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DREAMERS PRESOS

DREAMERS PRESOS

Foto de archivo, 22 de julio de 2013, de dreamers vestidos con toga y birrete de graduado universitario para demostrar su deseo de estudiar en Estados Unidos, marchan tomados del brazo al puerto de entrada en la frontera México-EEUU, para solicitar ingreso por razones humanitarias en Nogales…

August 07, 2014 11:57 am
Bryant

Bryant

Professional artist volunteer from the Drawing Studio, Sherry Bryant  shows Doris Trinko a participant of the Outreach Art Tutoring for Seniors program a drawing technique at the Wheeler Taft Abbett Library  in 2010.

May 13, 2014 12:21 pm
DREAMERS PRESOS

DREAMERS PRESOS

ARCHIVO - Foto de archivo, 22 de julio de 2013, de dreamers vestidos con toga y birrete de graduado universitario para demostrar su deseo de estudiar en Estados Unidos, marchan tomados del brazo al puerto de entrada en la frontera México-EEUU, para solicitar ingreso por razones humanitarias …

December 30, 2013 6:21 pm
DREAMERS PRESOS

DREAMERS PRESOS

(AP Foto/Samantha Sais, File)Desobediencia... Foto de archivo, 22 de julio de 2013, de dreamers vestidos con toga y birrete de graduado universitario para demostrar su deseo de estudiar en Estados Unidos, marchan tomados del brazo al puerto de entrada en la frontera México-EEUU, para solicit…

December 28, 2013 2:19 pm
DREAMERS PRESOS

DREAMERS PRESOS

Foto de archivo, 22 de julio de 2013, de dreamers vestidos con toga y birrete de graduado universitario para demostrar su deseo de estudiar en Estados Unidos, marchan tomados del brazo al puerto de entrada en la frontera México-EEUU, para solicitar ingreso por razones humanitarias en Nogales…

September 23, 2013 3:31 pm
DREAMERS PRESOS

DREAMERS PRESOS

Foto de archivo, 22 de julio de 2013, de dreamers vestidos con toga y birrete de graduado universitario para demostrar su deseo de estudiar en Estados Unidos, marchan tomados del brazo al puerto de entrada en la frontera México-EEUU, para solicitar ingreso por razones humanitarias en Nogales…

August 15, 2013 4:45 pm
Hacen historia: Dejan libres a los 9 dreamers detenidos en Az

Hacen historia: Dejan libres a los 9 dreamers detenidos en Az

María Peniche (izq.) y Adriana Paola Gil Díaz, fotografiadas el pasado 5 de agosto en el Centro de Detención de Eloy, Arizona.

August 07, 2013 12:00 amLoading…
‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

"Dreamers" wearing their school graduation gowns to show their desire to finish school in the U.S., carry documents as they march arm in arm to the U.S. port of entry where they planned to request humanitarian parole, in Nogales, Mexico, Monday, July 22, 2013. Border officials detained the g…

July 22, 2013 8:38 pm
‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

"Dreamers" wearing school graduation caps covered by stickers that reads "Home" stand in line for the U.S. port of entry where they planned to request humanitarian parole, in Nogales, Mexico, Monday, July 22, 2013. U.S. border officials later detained the group who asked to be allowed to re-…

July 22, 2013 8:39 pm
‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

Eight "Dreamers" wearing their school graduation caps and gowns to show their desire to finish school in the U.S., march with linked arms to the U.S. port of entry where they planned to request humanitarian parole, in Nogales, Mexico, Monday, July 22, 2013. U.S. border officials later detain…

July 22, 2013 8:39 pm
‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

"Dreamers" wearing school graduation caps and gowns gather outside a restaurant where they prepared legal documents before walking to the U.S. port of entry to request humanitarian parole, in Nogales, Mexico, Monday, July 22, 2013. U.S. border officials later detained the group who asked to …

July 22, 2013 8:38 pm
‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

"Dreamers" wearing school graduation caps covered by stickers that reads "Home" stand in line for the U.S. port of entry where they planned to request humanitarian parole, in Nogales, Mexico, Monday, July 22, 2013. U.S. border officials later detained the group who asked to be allowed to re-…

July 22, 2013 8:38 pm
‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

A "Dreamer" wearing a school graduation cap and gown to show his desire to finish school in the U.S., waits to be signaled through at the U.S. port of entry where he planned to request humanitarian parole, along with other "dreamers," in Nogales, Mexico, Monday, July 22, 2013. U.S. border of…

