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Search-engine savvy can boost visibility

Why should you care about customers finding your small business online?

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Asarco parent to acquire last Silver Bell stake

Asarco parent to acquire last Silver Bell stake

The Silver Bell mine is west of Marana.

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Tucson Family Dollar store fined for pricing violations

Tucson Family Dollar store fined for pricing violations

Violations include failure to post prices and overcharging, state says. 

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3 things to check out online

3 things to check out online

Elephant baby watch

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William M. Richardson

William M. Richardson

Richardson William

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William M. Richardson

William M. Richardson

William M. Richardson

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Mary Carolyn Collins

Mary Carolyn Collins

Collins Mary

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Mary Carolyn Collins

Mary Carolyn Collins

Mary Carolyn Collins

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LEIDER, Donald "Don'L"

LEIDER, Donald "Don'L", age 93 of Tucson passed away on July 23, 2014. Preceded in death by his wife of 54 years, Peg Leider; son, Peter and brother, Richard. Survived by his sister, Eleanor; daughters, Lenny (Gary) Burnham and Barb (Ken) Hensel; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren…

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Maria Isabel Flores Morales and Marcial H. Morales

Maria Isabel Flores Morales and Marcial H. Morales

Maria Isabel Flores Morales and Marcial H. Morales

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STEPHENSON, Lillian R.

STEPHENSON, Lillian R., age 84, went to be with The Lord July 26, 2014. She is preceded in death by her husband, Arthur Bert Stephenson, Sr. Survived by two sons, Arthur and Paul; daughter-in-law, Roberta; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. A Visitation will be held Tuesday, J…

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Optimist Club will donate $1,000 to Marana track team

Optimist Club will donate $1,000 to Marana track team

Team will use money to buy pole vault poles. 

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Mine Tales: Railroads spurred mining's growth in Arizona

Mine Tales: Railroads spurred mining's growth in Arizona

The tracks of the "iron horse" spread into many parts of Arizona.

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UA football notebook: Rodriguez talks Michigan

UA football notebook: Rodriguez talks Michigan

After avoiding topic since hiring, RichRod fired up about stay in Ann Arbor.

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Breinig helped put Sahuaro football on the map

Breinig helped put Sahuaro football on the map

Howard Breinig turned Sahuaro to a postseason regular.

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HS BSB 4A-I

HS BSB 4A-I

Christian Muscarello, seen here in his days at Catalina Foothills High School, signed with the St. Louis Cardinals last week after an outstanding career at Trinity University.

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More young border crossers going straight to port

More young border crossers going straight to port

Children without legal documents coming through ports of entry in Tucson area up.

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Breinig helped put Sahuaro football on the map

Breinig helped put Sahuaro football on the map

Howard Breinig turned Sahuaro to a postseason regular.

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Temple Emanu-El offering chardonnay Shabbat services

Temple Emanu-El offering chardonnay Shabbat services

Chardonnay Shabbat services happen Fridays at 5 p.m. through Aug. 29. 

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Arizona has new restrictions on buying cough medicine

Arizona has new restrictions on buying cough medicine

Minors must now have a prescription to purchase most OTC remedies.

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Tucson's top football coaches: No. 7 Howard Breinig

Tucson's top football coaches: No. 7 Howard Breinig

Coach Howard Breinig of the 2013 Sabino High School football team on Aug. 13, 2013 in Tucson, Ariz.

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Study: Young adults drive less; state must adapt

Study: Young adults drive less; state must adapt

As a result, cities need to revise transportation plans.

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Court advocate program hosts coffee info sessions

Court advocate program hosts coffee info sessions

Court Appointed Special Advocates help children in the foster care system. 

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Howard Breinig

Howard Breinig

Coach Howard Breinig of the 2013 Sabino High School football team in 2013.

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Recruit: UA basketball 2015 class 'could be No. 1'

Recruit: UA basketball 2015 class 'could be No. 1'

Guard Simon, forward Smith await '5-star guys' at point guard, center.

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Play poker, help Rotary Club provide school backpacks

Play poker, help Rotary Club provide school backpacks

Vail Rotary Club's poker tournament happens Aug. 1. 

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Sunnyside appoints deputy superintendent

Sunnyside appoints deputy superintendent

Jan Vesely, will focus on curriculum and instruction and school improvement.

