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Explorer Production Manager Brandon Hays took home a second-place award for Best Color Ad Series in the Arizona Newspaper Association advertising contest.
Little did Jon Marshall know, but when he agreed to take on an intern from the Chapel Haven West program he was going to get a lot more. Marshall not only got a hard worker, but he got someone to mentor.
As a child, John Faruolo’s friends flocked to his house to play wiffle ball. Decades later, nothing has changed, though the facilities have been upgraded.
La Bella A Consignment Boutique opened its doors Nov. 10, 2010, and has successfully gone into its fourth year of business.
Pima Community College recently appointed David Dore as the new Northwest Campus president. He will assume his new position July 1.
For the second consecutive year, the northwest community showed its appreciation of Studio Dental by recognizing it as Best of the Northwest’s Best Dentist.
Real estate deals that implode- chances are, either you have experienced one or know someone who did. Here is a “best of” or more appropriately, “worst of” list of deal killers in the Northwest Tucson and how to avoid them.
As this issue is the “Best of the Northwest”, it seems appropriate for a toplist of real estate tips.
For the third straight year, The Explorer Newspaper hosted the Best of the Northwest special.
Members of a neighborhood road repair committee in northwest Tucson who say their streets haven’t been revamped since 1980 are hoping to get the attention of the Pima County Board of Supervisors.
With a relentless work ethic and a smooth stroke from behind the three-point line, 6-foot-2 Casey Wortley, undoubtedly has caught the attention of basketball fans, players and coaches alike. One coach in particular wasted no time in offering Wortley a spot on her Division I basketball team – an offer that Wortley happily accepted.
Running marathons has become popular nationwide, and Oro Valley isn’t missing out on the fun each year. Providing the setting for one of the more scenic race events in the state, Oro Valley plays host to the annual Arizona Distance Classic’s 2014 event on March 23.
It’s tough to turn tragedy into something positive.
San Diego made it interesting, but unlike last year, the Denver Broncos held up in the end, defeating the Chargers 24-17 to earn a ticket to the AFC Championships next Sunday.
Savor Southern Arizona Food & Wine Festival
The Ironwood Ridge girls’ basketball team finished runner-up in the seventh annual Northwest Desert Classic tournament, hosted at Pusch Ridge from Dec. 26 to 28.
One month ago, the Arizona Game and Fish Department released 31 bighorn sheep into Catalina State Park. Since then, at least two sheep have been killed by mountain lions, and subsequently, two mountain lions have been killed by Game and Fish in response.
Around 7:11 p.m. Dec.10, a large meteor entered the earth’s atmosphere northeast of Phoenix and broke up over Marana according to a researcher from Prescott.
Recognize your favorite business by voting in 2014 Best of the Northwest
A series of burglaries on the northwest side has residents taking increased security precautions.
There was a good turnout at Thunder Canyon Brewery last week as a number of Northwest-area residents and business representatives joined staff of The Explorer Newspaper for the monthly Sippin’ Social, which takes place at various locations on the third Thursday of each month.