Letters on Doug Ducey and taxes, bad roads, 14th Amendment, Keystone votes.
Opinions on war movies and continuing war actions, concert at TCC.
Tax break can be substantial but usage must be well-documented
Newly elected Republican Gov. Doug Ducey took office Monday.
A half-cent sales-tax increase will help pay for renovations.
Appraisal shows town would get a below-market price on country club.
Though fewer people are playing golf, OV's plan projects a 28 percent increase.
Reader responses to Oro Valley golf, Bill Walton, Pearl Harbor, Resolution Copper.
Business rate goes to 57.5 cents per mile; medical or moving mileage allowance will drop slightly.
Community center “would aid in employer recruitment and retention," group's CEO says.
The logic is seductively simple: Cut taxes, cut spending and Arizona’s unshackled economy will take off.
Hilton El Conquistador buyer would sell country club and courses to town.
Half-cent boost will fund part of $18 million project.
State and municipal governments have resorted to nickel-and-diming their constituents.
Kirkpatrick, Tobin support balanced-budget amendment, won't commit to never raising taxes.
A citizens group considers more than 138 projects to possibly push forward.
No one spoke at the public hearing.
Talks about "Green boys" flyer to be reprised Thursday
Republicans compete in primary for the district north of Tucson.
Judge's ruling raises possibility bill could reach whopping $2.9 billion.