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Mark your calendars. There are a lot of fun activities coming up as Christmas fast approaches. The schools and the Town of Sahuarita would love to see you at these events:
A Green Valley Recreation employee is recovering in the hospital after nearly being struck by lightning early Thursday morning.
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- Accommodating People with Hearing Loss at Holiday Gatherings
December is the month to think “Poinsettia.” Eighty-five percent of potted holiday plants sold are poinsettias. These Mexican native plants have a botanical name meaning “very beautiful” … certainly descriptive.
The game has an obsessive nature. It can be repetitive, but always presents new challenges.
Featuring a November theme of “Hello, Farm,” the Art for Tots class on at the town of Sahuarita's Anamax Recreation Center offers little ones,…
The SHS girls soccer team started the regular season with a bang beating Santa Rita, 9-0.
The boys cross-country team – Seth Chacon, Owen Eaton, Johnathon Lane, Channing Porter, Matthew Mayer, Julian Almazan and Ruben Pena – finishe…
Local high school soccer teams opened the season Monday as part of the Brandon Bean Soccer Tournament.
Demi Zuniga will join two sisters at Eastern New Mexico University.
Walden Grove and Sahuarita high schools celebrated Senior Night Friday, Oct. 25. They honored their football players, managers, trainers, band…
Vice President Mike Pence visited Caterpillar's Tinaja Hills facility west of Green Valley on Oct. 3, 2019, to tout the United States-Mexico-C…
Walden Grove High School graduated 253 students on May 23, 2019.
Supporters say a bill headed to Gov. Doug Ducey's desk requiring adult changing stations in new or renovated state buildings is a big first step, but will have little immediate impact for those who need them now.
More than a month after the Rosemont Mine received its final permit to being operations, the Pima County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution opposing the project on a 3-2 vote.
After an up and down ballot count that initially had Propositions 469 and 470 in the lead on Election Night, only to have those numbers swing …