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2011-04-11 \Tucson\News\Daily\Apr 11 2011\
Tucson Padres Wrap First Series Against Sky Sox (weekly)

        The Tucson Padres ended up splitting their first-ever series, winning two and losing to the Colorado Springs Sky Sox. The Padres are off to Salt Lake City this week before they make their Tucson debut on Friday, April 15.&hellip ... read more

2011-04-11 \Tucson\News\Daily\Apr 11 2011\
Antenori: Majority of Mid-City Tucson Residents Don't Pay Taxes "Or Receive Some Gov't Subsidy" (weekly)

        Patrick McNamara of Inside Tucson Business looks in at relations between Republican lawmakers and Republican Councilman Steve Kozachik, who is sticking up for Tucson residents in the face of proposed state laws that would cripple ... read more

2011-04-11 \Tucson\News\Daily\Apr 11 2011\
Arizona Week: Focus on Education (weekly)

Mike Chihak invited me to talk about education on Friday's Arizona Week. The episode is an instructive look at how the latest budget cuts are going to result in larger class sizes, fewer books and less staff support. I learned ... read more

2011-04-11 \Tucson\News\Daily\Apr 11 2011\
The Legislative Session, So Far (weekly)

Since I was down at the studio for Arizona Week anyway, Christoper Conover was kind enough to invite me to join him for a quick talk about the Legislature on Friday's Arizona Illustrated.
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2011-04-11 \Tucson\News\Daily\Apr 11 2011\
Join today's StarNet chat on 'Arizona at 100' section (starnet-local)

Join the Star's M. Scot Skinner and Bobbie Jo Buel today at noon
for a live online chat about Sunday's special centennial section,
"Arizona at 100: The Old West: Legends, Lore, Facts and Fiction,

2011-04-11 \Tucson\News\Daily\Apr 11 2011\
Radar van locations (starnet-local)

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

2011-04-11 \Tucson\News\Daily\Apr 11 2011\
Lottery (starnet-local)

Drawings for Saturday, April 9

2011-04-11 \Tucson\News\Daily\Apr 11 2011\
Hot Wheels to use design painted on Yuma cop vehicles (starnet-local)

YUMA - The hot new design ... read more

2011-04-11 \Tucson\News\Daily\Apr 11 2011\
UA now leads in tally of Peace Corps Fellows (starnet-local)

After years of ranking in the top 10, the University of Arizona
now leads the list of schools with the most Peace Corps

2011-04-11 \Tucson\News\Daily\Apr 11 2011\
Nogales, Son. strives to polish image (starnet-local)

Words can hurt. But ... read more

2011-04-11 \Tucson\News\Daily\Apr 11 2011\
Sunnyside plans for healthy way to put kids in motion (starnet-local)

In an effort to curb ... read more

2011-04-11 \Tucson\News\Daily\Apr 11 2011\
Tucson Oddity: No fishing or swimming? No problem: no water (starnet-local)

Water sports are definitely ... read more

2011-04-11 \Tucson\News\Daily\Apr 11 2011\
Race for the Cure draws 11,000 to Reid Park today (starnet-local)

More than 11,000 people participated in today’s 13th annual
Susan G. Komen Southern Arizona Race for the Cure at Reid

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Power and Growth (weekly)

        The Democratic Corporation Commission candidates all support renewable-energy standards—to varying degrees
            by Dave Devine
            Two Tucson-area state legislators who ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
City Week (weekly)

        Monsoon Jamboree; Milagros; Out in the Silence showing; HarvestFest 2010
            by D.J. Ochoa
            If 'Jamboree' Is in the Name, You Know It's Fun Monsoon Jamboree 7 p.m., Monday ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Cruel and Unusual (weekly)

        Paul Rudd and Steve Carell deserve better material than they get in 'Dinner for Schmucks'
            by Bob Grimm
            Dinner for Schmucks isn't a total clunker; it's got some decent ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Setting Sun: Fantasurreal (Young Love) (weekly)

        by Gene Armstrong
            Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Gary Levitt, who plays most of the instruments on the latest full-length CD from his project Setting Sun, is adept at contrasts. His music ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
The Skinny (weekly)

