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Kevin Kubitskey loves police work but there’s a lot about it that troubles him. Kubitskey is a Democrat running for Pima County sheriff. He’s up against former Sheriff Chris Nanos in the primary.
Our world has been turned upside down for the last few months amid the COVID-19 pandemic and hit particularly hard has been the small-business community. Though many businesses remained open during the six-week mandated shutdown, the stay-at-home orders severely limited most businesses’ abil…
By now, almost everyone in Green Valley has received a request from the U.S. Census Bureau asking them to submit their census forms by mail, e-mail or phone. This is an event repeated every 10 years and is required by law. It provides valuable information for the nation and is the basis for …
Luis Parra has been living in the same house in Rio Rico for 20 years but has been running up and down the I-19 corridor for a lifetime.
Four years ago, John Backer took on Steve Christy in the GOP primary for Pima County Board of Supervisors, District 4. He didn’t come remotely close to winning but he did impress a lot of people with his knowledge of the issues, strong work ethic and common sense approach.
A couple of weeks ago, Jim Herman of Green Valley wrote a Letter to the Editor titled, “A white guy’s questions.” Jim has been a lot of things in life: Peace Corps volunteer, Army NCO, high school teacher, husband and dad and friend.
What a crowd and what a wonderful evening! Last September, we had about 350 people at the Desert Diamond Casino events center to honor those along the Interstate 19 region who have made their communities a better place to live, play and build a future.
Eric Ruden is among four Republican candidates in the Congressional District 2 race and says he jumped in because he was “stunned at how unqualified the field was.”
I’ve never really understood people who climb steep mountains or run any farther than they have to. Then Jonathan Mosher walks into my office and I have to blurt that out.
Laura Conover is a Democrat running for Pima County attorney. Barbara LaWall is leaving after 24 years in the role and 44 years with the County Attorney’s Office.
When Martha from Green Valley contacted my office, she hadn’t yet received her economic relief payment promised by the federal government. Confusing announcements from government agencies had left her unsure what to do.
Quail Creek has made a lot of mistakes in the past couple of weeks. Their latest email to residents on Thursday included a few more, but they’re headed in the right direction.