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Structure and stability are essential for a successful football program. However, with its third new head coach in three years, Mountain View High School is struggling.
The world’s most dangerous energy source may be heading into the nuclear waste dump of history sometime in the next half century. It can’t happen soon enough for me.
Are you looking for a fun, creative way to keep your fingers busy without the addition of either nicotine or pesky, unwanted calories? Try knitting.
Tucson merchants have come together to revitalize the Fort Lowell Furniture District, an alliance of retailers, decorators, designers and consultants located on Fort Lowell between Dodge and Country Club in the city.
Stricter state enforcement of groundwater allotments magnifies the need for greater conservation, and “continues to underscore” Oro Valley’s pursuit of access to its Central Arizona Project allotment, Town Manager David Andrews and water utility director Philip Saletta agree.
The Drug Enforcement Administration on Thursday renewed the Arizona Department of Corrections’ registration to import pentobarbital, the drug of choice for executions in states that allow lethal injection.
(NAPSI)—Most people have some kind of insurance to provide financial protection for their car, their home or their health. And this insurance covers the things we hope never happen, such as a tree falling through the window after a particularly windy storm. But did you know that in the U.S. we also have insurance for acts of terrorism?
Insurance companies say they need government support to combat the cost of terrorism. (NAPS)
A Northwest plumbing contractor is renewing its offer of help to people who’ve lost jobs, who have threatening plumbing problems and who can’t afford a plumber.
An acrimonious series of votes that divided the Oro Valley Town Council, the community and prompted threats of a referendum and lawsuits, preceded the adoption of a utility sales tax in 2006.
(BPT) - Now that the United States has emerged from one of the worst winters in the past century, homeowners are starting to take notice of damage caused to their driveways, patios, sidewalks, and other concrete surfaces. This past winter featured an average temperature of 31.3 degrees Fahrenheit and the 10th largest snow cover since 1966, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Climatic Data Center. Concrete is like a rigid sponge that snow and other precipitation penetrate, freeze, expand and eventually thaw; those repeated freezing and thawing cycles cause unsightly cracking, flaking, and spalling.
Phantom Fireworks has renewed its licensing partnership with recent Guinness World Record-Setting Fireworks by Grucci for the 2014 summer season, company President & CEO Bruce J. Zoldan announced today.
The world of the spy and secret agents has intrigued audiences across all media. Dashing men in well-fitted suits fire golden bullets, get the girl, and hopefully save the day. Where there is success, there is often parody in the world of entertainment. We are lucky enough to have a brilliant spy-parody, a rarity in television, with a unique twist.
The University of Arizona has been selected again as a partner institution of the Pat Tillman Foundation, enabling the UA to continue to soliciting and submitting candidates for the Tillman Military Scholarship.
Special to The Explorer
In addition to the three town council seats and mayor's job up for grabs in the March 9, 2010 election, Oro Valley voters are being asked to renew a home-rule measure.
Drowning deaths – including the loss of two children in their grandparents' Catalina Foothills swimming pool last week – and near-drownings are prompting law enforcement, fire protection agencies and others to renew their pleas for pool safety.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Life guard Nick Patzke, 18, keeps an eye on children playing in the kids’ pool at James D. Kriegh Park last week.
The more the government encourages people to use renewable fuels, the better off America may be economically, ecologically and politically. (NAPS)
The public has been invited to the world famous “Love in the Hills” wedding vow renewal ceremony that will be held on Friday, Feb. 14, at Fountain Park in Arizona.
Laura Marble/The Explorer, Arthur and Virginia Engberg celebrate 66 years of marriage in a joint vow renewal ceremony held Saturday, June 21, at Atria Campana del Rio.
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Laura Marble/The Explorer, Gary Nabhan has devoted his career to protecting America's food diversity by founding groups such as the national Renewing America's Food Traditions collaborative, doing field research and writing books.