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Historic Arizona dude ranch to be revived
New owners plan to blend authentic, modern experiences.
UA economists see accelerating Tucson economy
Job growth in Tucson expected to rise to an annual 2 percent.
Fry's opens first new grocery store in Tucson in 10 years
The southwest side store has Starbucks, sushi, and a gas station.
Gas prices flatten amid oil-price spike
The long slide in gas prices leveled off this week after oil rose in response to moves to curtail production, according to AAA.
UA economists: Tucson economy, job growth to accelerate
Job growth in metro Tucson is expected to rise to an annual 2 percent over the next two years, economists at the University of Arizona say.
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