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2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Part of the Conversation (weekly)

        UA's 'Red Ink,' believed to be the only student-run Native American magazine, celebrates 20 years
            by Mari Herreras
            When Joseph Quintana Ramirez stood in front of a group of students recently at the San ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Live (weekly)

        Greg Ginn and the Royal We, Princess Eater, Boobookiss, Surly Wench Pub, Thursday, March 3
            by Gene Armstrong
            For such a legendary figure in American punk rock, Greg Ginn looked amazingly modest onstage ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
The Skinny (weekly)

        Senate Majority Leader Scott Bundgaard feels the heat … The state’s tax collections bump along the bottom … Shirley Scott gets an opponent … Jim Click opens his wallet for a fine cause … and more!
            by Jim Nintzel ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Going Hungry (weekly)

        'We Are What We Are' is a cannibal movie that's missing the cannibalism
            by Colin Boyd
            We Are What We Are is a Mexican export about a family of cannibals who must learn to cope and survive after the death ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Top Ten in Books (weekly)

        Mostly Books' best-sellers for the week ending March 4, 2011
            Mostly Books' best-sellers for the week ending March 4, 2011 1.…
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2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
K.Rat (weekly)

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2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Police Dispatch (weekly)

        Home sweet Walmart; Just say no
            by Anna Mirocha
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2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Messina (weekly)

        Citizens and government agencies alike need to show wild horses more respect and compassion
            by Irene Messina
            On Feb. 24, Tucsonans gathered on the southside to celebrate tradition. The 86th Tucson Rodeo ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Soundbites (weekly)

        March madness!; Bröötally good; Local release madness!; Short takes; On the bandwagon
            by Stephen Seigel
            MARCH MADNESS! It's March that comes in like a lion, right?…
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2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Finding 'Yonkers' (weekly)

        ATC delivers a near-perfect version of Neil Simon's Pulitzer-winning play
            by Sherilyn Forrester
            Neil Simon is one of the most prolific and popular playwrights in American history. His Lost in Yonkers ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
T Q&A (weekly)

        Joy Soler
            by A. Greene
            Joy Soler is a co-owner of Revolutionary Grounds, at 606 N. Fourth Ave. The bookstore and coffee shop specializes in books that aren't necessarily on the best-sellers list; genres ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Radiohead: The King of Limbs (TBD) (weekly)

        by Michael Petitti
            Every new Radiohead release seems to create a crisis among critics. The big, unspoken fear in the subtext of most Radiohead reviews concerns winding up on the wrong side of cultural history.&hellip ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Subterranean Nightmare (weekly)

        Barrio residents fear the consequences of possible water-main leaks under their neighborhood
            by Tim Vanderpool
            Lisa Mele ponders her homeowners' insurance as she stands between a cracking wall and a buckling ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Now Showing at Home (weekly)

        The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season (Blu-ray); The Cable Guy: 15 Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray); 127 Hours (Blu-ray)
            by Bob Grimm
            The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season (Blu-ray) ANCHOR BAY ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Understanding Ethnic Studies (weekly)

        by Tyler Kurbat
            Just to set the record straight: Sally Rusk is not encouraging her students to overthrow the United States government. Instead, she's promoting active citizenship, delving into a curriculum that fights ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Red Meat (weekly)

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2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Weekly Wide Web (weekly)

        Arguing Yet Agreeing; The week on The Range; Comment of the week; Best of WWW; and more!
            by Dan Gibson
            Late last year, I made a resolution in this space to stop getting into arguments online—and ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Owning Her Universe (weekly)

        Terri Hendrix continues producing fine music while raising awareness about epilepsy
            by Jim Lipson
            When I ask Austin singer/songwriter Terri Hendrix how she's doing, it's more than just a courtesy. Eight ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Mailbag (weekly)

        Serraglio Ignores Violent Realities; Correction
            Serraglio Ignores Violent Realities Regarding Serraglio, Feb. 17: I'm a former Democrat who became an independent over the issue of illegal aliens.&hellip ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Date Night With the Bard (weekly)

        Arizona's Repertory Theatre's 'As You Like It' is like a fresh, funny chick flick
            by Nathan Christensen
            Behold: the Shakespearean chick flick! In As You Like It, Shakespeare created the archetypal romantic ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Media Matters (weekly)

