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In this holiday season, we must bear witness. There is a fire burning across the land. There is a blaze, largely out of sight, growing out of control.
Before it’s over, GVR’s purchase of the former Canoa Hills clubhouse could end up costing members tens of thousands of dollars, with much of that going to lawyers trying to unwind one of the biggest messes in the organization’s history.
At the end of each story, Paul Harvey, radio personality, used to say, “and that’s the rest of the story.” There has been much misinformation printed by the Green Valley News, reprinted by the GVR4us eblast, and posted in social media outlets. So, what is “the rest of the story?”
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, more and more people are struggling with pandemic fatigue — the mental and emotional exhaustion that comes with the ongoing disruptions, stresses, and challenges they are facing.
Green Valley Recreation, trying to dig out from three of the unhealthiest years in its history, took the “death by a thousands cuts” path again last week.
Deborah McEwen has to know it’s an uphill battle, but she’s in there swinging away — a Republican trying to land a state Legislature seat in a district dominated by Democrats.
The marijuana sellers who wrote Prop 207 had the marketing all figured out. This time, they would give the ballot proposition a respectable name, tweak a couple of details without really limiting their potential market, and spread the word that this recreational marijuana proposition was “Sm…
History is against him, but Steve Diamond thinks that’s about it in the minus column in his bid to join the county Board of Supervisors representing District 4.
My Green Valley and Tucson offices have received a number of calls from constituents concerned about how Pima County’s projected $70 million budget shortfall will impact road repair in their neighborhoods, a concern heightened by property tax bills that are landing in mailboxes.
When I launched my campaign for the state Legislature, I did so with the environment top of mind. As a graduate of the nation’s top environmental law school, I am appalled by our political leaders’ lack of urgency on climate change.
The Economist magazine produces a podcast called “The Economist Asks.” On Wednesday, they interviewed Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It clarifies a lot of points and gives hope for a vaccine.