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Dr. Emil Tompkins, with Tompkins Family Chiropractic, makes an adjustment on a client.
Emil and Jennifer Tompkins of Tompkins Family Chiropractic.
Emil and Jennifer Tompkins of Tompkins Family Chiropractic collected numerous toys from their patients and other people in the community to be donated to kids in need. The couple also collects school supplies for kids going back to school and food for families around Thanksgiving.
The Marana Chamber of Commerce announced the winners for the 2011 Community & Business Builder of the Year award recently. Some of the winners are pictured above, including Chili’s Grill & Bar representative Adam Dingman, at left, Emil Tompkins of Tompkins Family Chiropractic, Project PPEP’s Barbara Simcoe and Twin Peaks Veterinary Center Dr. Beth Neuman.
Later this month, Tompkins Family Chiropractic and Jabez Hair and Nail Salon will be hosting the annual Stuff The Bus event to collect school supplies for Marana Unified School District students.
On Feb. 16, the Marana Chamber of Commerce presented the 2011 Community & Business Builder of the Year Awards.
A merchant fair is being conducted with the annual Sunflower at Continental Ranch Arts and Crafts Fair on Saturday, Nov. 14.
Nominees have been finalized for the Marana Chamber of Commerce’s Community and Business Builder of the Year awards.
In March 1977, two children died in a residential structure fire in the Picture Rocks community.
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This week’s edition of The Explorer has the special section, “The Best of the Northwest,” which highlights some of Marana, Oro Valley and Tucson’s finest businesses on the Northwest side.
Sure, women love purses. Giant hobo bags, sassy satchels, classic clutches – they have the power to perk up any outfit.
Four Marana businesses and Pima Community College’s Northwest Campus have been recognized for excellence in service by the Marana Chamber of Commerce.
Four businesses and the Marana Health Center were recognized for excellence last Wednesday by the Marana Chamber of Commerce.
Why do people live in Northwest Tucson?
OV has post on its board of adjustment
Program offers trees for $8
The Best of the Northwest received nearly 400 votes