Walkers, runners and bicyclists now can travel a continuous five-mile segment of The Loop recreational trail in Oro Valley — all the way from La Cañada Drive to Tangerine Road.
John Mickelson, a member of American Legion Post 132, receives a donation for a red poppy from Donovan Blevins, 6, and his mother, Susie. The post marked "Poppy Days" this weekend in front of the Walmart at Oro Valley Marketplace, 2150 E Tangerine Road. The poppies were sold as part of a fun…
John Corrado of Legion Post 132 sports a poppy in his cap. The Legion tradition started as an observance for soldiers killed in World War I and originated with the poem "In Flanders Fields."
Onita Davis, front, receives a donation for a poppy from Lynne Helm at Oro Valley Marketplace. The flowers were being distributed last Saturday.
Onita Davis, president of American Legion Post 132's auxiliary, displays a bundle. The "flowers" were made by disabled and hospitalized veterans in Arizona.
Church offers panel discussion on border
Tiffany Johnston takes in a performance by Ronstadt Generations, at right on stage, in the courtyard of Century Theatres at Oro Valley Marketplace, 12155 N. Oracle Road. Last Thursday's show was part of the Oro Valley Concert Series presented by the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Allia…
Michael J. Ronstadt sings. The group performs original music along with traditional Southwest and Mexican tunes.
Michael G. Ronstadt performs on the cello. Group members play a variety of instruments.
Petie Ronstadt is the third member of the Tucson-based trio. The Ronstadt family has deep musical ties in Tucson.
Although an Arizona Supreme Court ruling issued Monday should not affect existing sales-tax revenue-sharing agreements, it will change how Oro Valley treats new subsidy pacts, the town attorney said.