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2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Carrey Crap (weekly)

        'Mr. Popper's Penguins' leaves viewers out in the cold
            by Colin Boyd
            It's hard to tell if Jim Carrey is ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Off-The-Charts Poor (weekly)

        The poverty rate in Tucson and Pima County continues to skyrocket—and the prognosis for change remains grim
            by ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Downing (weekly)

        Some employers are offering insurance discounts for health screenings—and that is a good thing
            by Renée Downing
            The living is easy in America these days. Yeah, it's rough for lots of people compared ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Media Watch (weekly)

        More drama at The Jolt
            by John Schuster
            MORE KJLL TURMOIL: SCOTT ESCORTED FROM BUILDING; ENGINEER FIRED The drama at KJLL AM 1330 continued last week as company management pulled the plug on The John ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Noshing Around (weekly)

        Eclectic Pizza changes name; Tucson's best wings for a good cause; Beer events; And much more!
            by Adam Borowitz
            Renee's Organic Oven When Eclectic Pizza at 7065 E. Tanque Verde Road first opened in 2005 ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Soundbites (weekly)

        Local CD release shows; Local benefit shows; The Parson Red Heads; And much more!
            by Stephen Seigel ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
A New Perspective (weekly)

        Arizona Between Nosotros encourages people to cross borders—both artistic and international
            by Mari Herreras ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
The Rosebuds: Loud Planes Fly Low (Merge) (weekly)

        by Eric Swedlund
            It's nothing new for a songwriter to turn a crumbling relationship into an album of cathartic reflection ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Top Ten in Movies (weekly)

        Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending June 19, 2011
            1. True Grit…
              [ Read ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
The Greatest Show (weekly)

        by Katie Cunningham
            The Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey circus is back in Tucson with a new show, Fully Charged ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Guest Commentary (weekly)

        By harassing the feds to make a profit, the Center for Biological Diversity makes environmentalists look bad
            by Ted Williams
            It has taken me decades to be recognized as an environmental extremist. My ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Ask a Mexican! (weekly)

        by Gustavo Arellano
            Dear Mexican: I'm wondering how Mexicans feel about the communities of American expats springing ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Cerebral yet Carnal (weekly)

        Titus Andronicus hopes to avoid pillow fights on this trip to Tucson
            by Michael Petitti
            Just past the ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Barrier Rebuilt (weekly)

        As a new wall is built through Nogales, well-known art is being relocated or destroyed
            by Margaret Regan ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Borderline Insanity (weekly)

        A new book details the billions of dollars spent on failed U.S.-Mexico security projects
            by Tim Vanderpool ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Beyoncé: 4 (Columbia) (weekly)

        by Sean Bottai
            On 4, when Beyoncé says "I," she means we or us or you. Or at least she makes it easy to believe ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
It Ain't Easy ... (weekly)

        'Green Lantern' melds a lame premise with lazy special effects
            by Bob Grimm
            After a brief appearance ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
City Week (weekly)

        Story Slam; El Dia de San Juan Fiesta; Himmel Park Library celebrates an anniversary; Local play inspired by Bill Hicks! ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Mailbag (weekly)

        Help for jaguars; Issues with Leo Banks; Getting the word out about Kino Sports Complex
            Jaguars Getting Help Through Multiple Initiatives Thank you for a positive story on the success of cross-border ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Red Meat (weekly)

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2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
For the Right Listeners (weekly)

        Other Lives' 'Tamer Animals' is one of the richest indie-rock albums of 2011
            by Gene Armstrong
            Jesse ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Playing in the Dirt (weekly)

        Julian Dodge Hayden—septic-tank contractor and amateur archaeologist—tells his own story
            by Tim Hull ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Police Dispatch (weekly)

        Kissing the clerk; Conspiracies everywhere
            by Anna Mirocha
              [ Read more ]
        [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ] ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Editor's Note (weekly)

        It's Called Tough Love
            by Jimmy Boegle
            Every so often, the Tucson Weekly is accused of being unsupportive—of downtown, of Tucson as a whole, of business, of the arts community, of the dining scene, ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Okkervil River: I Am Very Far (Jagjaguar) (weekly)

        by Michael Petitti
            Will Sheff is operating on a higher plane these days. On Okkervil River's stunning I Am Very ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Big Heat, and how to survive it (starnet-local)

The hottest day of the year is behind us (hopefully), and summer
has officially kicked off.

