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  Historic Arizona dude ranch to be revived  
  New owners plan to blend authentic, modern experiences.   
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  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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