July 22, 2013 8:38 pm
‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

Immigration activists demonstrate on the U.S. side of the border fence as they wait for "dreamers" to arrive to the U.S. port of entry where they planned to request humanitarian parole, seen from Nogales, Mexico, Monday, July 22, 2013. Customs and Border Protection officials on Monday detain…

July 22, 2013 8:38 pm
‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

"Dreamers" wearing their school graduation caps and gowns to show their desire to finish school in the U.S., walk to the U.S. port of entry where they planned to request humanitarian parole, in Nogales, Mexico, Monday, July 22, 2013. U.S. border officials later detained the group who asked t…

July 22, 2013 8:39 pm
‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

"Dreamers" pray in a restaurant where they prepared legal documents before walking to the U.S. port of entry to request humanitarian parole, in Nogales, Mexico, Monday, July 22, 2013. U.S. border officials later detained the group who asked to be allowed to re-enter the United States from Me…

July 22, 2013 8:37 pm
‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

Maria Peniche, 22, prepares documents at a restaurant where she met up with fellow "dreamers" with whom she planned to walk to the U.S. port of entry to request humanitarian parole, in Nogales, Mexico, Monday, July 22, 2013. U.S. border officials later detained the group who asked to be allo…

July 22, 2013 8:37 pm
‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

‘Dreamers’ cross Nogales border

Ceferino Santiago, 21, prepares documents at a restaurant where he met up with fellow "dreamers" with whom he planned to walk to the U.S. port of entry to request humanitarian parole, in Nogales, Mexico, Monday, July 22, 2013. U.S. border officials later detained the group who asked to be al…

July 22, 2013 8:37 pm
EEUU-DREAMERS

EEUU-DREAMERS

Un dreamer con toga y birrete universitario para demostrar su deseo de terminar estudios en Estados Unidos se presenta en el puerto de entrada a Estados Unidos donde pensaba solicitar un permiso de ingreso humanitario junto con otros dreamers, en Nogales, México, lunes 22 de julio de 2013. L…

July 22, 2013 2:27 pm
Sugar and spice and everything mud

Sugar and spice and everything mud

Susan Hill, left, and Kimberly Reynolds trampled through the mud at the Dirty Girl Run to raise cancer awareness.

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Sonoran saddle makers keep cowboys riding tall

Sonoran saddle makers keep cowboys riding tall

It takes thousands of taps from a small wooden hammer onto cowhide to make a fancy saddle, and Talabartería Rancho Grande in Magdalena, Sonora, has been doing it for more than 60 years.

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Sonoran saddle makers keep cowboys riding tall

Sonoran saddle makers keep cowboys riding tall

One of the craftsmen at Talabartería Rancho Grande in Magdalena, Sonora, works on cowhide that ultimately will become part of a custom saddle. The business goes back more than 60 years.

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Santa Cruz firm is chile central

Santa Cruz firm is chile central

Bags full of dried chiles and spices adorn the shelves of the Santa Cruz Chili & Spice Co. in Tumacácori.

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New An restaurant to open at Casino del Sol

New An restaurant to open at Casino del Sol

Archie Yslas installs the last of 72 small Buddhas - part of the decor at the new An Del Sol restaurant. The restaurant opens to the public Sunday.

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Radio station on the brink in 'Miracle' play

Radio station on the brink in 'Miracle' play

ABOVE: Melanie David hurries Marc Sandin as part of a scene they're rehearsing for a "Christmas Miracle on Main Street: A Small Town Radio Play." The play opens tonight at Atria Bell Court Gardens on East Carondelet Drive.

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Radio station on the brink in 'Miracle' play

Radio station on the brink in 'Miracle' play

Facing a painted mural of people along awall, the actors in a "Christmas Miracle on Main Street: A Small Town Radio Play," rehearsed last week for the upcoming play.

December 09, 2010 12:00 am Photos

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Restaurants help supply sustenance to hungry

Restaurants help supply sustenance to hungry

Kelly Edwards, kitchen supervisor for the Gospel Rescue Mission men's shelter, has donated food from local restaurants stored in the walk-in refrigerator.

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Restaurants help supply sustenance to hungry

Restaurants help supply sustenance to hungry

Lasagna from the Olive Garden was served for lunch Wednesday at the Gospel Rescue Mission men's shelter. More than 30 Tucson restaurants participate in the Food Donation Connection, a nationwide program.

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MUSD won't adopt recess policy

MUSD won't adopt recess policy

Students in Sharon Craft's third-grade class at Thornydale Elementary play hockey on scooters during physical education class. The Marana Unified School District governing board agreed 5-0 not to adopt a recess policy.

