Category: Politics


  • Advocating for Accessibility: Green Valley’s ADA Upgrade Efforts

    Advocating for Accessibility: Green Valley’s ADA Upgrade Efforts

    Following a year-long campaign advocating for an ADA upgrade to improve accessibility at the crossing of La Cañada Drive and Continental Road, Fiona Taylor experienced a remarkable transformation in her ability to navigate the street confidently and effortlessly, thanks to the newly installed audible signal designed for the visually impaired. Challenges Faced: Inadequate Signals and…

  • Green Valley Fire Department Covering North Sahuarita

    Green Valley Fire Department Covering North Sahuarita

    The Green Valley Fire District is getting ready to take care of a new area in Sahuarita. Chief Chuck Wunder told his team about the plans on Monday. They have a lot of work to do before July 1st, when they’ll start helping in the areas where Rural/Metro used to work. Chief Wunder talked about…

  • Microsoft Windows Hides Dislikes From News EXACTLY One Year Before Election

    Microsoft Windows Hides Dislikes From News EXACTLY One Year Before Election

    Microsoft’s recent decision to remove the dislike count feature from its Windows News Feed, timed conspicuously just a year before the pivotal 2024 elections, has ignited a firestorm of speculation and debate. The timing of this move has prompted many to question whether it’s a mere coincidence or a calculated decision to suppress or manipulate…

  • Innovative Trucks: Caterpillar’s Showcase in Green Valley

    Innovative Trucks: Caterpillar’s Showcase in Green Valley

    Caterpillar is a big company that makes trucks and machines for building and digging. They have a special place in Green Valley called Tinaja Hills where they show off their newest stuff and teach people how to use it. The Tinaja Hills Learning and Demonstration Center is on 6,500 acres of land. It’s one of…

  • Green Valley Recreation: Budgets, Projects, Decisions Explained

    Green Valley Recreation: Budgets, Projects, Decisions Explained

    The Green Valley Recreation Executive Board had a meeting where they talked about money for the things they want to do. They decided on two budgets: one for regular things they do every year and one for new projects they want to start. They said they’re going to spend almost $11 million on the regular…

  • Sharon Bronson Steps Down: Reflecting on 27 Years of Service

    Sharon Bronson Steps Down: Reflecting on 27 Years of Service

    Pima County Supervisor Sharon Bronson has decided to step down after 27 years on the Board of Supervisors. Last week, she spent four days in the hospital after tripping over her 19-year-old cat. This incident made her realize it was time for a change. Bronson, 78, doesn’t want to stay in office as long as…

  • One Flag Wasn’t Enough For Sahuarita

    One Flag Wasn’t Enough For Sahuarita

    In Sahuarita, the town leaders made a decision about their flags. Instead of picking only one, they decided to keep both flags they currently have. This means that depending on different events or special occasions, the town staff will be responsible for choosing which flag to display. This way, they can use the most suitable…

  • Sahuarita Unified School District Receives $50 Million from Taxpayers

    Sahuarita Unified School District Receives $50 Million from Taxpayers

    On Tuesday night, voters in the Sahuarita Unified School District (SUSD) approved a $50 million bond. This means that the district will get money to do important projects. These projects include building a small theater at Walden Grove High School, improving security cameras, replacing the grass on athletic fields with artificial turf, and constructing new…

  • Judge Rules 2020 AZ Mail-In Voting Process Illegal

    Judge Rules 2020 AZ Mail-In Voting Process Illegal

    The public interest group Restoring Integrity and Trust in Elections celebrated a significant victory for election integrity after an Arizona court ruling on Friday. In March, RITE initiated a lawsuit against Democratic Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes, alleging that his office’s Elections Procedures Manual violated the law regarding the verification of mail-in ballot signatures.…