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Anu Solomon threw for a school-record 520 yards, none bigger than the 47 he collected on his final pass of the game as he found Austin Hill in the back of the end zone as time expired to cap a 22-point rally and stun California on Saturday night at Arizona Stadium.
Arizona race for governor
Magnanimous in Victory? Hardly.
(NAPSI)—He’s a no-nonsense action star in the Expendables films and plays the hilarious Sgt. Terry Jeffords on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” but behind the scenes, what Terry Crews likes to do most is sing.
Actor Terry Crews is the voice of the slightly sinister (but secretly sweet) Bruce Onion in the newest VeggieTales movie: “Celery Night Fever.” (NAPS)
Another school year has arrived and the community wants it to be enjoyable for students, parents and teachers.
Marana police officers work hard to get in better shape
Pima Community College Center for the Arts announces its 2014-2015 Season: ENCORE! The new season follows on the back of last season’s record attendance with the goal of delivering an eclectic and interesting selection of Pima’s theatre, music and dance performances; gallery exhibits of contemporary works by national and regional visual artists; and special events worthy of ovation. The Center for the Arts complex, situated on PCC’s West Campus, consists of the Proscenium Theatre, the Black Box Theatre, the Recital Hall and the Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery.
As local districts prepare for the new school year, many are also making plans to have school resource officers on site thanks to $12 million in state funding approved by the School Safety Program Oversight Committee.
Marana Chief of Police Terry Rozema has instituted a new wellness program for the Marana Police Department. This program is unique, because traditionally very few police agencies across the country have an established fitness or wellness program.
(Family Features) Many homeowners install granite or marble countertops and vanities for their durability and to add more value to the home. But in the end, nothing beats the most visible benefit — that rich shine and luster right after the workmen install the new natural stone.
Oro Valley resident Abe Grijalva was named the new softball coach at Flowing Wells last week. Grijalva, the longtime softball coach for Douglas High School, semi-retired to Oro Valley after 30 years at Douglas, 17 coaching softball.
(Family Features) The way someone saves and spends money can tell you a lot about them, and it can also impact how one chooses a future partner.
(NAPSI)—Fairgoers looking to “beef up” their understanding of the economics of agriculture, including the risks and costs of bringing commodities to the marketplace, will get their chance at 120 state and county fairs this summer. National 4-H Council and CME Group are again bringing their Commodity Carnival, an educational fair experience, to 11 states in year two of their partnership.
In a special worksession on June 24, the Marana Town Council discussed building a new police station, the Heritage Park Arena and a new water/sewer system.
A four-day wrestling camp would be tough enough, but set it outdoors and make the participants camp out can make things extra difficult. If that’s not enough, add a whitewater rafting trip and a two-day van ride from Arizona to Colorado.
Whether it’s for driving around on a golf course or for getting to the recreation center in a timely and inexpensive manner, Golf Cars of Arizona, provides a wide variety of vehicles to the Tucson area.
The Neil Diamond Tribute is bringing their high-octane performance to the Diamond Center on Saturday, Aug. 30. Reserved tickets start at $15 and go on sale to the general public May 31 at 10 a.m. Arizona time through Star Tickets. Tickets are also available at the casino Rewards Center, which offers a 10-percent discount to Diamond Rewards members. Active, retired or veterans of the military who have the casino Tribute Card also receive 50 percent off a pair of tickets, offer only available at the Rewards Center. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m.
The ballot set to run in the August Primary Election took shape in Arizona on May 28, as candidates worked to submit the required signatures to officially run.
Casino Del Sol presents singer, comedian, ventriloquist and celebrity impressionist Terry Fator at Anselmo Valencia Tori Amphitheater.
May 15 is the deadline for writers to submit manuscripts for review as part of the 26th annual Pima Writers’ Workshop, May 29-June 1.
Saturday, May 24, begins the Memorial Day weekend and marks the opening of the swim season at Pima County pools. Pools will be open every day except Friday through Labor Day, September 1. When school starts in August pool hours shift to weekends only. Pools and splash pads operated by Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation are: Ajo Pool (E.S. “Bud” Walker Park), Brandi Fenton Splash Pad, Catalina Pool, Flowing Wells Jr. High School Pool, Kino Pool (Mulcahy YMCA), Los Niños Pool, Manzanita Pool, Northwest YMCA - Thad Terry Pool, Picture Rocks Pool and Splash Pad, and Wade McLean Pool (Marana High School)
Every day law enforcement officers put their lives at risk in order to protect others. They commit to being upstanding role models of integrity, respect and honor. From May 10 through May 13, two Marana police officers will take part in honoring those who have fallen in the line of duty by taking part in the Police Unity Tour.