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2011-03-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 06 2011\
END:CIV at Dry River Collective (weekly)

        END:CIV, an independent film that points out the environmental destruction of civilization, will be screening at Dry River Collective, 740 N. Main St., on Wednesday, March 9, at 8 p.m. The director, Franklin Lopez, will be present ... read more

2011-03-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 06 2011\
Radar Van Locations (starnet-local)

A city police radar van is scheduled to snap photographs of
speeders at these locations today:

2011-03-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 06 2011\
Deaths (starnet-local)

The deceased are from Tucson unless otherwise noted. Occupations
are given if available.

2011-03-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 06 2011\
Click donates $50K to Fund for Civility (starnet-local)


2011-03-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 06 2011\
Neto's Tucson: 'Otro Lado' program offers students a close-up look at immigration issue (starnet-local)

In English, el otro lado means the other side. For a small group
of high school students from Tucson and Berkeley, Calif., el otro
lado meant learning the other side of the story of our day: illegal

2011-03-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 06 2011\
Corrections (starnet-local)

A map on page A1 Sunday Feb. 20, accompanying the story
headlined "Gun rights vs. gun control," omitted four mass shootings
that occurred between the Columbine High School attack in April

2011-03-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 06 2011\
Grants help 5 communities make improvements (starnet-local)

By Mariana Alvarado ... read more

2011-03-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 06 2011\
Classic-car owners show off their beauties (starnet-local)

2011-03-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 06 2011\
UA students lend hands, time to help fix up school (starnet-local)

Erin Chute dug into ... read more

2011-03-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 06 2011\
Lottery (starnet-local)

Drawing for Saturday, March 5

2011-03-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 06 2011\
Survivors of Jan. 8 struggle - and cope (starnet-local)

When he hears a loud ... read more

2011-03-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 06 2011\
Exhibit lets you go back to the time of King Tut (starnet-local)

King Tut and his treasures ... read more

2011-03-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 06 2011\
Today's print exclusives: RTA plan to reroute Kolb; plus Greg Hansen and Bonnie Henry (starnet-local)

Neighbors are trying to kill a planned rerouting of North Kolb
Road, but county transportation officials say the extension is a
done deal. Learn more about the disagreement - and whether the City

2010-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2010\
Republican AG Candidates Debate (weekly)

        Former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne—two Republicans vying to become Arizona's next attorney general—will face off in a debate tonight, Tuesday, June 22, held by the ... read more

2010-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2010\
Tucson's Everyday People: Tucson's Thriving Farmers' Markets (weekly)

UA School of Journalism students Michael Palazzolo, Chelsea Rarrick and Taylor Medeiros bring you a feature on Tucson's bustling farmers' markets all over Tucson, and the people who make them a success.
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2010-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2010\
Dougherty: McCain Backs Drilling, Deregulation (weekly)

        Oil Spill from Dougherty for Senate on Vimeo.
Democrat John Dougherty releases the first Web ad of his U.S. Senate campaign.
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2010-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2010\
McCain Reacts to "Runaway General" (weekly)

        Sen. John McCain releases a joint statement with Sens. Joe Lieberman and Lindsey Graham on the comments by Gen. Stanley McChrystal and his staff, as reported in "The Runaway General," the Rolling Stone article that has the Washington in an uproar ... read more

2010-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2010\
CD8: A Tape-Delayed Liveblog of the Green Valley Debate (weekly)

        Three of the five Republican candidates who are running in the GOP primary for the chance to take on Democratic Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords appeared in a Tea Party debate last Monday, June 14 in Green Valley. Here’s a tape-delayed ... read more

2010-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2010\
Fire Closes Takamatsu; Owner Already Planning Repairs (weekly)

        The man in charge of Takamatsu restaurant at 5532 E. Speedway Blvd. says efforts are already underway to fix the damage caused by a fire that closed the restaurant early this morning.
Peter Koga, who operates the local Takamatsu and other locations ... read more

2010-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2010\
The Hot Rod Cafe (weekly)

        I expected a place called the Hot Rod Cafe to have an automotive theme. What I didn't expect was how deep the gearhead lifestyle figures in the lives of the three generations of women who run the place.
“Mom drives a Harley,” said ... read more

2010-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2010\
Rasmussen: McCain 47%, Hayworth 36% (weekly)

        The latest numbers from Rasmussen:
Longtime Senator John McCain continues to lead Arizona’s Republican Primary by double digits but remains in the same narrow range of support he’s drawn since January.
The latest Rasmussen Reports ... read more

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
Jimmy's forecast (starnet-local)
A combination of dry conditions, no clouds and very little wind allowed the overnight temperature to drop to its lowest level so far this season. A gradual increase in high pressure aloft will allow for gradually increasing temperatures over the weekend ... read more

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 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:

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
Services affected by Columbus day (starnet-local)
City garbage and recycling

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
Judge rejects challenge to executions (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Arizona moved closer to resuming executions after a two-year pause when a judge ruled Thursday against a constitutional challenge to the state's lethal-injection method.

