under new Head Coach Troy Cropp, who has started a more organized and efficient training program.
Be a playoff team. Finish the season with no regrets. Grow closer to God.
Barbara McClure, executive director of Catalina Community Services. Winner of the Non-profit of the Year
Every little girl is a princess, but is every little girl a perfect princess? In the book, “Rebekah Grace The Practically Perfect Princess,” authors Jennifer Humphries and Nicki Dicampli show that no little princess is perfect.
Led by five determined seniors, the top-ranked Pusch Ridge Christian Academy softball team won the Division IV State Championship Saturday, beating sixth-seed St. Johns in a nail-biting 3-2 win.
Black framed mirrors line the walls at the Tucson College of Beauty as students take scissors in hand and snip their clients’ hair into a new style.
The Loop Taste of Chicago is celebrating its fifth anniversary on Friday, April 20, with music from one of Europe’s top piano entertainers, Mr. Boogie Woogie.
Balance. Strength. Flexibility. All three point to Body Works Pilates
Lonnie Young, clips the nails of a cocker spaniel. The pet salon keeps up on all the current equipment and products to use on their clients' dogs.
Lonnie Young, uses a nail cutter to trim down the nails of a cocker spaniel. Groomingdales Pet Salon has been serving the dog community of Tucson for 19 years.
Above, ladies take advantage of the Pilates equipment at Body Works.
Satish Hiremath first opened the family dentist offices more than 20 years ago, and remains a strong advocate for community.
Besides classes, Body Works Pilates allows customers to workout and stretch.
Village Bakehouse thrives in the Northwest
After three years of committed training, Josh Spegman, a 2009 Pusch Ridge Christian Academy graduate, qualified for the United States Pentathlon team.
For the 23rd year, Canyon Del Oro High School hosted the Elementary District Track Meet of “Everybody Wins” on March 2, which included 13 schools with more than 600 students athletes.