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Eighteen months ago, Pima Animal Care Center began a transformative journey to save more lives.
More than 50,000 students, alumni and community members are expected to take part in the University of Arizona's 99th annual Homecoming celebration this weekend.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) and PlayOn! Sports (PlayOn) jointly announce the launch of the new AIA365.com, a partnership providing multi-platform distribution of Arizona high school sports content.
The Marana Tigers baseball team came back from an early 3-0 deficit to defeat the Mountain View Mountain Lions 7-6 in an eight-inning stretch.
As 2011 winds down to an end, activities are cranked up to their fullest. The holidays are here, and with them comes a wealth of concerts, classes, plays and other events, most aimed at bringing smiles to people of all ages.
What do 130,970 pennies look like? Students in kindergarten through sixth grades at Estes Elementary School in Marana know. That’s how many of the copper coins they raised to beat out 117 other schools statewide to win the Arizona CENTennial Penny Drive.
Jan. 8th will never be the same again in Southern Arizona. While the tragedy at Safeway had a national impact, it will always have a special place in the hearts and souls of we who live here.
Ironwood Ridge girls volleyball coach Bill Lang is a man with a (game) plan.
May 11, 2005 - In the fleeting moments before her Class 1A-2A state championship match on May 7 at the Tucson Racquet Club, Mya Towne, of Pusch Ridge Christian Academy's girls tennis team, sat back and soaked in some advice from Lonnie Tvrdy, the school's head basketball coach.
March 30, 2005 - Surrounded onstage by a group of her peers - at that moment guised as 1950s high schoolers caught up in the complexities of teen romance - Stephanie Koeppen twirled, spun and danced her way across a colorful set inside Marana Middle School's auditorium, belting out "You're the one that I want," followed by a few perfect pitched "ooh, ooh oohs."
Jan. 12, 2005 - New ordinances lowering the speed limit in front of Mountain View High School to 25 mph, prohibiting jaywalking and limiting certain types of vehicle turns will take effect Jan. 13 when several signs are posted near the intersection of Linda Vista Boulevard and Thornydale Road in Marana.
Sept. 1, 2004 - AHEAD OF THE GAME: Certain sports may be hurting for players as athletic programs across Tucson prepared to begin their season this week.
There can be a lot of anxiety for kids when they make the shift from elementary to middle school. The campus is a lot bigger, they have to change classrooms between subjects and they need to use a locker.