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
County gives 2nd advisory on ozone (starnet-local)

Pima County issued its second ozone advisory in a row Wednesday
morning, but the health threat from ozone pollution wasn’t as bad
during the afternoon compared with the day before.

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Buffer zone helps slow Monument Fire’s march (starnet-local)

More than half of the Monument Fire is now contained as crews
have managed to limit the destructive fire’s growth in recent days,
officials said Wednesday.

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
For monsoon rains to ‘set up,’ this pressure cooker is needed (starnet-local)

Hot, hot, hot.

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
New Rillito paths worry residents (starnet-local)

Pima County is hoping folks will ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Deaths (starnet-local)

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

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Correction (starnet-local)

A brief in Law and Order Tuesday on Page A3 gave a wrong date
for a fatal crash. A bicyclist pedaling across Interstate 19 was
hit by a minivan and killed late Saturday.

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Sign up for July swim lessons (starnet-local)

Registration for Pima County swim lessons begins Friday.

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Man who died in midtown Tucson fire is ID'd (starnet-local)

The man who died Tuesday in a fire in his midtown apartment was
identified as Jerry Makrouer, 75.

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Hottest temps in Tucson, surrounding area this year prompts heat advisory (starnet-local)

The hottest temperatures so far ... read more

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Today's radar-van locations (starnet-local)

The city’s two police radar vans are scheduled to snap
photographs of speeders at these locations today:

2011-06-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 23 2011\
Arizona at 100: Firefighting manpower, equipment get a boost (starnet-local)

In this year leading ... read more

2010-10-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 10 2010\
Politico: Grijalva "In A Dead Heat" (weekly)

        Politico suggests that Congressman Raul Grijalva is facing a real challenge from political newcomer Ruth McClung:
Add Rep. Raul Grijalva to the growing list of Democratic worries this election season.
Party operatives say there's increasing ... read more

2010-10-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 10 2010\
McCain: "No One Needs Their Taxes Cut!" Want To Try That Again, Senator? (weekly)

        We’ll have more about the Tucson Tea Party event in this week’s TW, but we wanted to mention that Sen. John McCain had quite a senior moment during his stump speech to the crowd today.
“We’ve got make sure we ... read more

2010-10-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 10 2010\
The scoop: Host exits 'Arizona Illustrated' for new radio slot (starnet-local)

Tucson is losing an ... read more

2010-10-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 10 2010\
Get involved (starnet-local)

Browse hundreds of volunteer opportunities online at, the Volunteer Center of Southern Arizona's
website. For personalized assistance or more information
on any of the volunteer

2010-10-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 10 2010\
Radar van locations (starnet-local)

The city's two police radar vans are scheduled to snap
photographs of speeders at these locations today, according to the
Tucson Police Department:

2010-10-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 10 2010\
Deaths (starnet-local)

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

2010-10-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 10 2010\
Neighbors: Busy mom finds yet another role operating kids-activities website (starnet-local)

As if she didn't have ... read more

2010-10-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 10 2010\
Neto's Tucson: Journalist's death in '70 still haunts Chicanos across US (starnet-local)

Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez was in his mid-teens, living in
East Los Angeles, when a massive anti-war demonstration in
late-summer 1970 turned violent.

2010-10-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 10 2010\
Neighborhood Briefs (starnet-local)


2010-10-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 10 2010\
Car show's proceeds to help put kids on road to reading (starnet-local)

There's more than one ... read more

2010-10-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 10 2010\
Lottery (starnet-local)

Drawings for Saturday, Oct. 9

2010-10-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 10 2010\
PRINT EXCLUSIVE: Dishing the political dirt (starnet-local)

A prominent state Republican was stripped of his internal party
voting privileges this week for endorsing the "wrong"

2010-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2010\
KIDCO fees will triple, to $300 a school year (starnet-local)
Parents will have to shell out three times as much to keep their kids in the city's KIDCO after-school program next school year. The City Council approved the increase this month to  help balance the budget.

2010-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2010\
UA student gets the 'dream' invite to Obama speech (starnet-local)
A University of Arizona freshman who spent the summer as a White House intern will be a special guest of first lady Michelle Obama's for the president's State of the Union address tonight.

2010-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2010\
Idle building downtown weighed as UA class space (starnet-local)
University of Arizona students could be taking classes in a downtown Tucson architecture and urban design studio as soon as this fall.

2010-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2010\
TUSD to quadruple its Internet speed at a cost of $500K (starnet-local)
For years, TUSD has been plagued by slow technology, but on Tuesday night the Governing Board approved spending more than $500,000 to improve Internet speed across the district by fourfold.

