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Category - Faces of Vail

The Bra Spa is Helping You (and Your Girls) Feel...

Most ladies will agree. One of the biggest physical challenges women and girls face is finding a properly fitted bra. Now, there’s a new remedy for that with the opening of The Bra Spa...

Phoenix Riders

Phoenix Riders Sweep First Three Places in July 4th Race by J.J. Lamb “Ten fast riders, perfect weather and a fast course, everything looks fine for some fast records in the Tucson –...

Faces of Vail: Bob and Linda Long by Kimberly Crossland

Bob and Linda Long grew up on the East Coast (Bob in New York and Linda in Pennsylvania) with a common dream of retiring out west. When Bob retired from General Electric, the couple was...

Hike Smart in the Summer Heat by Shelley Littin

Several heat-related deaths occurred on Tucson’s trails in 2016, and 2017 already has set records for some of the hottest days in decades. To stay safe, it’s vital to understand the...

Steve Pakus

Faces of Vail: Steve Pakus by Kimberly Crossland Over twenty years ago, Steve Pakus lived in and met his wife, Patti, in Tucson. They soon moved up to Sedona, Arizona, but always had an...

Vail – 1948: Two Young Men Learn the Satisfaction of...

    Maxie Allen and Jim Matthews were busy having desert adventures and looking for odd jobs after school and on Saturdays to finance their purchases of gum, candy and soda pop at...

We’ve Got Some Good News!

  Last year,  an anonymous donor, who is also a motorcycle rider, provided the Pima County Sheriff’s Department with 10,000 dollars, to distribute that money to people in need, as...

One Million Meals

by Trent Thomas Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a non-profit organization that was founded to help children around the world that have the most severe food shortages. Countries such as...