Barbara Ann (Gerber) Hall, our beloved Wife, Mom, Grammies and Great-Grammies, eclipsed into heaven on August 16, 2022, home and surrounded by family. She was born 87 years ago to Roy and Esther Hilty Gerber, on the family farm in Versailles, Missouri. The love of family, the desire to serveRead More →

Loving and kind mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunt and friend, Deborah Lynn (Hawking) Morris, 69, passed away on 12/08/2022. She was born to parents Margie and Jerry Hawking on 11/23/1952 in Aurora, IL. She attended Sts Simon and Jude Catholic Elementary School and graduated from Washington High School in 1970.Read More →

Arizona State is currently swimming in choppy waters. The NCAA has opened an investigation into alleged recruiting violations by head coach Herm Edwards’ staff. Since then, the Sun Devils have lost five assistant coaches, including the two coordinators. Nevertheless, their players are still expected to perform. Who are Arizona State’sRead More →

Republican primary voters on Tucson’s northwest side, far east and Rita Ranch area are embracing the party’s MAGA wing, according to preliminary results from state Senate District 17. With nearly every precinct flagged Wednesday at noon, Justine Wadsack, who describes herself as a “Pro Trump America First” conservative, was poisedRead More →

The NCAA recruiting investigation into Arizona State’s football program is not close to being resolved, according to comments from ASU President Michael Crow to The Athletic on Tuesday. “I know we haven’t been very vocal about anything from my office because the NCAA asks us not to say anything,” CrowRead More →

David Valdez Lopez (“Luchie”) Obituary – The Arizona Republic David Valdez Lopez (“Luchie”), 79, of Guadalupe passed away peacefully on July 28, 2022 surrounded by his loved ones. He worked in the trucking industry where he delivered different crops throughout Arizona and surrounding states. As a teenager, he met NellieRead More →

Oregon-based Pac-12 reporter John Canzano wanted to double-check and make sure his many sources were all aligned on one particular point. Canzano, who is also a columnist and radio host, delved into a story about the realignment of college sports. It wrote the following in its substack: There have beenRead More →

Republican primary voters on Tucson’s Northwest Side, Far East Side and Rita Ranch area are embracing the party’s MAGA wing, according to preliminary results from the state Senate District 17. With nearly every precinct flagged Wednesday at noon, Justine Wadsack, who describes herself as a “Pro Trump America First” conservative,Read More →

The Pac-12 conference predictions are in and they’re generally not kind to Arizona State and Arizona in their projected arrival at the conference. But it doesn’t take too impressive a win-loss record to make a game of college football. Will ASU and Arizona make bowl games this season? We lookedRead More →