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Pima County supervisors will decide on a proposed change to zoning rules to allow for marijuana dispensaries. The question is: Will the board allow public hearings/

Hard zoning or a conditional use permit? The Pima County supervisors must decide whether neighbors get a say in the location of new marijuana dispensaries. Marana is eying new impact fees and the public is invited to be heard. Read more»

The Pima County Fair, which was scheduled to begin in mid-April, has been canceled for this year, organizers announced Friday. Read more»

Record attendance at the Pima County Fair in April helped boost profits for its operators by seven percent for the fiscal year that ended June 30, according to an audit of the Southwestern Fair Commission. The fair saw more than 318,000 visitors. Read more»

Operators of the Pima County Fair, held in April, say it boosted the local economy by almost $35 million. Two University of Arizona experts say that appears to be exaggerated. Read more»

Smart v. Stupid: Ted Nugent sounds crazy -- until you understand who he's working for. He has a very important reason to get himself in the news; he’s launching his own line of Ted Nugent brand ammunition. Read more» 1