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For the second straight week the CDO football team lost a game in the final moments, while also having to deal with a strange delay. Cienega beat CDO 23-18 in a game that saw the Bobcats take a late lead, then both teams have to deal with a 15 minute delay when the lights went out.
Canyon Del Oro wide receiver Rome Bracy makes a leaping catch for a huge gain in front of Cieniga High School’s Austin Cuevas on Friday.
(StatePoint) Si tiene 65 años o más, probablemente sabe que el período anual de inscripción de Medicare se extiende desde el 15 de octubre hasta el 7 de diciembre. Generalmente, ésta es la única vez que usted puede hacerle cambios a su cobertura.
(StatePoint) If you’re 65 or older, you probably know that the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period runs October 15 through December 7. Generally, this is the only time you can make changes to your coverage.
The latest media rankings for high school football are out and there is starting to be a lot of moving going on as the season gets into its fourth week.
(NAPSI)—A national competition now in its third year is challenging teams of middle- and high-school students to develop concepts for mobile apps that can solve a school or community problem.
You may have to change your driving routes for the coming storm due to wash and road closures that are expected.
Oro Valley authorities have confirmed that Sahuarita Town Attorney Daniel Jay Hochuli has been charged with driving under the influence with a blood alcohol content exceeding the legal limit.
The Pima County Office of Emergency Management continues to monitor the weather situation associated with the remnants of Hurricane Odile, now Tropical Storm Odile.
One of the primary allures of the Tucson climate is the seemingly endless amount of outdoor entertainment that can take place nearly year round. Games of golf, family picnics, hiking expeditions, and films underneath the stars have become community favorites in years past, but one local theater group is quietly bringing a much more educational twist to the list.
Why is it that David Garcia, the Democratic candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction, has locked up major endorsements from Republicans, Democrats, the business community and educators, while his Republican opponent Diane Douglas has no big names in her corner?
On Aug. 26, the Town of Oro Valley conducted its primary election. Previously, the town’s nonpartisan primary and general elections were held in March and May respectively and conducted as mail ballot elections. Due to a recent change in state law (HB 2826), the town is now required to consolidate its primary and general elections with Pima County’s partisan primary polling place election in August, and the general polling place election in November.
In her recent monthly column for The Explorer, District 1 Supervisor Ally Miller asserts that Pima County lacks the leadership to solve the county’s road maintenance problem. Supervisor Miller’s comments are very disappointing – as well as inaccurate.
Once again we share in the sadness of losing one of our most beloved entertainers, Robin Williams. He was someone I grew up seeing on television and in the movies. He seemed real, kind and so very funny. Many were shocked to learn that he had taken his life after struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues for many years. I mean, how can someone so talented be so troubled? How does someone who spent years making us laugh, cry, think and feel be someone who we could not collectively save with our appreciation and adoration? How did fame and fortune not create a ‘cure’ for whatever was ailing him?
It’s been a heck-of-a-summer. Campaigning for re-election to the town council again put me in close touch with folks whose doorbells I poked and whose small dogs became extremely alarmed. One little older woman said she’d vote for me just for coming to her door in the heat.
A couple of times every year a movie will come out that completely surprises me where I find the plot cleverly disguised and 180 degrees from what I was expecting after the first 20 minutes. Like most everyone else, I detest movie trailers for the simple fact that they’ve become too long and too specific for my taste. Trailers today spoil our movie experience by connecting too many dots in the storyline and test driving all the laugh lines on us viewers-- all before we’ve even settled into our theater seats.
Buffelgrass goes hand in glove with fountain grass with respect to its invasive and aggressive growth.
For the past three years, Oro Valley resident John Scheuring has sprayed nearly 40 roadside miles.
Oro Valley residents John Scheuring, right, and Ed Nigl are volunteering their time spraying herbicide on buffelgrass and fountain grass around town.
Tucson Local Media receptionist and SaddleBrooke resident Sheryl Kocher recently stepped out on her patio and was surprised to see a normally elusive gila monster slowly making its way across the top of her wall.
Navy petty officer, 2nd class Joseph Lowley salutes while the National Anthem is sung at Legacy Traditional School on Sept. 11. The school held a small school-wide ceremony and invited first responders for breakfast.
Marana police officer Scott Bennett, left, grabs some breakfast alongside Marana police officer Daniel Powell and his 6-year-old daughter Emma Powell at Legacy Traditional School on Sept. 11.
Students at Legacy Traditional School gather before a small ceremony on Sept. 11.
Students and staff at Legacy Traditional School bow their heads during a moment of silence on Sept. 11.
The students at Legacy Traditional School made cards and posters for first responders.