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- Pilot killed in Ryan Airfield crash identified
- Genealogy Today: Shakers had their own style
- GV Gardeners: Handsome Texas Rangers in the desert
- Childcare scholarships available at SUSD
- Heard on the Bus: Wrapping up unforgettable school year
- Olympics are starting; UA seminar helps understand culture and more
- Sahuarita attorney stays put, for now
- EDITORIAL: Northwest hospital in Sahuarita steadfast in service
- Who are the patriots?
- Mary’s fate
Storm photographer Lori Grace Bailey is pursuing a passion for weather watching that started as a youngster in El Paso, Texas.
Teenagers and centenarians are connecting with the time-tested practice of exchanging letters as pen pals in a nationwide effort to help seniors feel less isolated and provide companionship during the pandemic.
Northwest Healthcare closed its urgent care in Sahuarita on May 30, but it didn’t take long for another provider to enter the market.
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The BAJA (Born Again Jocks Association) Senior Bowling league is in full swing and everyone is chasing the Red head pin. Bowling a strike with a Red head pin gives that bowler a cool $5. This past week, 10 folks accomplishing the Red head pin feat while under pressure, with Steve Pallister, …
With the sports world on hold, Cronkite News will take a daily look at this day in sports history and reflect on some of the biggest moments in Arizona sports.
The monsoon season’s combination of heat, rain, wind and dust storms can…