        CD 8 candidates talk abortion Â… Al Melvin agrees to debate Â… Could a Republican take the “safe” LD 28 Senate seat?
            by Jim Nintzel
            ABORTION AND CD 8 Former state ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Eric Who? (weekly)

        A middle-age British postal worker in crisis gets advice from a pot-induced imaginary friend
            by James DiGiovanna
            If you're a huge Eric Cantona fan, you're not going ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Feel the Heat (weekly)

        Diablos takes typical sports-bar fare and kicks it up a notch
            by Jacqueline Kuder
            Sports-bar-type establishments are generally good for a greasy burger, a plethora of ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
The Tangelos: Greatest Hits (Self-Released) (weekly)

        by Gene Armstrong
            Titling your debut album Greatest Hits could be considered either the height of arrogance or an ironic joke. I'm guessing the fact that The Tangelos have named their CD Greatest ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Media Watch (weekly)

        continues to evolve
            by John Schuster
            TUCSONCITIZEN.COM CONTINUES TO EVOLVE Mark Evans said he vividly remembers the day in May 2009 when Gannett finally ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
T Q&A (weekly)

        Scotty Lulu
            by Adam Lehrer
            Scotty Lulu, owner of Scotty V.I.P. Cab Service, has always been passionate about cars. After moving to Tucson from Brooklyn in 1997, he applied ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Noshing Around (weekly)

        Empire Pizza and Pub; Prickly Pears; The Meat Man; Local-Food Fair; Update: Downtown Monkey Burger
            by Adam Borowitz
            Empire Pizza and Pub Downtown welcomes yet another ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Thieves Like Us: Again and Again (Shelflife) (weekly)

        by Annie Holub
            The music of Thieves Like Us is saturated with the unmistakable sounds of new wave—specifically, synth sounds straight out of Joy Division, New Order and The Cure's sound ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Political Push (weekly)

        by Jimmy Boegle
            Early primary-election voting is underway as of July 29—and that means the Tucson Weekly's political push is also underway. This week's issue includes our endorsements ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Kromko's Comeback? (weekly)

        In Arizona's most crowded legislative primary, a local political gadfly hopes to end a losing streak
            by Hank Stephenson
            Former state lawmaker John Kromko is trying to ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Silly Shakespeare (weekly)

        Beowulf Alley clowns around with 'Romeo and Juliet'
            by Sherilyn Forrester
            Clowning around can be hard work. It takes a mastery of specific physical skills, like pratfalls ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Never Satisfied (weekly)

        Ariel Pink has come a long way since his early home recordings
            by Gene Armstrong
            For singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Ariel Pink, making music generally has ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
¡Ask a Mexican! (weekly)

        by Gustavo Arellano
            Dear Mexican: As an old gringo who calls himself a gringo (not a gabacho), I study Mexican culture and ask myself, "Where have I seen this before?" The answer invariably ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Danehy (weekly)

        In Tom's cruelest-month housekeeping file: yellow lights, guns and Phlebas the Phoenician
            by Tom Danehy
            As we're coming up on August, I'll do some housecleaning. I once ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Weekly Wide Web (weekly)

        The Unfair Edit
            by Nick Smith
            Two weeks ago, who would've predicted that a U.S. Department of Agriculture bureaucrat would become the center of the race debate? If you ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Nature of Modernity (weekly)

        The great 1927 film 'Metropolis' inspires UAMA's latest exhibition
            by Margaret Regan
            A mad scientist in the movie Metropolis, complete with frizzled white hair and a ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Soundbites (weekly)

        Help your local artists; For the gulf; On the bandwagon
            by Stephen Seigel
            HELP YOUR LOCAL ARTISTS Just as the insane, and hopefully illegal, Senate Bill 1070 goes into ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
K.Rat (weekly)

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2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Messina (weekly)

        No defeatist attitude here: Tucson's artists take pride in our community
            by Irene Messina
            "Good luck, Tucson; you'll need it." This is part of a comment left at TucsonWeekly ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Police Dispatch (weekly)

