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About: marana, arizona

In the south-central area of Arizona, the town of Marana is located. While the 2010 census lists the population as over 34,000 people, it is considered the fourth fastest-growing cities in the state. The city's name comes from the Spanish word for "thicket." The Marana Airfield trained about 10,000 pilots during World War II, making it one of the largest pilot training centers in the world. Also, the city became the host of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, a PGA Tour event, back in 2007. While Henrick Stenson won the inaugural event, Tiger Woods won it the following year.

Population: 34961
Local Newspapers: Arizona Daily Star
Local Sports Teams: Arizona Wildcats (NCAA) Tucson Padres (AAA baseball)
Local Colleges: University of Arizona

Zip Codes associated with marana, arizona: 85653
Towns/Cities near marana, arizona : Oro Valley Casas Adobes Picture Rocks Arva Valley Tortolita Flowing Wels Tucson

Marana News
The Strike Is On: Arizona Teachers Prepared for Walkout Next Week

Along with many Tucson schools, educators at Amphitheater High School hold a Red for Ed walk-in before school on April 11. Votes from all public school teachers and classified staff who chose to participate were tallied last night. Arizona Educators United and Arizona Education Association said they counted more than 50,000 ballots and about 78 percent voted to strike.

Sticking Around

Nicole Pogue and her husband both went to Thornydale as children. At the March 27 Marana Unified School District Governing Board meeting, she said if the school were to close, she would take her four children out of the district.

Gov. Ducey talks about sending National Guard to border

NOGALES, AZ - Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey was in Nogales Friday as National Guard troops arrived for Operation Guardian Shield. Ducey and Tucson Sector Chief Patrol Agent Rodolfo Karisch of the U.S. Border Patrol hosted a news conference to talk about the operation.

Thornydale Elementary saved from closure

MARANA, AZ - By a 2-2 vote of the Marana Unified School District Governing Board, Thornydale Elementary will not be closing. According to the board, there were not enough votes to close the school.

Editor's Note

A lot of people like to complain that there's nothing to do in Tucson, but this week sure proves them wrong. You've got KFMA Day out at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium, the inaugural Fest on Fourth , the Marana Bluegrass Festival, the Tucson Poetry Festival and a new spring concert series debuting at Hotel Congress.

Northwest Fire puts out brush fire in Marana

MARANA, AZ - A small brush fire burned about an acre in Marana Wednesday afternoon, according to a fire department spokesman. Brian Keeley, spokesman for the Northwest Fire Department, said the blaze was near North Coachline Boulevard and West Twin Peaks Road.

Arizona National Guard prepares for deployment

TUCSON, AZ - The first Arizona National Guard members bound for the border should arrive at Border Patrol Nogales station by Friday. Major General Michael T. McGuire, Director of the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs, made the announcement Wednesday at a press conference.

Country Thunder nuptials: Strangers help Arizona couple tie the knot

Country Thunder nuptials: Strangers help Arizona couple tie the knot Country Thunder Arizona campers pull off a last-minute country-music themed wedding for Marana couple. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2qiDvtp Michael Bissey and Mandy Crook decided to tie the knot at Country Thunder Arizona 2018 on Sunday, April 8, 2018 in Florence, Ariz.

Class Struggle

Thornydale parent Jacqueline Stein: "This school has been a miracle for our family. Please don't take my son's voice away.

Arizona Legislature Approves Hyperbaric Oxygenation Treatment for...

Veterans with traumatic brain injuries and selected post-traumatic stress disorder conditions would be eligible to participate in hyperbaric oxygenation therapy under a bill approved unanimously in both houses of the Arizona legislature and signed by Governor Doug Ducey on Mar 29, reports the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons . HB 2513 was sponsored by Rep. Mark Finchem, Republican, , Vice-Chairman of the Military, Veterans and Regulatory Affairs Committee.

DC Update

U.S. Rep. Tom O'Halleran represents Arizona's Congressional District 1, which includes Oro Valley, Marana as well as Flagstaff and much of eastern rural Arizona. He recently spoke with the Tucson Weekly about the latest in Congress.

Parents, community vocal to MUSD: "Save Thornydale"

TUCSON, AZ - The Marana Unified School District is one step closer to closing four decades of education, but they first heard an earful from the neighborhood. A public meeting was held Tuesday night, March 27, at Thornydale Elementary School on Old Father Drive.

ADOT's $128M I-10 Project in Marana Improves Traffic Flow

Besides providing better traffic movement, the $128 million project will improve safety at the location. Arizona Department of Transportation is improving traffic flow on Interstate-10 in Marana, Ariz., by constructing a new interchange bridge over I-10 and the Union Pacific Railroad Tracks at Ina Road.

Marana man helps ensure Arizona desert bighorn sheep thrive

The ram stood at the edge of the summit, almost posing, looking straight at Sheehey over a huge metal water tank. Sheehey quickly pulled out his binoculars, gripping them between old leather gloves.

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