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Greg Taylor comes off like a guy who’s about to get married for the first time. He’s pretty sure he knows what he’s getting into but there’s enough unknown territory to still be cautious, maybe even nervous.

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About five minutes into a conversation with Sanda Clark you discover she isn’t much interested in politics — left, right; conservative, liberal; Democrat, Republican.

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The phone call didn’t come as a surprise but it was still jarring. Kevin Duke, our sports editor for three years, died Thursday of cancer. He was 58.

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As Americans, we have the constitutional right, through our legislators, to pass criminal laws. But over the past few years progressives have effectively nullified this right by weaponizing Attorneys General as well as County and District Attorneys’ Offices.

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I am one of the two local people turned away from the June 23 arraignment at Green Valley Justice Court for the man who was cited for trespassing and assault from the incident at the GOP “kegger” for candidates on June 4. As a member of the general public I was invited to that informational …

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Which tastes better? Home-baked chicken with rice and gravy, with steamed vegetables and a green salad, or a Big Mac and fries?

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My brother Pat arrived in Ukraine on March 1 to help in any way he could. Over the next two months, he built a strong network (and trust) within the dozens of NGOs (non-government organizations) working in the region.

I read with great astonishment about the couple, George and Anna Jones, who scaled Mount Wrightson for the 600th time on May 14 ("Up and up and up," May 18, Page A1). Since they started climbing it 15 years ago, that meant they summited the 9,456-foot peak an average of 40 times a year. I li…

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As your Pima County Attorney, I have a confession to make to the residents of Green Valley, Quail Creek, Sahuarita, Vail and Corona de Tucson.

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Have you lost a friend, relative or acquaintance to political differences? We have reached critical mass concerning tribal division in this country, to no one’s benefit.

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