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
Neighbors Briefs (starnet-local)


2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
Grijalva lauds Obama plan on preserves for wild horses (starnet-local)
A Tucson Democratic congressman who has led the fight to save wild horses had high praise this week for a new Obama administration plan to move thousands of the horses and burros to new preserves in the Midwest and East.

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
Stabbing in S. Tucson kills woman; 2 sought (starnet-local)
A woman died Thursday night in South Tucson after she was confronted by another woman and a man and stabbed, police said.

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
Former Tucsonan slain in brazen attack (starnet-local)
MILFORD, N.H. — Four teenagers — one armed with a machete and another with a knife — picked an isolated home at random and entered it intending to kill in a middle-of-the-night attack that left a woman dead and her daughter seriously injured, a ... read more

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
ASU gets A- in sustainability study; UA receives B (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Arizona State University earned an A-minus and the University of Arizona a B in a national study grading schools on their commitment to sustainability.

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
Symington bows out in favor of Munger (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Trailing badly in one recent poll, former Gov. Fife Symington on Thursday gave up on the idea of getting his old job back and threw his support behind GOP contender John Munger.

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
City Fire Dept.'s big, new HQ nears completion (starnet-local)
Work is nearly complete on the Tucson Fire Department's massive new headquarters downtown.

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
Life stories : He didn't let muscular dystrophy keep him from living joyfully (starnet-local)
Growing Up

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
Schools tell how they'll cope with H1N1 cases (starnet-local)
While bracing for an expected increase in the number of sick students because of the H1N1 virus, local school districts have plans in place to deal with a widespread flu outbreak.

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
Costly computer error jars some Health Net members (starnet-local)
When Alma Vactor queried her checking account last Friday, she expected to see a large balance from the deposit of her Social Security check. Instead, she found the account drained.

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
Munger calls for big tax cuts, toll roads (starnet-local)
Big tax cuts and toll roads are among Republican gubernatorial candidate John Munger's plans for injecting life into the state's economy.

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
13 of 18 state-run rest stops to be shut (starnet-local)
That decision to skip the  gas station just off the highway, in hopes of being able to hold it to the next rest stop, might need to be revised.

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
Scanty rain imperils key natural sites (starnet-local)
Several of Pima County's most significant environmental features are in big trouble because of the well-below-normal rain this past summer.

2009-10-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 09 2009\
Meet George, the genial giant (starnet-local)
When  you're the biggest dog in the world, you make your own rules.

2009-02-04 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Like Taking Money from a Baby - wait not Like, they did!

State board takes unanimous position on legislative budget

YUMA, Ariz. (January 27, 2009) First Things First - the Arizona Early Childhood Development and Health Board - during its regular public ... read more

2009-01-30 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Gov. Stonewall
I just called the number, and while they will take your comment, if you ask any further questions there is simply no answer.  I asked if cuts to the corrections budget were also being considered, and if there was any way to get in touch with a policy ... read more

2009-01-30 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Call Governor's office to protest Education cuts:(800) 253-0883
We've been told that Governor Brewer's office staff is answering phones and "keeping a tally" of the calls they are receiving about the proposed cuts to education. Some people have asked for the governor's number.

You may contact the governor's office ... read more

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
2009 Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase (city)
The 2009 Gem, Mineral, and Fossil Showcase will take place January 31   February 15, 2009 at nearly 50 show locations throughout the metropolitan Tucson area and includes participation by over 5,000 vendors.  This annual event generates both national ... read more

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
DeGrazia retrospective a chance to appreciate Tucson artist's work (citizen-local)
The snooty art critics of the world never had much use for Arizona's most famous artist, the late Ted DeGrazia.

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Unserved tickets spur review of 1,000 photo enforcement cases (citizen-local)
About 1,000 photo traffic enforcement cases are under review by Tucson City Court after a process server allegedly filed false affidavits of service.

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
More than 900 protest proposed cuts to higher education (citizen-local)
It was standing room only in the Student Memorial Center at the University of Arizona as more than 900 students, faculty members and business leaders turned out for the Arizona Board of Regents meeting Thursday to protest proposed higher-education  budget ... read more

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Southwest Side woman killed in gunfight ID'd (citizen-local)
Maria G. Romero, 23, was fatally shot Wednesday night at a Southwest Side apartment complex, Tucson police said Thursday.

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Sun Tran to expand express routes, add buses, change look (citizen-local)
Sun Tran will expand express route service to Rita Ranch and Oro Valley under an $8.2 million "seamless transit system" to be funded by the Regional Transportation Authority.

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Pet safety, emergency care class offered Saturday (citizen-local)
Pet safety and first-aid classes will be offered from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona, 3450 N. Kelvin Blvd.