2010-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2010\
They head for washes, camps, shelters for tally (starnet-local)
Leslie Carlson spent part of Tuesday night driving around Tucson's south side searching for those who live on the streets.

2010-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2010\
Collectors warned on sales of 'rare' $2 bills here (starnet-local)
Arizona collectors are being cautioned about an advertisement for "rare" Arizona $2 bills.

2010-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2010\
Tucson man gets 22 years in '08 park shooting (starnet-local)
A Tucson man who shot and killed a man walking his dog in a city park in November 2008 was sentenced to 22 years in prison Tuesday by a judge who blasted the gunman for his account of what happened that day and his courtroom apology.

2010-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2010\
Unions, councilman propose city cutbacks (starnet-local)
Sell Randolph North Golf Course. Tax University of Arizona students for parking and textbooks. Spin off the city's parking garages into a separate parking authority.

2010-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2010\
UA to combine media, theatre arts programs (starnet-local)
Citing state budget cuts, the University of Arizona will combine its media arts program with its theatre arts program.

2010-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2010\
GOP's 'ticked-off' 4 tell why they want to replace Giffords (starnet-local)
About 350 people filed into a high school auditorium in Vail Tuesday night to see the four Republicans trying unseat U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords square off.

2010-01-27 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 27 2010\
Political Notebook : GOP elated at yearly meet; Dems? Um, not so much (starnet-local)
It's that time of year. The state Democratic and Republican parties held their annual "Where do we go from here?" meetings in Phoenix on Saturday. And my, how quickly times change.

2008-08-26 2 at UMC named March of Dimes nurses of the year (citizen-local)
Two University Medical Center nurses have been named March of Dimes Arizona Nurses of the Year.
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2008-08-26 2nd Green Valley water line proposed (starnet-local)
The Central Arizona Project water pipeline that would serve the Rosemont copper mine and Green Valley water companies has a competitor.
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2008-08-26 After deal, woman admits role in killings of 2 Payne children (starnet-local)
Reina Gonzales testified Monday that she did nothing to stop Christopher Payne from starving his children and keeping them locked in a closet until they died.
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2008-08-26 Apartment dwellers checking in downtown (citizen-local)
One North Fifth Apartments give University of Arizona junior Kimberly Thomas just what she's looking for: a six-story high rise, Hotel Congress across the street, her job at the soon-to-open On a Roll two blocks away.
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2008-08-26 Az delegates talk about team-building (citizen-local)
Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard's home life reflects what he calls the central challenge of the Democratic National Convention as it opens Monday in Denver.
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2008-08-26 Birth center wants families for salute (citizen-local)
The Birth and Women's Health Center, an El Rio Clinic, is searching for children who were born at the birth center, along with their parents, since it opened in 1982.
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2008-08-26 Candidate's removal ends TUSD board race (starnet-local)
The race for three seats on the Tucson Unified School District Governing Board is effectively over.
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2008-08-26 Concert at Udall Park will celebrate animals (citizen-local)
Round up your pets and your family for a free concert on Saturday at Udall Park, according to an announcement from the sponsors.
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2008-08-26 Convention talk adds to governor's standing (citizen-local)
In 2000, then-Arizona Attorney General Janet Napolitano made arguably her first splash on the national political stage with an address to the Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles.
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2008-08-26 Cop who let teen flush evidence of 'leafy substance' gets job back (starnet-local)
A Tucson police officer who was fired after allowing a boy to flush a "leafy substance" down the toilet has won has job back, his attorney said Monday.
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2008-08-26 Cops seize 660 lbs. of pot; 3 men later arrested (citizen-local)
Three men were arrested and 660 pounds of marijuana were seized last week by detectives from the Counter Narcotics Alliance in Pima County.
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2008-08-26 Cops: Motorcyclist who died going at 'high rate of speed' (citizen-local)
A Tucson motorcyclist traveling at a "high rate of speed" was killed Sunday night.
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2008-08-26 Deaths (citizen-local)
Compiled by Jared Juan. For information, call 573-4561.
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2008-08-26 Deaths (starnet-local)