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Tucson in 100 Objects — sunset

Tucson in 100 Objects — sunset

This is it — last one — we're riding off into another beautiful sunset.

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Find free back-to-school vaccine clinics

Find free back-to-school vaccine clinics

The Pima County Health Department is offering extended hours at some clinics. 

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14 PORTS

14 PORTS

A Border Patrol agent observes the vehicles heading into Mexico at the DeConcini Port of Entry in Nogales. Officials at six Tucson-sector ports of entry have seen a spike in unaccompanied migrants turning themselves in.

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Three things happening on Tucson.com

Three things happening on Tucson.com

Passengers crossing University Boulevard at Tyndall Avenue help christen the streetcars.

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Three things happening on Tucson.com

Three things happening on Tucson.com

Mama elephants have it rough. Their pregnancies last 22 months, longer than any other land animal. When their calf is born, it will nurse for up to three years, suckling more than 3 gallons of milk a day.

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Chicanos Por La Causa awarded family literacy grant

Chicanos Por La Causa awarded family literacy grant

The $480,000 grant will fund a 2-year family literacy program. 

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Serve Our Schools

Serve Our Schools

Principal Michael Bauschka gets in on the action as he uses a power sprayer to clean off the entryway of the school while the volunteers with Serve Our Schools gave their time and energy to painting, landscaping, stuffing letters and doing general cleanup to get things ready at DeGrazia Elem…

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Serve Our Schools

Serve Our Schools

After raking up mesquite beans, twigs and other debris, Sue Newberry uses a plastic bag to gather things up at DeGrazia Elementary School, 5051 W. Overton Rd. 

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Serve Our Schools

Serve Our Schools

Cindy and Pat Quinn work in the office as they stuff envelopes with needed paperwork as volunteers with Serve Our Schools give their time and energy to painting, landscaping, stuffing letters and doing general cleanup to get things ready at DeGrazia Elementary School.

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Serve Our Schools

Serve Our Schools

Andrew Engel, 11, and his father Brad behind him both haul bags of clothing out of the multi-purpose room as volunteers with Serve Our Schools give their time and energy to painting, landscaping, stuffing letters and doing general cleanup to help get things ready at DeGrazia Elementary Schoo…

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Serve Our Schools

Serve Our Schools

Katherine Perkins uses a pitch fork to scoop up mesquite beans, twigs and other debris near the playground. Serve Our School selected five schools in the district that received volunteer services from the group. This was part of their Serve Our Schools service weekend. 

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Serve Our Schools

Serve Our Schools

Eliza Kiefer, 14, her brother Michael, 11 and father, also Michael, far right, cut down a palo verde tree near the playground. Serve Our School selected five schools in the district that received volunteer services from the group. This was part of their Serve Our Schools service weekend. 

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Serve Our Schools

Serve Our Schools

Todd Autenreith applies a second coat of red paint to the upper area of the multi-purpose room as he and fellow volunteers with Serve Our Schools give their time and energy to painting, landscaping, stuffing letters and doing general cleanup to help get things ready at DeGrazia Elementary Sc…

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Serve Our Schools

Serve Our Schools

Not to be left out, teacher aides Samantha Wommack and Jessica Castillo, not shown, make stencils for a "Welcome Back" sign while the volunteers with Serve Our Schools gave their time and energy to painting, landscaping, stuffing letters and doing general cleanup to get things ready at DeGra…

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UA football: 3-star lineman commits to Cats

UA football: 3-star lineman commits to Cats

Cody Creason knew he wanted to commit to a college before his senior year of high school.

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Toddler nearly drowns at south-side home

Toddler nearly drowns at south-side home

An 18-month-old boy was found in an above ground pool Saturday night.

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Ask the Garden Sage: Health is best defense against insects

Ask the Garden Sage: Health is best defense against insects

Peter Warren fields questions about Moringa trees, a tarantula rescue and more.

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Native Seeds promotes plants for an arid climate

Native Seeds promotes plants for an arid climate

Repository for seeds of Southwest heritage crops also sells other seeds for arid climates.

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Bonnie Henry: Go organic while you’re still breathing

Bonnie Henry: Go organic while you’re still breathing

Attempts to spin cigarettes as environmentally friendly go up in smoke.

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My Tucson: Racquet Club barbecues a local tradition

My Tucson: Racquet Club barbecues a local tradition

Tucson Racquet Club Friday Night Barbecues make for a family-friendly evening.

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