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Tucson area loses another 1,000 jobs (citizen-local)
Tucson's unemployment rate jumped 0.7 percentage point from November to December, as the area lost another 1,000 jobs.

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
UA prof: Global warming hitting Southwest (citizen-local)
Environmental stewards might soon have to take the bull by the horns where endangered species are concerned - by moving them or their environments.

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Study: Heat major factor in death of trees throughout the West (citizen-local)
Trees are dying twice as fast as they once did in forests across the West, killed by drought, disease and pests that thrive in a changing climate.

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
ACLU ends lawsuit filed for two Tucson sector agents (citizen-local)
The American Civil Liberties Union has ended a lawsuit on behalf of two Border Patrol agents after they were restored to their jobs.

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Los Reales Landfill closed Sundays starting Feb. 1. (citizen-local)
Starting Feb. 1, Los Reales Landfill will no longer take trash on Sundays.

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Annual Fort Lowell neighborhood celebration is Feb. 14 (citizen-local)
Friends and residents from the Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood are invited to the 28th annual La Reunión de El Fuerte. The event is being held Feb. 14 at the Old San Pedro Chapel, 5230 E. Fort Lowell Road.

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Cities ask for Brewer's help getting $30 million back from state (citizen-local)
Arizona cities want Gov. Jan Brewer to side with them as they battle state lawmakers for $30 million that cities claim was illegally taken away.

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Sky Harbor drops to 9th busiest airport in U.S. (citizen-local)
As millions of passengers cut their travel budgets, Sky Harbor slipped down the FAA's ranking of busy U.S. airports.

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Dad who left baby in car is guilty of negligent homicide (citizen-local)
A 20-year-old Tucson man is guilty of negligent homicide and child abuse in the death of his 4-month-old son.

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Deaths (citizen-local)
Compiled by Daniela Vizcarra. For information, call 573-4561

2009-01-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 23 2009\
Brewer wants review of government regulations (citizen-local)
Gov. Jan Brewer's first move as Arizona's new chief executive was to put a freeze on all new government regulations and review all old rules in an effort to improve the state's business environment.

2007-08-06 Apollo moon mission photos go online (starnet-local)
ASU scientists, in conjunction with NASA, are scanning 36,000 photographs taken during the Apollo lunar missions and making the high-resolution images available to the public for the first time online.
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2007-08-06 Arizona's trial-by-jury questions answered by delving way back (citizen-local)
PHOENIX - It's the 21st century, but Arizona lawyers and judges still can find themselves looking at cases and laws from stagecoach days to figure out whether defendants are entitled to a trial by jury.
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2007-08-06 Az, charter schools fight over curriculum (citizen-local)
PHOENIX - Five charter schools around Arizona seeking to keep their social studies curriculum are taking legal action against the state Department of Education.
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2007-08-06 Barber's coin and card feats entertain his customers (kvoa)


TUCSON, Ariz. -- Don't ask Gene Collins to take a little off the top. You could wind up with a coin coming out your ear. That's what happens when your barber also works as a...
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2007-08-06 Body may be that of Chandler boater (citizen-local)
PHOENIX - A body was recovered Saturday from Lake Pleasant and authorities believed it was that of a 29-year-old man missing for nearly five months.
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2007-08-06 Border director retires, proud of agencies' merger (starnet-local)
The Donna De La Torre era at U.S. Customs and Border Protection came to a close last week.
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2007-08-06 Border watcher retires after 27 years on the job (citizen-local)
Donna De La Torre remembers kicking tires while listening for compartments full of drugs when she started working at the Nogales port of entry in 1980.
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2007-08-06 Clues sought in '90 killing of brothers (starnet-local)
The Victims: Cesar Platt-Lliteras, 27, and his brother, 37-year-old Sergio Platt-Lliteras.
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2007-08-06 Court hearing starts for patrol agent charged in fatal shooting (kvoa)


BISBEE, Ariz. -- After nearly a two-month delay, a judge will hear prosecutors seek a murder trial for a Border Patrol agent in the fatal shooting of an illegal Mexican immigrant.
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2007-08-06 Crew finds body of 2nd canyon victim (starnet-local)
Officials recovered the body Sunday of the second victim of Saturday's flash flood and identified the two who perished as an airman and a lifeguard at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.
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2007-08-06 Environmental group puts the sky up for adoption (kvoa)


