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Andy Litten knew when he took the Marana coaching job that it would not be a quick fix. Inheriting a zero-win team, was not easy, but changing the culture that begun to accept losing. After two successful seasons, which the Tigers have won nine games in the last two seasons after winning just eight the previous four seasons, the goal is simple; get to the postseason.
With only a few weeks to go, Country Thunder is ready to roll into Arizona and kick up some serious dust.The premier country music festival, to be held in Florence, AZ, April 11-14, will feature performances by some of today’s hottest country acts, including Lady Antebellum, Toby Keith, Eric Church, Brantley Gilbert, Justin Moore, Lee Brice, Kip Moore and more.
Wanted for First Degree Murder
An employee with the Chuy’s Mesquite Broiler Restaurant has reached a plea agreement with the Internal Revenue Service.
An employee with the Chuy's Mesquite Broiler Restaurant has reached a plea agreement with the Internal Revenue Service.
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Citizens for Picture Rocks to host meeting
Oro Valley resident Christopher Evenson was taken into police custody last Wednesday, after Immigration and Custom Enforcement raided more than a dozen Chuy's Mesquite Broiler restaurants in Arizona and California.
More than 150 citizens and business owners filled the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center meeting room March 10 to hear Arizona Department of Transportation staff members and consultants give a preview of potential reconstruction planned for Interstate 10 from Ina to Ruthrauff roads.
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Nutritionists will tell you breakfast is the most important meal, putting the fuel in our bodies to power us through the morning and into the day.
A sports grill has opened in the former Chuy’s, located at 6453 N. Oracle Road, the corner of Orange Grove and Oracle roads.
Former Marana assistant police chief Barbara Harris is expected to go before a review board no later than October to try to get her job back.
Laura Marble, LMarble@ExplorerNews.com