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Harelson turns 50

Harelson turns 50

As Harelson Elementary (cq HARELSON ELEMENTARY) celebrates it's 50th anniversary, current principal Andy Heinemann (cq ANDY HEINEMANN), left, stands next to former principal Jim Fogltance (cq JIM FOGLTANCE), middle left, and president of the P.T.O. Lisa Ferko (cq LISA FERKO), middle right, a…

November 25, 2010 12:00 amLoading…
Coach, son have a special bond in life and on the football field

Coach, son have a special bond in life and on the football field

Pusch Ridge coach Bob Vance says he expects the same kind of work ethic from his son, Tyler, left, as anyone else on the team. The Lions are 8-1 overall, 7-0 in the 2A South Region.

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Artist helps seniors with drawing skills

Artist helps seniors with drawing skills

Jack Yancick practices his drawing skills as part of the Outreach Art Tutoring for Seniors program taught by a professional artist volunteer from the Drawing Studio. Call 620-0947 for information about other classes conducted by the Drawing Studio at area libraries.

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Artist helps seniors with drawing skills

Artist helps seniors with drawing skills

Doug Raine (cq DOUG RAINE) practices his drawing skills as part of the Outreach Art Tutoring for Seniors program taught by a professional artist volunteer from the Drawing Studio, Inc. and hosted at the Wheeler Taft Abbett Library (cq WHEELER TAFT ABBETT LIBRARY) in Tucson, Ariz on Wednesday…

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guiseppe's: plenty o' plenty

guiseppe's: plenty o' plenty

The lamb osso bucco- lamb shanks and vegetables simmered in a rich red wine tomato sauce with rice or pasta (rice shown) served at Guiseppe's Ristorante Italiano (cq GUISEPPE'S RISTORANTE ITALIANO) located in Tucson, Ariz., Wednesday Oct. 13, 2010 (cq WEDNESDAY OCT. 13, 2010). Photo by Saman…

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Cholla, which 'didn't play well at all,' wins close match with PV

Cholla, which 'didn't play well at all,' wins close match with PV

Palo Verde's Jazmin Rogers (13) and Avrianna Martinez attempt to block a shot by Cholla's Rachel Garcia.

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Casas Christian turns 40

Casas Christian turns 40

From left, teacher Denise Hays, Jessica Arneson and Sara Leyva wrap up Principal Eric Dowdle like a mummy in a relay race during Casas Christian School's celebration of its 40th anniversary.

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Parents line up for 'Just Two Hours'

Parents line up for 'Just Two Hours'

Parent volunteer Lisa Cooper helps first-grade students as part of the "Just Two Hours" program at Rattlesnake Ridge Elementary. "If the kids see the parents involved, it shows the importance of being here," she said.

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Proper technique is studio's focus

Proper technique is studio's focus

Ilana Jonas teaches students including Eric Aranda, left, advanced ballet moves at the University Dance Project studio. The school officially opened Aug. 16 and has about 100 students. It offers classes in ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop, contemporary, tumbling, technique, Zumba, kickboxing and pom.

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Diamond hospital for kids is a gem

Diamond hospital for kids is a gem

The new Diamond Children's Medical Center has an Arizona-themed Route 66 Cafe on the first floor.

September 23, 2010 8:40 am
Diamond hospital for kids is a gem

Diamond hospital for kids is a gem

The lobby entrance of the Diamond Children's Medical Center features an Arizona theme.

September 23, 2010 8:32 am
Diversified metal firm thriving

Diversified metal firm thriving

Work like this weld on a stainless-steel pipe for cryogenic use is the sort of specialty work that has helped CAID Industries keep going despite a recession-caused drop in other contracts.

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Diversified metal firm thriving

Diversified metal firm thriving

CAID President and CEO Bill Assenmacher said that if CAID is too busy, it will refer work to other Tucson companies. "We want to grow the manufacturing base here in Tucson," he said.

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Police aim for safer biking, walking

Police aim for safer biking, walking

Tucson police Officer Mikeal Allen cites Joey L. Cordero for riding his bicycle on the sidewalk near a north-side intersection.

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Book festival awards $150,000 to fund projects

Book festival awards $150,000 to fund projects

Carlos Torrealba, middle, a visiting professor from Venezuela who is doing research on literacy, helps his nephew, Santiago Pérez, left, a student visiting from Venezuela, show Diego Alvarez, 6, illustrations in a book.

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Foothills girls ready to defend state title

Foothills girls ready to defend state title

Catalina Foothills senior Erin McClure competed in eight tournaments in six states over the summer. At a sectional qualifier, she carded a 76 to earn a spot in the USGA Junior Girls Championship in Pinehurst, N.C.

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