North La Cholla Blvd. expanding to 4 lanes
Oro Valley needs rep to sit on bike panel
Oro Valley names new DIS director
MUSD administrator wins counselor award
Angelique Flores, 8, tries on new frames. "In class, I can't see
the board. My new glasses are going to help me see better," she
EyeLeen, an optical lab on wheels, rolled into Tucson last week
to provide free eye exams and eyewear to children from Marana,
Flowing Wells, Amphitheater and Tucson Unified school
Joshua Ferguson, 6, has his eyes checked by Dr. Thomas Ginman
inside the OneSight Vision Van. Local eye doctors, lab techs and
others volunteered to staff the van during its Tucson stop.
Flowing Wells air rifle team wins state
Open house Feb. 23 to talk strategic plan
Jeremy Parry and Grace Hala'ufia give a satisfied glance toward
their teammates after they finish in first and second place,
respectively, in the spelling bee.
The town of Marana has issued a notice of intent to adjust
wastewater rates now that it has taken over operations of a
wastewater treatment plant.
Matthew Glasshoff of Rattlesnake Ridge Elementary fist-bumps
Savanna Kelly after she spelled her word correctly.
Mary Morgan of Roadrunner Elementary School stretches to reach
the mic as the number of contestants dwindled during the Marana
Unified School District's Spelling Bee at Mountain View High
School. The bee was held Jan. 25.
Nathan Edwards of Picture Rocks Intermediate feels the pressure
during the Marana Unified School District's Spelling Bee at
Mountain View High School.
Jeremy Parry of Marana Middle School shows his first-place
trophy to teammates.
"Sustenance" was the winning word at Marana's district-wide
Mike Witt, left, seeks information about starting a business
from permit clerk Nolette Hernandez and permits and records manager
Companies can get help with licensing, permits and development
through a new service offered by the town of Marana.
The town of Marana is in the process of updating the town's
goals and objectives for growth.