        Will eBooks and audio books eventually replace print on paper?
            by Jonathan Lowe
            Old habits die hard, they say—but how hard will the transition be from paper books to digital media for readers and ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Ferrodyne: St. John's Day (Terra Malverde) (weekly)

        by Gene Armstrong
            From a critical viewpoint, you might worry if a band is recommended purely because its members are nice people, which is how more than one trusted musical adviser introduced me to Ferrodyne. They ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
Media Watch (weekly)

        Willcox's KWCX to take over 104.9; Citadel-Cumulus deal could be near
            by John Schuster
            WILLCOX'S KWCX TO TAKE OVER 104.9 Listeners of KGMG, Mega 106.3 FM, have been informed for weeks about an impending ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
The Semifinalist (weekly)

        At Downtown Kitchen + Cocktails, Janos Wilder offers some brilliant dishes—but execution can be a problem
            by Jimmy Boegle
            I am a fan of Janos Wilder. He's a great ambassador for Tucson's culinary ... read more

2011-03-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 10 2011\
City Week (weekly)

        "Fostering a Secular Society: Keep Religion Out of Government"; Concerts Celebrating the 300th Anniversary of Father Kino's death; "The Roadrunner: Almost Human"; Mapping the Inside Out: Works on Paper by Kim Nikolini ... read more

2010-06-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 27 2010\
As If Having Drug Lords Pouring Across the Border Wasn't Bad Enough... (weekly)

        With Gov. Jan Brewer making up stories about how the majority of illegal immigrants are here to sell drugs, behead innocent Arizonans and commit terrorist attacks, she might want to take note of this story in Talking Points Memo:Rep. Sue Myrick ... read more

2010-06-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 27 2010\
Goddard's Vow (weekly)

        Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard made a swing through Southern Arizona today. At an opening of a new Democratic field office on Tucson's northwest side, he vowed: "If I'm elected governor, we're going to keep Arizona off Comedy Central ... read more

2010-06-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 27 2010\
Statusquobama (weekly)

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2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
Fewer than 700 get H1N1 spray (starnet-local)
Vaccinations against the novel 2009 H1N1 virus are rolling out slowly and aren't expected to be available to the regular population until later this year.

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
AZ's CAP fund raid is illegal, suit says (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — A legislative raid on Central Arizona Project funds is not only illegal, but it also could leave state residents literally high and dry, the lawyer for the CAP is charging.

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
Damage appears slight in Sunday's Kartchner break-in (starnet-local)
A break-in Sunday night at Kartchner Caverns State Park did not appear to have caused significant damage to the cave's fragile environment, a state parks spokeswoman said Tuesday night.

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
Coronado Hotel for sale (starnet-local)
The historical Coronado Hotel Apartments, a source of low-income housing downtown for many elderly and disabled, is for sale.

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
County's air cleaner last summer vs. '08 (starnet-local)
Maybe it was the wretched economy or the price of natural gas, but Arizona and Pima County had cleaner air than usual during summer of this year.

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
Suspect in robbery shoots self, police say (starnet-local)
A man suspected of robbing a south-side pizza place Monday shot himself in the leg while committing the crime, police said.

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
If county workers don't go home when ill, they can be fired (starnet-local)
Failing to go home from work if you're sick can be a firing offense, at least at Pima County for the duration of this winter flu season.

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
In memory of indomitable bicyclist, 'Team Colleen' keeps her passion alive (starnet-local)
She wasn't responding to treatments, and the cancer had metastasized to her liver and spine, but in February of this year Colleen Whealdon-Haught set herself a goal — to ride a 90-mile bicycle race and raise $20,000 for the Lance Armstrong Foundation ... read more

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
Lawyer sentenced in rip-offs of clients will receive new trial (starnet-local)
A Tucson lawyer who was convicted of embezzlement last year was granted a new trial Tuesday, after first being sentenced to 9 1/4 years in prison and then having that sentence set aside.

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
Quick Read (starnet-local)

  Vets who saw Iraq,  Afghan service to get  advice on benefits

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
Veterans' widows target of scam (starnet-local)
Tucson police are looking for a man running a bank scam on widows of deceased military veterans.

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
Resort asks for prayers in 2 deaths (starnet-local)
SEDONA — The owners of a resort where two people were overcome in a sweat lodge and later died are asking for prayers in hopes that something positive will come out of what they say was a tragic and unexpected accident.

