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As a longtime volunteer at Pima Animal Care Center (PACC), I offer information that addresses some of the distortions that have been printed in recent letters. I volunteer weekly for 10-12 hours to walk dogs and serve as an adoption counselor.
Arizona cannot demand proof of citizenship from individuals who use a federal voter registration form, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled this morning.
The voters have spoken, and they want medical marijuana.
Wallet lost, then found; his thanks eternal
A correlation between poverty, incarceration rate can be drawn
Tucson chamber identifies its endorsements
About two-thirds of Amphitheater School District students in voluntary, tuition-based full-day kindergarten schools are being signed up for the longer day, according to Amphi associate superintendent Patrick Nelson.
Republican Gov. Jan Brewer did not go unchallenged at a luncheon with legislators and business people Thursday at the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador in Oro Valley.
By a margin of nearly 2-1, Arizona voters have passed Proposition 100, the three-year, 1 percent sales tax increase expected to generate up to $1 billion a year to help fund primary and secondary education, health and human services and public safety.
Save our state's future: vote yes on Prop 100 in the May 18 special election.
Red Cross is dedicating a new building
Clear-thinking seniors will rise against 'reform'
Superintendent Dr. Vicki Balentine has proposed budget cuts for Amphitheater School District, to include reduced staffing, more students in each classroom and the elimination of selected, free all-day kindergarten.
State budget cuts and local revenue challenges could mean extensive reductions to a local transit service.
Do you know who managed the successful campaign against Tucson's Proposition 200, the initiative that would have mandated hiring more police officers and firefighters without a revenue source to pay for it?
Letters to the editor published in the November 11, 2009, edition of The Explorer.
In last week's election, Tucson voters resoundingly defeated a measure to increase the number of police officers and improve the response times of fire and emergency services.
Tucson voters resoundingly defeated a measure to increase the number of police officers and improve response times of fire and emergency services.
If you're reading this editorial on a printed page … thank you, first of all.
Most of you reading this don't vote in the Tucson city elections, but Proposition 200, known as the Public Safety Initiative, is toxic enough that if it passes, its negative effects would spread to all of us living in the area.
On Nov. 3, voters in Tucson will decide the fate of Proposition 200 - the "Public Safety First" initiative.
Sunflower Farmers Market opened its Marana Marketplace doors early last Wednesday morning.
Pima prosecutor recognized for victims aid
Reporter Patrick McNamara spent a night with the Tucson Police Department. Excerpts of what he saw are interspersed throughout this story. – Ed.
For two years, development plans have put a resort and hotel area next to upscale residences at Dove Mountain. Now a resort may end up near Saguaro Ranch, another neighborhood on Marana’s tony northeast side, instead.