The people of Tucson will soon be heading to the polls to vote in another election. The question that seems to be on everyone’s mind is: Which candidate is better for Tucson?
Obviously, in a nation of drastically divided politics, you have got the extremes on both sides touting the obvious advantages of their candidate. However, we live in a complex world, and things are not as simple as good candidate versus bad candidate, even though that is how the media wants to simplify things.
The people of Tucson must take Read the rest of this entry »
The new immigration law will have an immediate impact on Tucson as it becomes a focal point for arresting the flow of illegal aliens. The U.S. Senate version of the hotly debated law will require that 90 percent of illegals be caught or turned back at three crossing points along the U.S.-Mexico border.
One area targeted for increased scrutiny and enforcement will be the Nogalas frontier near Tucson. The federal government ranks the Nogalas area as a high-risk point where 120,000 illegals were nabbed in 2012.
The Senate bill would require that the Border Patrol reach Read the rest of this entry »
There is always something interesting happening in Tucson, Arizona. Read on to learn the latest news in the region.
The Pima Association of Governments is planning on building a new downtown office in Tucson, but the cost of the project has grown to over 1 million above the original estimates. This means that the taxpayer-funded group could pay as much as 20 percent more in annual rent for the space in the One East Broadway building.
Janet Read the rest of this entry »
There is a lot of places in Tuscon that can be enjoyable after a day of work. It really can be delightful city even if you don’t know anyone that lives there.
Lots of people that visit the area become obsessed with the eating establishments. Tuscon really has some great restaurants with a lot of great chefs. It’s a surprise to some people because everyone doesn’t think that they would find this type of fine cuisine here.
Another thing that really impresses lots of people is the areas is the museums. There are also some Read the rest of this entry »
How National Politics Will Affect The Tucson Area
The national state of politics will affect the Tucson area in many ways. Tucson politics have been predominantly republican based as is the state of Arizona. The trend of this year’s elections will certainly affect the outcome of political elections on a local level, such as in Tucson, Arizona. It seems the republican party is losing a lot of credibility with their selected candidate, Mitt Romney who has been sited Read the rest of this entry »
Flexibility is the name of the game when dealing with ever changing weather forecasts and local weather patterns. Always have a Plan B in mind if the weather won’t cooperate with your first choice of outing. And whatever part of the country you live in, learn to make the most of the local weather.
The Arizona weather pattern is conducive to a year around outdoor lifestyle, but temperatures do become quite hot in the Read the rest of this entry »
How National Weather Relates To Our Local Weather
National weather deeply affects weather on a local scale. Looking at the relationship between national versus local weather, one can see a very fast and logical trend that takes place. For example, weather coming from the west will affect the east in turn, and likewise weather from the north will drastically affect the south and vice versa. The reason being that weather moves and travels great distances, from the oceans and through Read the rest of this entry »
Tuscon residents may soon be barred from driving on Congress Street if Mayor Jonathan Rothschild has his way. The mayor envisions Congress Street becoming a pedestrian thoroughfare with shoppers and students using the new streetcar to explore Tuscon’s downtown.
Residents of Tuscon have met Mayor Rothschild’s proposal with skepticism. Congress Street’s badly deteriorated sidewalks are a hazard, residents claim, making a pedestrian thoroughfare with crumbing sidewalks an unusual choice to stimulate development downtown. The mayor claims it Read the rest of this entry »