Several stories are offered as exclusives to our print subscribers on Sunday.

Among them:

• Ousted United Way president Ed Parker, who left the agency in a cloud of criticism over mismanagement and cash-flow problems, has a new contract job that pays up to $10,000 a month - one he got without the knowledge of the board of directors of the nonprofit he now works for.

• We let you in on the latest political conspiracy theories and sort out which candidate loves Grover Norquist - and which one isn't sure of his name - in Political Notebook, our regular roundup of red and blue election gossip.

• Find out what UA men's basketball player Derrick Williams developed over the summer, which local tennis player signed to play with Arizona, what Triple-A baseball coming back to Tucson means and more in columnist Greg Hansen's Notebook.

• Greg Hansen weighs in on the UA football team's road win over Washington State and the health of quarterback Nick Foles.

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