Community center “would aid in employer recruitment and retention," group's CEO says.
Santa is spending part of his off-season in the Grand Canyon.
Pima Community College’s newest building has three floors, a legion of laboratory skeletons and a $12.5 million price tag.
Few have their fingers on the pulse of the Oro Valley business community like Dave Perry, Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce president and CEO. His job is to make things happen for the town, helping recruit business and acting as a conduit between executives and the government.
The washing machine died in mid-load. So it is with appliances. They do not go gently into that good night. They do not pass in their sleep, as we all want to do. Instead, they fail fully loaded, holding a last stew of lightly soaped gray water with half-clean clothes. At 10 p.m.
Second-graders in Mrs. Schutz’s class at Meadowbrook Elementary School were doing jumping jacks in the new building’s cafeteria-gymnasium the afternoon of Nov. 22, 1963.
KC Carter became a friend of mine during the last year of his life, when nearly all his battles had been fought, when his health was failing and he knew it, when it was time to downsize, to finish things … and to have a good laugh.
is a freelance writer living in Oro Valley
President Obama was right. Change has come to America.
lives in Oro Valley and is not writing a book about home repairs
Nothing like a frozen water line to get the testosterone flowing
in a marginally competent male homeowner at 6 a.m., when it's 20
degrees in Oro Valley and the bathroom faucet yields … nothing.