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Paul Emmert’s training journal reflects his dedication to his cause – training for El Tour de Tucson.
New program can help TEP users reduce energy bills
Volunteers needed to preserve OV history
Paul Emmert, the Oro Valley resident and co-owner of Alive Fitness and Training, flies commercial aircraft for a living.
courtesy photo, Paul Emmert stood atop Mount Rainier in September. The Oro Valley pilot and fitness business co-owner trained for months to achieve the summit.
P-51 Mustang shown at air, space museum
Paul Emmert, an Oro Valley-based pilot for Alaska Airlines, lost 35 pounds in seven weeks working out at 123Fit.
Astronaut to speak before chamber May 27
Democrat files for House seat from District 27
Letters to the editor published in the September 30, 2009, edition of The Explorer.
Letters to the editor published in the June 24, 2009, edition of The Explorer.
Letters to the editor published in the April 15, 2009, edition of The Explorer.
On Wednesday, July 16, the Oro Valley Town Council approved a measure to allow members of a local radio-controlled model airplane club to fly their planes in the Naranja Town Site.
May 25, 2005 - The Oro Valley Town Council took steps toward annexing the La Cholla Airpark at its May 18 meeting, approving a preannexation agreement and zoning changes to help the small airport fit into the community.
August 25, 2004 - For two years, Ron Wiener began his commute to work at 3:30 a.m.
After supporting Golder Ranch Fire District as her choice for sole provider of fire services in Oro Valley during her election campaign, one council member has moved to bring the fire service to Town Hall.
In its brief history, Securaplane Technol-ogies in Oro Valley, a world leader in manufacturing aircraft security systems, has consistently demonstrated the value of being nimble.