The Terrenate Presidio is in the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area, as is the San Pedro House, where the Friends of the San Pedro River runs a bookstore/gift shop. Photo taken Sept. 16, 2004.
You might find a gift for those on your Christmas list — or yourself — at the San Xavier Mission gift shop
If you're looking for new pots, Tubac's many shops is where to look.
There will be fine art as well as whimsical at the Tubac festival.
Chris Bubany's handpainted plates and tableware have a distinctive style and bright, bold colors. She headlines an artisan show Saturday and Sunday at Harlow Gardens.
Dolores A. Flores, a traditional healer who died in 2006, used the root of ibervillea sonorae to treat high blood sugar levels.
Cienega coach Nemer Hassey was the Arizona Daily Star's 2004 Southern Arizona Coach of the year. Despite losing a handful of key seniors from 2003’s 8-3 state playoff team, Hassey’s Bobcats improved in 2004.
The dry Santa Cruz River once supported perennial springs and watered marshes and forests.
Odiemae Elliott donated a quilt every year to raise funds for the Juneteenth scholarship committee.
A large clay olla painted by Laurette Lovell contains scenes of Arizona Indians, Casa Grande and Mission San Xavier del Bac.
Soldiers posted at Fort Lowell made the adobe blocks with the help of Mexican and Indian laborers.
Tilapia is a popular fish to raise in aquaponic systems.
Northwest Medical Center has become a key part of Oro Valley since it was built in 2004.
A Sedar plate with some of the foods symbolically linked with the Exodus.
Jim Tiggas displaying an Arizona Heat jersey from 2004. He was part owner and general manager of the National Pro Fastpitch team.
Arizona's Andre Iguodala stuffs California's Leon Powe in a game at Cal on Feb. 5, 2004 at Haas Pavilion.
Without visiting the UA campus first, former swimmer Ryk Neethling came all the way from South Africa to be a Wildcat. Former UA coach “Frank Busch is the best long-distance coach in the world,” Neethling said at the time.
Allen Dart holds artifacts including shell jewelry, projectile points and pottery shard Monday, April 19th, 2004.
Left to right: Brent Strom and pupil Nathan Wood
Baking a fruit pie in the bottom third of the oven helps crisp up the bottom without overbrowning.
In 2004, Lute Olson turned 70 and led the Wildcats to 20 wins and a No. 3 ranking in the AP poll.
See a penny, pick it up and all the day you'll have good luck. Unless that penny is lying tails up. Then it's bad luck to grab it.
The Tucson Cowboys were created in 1937 and had a long run in the Old Pueblo, missing World War II and 1951.
Lisa Frank's vibrantly colored school supplies, such as this folder, once populated school desks nationwide.
Fasten your seat belts. It's going to be a bumpy ride among Sedona's red rocks. You can relax with a glass of wine afterward.
Sedona has knock-your-socks-off natural beauty, thriving artists' studios and galleries, and plenty of New Agers. It's also a popular spot for foodies and wine lovers.
Leroy Day and his wife, Jeanne Mayer, both firefighters with the Mount Lemmon Fire Department, rebuild their home in 2004 after the Aspen Fire. In the background is their neighbor's home. Many homes along North Ajo in Summerhaven were destroyed by the Aspen Fire.
Navy P-3 (A and C models) sit in storage at the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center, commonly called the "boneyard," at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.
The subsidized railway carried a record 31.2 million people last year, the Brookings Institution says.
Agriculture is a $9 billion industry in Arizona, but it is vulnerable to the increased heat and drought likely to accompany climate change, says a federally commissioned report.
Christina Jarvis and her early-music ensemble, Musica Sonora, will present a concert on the life, writings and music of Hildegard von Bingen, a 12th-century nun canonized in May.
North has been a popular place since its opening in 2003. Here, patrons relax on couches in front of the bar, a lively spot on weekend nights.
Connie, pictured here with a 2-year-old Shaba, became a mother figure to the African elephant.
Workers at the "boneyard" maintain or retire old aircraft at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.
Conductor Enrique Lasansky says tackling "Solomon" gave him a new appreciation for Handel, author of "Messiah." He'll lead the Wieck Chamber Singers and Orchestra this weekend.
This 2004 file photo shows the tower at Tucson International Airport, which this week reported an uptick in passenger volume.
At $15.9 million, a price tag twice as high as the
second-most-expensive home on the Tucson Association of Realtors
Multiple Listing Service, Campbell Cliffs is ripe for comparison
with posh properties around the country.
The Pioneer Hotel, on the corner of Stone and Pennington.
Environmentalists are blasting a federal government decision not to list the Mexican gray wolf as a separate subspecies under the Endangered Species Act.
California condors frequently can be spotted soaring above the
South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Sunlight slices through the red leaves of big-toothed maples in
Catch a ride on the hay wagon at Apple Annie's Produce and
Pumpkins in Willcox and mosey out to the patch where scores of
pumpkins of all shapes and sizes can be plucked from the vine.
Ron White will be here Sept. 30.
Now the owner of a major-league baseball team, Arte Moreno once worked for his family's publishing business in Tucson.