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Kenneth "KC" Carter is running for a two-year seat on the Oro Valley Town Council because he believes he has what it takes to represent his fellow citizens.
The Town of Oro Valley has stepped up efforts to fight graffiti in the community, bringing in resources that include property management companies, businesses and students from the community's two public high schools.
J.D. Fitzgerald/Special to the Explorer, Canyon Del Oro National Honor Society volunteer Janet Acree paints over graffiti found underneath a bridge in Rancho Vistoso near Del Webb Road on Saturday morning.
J.D. Fitzgerald/Special to the Explorer, CDO juniors Kathrine Peters and Kayla Henry cover up graffiti found underneath a bridge in Rancho Vistoso on Saturday morning.
Marana Town Manager Gilbert Davidson used a cell phone on a table to illustrate his intent for expanded participation from the community's employees, elected officials and citizens.
Facing the prospect of much-reduced revenues, Marana Unified School District Superintendent Doug Wilson told patrons at a Monday forum “there isn’t anything we aren’t considering cutting.”
Sen. John McCain said Thursday he’ll hold up the nomination of Army Gen. Martin Dempsey for his second term as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff until Dempsey answers McCain’s questions about U.S. military intervention in Syria.
Ground is being broken Wednesday morning on the controversial reconstruction of La Cañada Boulevard from Ina Road to Calle Concordia.
If he’s elected to the Arizona Senate, Republican Al Melvin “will represent everyone, every man, woman and child” in District 26, “regardless of political affiliation.”
October 25, 2006 - Pete Hershberger, in his fourth bid for one of two Legislative District 26 House seats, seems to have the formula down pat.
October 5, 2005 - Three months into his new job as superintendent of Marana schools, Denny Dearden is already calling the shots to try turning a good school district into a great school district.
Oct. 13, 2004 - After speaking out repeatedly over a development proposal in the area of North Oracle Road and El Conquistador Way, neighbors got what they wanted from the Oro Valley Town Council - an outright denial of the plans.
(BPT) - Your wedding might have been 50 years ago, 20 years ago, or even just last year. Each year on your anniversary, you and your spouse might give each other cards and a special gift. But this year, why not consider renewing your vows?
In a statement to reporters today, President Barack Obama asked for more time to review what is going on, declaring that any proven misconduct will face punishment.
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.
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.
They said “I do” at their wedding. They repeated the promise on their 25th wedding anniversary. Their 35th and 60th anniversaries brought the same vow. And on Saturday, June 21 — after 66 years of marriage — Art and Virginia Engberg gave their lives to each other yet again, this time with eight other couples doing the same.