PHOENIX -- A Washington, D.C.-based environmental advocacy group is mounting an online petition drive aimed at pressuring the Environmental Protection Agency to add more stringent rules...
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2007-08-06 Former Prescott teacher sentenced for viewing child pornography (citizen-local)
PRESCOTT - A former high school teacher was sentenced to 10 years after he admitted to viewing child pornography.
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2007-08-06 He's a big fan of Star Wars (starnet-local)
  Hundreds of kids in Tucson are looking for adults to be their friends and mentors. The nonprofit Big Brothers Big Sisters program matches children with adults who have similar interests, such as sports, reading and the outdoors.
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2007-08-06 Hearings on 3 dead Tucson kids public? (citizen-local)
PHOENIX - State lawmakers examining the effectiveness of Child Protective Services are pushing for otherwise closed-door hearings on the agency to be public.
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2007-08-06 How would Earth fare if humans disappeared? (starnet-local)
Our rivers will run free again. Our homes and our grandest engineering feats will crumble. Our dogs might not survive, but our cats will — bad news for billions of birds.
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2007-08-06 Insurance, funding problems sink fiesta (starnet-local)
Insurance issues and lack of funds forced organizers of the Presidio Settlement Fiesta to cancel the event — one of dozens scheduled to celebrate Tucson's 232nd birthday.
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2007-08-06 LOTTERY (citizen-local)
For Aug. 4
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2007-08-06 Marching to perfection (citizen-local)
Mike May sounds like a drill sergeant on Santa Rita High School's football field -  giving orders and working hard with his dedicated group of marching band students on a hot and muggy Tucson morning.
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2007-08-06 Med Board list helps find cosmetic surgeons (citizen-local)
The Arizona Medical Board has established a guide and checklist for patients seeking a cosmetic surgeon.
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2007-08-06 Midtown nuns to thank Knights with special Mass (starnet-local)
The nuns of the Benedictine Monastery in Midtown are inviting the public to a special Mass of gratitude next weekend for the Knights of Columbus.
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2007-08-06 Mussel fight shifts to containment (kvoa)


PHOENIX -- Quagga mussels are here to stay according to wildlife managers. The mussels showed up less than eight months ago in Lake Mead and have been showing their strength in...
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2007-08-06 Neighborhood-protection plan up for council vote today (starnet-local)
A hotly-disputed neighborhood-preservation zoning overlay will be back in front of the City Council today — after undergoing another transformation from previous plans.
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2007-08-06 Once high priced, some homes become eyesores after foreclosures (kvoa)


PHOENIX -- Cash-strapped homeowners are walking away and leaving behind a yard full of weeds, algae covered pools and many other problems for their neighbors and municipal officers.
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2007-08-06 Open hearings sought on 3 Tucson CPS cases (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Some state lawmakers examining the effectiveness of Child Protective Services are pushing for some otherwise closed-door hearings on the agency to be open to the public after a judge ordered that news reporters be allowed to access some case files.
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2007-08-06 Our Family will offer training in mediation (citizen-local)
Our Family is seeking volunteers for its Community Mediation Program. The program is intended to help people solve conflicts at home or at work without going to court.
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2007-08-06 Photos: To see bats, take a stroll under bridge at Campbell (starnet-local)
To see bats, take a stroll under bridge at Campbell
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2007-08-06 Pinal County officers to train in enforcing immigration law (starnet-local)
MESA, Ariz. — The Pinal County Sheriff's office plans to get some of its officers trained in enforcing elements of federal immigration law.
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2007-08-06 Road Runner by Andrea Kelly : Creeks left in natural conditions if possible (starnet-local)
After a few weeks of rain and everything that goes with the storms, running washes, sandy roads and soggy shoes, reader Roy Hoeft asks about silt in the Tanque Verde Creek.
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2007-08-06 Sahuarita sewage could go to county (starnet-local)
Pima County and Sahuarita are close to a deal that will send the town's excess sewage to the county's Green Valley treatment plant until a planned expansion at Sahuarita's plant comes on line.
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2007-08-06 Schools paving more career, college paths (citizen-local)
High school students in Pima County will be able to sign up for more than math, English and biology this school year.
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2007-08-06 Self-described hippie is locked in unpeaceful battle over acreage (starnet-local)
Arlin Troutt does not fit society's definition of a model citizen. Troutt is by his own account an aging hippie: He once ran a business making shoes out of hemp and was a conscientious objector during the Vietnam War.
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2007-08-06 Todd's forecast (starnet-local)
A soupy atmosphere remains in place today, so expect showers and thunderstorms this afternoon and evening. A  drier southwesterly flow will take over by Tuesday and temporarily push the deeper moisture out of the area, resulting in a brief decrease in thunderstorms by midweek.
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2007-08-06 Training available to be victim witness (citizen-local)
You can train to be a volunteer for the Victim Witness Program, or just learn to help those in crisis, with crisis intervention and victimology training through the Pima County Attorney's Office.
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2007-08-06 Tucson Time Capsule: Big-time foosball competitors (starnet-local)
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2007-08-06 Women in demand in construction (citizen-local)
PHOENIX - Arizona's construction industry is desperately seeking ways to increase its ranks of skilled workers, particularly as the baby boom generation starts to take early retirement in 2008.
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