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
Man gets 3-year sentence for March home invasion (starnet-local)
One of four men who pleaded guilty to committing a home invasion last March was sentenced to three years in prison Tuesday.

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
Man gets 17 years for boy's molesting (starnet-local)
A 73-year-old Marana man was sentenced to 17 years in prison Tuesday for molesting a young boy more than a decade ago, said Deputy Pima County Attorney Ryan Schmidt.

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
Separate trials sought for 3 in Arivaca deaths (starnet-local)
The three people suspected of killing an Arivaca girl and her father in May may be getting separate trials.

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
All 45 cats taken from home on west side are euthanized (starnet-local)
All 45 cats taken from the home of an elderly woman on the west side have been euthanized because they were sick or in poor health, the Pima Animal Care Center said.

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
Radar van locations (starnet-local)
The city's police radar van is scheduled to snap photographs of speeders at these locations today, according to the Tucson Police Department:

2009-10-14 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 14 2009\
Jimmy's forecast (starnet-local)
A dry westerly flow will prevail through the weekend as high pressure aloft builds over the Desert Southwest. Expect daytime highs to run as much as 10 degrees above average. A couple of Pacific disturbances will bring a few clouds and somewhat lower ... read more

2009-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2009\
Thrift stores face new rules on used toy sales (citizen-local)
Local thrift store managers are scrambling to comply with new federal product safety rules that take effect Feb. 10.

2009-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2009\
Ex-South Tucson police lieutenant admits embezzling $560,000 (citizen-local)
A former South Tucson police lieutenant pleaded guilty Monday to embezzling more than $500,000 from the police department.

2009-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2009\
Denogean: Threatened UA poison center more than a hot line (citizen-local)
Closing the University of Arizona's poison control center, as proposed by the Legislature, would save the state less than a million dollars a year. But it could cost some lives.

2009-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2009\
430 locked down in Tucson prison after altercation (citizen-local)
More than 400 prisoners are locked in their cells after 10 inmates fought briefly with seven corrections officers at the state prison complex here, a state Department of Corrections spokesman said.

2009-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2009\
Majority OK with speed cameras? (citizen-local)
A half dozen legislative bills and two citizens' initiatives are aimed at banning or restricting photo enforcement on Arizona roadways.

2009-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2009\
TUSD could see up to $80 million slashed by state (citizen-local)
Tucson Unified School District could see $20 million to $80 million in funding slashed from its budget this year and next based on early proposals by Arizona legislators.

2009-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2009\
State universities to offer $100M budget cut to lawmakers (citizen-local)
The Arizona Board of Regents and the state's three university presidents have settled on an amount they believe higher education could trim in a midyear budget cut: $100 million.

2009-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2009\
Texas Instruments cutting fewer than 20 jobs here (citizen-local)
DALLAS - Texas Instruments Inc., which makes chips for cell phones and other gadgets, said Monday that it will cut 3,400 jobs because demand has slackened amid a slowing economy.

2009-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2009\
Hotel design gets lukewarm reaction; size scaled back (citizen-local)
The public in December applauded a suggestion for a bold design for the Sheraton hotel planned for the Tucson Convention Center, 260 S. Church Ave.

2009-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2009\
Gray wolf's shooting death under investigation (citizen-local)
Federal agents are investigating the suspicious death of an endangered Mexican gray wolf near Pinetop.

2009-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2009\
Extreme Makeover Home Edition to surprise a Tucson-area family Tuesday (citizen-local)
About the time this story is being printed Tuesday morning, one Tucson-area family will learn that they will be getting a new house from Extreme Makeover Home Edition.

2009-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2009\
UA's Eller College program ranked fifth among U.S. public universities (citizen-local)
The University of Arizona's Eller College of Management's master's of business administration program was ranked fifth among U.S. public universities and 19th among all U.S. schools by the Financial Times.

2009-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2009\
Democrats, GOP at odds over depth of budget cuts (citizen-local)
Republican lawmakers on Monday pressed to close a big shortfall in Arizona's budget amid mixed signals on how closely their planned legislation will track controversial spending cuts proposed by key committee chairmen.

2009-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2009\
Brewer names state's budget director (citizen-local)
PHOENIX - A former top legislative aide who has been working for a health care company is Gov. Jan Brewer's pick to head the governor's Office of Strategic Planning and Budget.

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