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(NAPSI)—If you’re like many Americans, you have questions about your family history. Now, genealogy experts Kenyatta Berry, Joshua Taylor and Mary Tedesco from “Genealogy Roadshow” on PBS offer some advice for researching your family’s history:
Credit: Daniel Burke Genealogists Kenyatta Berry, Joshua Taylor and Mary Tedesco offer simple steps to help you learn about your genealogy. (“Genealogy Roadshow” premieres on PBS January 13; check local listings.) (NAPS)
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Joshua Zientarski took this photo last month at Cave Creek near the Idlewild campground. He said this area is known as the Yosemite of Arizona, located on the east side of the Chiricahua Mountains.
Location: Stevie Eller Dance Theatre
This is a popular time of year around these parts because it’s finally cool enough for us all to step outside for a bit and enjoy the ever-so-slightly crisper air. And while there are definitely increased events and festivals happening around town, the turn of the season also marks a great time to explore a bit further. With that in mind, I thought I’d share three day trip destinations that are perfect for fall.
(StatePoint) If you have school- age children, you likely have heard about the new Common Core State Standards. Already adopted by forty-three states, the District of Columbia, four territories, and the Department of Defense Education Activity, the Common Core focuses on developing the critical-thinking, problem-solving and analytical skills students will need to be successful in college and the workforce. What does this mean for your children and their education?
(BPT) - You may consider child hunger to be a world away problem, however, the reality is there are 16 million children right here in America who are faced with hunger. That’s one in five children who don’t know where their next meal will come from. When you think about that statistic, one of these children can easily be your own neighbor – or even your child’s best friend.
From the left, Pablo Pena, Robert Dotson IV, Antonio Pallares, Mason Lefcourt, Todd Glick, Jr., Steve Marshall (Marana Broncos President), Brandon Paredes, Joshua Hart, Andrew Lefcourt, Desirae Burke and Eliza Sanchez.
On Sunday 11 Marana Broncos players and cheerleaders were honored at a scholarship luncheon for the Tucson Youth Football and Spirit Federation.
Glendale’s Joy Christian won the field position battle and made a smart tactical move and that led to their 28-6 road win over Pusch Ridge Christian last Friday night.
Charles Janasz and Joshua James Campbell in Arizona Theatre Company’s production of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. Photo by Joan Marcus
Joshua Knapp was one of the 16 people who competed in the adult division last week.
Joshua Erwin was getting ready to go to a wedding on May 17 when he heard the screaming coming from the backyard.
During an Explorer CPR training course, Joshua Erwin demonstrates some helpful techniques to Alondra Serrano. Using what he learned in the class, Erwin is credited with saving the life of a 3-year-old after she was found unconscious in a pool.
On June 3, 2014, at approximately 5:00 p.m., Foothills District deputies responded to the railroad crossing at Ruthrauff Road and the frontage road reference a train hitting a pedestrian.
The Marana boys volleyball team gave Salpointe all they could handle, but in the end the Lancers prevailed 3-2.
Using the seemingly popular “Stand Your Ground” defense, David Mota was found not guilty in the shooting death of 22-year-old Joshua Switalski in the road-rage incident in Oro Valley last year.
Is it open season on bald Caucasians? That is the lesson learned from the recent murder trial of David Mota who shot and killed Joshua Switalski. The two had had a verbal exchange after a near collision and, as Switalski was driving away to end the altercation, Mota shot and killed him. After a short trial Mota was acquitted. Some jurors later said that their decision to find him not guilty was based on Arizona’s “Stand Your Ground law”.
Re: The road rage incident of last year. David Mota, the shooter, says he has lost his job and can’t sleep nights. His victim, Joshua Switalski, lost his life and doesn’t have the luxury of not sleeping nights.
The San Manuel resident who was recently acquitted on charges of first-degree murder, drive-by shooting, and aggravated assault said in a post-trial interview that despite the jury verdict, he prays for forgiveness for shooting and killing 22-year-old Joshua Switalski in a traffic altercation last year in Oro Valley.
A number of questions still loom in the minds of the loved ones of Joshua Switalski, the 22-year-old Tucson resident who was shot and killed in Oro Valley last year during a traffic altercation.
After four days of trial, San Manuel resident David Mota was found not guilty on all charges, including first degree murder, drive by shooting, and aggravated assault.