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(StatePoint) Al pensar en las puestas al día del hogar, nuestra atención con frecuencia se dirige a una nueva capa de pintura o decoración nueva, pero algunos de los cambios más prácticos y significativos que puede hacer en su hogar verdaderamente modernizarán la manera en que vive.
(BPT) - El caos divertido de la temporada festiva está a la vuelta de la esquina, con las reuniones familiares a planificar, las deliciosas comidas a preparar, los regalos que debemos buscar y comprar, y una casa para decorar… ¡Por solo mencionar algunas tareas!
Fifty-two businesses and four business leaders in Southern Arizona have been selected as finalists for the Tucson Metro Chamber Copper Cactus Awards presented by Wells Fargo.
Bobby D. Streb of Oro Valley, AZ, 84, died December 24, 2013. Bobby was born in Schoenbrunn, Ohio, the daughter of James and Edna Edwards. She was married to Joseph M. Streb who preceded her in death along with her parents and sister Jimmy Edwards Rice.
The Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce held its annual Meetings and Awards Breakfast at the Hilton El Conquistador Resort on Aug. 23.
A Man of Honor, Humor and Honesty.
In our seasonal salutations, we say “Merry Christmas,” and “Happy Holidays,” and of course we mean it.
Is Christmas really the most wonderful time of the year, as crooned by Andy Williams nearly 50 years ago?
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Shoppers make their way through Foothills Mall Monday evening, getting in their last days of shopping before Christmas this Saturday. Many people are consumed by the holiday’s frenzy, a community educator believes.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, With only a handful of days left before Christmas, shoppers make their way from store to store at Foothills Mall on Monday evening.
You may not have known longtime Oro Valley resident Quentin "Sonny" Kahler.
A decade ago, Agnes Poore and Lynette Jaramillo mortgaged both of their homes and got a loan to help finance a new business — one that would make life as comfortable as possible for people with terminal illnesses.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Agnes Poore (left) and Lynette Jaramillo started Casa de la Luz, one of greater Tucson’s largest hospices, 10 years ago.
Police reports from Marana and Oro Valley
Tim Bee, the Republican challenger in Arizona’s 8th Congressional District, is meeting with key staff at Casa de la Luz Hospice in the Northwest on Friday, Aug. 8, at 10 a.m.
Amanda*, 34, seems out of place among the mostly elderly patients being cared for by the Casa de la Luz Hospice.
Lynette Jaramillo is in the business of helping the terminally ill die with dignity in a house of love and light. She and her staff of 78 at Casa de la Luz Hospice, 400 W. Magee Road, also help the survivors go on with their lives.