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The Continental Ranch Homeowners Association (HOA) has been able to turn a negative into a positive. When many of their agave plants were infested with agave snout weevils, the HOA found a way to repurpose one type of plant.
There were some tired eyes and sunburned faces by the time day three of Country Thunder kicked off.
1. ObamaCare enrollment deadline arrives
The Seventh Annual Harvest for Hope 5k non-competitive walk/run event is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 5 at 5 p.m. The event will take place at the path adjacent to the Oro Valley Marketplace.
What if you could take a damaged lung from a deceased patient, clean it up and refurbish it for someone in need of a transplant? Or what if you could print someone a brand new human lung using a 3-D bioprinter?
Despite the onslaught of bashing ensuing by the movie critics, “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters” nabbed the top-spot at the box office over the weekend, pulling in $19 million domestically, and another $35 million in the foreign market to more than make up its production budget of $50 million, and, in the meantime, top rival’s films “Movie 43” and “Parker.”
Could Arizona suffer another dustbowl like that of the 1930s? A new documentary coming out on Sunday, Nov. 18 examines how the dustbowl affected Arizona.
Of all the seasons, fall is my absolute favorite. Not only does it usher in fresh, crisp air and football (Go Cardinals!) but so, too, does it offer the opportunity to try flavorful pumpkin recipes and cozy casseroles. Those things alone set the season apart, but I like to take it a step further. A couple of years ago I scoured the craft stores in late September. I was on a mission to add a touch of fall décor to my home and I was prepared to consider my shopping splurge an investment. To my surprise and delight, though, I found that many retailers were clearing out their harvest decorations to make way for aisle after aisle of Christmas goodies. I was able to pick up quite a haul at a fraction of the retail price. And then, to fill in the gaps, I searched my own home and neighborhood for items to finish the look. Today, I’m sharing some ideas for inexpensive and festive fall décor with you.
When it comes to Democrats, the current state of the nation and his goals to get reelected to the Arizona Senate for a third term, Sen. Al Melvin has no problem speaking his mind.
Several Events Mark Earth Day Celebration
Harvest Restaurant, in Oro Valley, is under new ownership, with Reza and Lisa Shapouri, who took over in October.
If you were in a vehicle that crashed, would you know the best way to escape?