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With about 100 present on Aug. 20, the Marana Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual awards luncheon aimed at celebrating local business achievement.
After two years as an Arizona State Representative, Ethan Orr has seen the good and bad in state politics. The Republican from District 9 has some huge concerns about the partisan politics that he feels has hurt the state.
The JTED @ Mountain View Culinary Arts facility will host celebrity chef Jon Ashton and the Chopped Teachers cooking competition July 13, from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., at 3901 W. Linda Vista Blvd.
Highly driven to be successful in life, 18-year-old Ashley Doughty has used her last year of high school as a stepping-stone in pursuing her career choice of cosmetology.
Over the next week, thousands of young adults will walk across a stage to receive their high school diplomas. Many of them will take that special certificate knowing what the next step in life will be, others will still be trying to figure out the next chapter.
Several years ago, the idea was hatched to have Canyon Del Oro High School students build a home from a cargo shipping container. Now, after most of the legal hoops have been jumped through and the plans are nearly finalized, physical construction can begin.
The Arizona Athletic Trainer's Association recently announced the selection of Leah Oliver, of Mountain View High School, for the Hall of Fame.
Thursday, Feb. 23
Without the automotive technology program offered at Mountain View High School, James O’Neill said he is positive he would have dropped out of school during his freshman year in 2009.
JTED aims to provide Career and Technical Education classes to students in specialized areas, such as automotive technology, sports medicine and culinary arts.
Mountain View High School student James O’Neill is just one of more than 20,000 Pima County students who participated in the Career and Technical Education programs funded by JTED. His specialty is automotive technology. O’Neill is positive that, without the program, he would have dropped out of school during his freshman year in 2009.
Youth summer programs are offered by some Tucson schools, businesses and institutions. Check websites for more information, or call for programs and schedules offered.
Most people would likely want to avoid E. coli bacteria that is genetically engineered to glow under a black light. However, the students enrolled in Mountain View High School’s biotechnology program find bacteria and all the other things the class has to offer fascinating.
OV a part of largest-ever swim lesson
The smell of bacon wafts through the kitchen, past the students rolling and cutting cinnamon rolls, right on by other students creating crêpe filling, and full circle to students chopping ham for the omelet bar.
November 1, 2006 - It's a one-shot deal.
October 25, 2006 - For political newcomer Lena Saradnik, this race is about defying conventional wisdom.
May 24, 2006 - Denny Dearden a few months ago began a meeting with a fake set of rotten-yellow, crooked teeth in his mouth, slurring his speech.
March 22, 2006 - Barely old enough to vote, Alex Hoobler can pinpoint car troubles and fix most of them.