Republican candidate Abraham Hamadeh should tell voters why the United States Army Reserve is investigating him.Read More »
When Michael Luna left for basic training with the Arizona Army National Guard in July, little did he know what his time would be occupied with when he would return home in December.
Finding a job.
An early resident in the Flagstaff area was German Ludwig Veit (pronounced Wait) who homesteaded at 8,500 feet on a slope of Mt. Agassiz, one of the peaks of San Francisco Mountain. He received a patent to the 160-acre parcel in 1891. Two springs and a relatively flat area to farm prompted Veit to select the unlikely spot where he and his family lived for two decades. Their nearest human neighbors were five miles away in Hart Prairie or Fort Valley, many of whom were also of German descent. The property then became a bird study area and later, the Lamar Haines Memorial Environmental Study Area.Read More »
As she tearfully prepared to send a third son to serve the U.S. military in a war zone, Tucson resident Barbara Medrano said it doesn’t get any easier. “The only thing that helps me is that it’s a choice,” she ...Read More »