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In his fifth State of the Town address on Sept. 12, Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath said he is proud of what continues to be accomplished in the community located six miles north of Tucson.
Blood dripped from his face and lacerations covered his arms. Dallin Wengert lay unconscious as his body jerked around in a fit of seizures. Amy Wengert sat by her husband in the helicopter praying – praying that he would live.
Three Mountain View football players have been held out of action while the Arizona Interscholastic Association continues to investigate allegations of improper conduct. The case was discussed during an executive session of the regularly scheduled AIA meeting last week.
(BPT) - Ready for this year’s flu season? You may think you know a lot about flu prevention and treatment – but being wrong about the flu can make you downright ill. Here are six myths about the flu, and the truth behind them.
As manager of the Lake Powell/Page Days Inn and Suites, Traci Varner has grown used to the call: A customer heading here on U.S. 89 comes to a traffic barrier and “Road Closed” sign with 30 miles to go.
The impact of Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale will be viewed heavily through an economic lens, and while many will look at the scoreboard or tax dollars for results Wayne Kostroski will be measuring the outcome by the number of needy people he feeds.
(NAPSI)—Health care and health insurance are complex for most people, but for veterans even more so. Veterans have different and unique health care options that make decision making even more challenging. If you or a loved one has served in the military, it’s important to be aware of recent health care changes and the range of health coverage options available to veterans.
On August 18, Donna Rose Smith accepted a plea agreement in the death of her son, Patrick Michael Smith.
1. Missouri Highway Patrol takes over security from police in Ferguson
The Pima County Bond Advisory Committee has wrapped up five months of intensive review of hundreds of proposed projects for a possible 2015 bond election package.
Continuing to learn new things offers many benefits, including cultural enrichment, engagement with others, and even better brain health and sharper thinking. Research has shown that this is true for people of all ages—especially when combined with a social aspect, like taking a class with other interested students.
When you gotta go, you gotta go. Unless you hit a pedestrian with your car in the process.
(NAPSI)—All across the country, family restaurants and neighborhood diners are getting ready for their close-up. That’s because a recipe contest is shining the spotlight on their signature dishes—the very dishes that make their own communities proud.
The National Football League (NFL) has come under fire in recent weeks after Baltimore Ravens’ tailback Ray Rice received only a two-game suspension for domestic violence after an incident with his fiancée. On the surface, one might say it’s good the NFL took action, and he didn’t get away with it.
Pima Community College today reached a milestone as it requests continued accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission, sending its accreditor a document detailing the efforts the College has made to comply with HLC standards since being placed on probation in April 2013.
Jo Grant, an Oro Valley resident, worked as a legislative coordinator for more than 20 years for the Southern Arizona until retiring. She’s served on the Amphitheater school board and was appointed to that in February 2013. Grant is running because she wants her grandchildren to have a quality education and be able to get a job once they finish school. Her top three priorities, if elected, are education, economic development through jobs and veterans. Grant believes that “our young adults need to be educated and trained to go into the workforce and get our economy going. They all tie together.” As for veterans, Grant wants to make sure they are taken care of.
1. Protests rock the West Bank ahead of a "day of rage"
1. Ukraine rebels hand over evidence from downed jetliner
Pima Community College Center for the Arts announces its 2014-2015 Season: ENCORE! The new season follows on the back of last season’s record attendance with the goal of delivering an eclectic and interesting selection of Pima’s theatre, music and dance performances; gallery exhibits of contemporary works by national and regional visual artists; and special events worthy of ovation. The Center for the Arts complex, situated on PCC’s West Campus, consists of the Proscenium Theatre, the Black Box Theatre, the Recital Hall and the Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery.
1. Israel steps up its Gaza offensive as death toll rises
As the summer months hit full swing and temperatures rise, many snowbirds will return to their out-of-state summer homes in cooler climates.
1. Kerry says Maliki will form a new Iraqi government
(BPT) - It is an all too familiar scene for many parents: They are enjoying a relaxing moment watching their baby contently nursing or bottle-feeding and then, inexplicably, the infant spits up. And then it happens again, and again.
(NAPSI)—By February 2009, Ken Campbell had had enough. The Lincoln, California horse rancher caught the now famous economic “rant” by CNBC correspondent Rick Santelli, who said on national TV, “We’re thinking of having a Chicago tea party in July. All you capitalists that want to show up at Lake Michigan, I’m gonna start organizing.” Santelli didn’t start organizing a local tea party but Campbell did.