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  • By William Ascarza Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Depressed copper prices in the 1920s and ’30s saw the eventual closure of mining operations in the Silver Bell district. The nearby Sasco smel…

It might soon take a little longer to cover the same amount of ground along stretches of Valencia and Silverbell roads.

  • 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.

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  • Submitted Photo LUKE ADAMS

Book Richardson

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

  • Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

Pima County is working to rebuild the intersection of Silverbell and Sunset roads after Sunday’s storm swept away 300 feet of the road.

  • Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

Three Pima County road-repair projects are winding down today.

  • Patrick Finley Arizona Daily Star

I wasn't sure what I was looking for as I approached the Silverbell Golf Course driving range. Rich DelVecchio, who is deaf, didn't look any different than the half-dozen golfers practicing Thursday. I didn't see anyone using sign language.

  • By Patrick Finley, Arizona Daily Star

I wasn’t sure what I was looking for as I approached the Silverbell Golf Course driving range.

The city's police radar van is scheduled to snap photographs of speeders at these locations during the next few days, according to the Tucson …

The city's police radar van is scheduled to snap photographs of speeders at these locations today, according to the Tucson Police Department:

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  • By Andrea Kelly Arizona Daily Star

A former state parks steward is at odds with Pima County over cleaning up trash at an archaeological site on the far northwest side.

The city's police radar van is scheduled to snap photographs of speeders at these locations this week, according to the Tucson Police Department: