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Mayor Satish Hiremath will join a majority of the Oro Valley Town Council in facing a recall election in November. Sparked by the town's recent deal to purchase the El Conquistador Country Club and golf course, the recall effort has targeted the nonpartisan elected officials. Read more»

Three incumbents on the Oro Valley Town Council might be facing an election sooner than they'd planned, as recall petitions were filed Monday against Lou Waters, Joe Hornat and Mary Snider. Read more»

Oro Valley mayoral and Town Council candidates listen to the rules of the debate at the Oro Valley Public Library on Wednesday.

Oro Valley mayoral and Town Council candidates faced off Wednesday at the Oro Valley Public Library in a debate before the Aug. 26 primary. Candidates in the nonpartisan election addressed political discord in the town, the OV Police Department budget, and the local economy. Read more»

A debate Wednesday will see Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath, challenger Patrick Straney and Town Council candidates Donald Bristow, Joe Hornat, Mary Snider and Lou Waters give their take on the issues facing the suburban community. Read more»

Satish Hiremath will be the next Oro Valley mayor, after edging out Mike Zinkin by just 30 votes in last week's election. Read more»

Children hold signs supporting the temporary one-cent sales tax increase, which will benefit education, on Monday.

Proposition 100 was approved by a statewide landslide. With 99 percent of polls reporting, 64 percent favored the temporary three-year hike in the sales tax to fund education, health and public safety programs. Read more» 1