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The change of the year is always a good time to take stock of the year past, and 2014 was a good year for Pima County.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors on Oct. 7 voted unanimously to move forward with plans for a 15.6-mile interstate linking interstates 10 and 19, connecting Raytheon Missile Systems to the University of Arizona Tech Park in an area being called aerospace parkway.
As threats to national and global security continue to increase, Raytheon Missile Systems president, Taylor Lawrence, said it’s important Southern Arizona’s largest employer continues to have the opportunity to grow.
Americans don’t want someone else telling them how to educate their children.
Raytheon Missile Systems president Taylor Lawrence speaks at the Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities, Inc. (TREO) luncheon at the Hilton El Conquistador on Oct. 9.
Ten years would have been too long to wait for a replacement to the Tomahawk cruise missile if the Department of Defense’s proposed $82 million cut to the missile system hadn’t been reversed by Congress, said Sen. John McCain.
Sen. John McCain speaks at a town hall with Raytheon Missile Systems employees.
Casa de los Niños today on Wednesday their newly elected Board Officers for a 3-year term starting in July 2014.
Math may not sound like fun to everyone, but there is fun to be had when learning mathematics. If you can convince kids of that basic principle, getting them to focus in school and do well on their tests will be the easy part. After all some of today’s most downloaded apps involve math - maybe you’ve heard of the popular app, 2048.
(StatePoint) Math may not sound like fun to everyone, but there is fun to be had when learning mathematics. If you can convince kids of that basic principle, getting them to focus in school and do well on their tests will be the easy part. After all some of today’s most downloaded apps involve math -- maybe you’ve heard of the popular app, 2048.
A 30-year veteran of the United States Army, retired Oro Valley resident Larry Casper has seen his fair share of challenging experiences, but one in particular has burdened him for the last two decades.
The Pima County Workforce Investment Board elected new officers at its monthly meeting on June 13.
Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities (TREO) and surrounding jurisdictions have created a comprehensive blueprint to create 40,000 high-skilled, high-wage jobs in Tucson in the next five years.
U.S. Rep. Ron Barber and the House Armed Services Committee passed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) out of committee last week. Besides working to save the A-10 program, Barber worked to defeat a proposal to save the 1-285th Attack/Reconnaissance Battalion at Silverbell Army Heliport in Marana.
Sherry Bryant looks at objects in life through eyes that see things which don’t register with most people — gradations of light, shadow and form that embody an object itself. As an accomplished award-winning artist, and one especially skilled in watercolors, Bryant is helping others see those variations in life and interpret them onto paper through watercolor painting.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution last week to realign Hughes Access Road this summer to allow for the expansion of Tucson’s largest private employer, Raytheon Missile Systems.
The first of six lectures is "Time Traveling: What Our Brains Share with Beetle Brains" presented by Nicholas J. Strausfeld, PhD, Director, Center for Insect Science and Regents’ Professor of Neuroscience
Richard (Dick) Bryant Johnson, August 18, 1941 - November 19, 2013.
A class of PCC Emergency Medical Technology students will act as patients during a Tucson Medical Center emergency preparedness drill next week.
Karate is more than just kicking and punching, it can be a way of life. Our family has been training together for 11 years, and we have all grown so much. We like to think that karate is the reason we all are so close today. With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we have been thinking about things we are thankful for. Our family is thankful for the common ground that karate has given us. We are thankful for the part we play in all our students' lives in teaching them something that has touched us so much. Martial artists come from all walks of life. We have police officers, nurses, firemen, engineers, military, teachers, and the list could go on! We love that karate can be a hobby, lifestyle, or activity that can bring everyone together.
The Pima Community College Foundation is hosting the Building Community Luncheon, Oct. 30, to introduce Chancellor Lee Lambert.
Pima Community College has named Mark D. Ziska, a former human resources executive at Raytheon, to be Interim Vice Chancellor for Human Resources.