Reader statements on TUSD middle school plan, misleading drug ads, military heroes.
Letters on Doug Ducey and taxes, bad roads, 14th Amendment, Keystone votes.
High school would serve grades seven through 12 under TUSD proposal.
Rejection of new internal auditor position doesn't generate confidence.
Annual basketball tournament affords opportunities for TUSD administrator, others to give back.
Appeals court looks into intent of state law that disallows classes.
Adelita Grijalva and Kristel Foster are reelected president and clerk of the Tucson Unified School District board.
AZ Schools Supt. Douglas should drop TUSD ethnic studies fight.
Reader statements on John Huppenthal, funding for road repairs, Boise State's win.
They include "locks, lights, out of sight" run-throughs twice a year.
First real pay raise in years will mean additional $500 per year.
District considering $500 across-the-board raises for most employees.
Literacy connects seeks volunteers to work with children, adults.
Board must demand detailed information about what administrator is doing, saying.
Student achievement, new program are what matter most, not settling old scores.
McSally holds 509-vote lead after tally's third full day.
Grijalva retains board seat, Hicks and Darland race for second seat.
The principal appointed will be coming to Tucson from Oregon.
Forecast of a possible $15 million deficit suddenly not so dire.
Discussion will include overview of the project, benefits, and school design plans.