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Rob and Michelle Harrington

Local Business is a Finalist for Copper...

Harrington Technologies, LLC is a​ full service IT company in Vail and has been nominated for the Cox Business Growth Copper Cactus Award. This local business supports a range of companies including medical offices, food service...

Ramon Morales Remembers: Surviving La...

by Bill Thayer Edited by J.J. Lamb “The first that I remember is when I came back from almost dying from the Spanish Flu, La Enfluenza Espanol. It came from Spain. I remember, when I came back, my mother said that they almost gave me up for...

In Your Dreams: Vampires

By Claire Schild There are many different types of dreams. However, dream experts, for the most part, all concur that three of the main types are physical dreams, review dreams, and symbolic dreams. Physical dreams are just that, you have an...

Dr. Francisco Garcia

Give Our Kids a Healthy Start

By Dr. Francisco Garcia Everyone says children are the future, but did you know the health of our children is critical to the future health of our community? Within public health we recognize a healthy child begins long before they go to school...

Meet the Corona de Tucson Interim Fire Chief

Simon P. Davis is the interim Chief with the Corona de Tucson fire department. Chief Davis has served as the interim chief since July 1st, after the resignation of Chief Andy Watson. Chief Davis retired from the Green Valley Fire District July...

crime in Rita Ranch

Neighborhood Crime

By Trent Thomas When Bob and Kathy moved to Arizona in 2004, they chose to live in Vail. “We were looking for a place to retire. We wanted to escape the hustle and bustle and look forward to the anticipation of having minimal crime as...

Our Power: TEP in Vail

It is a Saturday morning, and Vail resident Adolfo Hernandez wakes up, starts the coffee pot, turns on the kitchen lights, heats up the stove for pancakes, and retrieves ingredients from the refrigerator to prepare the family breakfast. Adolfo...

The Vail Chorale Begins its Fifth Year

Choral music-making in the Vail community continues to enrich the greater Vail area with opportunities for singers to join in blending their voices in four-part harmony, and for audience members to enjoy attending fall and spring...

Scholar to Explore Roadblocks to Middle East...

The late correspondent Eric Sevareid once said, “The chief cause of problems [in international affairs] is solutions.” The Middle East confirms that wisdom. Major sources of division today are a trail of failed solutions, according to Lisa...

Tenor’s Concert Ranges from Art Songs to...

Tenor Edgar Ricaud was born in Nogales, Arizona and graduated from the University of Arizona – a true son of our state. Growing up in Nogales, Sonora, he became interested in music and in singing at age 13 through a project in his school...