        Knee jerk; The devil made them do it
            by Anna Mirocha
            KNEE JERK INTERSTATE 10 JULY 3, 7:19 P.M. A drunk man pretended to be partially paralyzed to make trouble during ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Nothing Lasts Forever (weekly)

        UA astronomer Chris Impey ponders the end of the universe in an entertaining, fascinating way
            by Paul Wine
            Astronomers used to think that at some point down the road ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Deaths (starnet-local)

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

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Community calendar (starnet-local)


2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Lottery (starnet-local)

Drawings for Wednesday, July 28

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Groups offer homeless aid in dealing with heat, rain (starnet-local)

Cloudy skies and rainy ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Other fatal crashes (starnet-local)

Medical helicopter crashes in Arizona

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Brewer 'confident' law is constitutional (starnet-local)

PHOENIX - Gov. Jan Brewer ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
The Scoop: KOLD news' Anchondo takes job in Indianapolis (starnet-local)

Friday will mark KOLD-TV morning anchorwoman Jenny Anchondo's
last day on the air in Tucson after three years. She's headed to a
Fox affiliate in Indianapolis.

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Submit a letter to the editor about the immigration ruling (starnet-local)

Over the next few days, the print edition of the Star will
publish letters to the editor about Judge Susan Bolton’s

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
All 3 aboard medical helicopter die in crash (starnet-local)

Three people were killed ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Transcript of today's live chat on immigration ruling (starnet-local)

University of Arizona ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Judge blocks vital parts of Arizona immigration law (starnet-local)

A federal judge this ... read more

2010-07-29 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 29 2010\
Storm forces closure of 3 Tucson-area roads (starnet-local)

Three roads south of Tucson remain closed following Tuesday’s heavy rains.

2009-11-15 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 15 2009\
Giving Tree disputes findings; it plans audit, advisory panel (starnet-local)
The Giving Tree will hire an independent auditor to review its finances and issue a public report to reassure donors about where their money is going, a spokesman said.

2009-11-15 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 15 2009\
Border program has vague goals, little oversight (starnet-local)
A federal program touted as a model for using local law enforcement to help control our borders is handing out $165 million — but with little tracking of how the money is spent, no clear objective and no benchmarks for success, an Arizona Daily Star ... read more

2009-11-15 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 15 2009\
Officers worked long shifts, accrued sizable pay (starnet-local)
BISBEE — To see what can happen when a multimillion-dollar program has limited guidelines and loose oversight, look no further than Bisbee.

2009-11-15 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 15 2009\
Operation Stonegarden raises concerns of racial profiling (starnet-local)
The U.S. Border Patrol and local law enforcement agree that officers are not supposed to enforce immigration laws while on Operation Stonegarden shifts.

2009-11-15 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 15 2009\
1 day, hundreds adopted (starnet-local)
Jeremy Upton is a big guy with a spiral silver earring, tattoos, a goatish beard and an embrace expansive enough to contain at least seven children.

2009-11-15 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 15 2009\
Shocker doesn't arrive in time for lobster fundraiser (starnet-local)
About 1,800 live lobsters were boiled in the traditional manner at a Saturday fundraising event after a loaned crustacean shocker failed to arrive.

2009-11-15 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 15 2009\
TUSD teacher accused of abusing students is facing termination (starnet-local)
A teacher accused of shoving and hitting his fourth-grade students at Warren Elementary School is facing termination.

2009-11-15 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 15 2009\
Political notebook : Shadegg ventriloquizes a baby and has no regrets (starnet-local)
Congressman John Shadegg was mocked by funnyman Jon Stewart and chastised by Bill O'Reilly for his floor speech against the health-care reform bill when it came up for a vote last Saturday.

2009-11-15 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 15 2009\
Sunnyside schools to get security upgrades (starnet-local)
Since August, burglars have caused more than $90,000 in damage and property loss in the Sunnyside Unified School District.

2009-11-15 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 15 2009\
Neighbors Briefs (starnet-local)

  Swim center to mark 5 years of operation

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