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The party returned to Marana once again this year.
It’s literally a colorful scene in the Marana Health Center’s art therapy room.
It was a honky-tonk kind of weekend in Marana when country superstar Easton Corbin performed at the Marana Health Center on Saturday night, showcasing a number of hits from his latest album, “All Over the Road.”
The public is invited to explore the next generation of medical facilities with a public open house
As plans are being perfected for the open house celebration on Aug. 12, the new Marana Healthcare Main Clinic is already making a difference as residents file in and out of the multi-service medical facility for treatment, education and services.
The newly opened Marana Healthcare facility will be hosting a community open house on Friday, Aug. 12 between 4 and 8 p.m.
The Town of Oro Valley and its police department cut the ribbon Friday, July 16, on the new OVPD substation located in Oro Valley Marketplace.
Selection of a community member to fill an opening on the Oro Valley has been rescheduled from last week to Wednesday, June 9.
Oro Valley mayor and town council members were sworn in last week, officially inaugurating a new era in local government.
The Oro Valley community has shown strong interest in filling the town council seat Salette Latas vacated in April.
We've turned into a bunch of whining sheep
The final campaign finance reporting deadline before the May 18 Oro Valley election has passed, with mayoral candidates Satish Hiremath and Mike Zinkin reporting additional fund-raising.
Prison labor works fine in Florence
Through April 9, Oro Valley mayoral candidate Dr. Satish Hiremath had received $18,338 in campaign contributions, $11,492 more than Mike Zinkin.
Another Oro Valley Town Council member has resigned.
People at The Explorer were saddened to learn Monday of the weekend passing of Mary Elizabeth Evans, the Brit and tea authority who wrote a food column in our newspaper.
The ballots have been counted and counted again, now the results of the Oro Valley primary election are official.
Mary Snider has been elected to the Oro Valley Town Council, and it's a real achievement. The longtime community activist, synonymous with Project Graduation in Northwest high schools, was selected on a majority of town council ballots cast in the town's primary election last Tuesday.
Both incumbents on the Oro Valley Town Council have been defeated in their bids for re-election.