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What happens when a coyote falls in love with a human woman? What if he could become human? Follow Coyote as he pursues his dream, falling into a trap set by the shaman he meets one night. Yes, he can shape-shift but he cannot remain in human form once he falls asleep!
The Picture Rocks Community Center Hiking Club has adopted its itinerary for the coming season, with emphasis on exploration. The PRCC van will leave the community center, located at 5615 N. Sanders Road, at 8 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 25, to visit the “ghost town” ruins of the SASCO smelter, which closed in 1919.
It is disheartening when something strong, something important makes many stand up to rally and protest, but the selfishness of few lessens the value of the message many work to make public.
1. Gaza cease-fire collapses and Israel brings home its negotiators
1. American general killed in an apparent insider attack in Afghanistan
1. Court rules overturns Virginia's same-sex marriage ban
1. Arizona inmate gasps for 90 minutes during execution
Jeff Laos was born with a killer jump shot and an affinity for music. Today he’s Soulular, a one-man electronic music project that is carving out a niche where he plays his own instruments in a genre known for using samples and loops.
1. Fighting intensifies in Gaza
1. Malaysia Airlines plane downed by missile over Ukraine
For two Seattle Pacific University students, the scene was all too familiar.
1. World leaders commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day
It’s been said that a bad apple can have a malignant effect on a sports team, and that an infected appendage must be removed. This is why talk of Indiana Pacer guard Lance Stephenson possibly being denied a contract extension has begun to surface. The former second round draft pick has drawn much criticism, as various sources have hinted at a possible lack of chemistry between the player and his teammates. The speculation regarding Stephenson’s internal antics reached a boiling point at the beginning of the playoffs when reports surfaced that the guard had come to physical blows with teammate Evan Turner during a practice. Yet despite the negative allegations surrounding Stephenson, the young prospect also serves a critical role in the Pacer body: the heel.
Whoever says patriotism is dead hasn’t met the 40 students who make up Ironwood Ridge High School’s Veterans Heritage Project (VHP), nor the veterans who shared their stories for the organization’s recently published “Since You Asked,” – a 185-page book in which veterans detail their experiences from some of the world’s largest military conflicts.
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450 W. Cool Drive where a man shot himself.
On May 15 around 10 a.m., Oro Valley Police officers were driving through an apartment complex at 450 W. Cool Drive on an unrelated matter when they heard a gunshot and saw a male subject in the parking lot with a rifle, hiding behind a truck.
This is in response to Mr. Mulleneauk’s letter. Seems he has the facts messed up for both cases. Motta was far from a frightened young man, but a former military man who was thrown out, and now has turned into a cold-blooded killer. Motta caught up to the victim, Josh, and fired his shots from behind, at a young couple who were unarmed and going to dinner. So he is also a coward.
1. Justices rule in favor of prayers at town meetings
1. NBA bans Sterling over racist comments
Anyone who compares the Mota killing with the Trayvon Martin case is sadly under the spell of the sensationalist media, including your publication, which had Mr. Mota convicted before a single word of testimony was given.