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Tucson was willing to part ways with El Rio Golf Course for about $13 million over 50 years, city records show.
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Grand Canyon University is to announce the location of its new campus today. And it's nowhere near Tucson.
president and CEO of Tucson Metro Chamber
On June 25, the Arizona Daily Star published an opinion from Councilman Steve Kozachik wherein he told the Tucson Metro Chamber to "get on board with city's positive economic direction." In the article Kozachik charged that the chamber should be "more helpful" in promoting a stronger local e…
As the community temperature spiked over the possibility that Grand Canyon University would replace El Rio Golf Course, and some city officials questioned why any contractor would want to take over running city courses, 15 companies were submitting bids to do exactly that.
Cuando estaba creciendo, recuerdo que jugaba a la lucha y al boxeo con mi papá. Él me dejaba que le diera una voltereta como a El Enmascarado de Plata y siempre me dejaba que le diera el puñetazo triunfante.
One has to wonder how it is even possible that a politician representing this ward could be so disconnected with local, west-side history in the first place.
West-siders deserve real economic development and quality jobs.
The city's El Rio Golf Course is no longer being considered as a new home for Grand Canyon University.
La Universidad del Gran Cañón (Grand Canyon University) recientemente expresó su interés en tener un nuevo colegio en Tucsón, posiblemente en el campo de golf El Rio, el cual ha estado operando con pérdidas por años.
Grand Canyon University recently expressed interest in locating a new campus in Tucson, potentially at El Rio Golf Course, which has been operating at a loss for years.