- Your Voice
My eighteen-year-old daughter’s beloved first car broke down on the side of I-10 about a month ago. In order to buy that little green Volkswagen Beetle in the first place, she’d saved for well over a year, stashing away every penny she earned from her part-time job, as well as cash birthday and Christmas gifts. So when the temperature gauge somersaulted and grey smoke poured from the exhaust pipe that day, my daughter’s dream car quite literally went up in smoke. And, unfortunately, there were no affordable options to get it back up and running. There was a grieving process to be sure, but perhaps the heaviest burden fell on the shoulders of my husband. Used car shopping, you see, is like the kryptonite to his Superman.
Clear-thinking seniors will rise against 'reform'
June 22, 2005 - While there are some decisions to be made before a final budget is adopted, the Oro Valley council has capped the town's spending for 2005-06 at $99 million.
Nov. 17, 2004 - Following in a line of cities and towns across the nation, Oro Valley is looking at a possible ban of motorized scooters.