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John C. Scott

J.C. Scott: A conversation with U.S. Rep. Ron Barber

Tucsoncitizen.com's Mark B. Evans, developer Richard Studwell,U.S. Rep. Ron Barber, and Jim Small, editor of the Arizona Capitol Times.... Read more»

Praying for rain: Dia de San Juan fiesta celebrates monsoon

Hundreds gathered Monday for the 16th annual El Dia de San Juan Fiesta in hopes of bringing the monsoon to the sweltering desert.... Read more»

Murrieta Park focus of public discussion Monday

A final public meeting will focus on the future of Joaquin Murrieta Park on Monday evening.... Read more»

John C. Scott

J.C. Scott: Pima County bond projects proposed

Republican Ward 3 Tucson City Council candidate Ben Buehler-Garcia, Arizona Education Association President Andrew Morrill, DUI defense attorney Jim Nesci, Pima County Bond Advisory Committee Chairman Lawrence Hecker, and developer Richard Studwell.... Read more»

John C. Scott

J.C. Scott: El Rio and Grand Canyon University

Former Senator Frank Antenori, Sen. Steve Farley, Shelly Fishman Financial Adviser, Mike Varney President Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, Neighborhood Activist Miguel Ortega, GM Good News Communications Doug Martin... Read more»

Guest opinion

El Rio for all, not 'for sale'

An open letter to Councilmember Romero, Mayor and Council: I am strongly opposed to your proposal to sell or lease the El Rio Golf Course to the private Grand Canyon University. It appears that you and the Mayor and Council are rushing to discuss this drastically different vision for our community during a hastily planed executive session tomorrow. ... Read more»3

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: City of Tucson workers hope for raise

A legislative update from Tucson-area state Rep. Adam Kwasman, plus world-renowned comet discoverer Dr. David Levy, and an interview with Tucson City Councilwoman Regina Romero.... Read more»

Public discussion on Murrieta Park continues Thursday

A second open house public meeting will take place Thursday evening on the West Side as the city develops a master plan for Joaquín Murrieta Park. ... Read more»

Tee off on El Rio fate at Weds. meeting

What to do with the first grass golf course in Arizona will be the topic of a public meeting Wednesday night. A "Complete the Dreams" meeting will give residents a chance to comment on the future of El Rio Golf Course and neighboring Joaquin Murrieta Park.... Read more»

TUSD school closure hearing Monday night

TUSD will hold a public hearing Monday night to receive community input on 14 schools listed for potential closure.... Read more»

Guest opinion

Romero: TUSD inequities should prompt public input

The quality of our education system is critical to our children's future as well as the economic, cultural, and social success of our region. As Nelson Mandela once said, "education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." It is with this in mind that I share with you some information regarding the Tucson Unified School District and changes pending in our local system.... Read more»1

Forum set on SB 1070, racial profiling

A community forum on SB 1070 and the potential for racial profiling, organized by Councilwoman Regina Romero and religious leaders, is set for Tuesday evening. Appearing at the meeting will be Tucson Police Chief Roberto Villaseñor and City Attorney Mike Rankin.... Read more»1

Report: Cunningham sexually harassed city workers

City Councilman Paul Cunningham's behavior toward a trio to female city employees while on a May junket was sexual harassment, said a city report. Cunningham admitted "acting unprofessionally and making inappropriate comments" in a statement. (with full report)... Read more»1

Dorothy Adjovu, mayor's assistant, found dead

Executive assistant to the mayor and Democratic campaigner Dorothy Adjovu, 21, was found dead in her home Wednesday morning, police said. A candlelight vigil in her memory is set for Friday night at El Presidio Plaza, downtown.... Read more»1

Cunningham acknowledges 'drinking problem'

TucsonSentinel.com exclusive: Tucson City Councilman Paul Cunningham, embroiled in a controversy over sexual comments allegedly made while on an official trip, said Thursday that he has sought help for a drinking problem. (updated)... Read more»1

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