- Your Voice
Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez would like to remind all voters in the Town of Marana that your ballot must be received by Election Day, Tuesday, March 12, 2013.
Clerk of the Superior Court and several justice of the peace and constable seats are up for election this year in Pima County, with most of the candidates running unopposed.
Contrary to (Marana) Mayor Ed Honea’s recent guest opinion (“Passage of SB 1171 would be great for business,” March 16, 2011) alleging that Pima County’s wastewater services system has not “…been run properly,” a quick check of the facts show that the opposite is true.
Pima County went from three to five county supervisors in 1972. Those original five districts have expanded and contracted following the population into different areas.
An update was just released from Pima County Elections Director Brad Nelson on the new number of ballots that still needed to be counted.
Air quality in Pima County was good in the winter of 2009-'10, with no unhealthy days recorded by the county Department of Environmental Quality.
Not long after thousands of Tucsonans flocked to Florence for the country music festival known as Country Thunder, they’ll have a chance for another dose of country music when Lee Brice visits the Pima County Fairgrounds on April 26.
Pima County will no longer make use of precinct scanners at polling locations after the Pima County Board of Supervisors rejected a measure to spend $1.8 million to replace them.
In her recent opinion column to The Explorer, District 3 Supervisor Sharon Bronson failed to address the accomplishments of her almost 20 year tenure as a Pima County Supervisor. Meanwhile, she suggested the condition of our roads is the fault of a Supervisor in office less than 2 years. While this clearly demonstrates Bronson’s unwillingness to take responsibility, the board majority’s lack of vision and urgency regarding road repairs for the past two decades is certainly no secret to the rest of us.
Five candidates are competing to become the supervisor for District 1 in Pima County after current supervisor Ann Day steps down later this year.
The Northwest Fire and Rescue District and Pima County Sheriff's Department are working on an agreement that would add eight to 10 of the district's paramedics to the sheriff's elite SWAT unit - and do so almost entirely at the fire district's expense.
As of this morning, the Pima County Elections department will continue to count the several thousands of ballots that are remaining.
As we observe National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW), the Pima County Health Department would like to recognize local child care providers who have scored between 95-100 percent on their first immunization data report, which is a record of children immunized within their centers.
Governor Jan Brewer today appointed Toni Hellon to serve as the Clerk of the Superior Court for Pima County.
Governor Jan Brewer has appointed Joan Wagener to the Pima County Superior Court.
Former Mountain View and University of Arizona standout swimmer Lacey Nymeyer John was inducted into the Pima County Sports Hall of Fame earlier this week. She was one of 14 inducted in the class of 2014.
There’s a mystery embedded in the latest annual report by the Office of the Medical Examiner: More people died in Pima County in 2012 than in other recent years.
Name: Ally Miller
Name: Mike Hellon
Pima Animal Care Center’s cat room is getting crowded and county residents wanting to add a cat or kitten to their families can get their adoption fees waived by donating badly needed cat food and supplies.
Several thousand Pima County Voters have received a mailing recently from an organization called the Voter Participation Center informing them that they are not currently registered to vote or that their voter registration is not current. The Pima County Recorder’s Office has been contacted by several hundred angry registered voters questioning this mailing.
More than 3,000 truck-scale records that indicate semi trucks from a Marana trash hauling facility were dangerously and illegally overweight in 2001 have languished for almost two years at the Pima County Attorney's Office without being prosecuted.
Pima Animal Care Center is thrilled to announce that we've been selected to join an elite group of 50 shelters across the country in competing for a total of $600,000 in prize grants.
A Catalina Foothills High School student is being charged with two felonies after he was caught using his cellphone to take video up his teacher’s skirt.
With the special election for Congressional District 8 just days away, early voting may prove to be the decider in the race to finish former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’ term.