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  • By Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

Four city employees lost their jobs when the city ceded management duties to a private company this past weekend.

  • MIKE CHRISTY / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Greg Hansen

  • Greg Hansen Arizona Daily Star

The truth, the whole truth, half-truths, shades of the truth and other items admissible as madness, March division:

  • By Greg Hansen, Arizona Daily Star

Dear Mr. Football: Do UA fans historically show a lot of patience after losing to the Sun Devils?

  • JEFFRY SCOTT / ARIZONA DAILY STAR 2005

Two javelinas walk across Fred Enke Golf Course, which the Tucson City Council last month voted to close and create an undefined "passive park."

  • Chris Evans Special To The Arizona Daily Star

The Tucson City Council's plan to close Fred Enke Golf Course in the name of fiscal responsibility demonstrates a bias and a lack of understan…

  • Greg Hansen Arizona Daily Star

As the shakeup, shakedown and Death Watch of Tucson City Golf continues, this just in:

  • By Greg Hansen, Arizona Daily Star

As the shakeup, shakedown and Death Watch of Tucson City Golf continues, this just in:

The City Council today voted to close Tucson’s Fred Enke Golf Course.

  • Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

If you enjoy walking the links at Fred Enke Golf Course, you might want to schedule your tee time before it's too late.

  • MIKE CHRISTY / ARIZONA DAILY STAR/FILE

Larry Robbins and grandson Zak Freeland, 12, putt on the practice greens at the Fred Enke Golf Course last week. The City Council today voted …

  • GREG BRYAN / ARIZONA DAILY STAR 2007

The semi-arid, limited-turf, 6,800-yard Fred Enke Golf Course is on Irvington Road east of Kolb Road. It features large areas of undisturbed n…

  • MAMTA POPAT / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Tucsonan Jill Camarena-Williams could medal in the shot put, but a back injury has made her chances uncertain.

  • David Sanders/Arizona Daily Star

Frank Scelfo

  • Kelly Presnell/Arizona Daily Sta

Alex Mejia

  • Submitted Photo LUKE ADAMS

Book Richardson

Two of Tucson City Golf's five courses, money-draining Silverbell and Fred Enke, are doomed.