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Walkers, runners and bicyclists now can travel a continuous five-mile segment of The Loop recreational trail in Oro Valley — all the way from …

  • PHOTOS BY A.E. ARAIZA / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

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 …

  • A.E. Araiza / Arizona Daily Star

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 an…

  • A.E. Araiza / Arizona Daily Star

Onita Davis, front, receives a donation for a poppy from Lynne Helm at Oro Valley Marketplace. The flowers were being distributed last Saturday.

  • A.E. Araiza / Arizona Daily Star

Onita Davis, president of American Legion Post 132's auxiliary, displays a bundle. The "flowers" were made by disabled and hospitalized vetera…

  • Photos by A.E. Araiza Arizona Daily Star
  • Compiled by Phil Villarreal Arizona Daily Star

Church offers panel discussion on border

  • PHOTOS BY KELLY PRESNELL / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Tiffany Johnston takes in a performance by Ronstadt Generations, at right on stage, in the courtyard of Century Theatres at Oro Valley Marketp…

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Michael J. Ronstadt sings. The group performs original music along with traditional Southwest and Mexican tunes.

  • Kelly Presnell/Arizona Daily Sta

Michael G. Ronstadt performs on the cello. Group members play a variety of instruments.

  • Kelly Presnell/Arizona Daily Sta

Petie Ronstadt is the third member of the Tucson-based trio. The Ronstadt family has deep musical ties in Tucson.

  • Photos by Kelly Presnell Arizona Daily Star

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  • Lourdes Medrano Arizona Daily Star

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.