  The deceased are from Tucson unless otherwise noted. Occupations are stated when available.
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2008-08-26 Denogean: Tucsonan is a rock in protest over islets (citizen-local)
A heated international dispute over a tiny pair of islands  prompted the return of a Tucson resident to his homeland of South Korea to stage a one-man, monthlong protest against Japan.
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2008-08-26 Dumpers: Go on; make trash cop's day (citizen-local)
K.C. Custer has been shot at for picking up garbage. He's been thrown off a junked-up property by the collar of his shirt.
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2008-08-26 Group for grandparents raising grandkids starts (citizen-local)
A support group for grandparents raising grandchildren has been started on the West Side.
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2008-08-26 LOTTERY (citizen-local)
For August 25
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2008-08-26 Lightning strikes school building; damage is minor (starnet-local)
Lightning struck a building at Rincon/University High Schools shortly after 1 p.m. Monday, blowing apart several cinder blocks and strewing them across a patio, a TUSD news release said.
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2008-08-26 Marana study may avert costly change (starnet-local)
Marana has completed a major step in its battle with the Federal Emergency Management Agency with the submission of a drainage study that town officials hope will keep nearly all of a 19-square-mile area out of a high-risk flood zone.
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2008-08-26 Motorcyclist killed in Midtown collision (starnet-local)
Tucson police believe that excessive speed was a factor in a crash that left a 25-year-old motorcyclist dead Sunday in Midtown.
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2008-08-26 Naked man held in UA campus assault (starnet-local)
A naked man attacked a UA employee on campus early this morning, shoving the victim into a bathroom and grabbing at his crotch, a police spokesman said.
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2008-08-26 No More Homeless Animals Day (city)
Tucson marks the 3rd annual No More Homeless Animals Day with a free benefit concert to honor Tucson's companion animals.
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2008-08-26 No joke: Free UA screening of Ledger's last 'Knight' tale showing free at UA - no joke (citizen-local)
Check out actor Heath Ledger in all his Joker creepiness for free Wednesday at the University of Arizona Mall, just east of Old Main.
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2008-08-26 Plan to curb spending votes makes ballot (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — An initiative giving voters a chance to make it harder for future voters to raise taxes or fees will be added to the November ballot.
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2008-08-26 Sahuarita turns down 4-day workweek (starnet-local)
The Sahuarita Town Council rejected a proposed four-day workweek for town employees Monday when it deadlocked on a staff request for more time to study the idea.
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2008-08-26 Sneak peek today at new Pearl Harbor Museum (starnet-local)
Tucsonans will get a chance to preview the new Pearl Harbor Museum and Visitor's Center at the USS Arizona in Hawaii at the University of Arizona today.
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2008-08-26 Study: Human error causes many drone mishaps (citizen-local)
MARCH AIR RESERVE BASE, Calif. - As the U.S. military scrambles to get more robotic warplanes such as the Predator aloft, it is confronting an unexpected adversary: human error.
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2008-08-26 Supervisor primary foes trade salvos on tax burden (starnet-local)
Pima County supervisor candidate Joe Higgins says county government is bloated and taxpayers here pay too much. To make his case, he points to other counties he says are comparable in size where taxpayers pay much less.
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2008-08-26 Teen held in attack on cops ruled incompetent (starnet-local)
A Tucson teenager accused of stabbing one police officer and shooting another is mentally incompetent and unable to stand trial, at least for now.
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2008-08-26 Tucson Time Capsule : Disco-era grease (starnet-local)
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2008-08-26 Tucson picked in top 8 for trail running (citizen-local)
Tucson has been selected as a Top 8 trail running town in America by the sport's leading publication.
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2008-08-26 UA adds fee to fund boost in safety efforts (citizen-local)
A student fee assessed for the  the first time this fall will go directly to increasing student safety at the University of Arizona.
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2008-08-26 Voters may put brakes on initiatives (citizen-local)
PHOENIX - An initiative to put new restraints on the initiative process itself is headed for Arizona's November general election ballot.
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2008-08-26 Weeds, half-done remodel bug neighbors in Midtown (starnet-local)
Seems like just about every neighborhood has a problem property that makes neighbors cringe and triggers multiple complaints to the local government to force the cleanup of trash, weeds, junk cars or all of the above.
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2008-08-26 Wild horse herds facing slaughter (citizen-local)
PHOENIX - A herd of 19 mud-splattered wild horses and burros found a new home this month at an adoption in Show Low
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2008-08-26 Wire thieves strip SE Side street lights (citizen-local)
A thief or thieves stripped copper wire from at least two Southeast Side street lights Sunday, making off with an undetermined length of wire, authorities said.
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2008-08-26 YWCA looking for scholarship nominations (citizen-local)
Do you know a young woman who has overcome a challenge in her life?
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