Town of Sahuarita staff have seen an increase in rule violations and minor incidents at town parks since mid-March.
Reporter Jamie Verwys grew up in Sahuarita and graduated from the high school in 2006. She lives in Tucson and graduated from the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 2018.
Copper View Elementary School recently donated a large harvest of onions grown for class to the Sahuarita Food Bank.
The Sahuarita town council recently approved a prioritized list of eight road related projects for review by the Regional Transportation Authority's citizen committee for review.
Natasha Alday has been chosen as the new head coach of the Spiritline cheer team at Walden Grove High School. She sat down with the Sahuarita Sun to talk about her goals and all things cheer.
Local gyms, fitness centers, pools and spas have been given the go-ahead to reopen, but many held off till this week or later to better prepare.
The Town of Sahuarita Parks and Recreation Department in partnership with the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance are in the process of completing a series of art murals around town parks. Five artists were chosen for the project, which should finish up this week.
Walden Grove alum Chuy Talavera competed on the History Channel's bladesmithing competition "Forged in Fire." The Sahuarita resident said the experience was one he will never forget.
Though the Governor gave the go-ahead for restaurants and retail to reopen in-person services, business is still slower than many hoped for. Residents still have some hesitancy about returning to their normal shopping and dinning habits.