Food Bank programs offer long-term solutions for healthy eating in community.
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Former Arizona men's basketball coach Lute Olson is featured along with the current coach, Sean Miller, in an-award-winning Hughes Federal Credit Union commercial, "The Switch."
Hughes ad featuring Miller, Olson wins prize
The snowmen saved their relationship.
Neal Grissom, left, and Gary Cassett rig Grissom's custom-welded decorations in his yard at 3238 N. Treat Circle. He started preparing in March for tonight's opening of the Festival of Lights in Winterhaven.
For at least one Winterhaven couple, the preparations for the midtown neighborhood's annual Festival of Lights, which starts today, begin many months in advance.
It will be at least a year before a bridge built to carry the modern streetcar across the Santa Cruz River actually feels the rumble of steel wheels.
You can pay off your fines for overdue library books with donations to the Community Food Bank this week.
Not all students have enough food to eat on weekends, and two
Marana Unified School District schools are working to alleviate the
problem for dozens of their students.
Matthew Fouts, left, a Marana Food Bank driver, is handed boxes of food by Frank Cuen, child-nutrition program warehouse coordinator for the Community Food Bank.
The battle may have ended Saturday, but the war against hunger
continues and the Community Food Bank is at the front.
The Battle of the Bands gave local fans of 1960s rock a chance to show off their dance moves while helping the food bank.
The Sixties Garage Band was among the local acts that performed Saturday at the Battle of the Bands, a benefit held at the Tucson Woman's Club to collect food and money for the Community Food Bank.
Cash and food donations were collected at The Battle of the Bands.
Guitarist Steve Johnson, left, and bassist Wild Bill of local band Still Cruisin'.