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Tucson in 100 Objects — Santos

Tucson in 100 Objects — Santos

We’re defining Tucson in 100 objects. The daily series began April 20. Follow along at: azstarnet.com/100objects

May 26, 2014 12:00 amLoading…
Historic downtown motel to be replaced with affordable housing

Historic downtown motel to be replaced with affordable housing

Downtown Tucson will soon have one less empty building now that a social services agency received the green light to build an affordable housing complex on the site of a dilapidated, though historic, motor lodge.

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Tucson in 100 Objects: City drew TB patients, and sanatoria sprouted

Tucson in 100 Objects: City drew TB patients, and sanatoria sprouted

We’re defining Tucson in 100 objects. The daily series began April 20. Follow along at: azstarnet.com/100objects

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$1M bond issue sought to help withered Agua Caliente Park

$1M bond issue sought to help withered Agua Caliente Park

County officials are proposing a $1 million bond project to help preserve the popular nature spot Agua Caliente Park, where the water level at the drought-stricken main pond has withered so dramatically in recent months that about 60 percent of it is now a waterless mud flat and weed patch.

April 25, 2014 12:00 am Video Photos

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Future of racing at Rillito in question

Future of racing at Rillito in question

Horse racing at Rillito Park Race Track hasn’t even begun and many are already champing at the bit to discuss its future — or lack of a future — at the historic site.

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City loses $2.95 million judgment over historic home damage

A decade-long legal fight over leaky water pipes critics complain are destroying historic adobe structures in the neighborhood just south of the Tucson Convention Center is going to cost the city almost $2.95 million.

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Old main could get $13.5M facelift, house UA president

The University of Arizona is seeking public help to restore a beloved campus landmark that will soon house the new office of the UA’s president.

October 02, 2013 12:00 amLoading…

Pima bond vote should be postponed to 2015

Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry recommends that the county wait until 2015 to ask voters to approve millions in new bond projects. Given the financial circumstances of the voters and the county, it makes sense.

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Museum is a gateway into customs, history of Old Pascua Village

Museum is a gateway into customs, history of Old Pascua Village

For more than 100 years, the history of Old Pascua on Tucson's west side has been preserved orally.

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Officers' club has an iffy future

Officers' club has an iffy future

The Mountain View Black Officers' Club, built in 1942, has fallen into disrepair over the years, and the Army is considering tearing it down. It's the nation's only building constructed specifically as a club for black officers.

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Officers' club has an iffy future

Officers' club has an iffy future

Here's the club in a photo taken the year it was built - 1942. Fort Huachuca is southeast of Tucson in Cochise County.

June 20, 2013 12:00 amLoading…
Officers' club has an iffy future

Officers' club has an iffy future

The fate of a Fort Huachuca building that preservationists say is significant to honoring the contributions of African-American military personnel during World War II is still uncertain despite attempts to preserve it and add it to the National Register of Historic Places.

June 20, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Old Pima County Courthouse heading into retirement

Old Pima County Courthouse heading into retirement

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May 06, 2013 12:00 amLoading…
Old Pima County Courthouse heading into retirement

Old Pima County Courthouse heading into retirement

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Old Pima County Courthouse heading into retirement

Old Pima County Courthouse heading into retirement

When retired Pima County Superior Court Judge Lillian Fisher took the bench in 1975, she held court among the beer kegs and spigots in the the old bar of the fire-damaged Pioneer Hotel.

May 06, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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