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Each day through Jan. 4, we will publish stories from the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen news archives. This article is condensed from …
Arizona will play in the Fiesta Bowl on Dec. 31 for the first time since 1994.
Gothic folklore met modern dentistry, with the whole world watching.
BEIJING (AP) — After a roller-coaster NBA career, Stephon Marbury has found peace in basketball-crazed China. The two-time all-star is thrivin…
Find your BFF at one of Tucson's shelters and rescue groups.
Star reporter Luis Carrasco shares what she considers the best of her 2014 stories.
Wildcats in the Fiesta Bowl? Ryan and Daniel explain why no one saw it coming.
Daniel and Ryan talk about Anu Solomon's chances at playing well in the Fiesta Bowl.
Hannah and Irene discuss events happening around town this holiday weekend.
Advice for the real world.
Christmas Eve just seems to cry out for cozy cups of hot cocoa.
Want to make Christmas last beyond today?
Centennial Hall show on Saturday comes at the end of the annual Christmas trek.
What values will you invoke? What choices will you make?
Ultimately, effect — not costs spent on overhead — is what matters.
'Glubs' vs. mittens, according to a Tucson first-grader
"Teenage Mutant Nina Turtle" take top spot in box office top 10.
An interactive quiz about comic book characters and superheroes.
Want a portrait of your pet illustrated by Chris Gall? It could happen.
Photos from September's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
Photos from August's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
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A group of 23 youths, ages 12 to 18, spent the week at a National Geographic photo camp in Arivaca, documenting life along the U.S.-Mexico border.
In the end, money proved more important to the Reid Park Zoological Society than open land and a vision of reintroducing imperiled species.
In its heyday, the town of Ruby had a large contingent of kids who could play in the outdoors and on this perilous-looking slide.
Tucson resident Tallia Cahoon leads tours of the ghost town. Here she is standing in front of her family's former adobe home in Ruby.
Editor's note: This is the second in a two-part series on the mining town of Ruby. Click here to read the first part.
This undated image shows the town and mine at Ruby. Ruby's lake originally served as a mill pond; the mill, hoist and mine pad are at right. The Spanish first prospected the area, and the rich Montana vein was discovered in the 1870s.
Mine engineer Walter S. Pfrimmer, with daughter Tallia, in Ruby in 1933 or 1934. Pfrimmer started working at the mine in 1926.
Editor's note: This is the first in a two-part series on the mining town of Ruby.
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