- Your Voice
The cravings for sushi, cold beer, delicious cocktails and a friendly atmosphere were all quenched at Mr. An’s, 6091 N.Oracle Road last week.
James Coyle and the rest of his fellow seventh-grade classmates at Coronado K-8 School had to make a business plan for class.
With two zoning code changes to two separate locations, the undeveloped properties on the east side of First Avenue in Oro Valley are soon going to be built upon.
“It was so easy to get these signatures,” “disrespect of the voices of the residents” and “lost confidence and trust” were just a few of the things said in Oro Valley last Wednesday.
James Coyle, 12, is a seventh-grader at Coronado K-8 School who has started his own business by designed and making custom socks called Lucky Socks.
Principal practitioner Lisa Orwick, DC, left, and managing practitioner Anna Burchard own and operate Natural Life Holistic Oasis at 7235 N. Paseo del Norte
Special jigs are used to keep the blank socks in place throughout the printing process.
Once printed, James Coyle, 12, packages, seals and ships his socks.
Managing practitioner Anna Burchard left, and Principal practitioner Lisa Orwick, DC, own and operate Natural Life Holistic Oasis at 7235 N. Paseo del Norte
From the comfort of the family's dinning table, James Coyle designs and prints out the design that will later be heat-pressed onto a pair of socks.
James Coyle, 12, has made about 25 designs for his unique sock company, Lucky Socks, which are sold at www.LuckySocksUSA.com.
The family garage has been outfitted with a table, sock drawers, and a heat press as James Colye makes and sells his custom socks from his family home in Oro Valley.
Gov. Doug Ducey spoke to an audience of 780 in Oro Valley last week. Ducey delivered the State of the State address on Jan. 13 and released the proposed budget on Jan. 16.
Tucson’s State of the State event, with guest speaker Gov. Doug Ducey, was hosted by the Tucson Metro Chamber of Commerce..
Oro Valley and Marana officials along with state and others attended the event.
Gov. Doug Ducey met with reporters following his State of the State speech.
Progress is well underway as development of the Children’s Museum Tucson satellite location in Oro Valley begins.
The problem was spelled out for the automotive students at Mountain View High School: Find the volumetric efficiency of a 10-cylinder Dodge Viper with a bore of 4 inches and a stroke of 3.88 inches when it is idling at 920 RPM with the throttle open 13 percent and an air flow of 8.85 g/s.
After a verbal kerfuffle between Mayor Satish Hiremath and Councilman Brendan Burns during the Jan. 7 council meeting, Hiremath called for a three-minute recess “until councilman Burns can actually control himself.”
Mountain View High School math teacher David Class, left, is one of the two teachers who teaches the dual-credit automotive class at the high school.
Mountain View High School junior Garrett Forsyth solves a real world math problem in the automotive technologies class as David Damiani talks to the student. Damiani is one of the two teacher who co-teach the class.
Mountain View High School math teacher David Class is one of the two teachers who teaches the dual-credit automotive class at the high school.
Mountain View High School junior Garrett Forsyth solves a real world math problem in the automotive technologies class.
Sponsors invested up to $70,000 each to have artwork and landscaping placed near Tucson International Airport to improve first impressions.