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Arizona Early Music Society President, Bette Arnett (center) and Treasurer, Jeffri Sanders (right) discuss the AEMS and its upcoming events.

Tunes From A Time Gone By

For fans of music, a local group wants you to think back

Real Estate Agent Jenni Zimmerman (center) and Broker Bob Zimmerman (right), both of Mount Lemmon Realty, talk about some of the attractions and economic situations up on Mt. Lemmon from residents and they also mention their restaurant that they will be opening soon.

Getting Away to Mt. Lemmon

People flock to snow in the winter, cooler weather in the summer.

Mount Lemmon Ski Valley, north of Tucson, in January 2012.

Snowy Winter Brings Skiers, Spending to Mt. Lemmon

Favorable weather conditions and an early season start boost Summerhaven's still-recovering economy

TUSD children in classroom.

No More Private School Testing, Senate Says

A bill moving through the state Senate removes testing requirements for certain private schools

January 19, 1862- This Day in Arizona History

Arizona Becomes a Confederate Territory

January 18, 1981- This Day in Arizona History

Jimmy Lopez Freed from Iranian Captors

January 17, 1871- This Day in Arizona History

A Tree Grows in Phoenix

January 16, 1899- This Day in Arizona History

NAU Established

January 15, 1861- This Day in Arizona History

Sarah Sorin Born

January 14, 1894- This Day in Arizona History

Alianza Hispano-Americana Formed

American Experience: Custer’s Last Stand

American Experience looks at one of the most charismatic and contradictory American leaders of the 19th century. Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Copper at the Crossroads Part 4: Some Thrived, Some Died

A look at the colorful history of Arizona's copper mining towns

Tiny Life Thrives in Dark Depths of Kartchner Caverns

UA-led microbe study could guide search for extraterrestrial life

Green Building Manager, Rich Franz-Under, discusses the construction projects that are encouraging Pima county residents with their own buildings.

Local Assistance Available for Sustainable Construction

Pima County's green building programs offer resources, guidance

Executive director of The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures, Nina Daldrup (left), and the museum director of marketing and communications, Gentry Spronken (right), discuss the first annual fundraising gala, Vegrandis, that will be held on Friday, January 27, 2012.

Museum of Miniatures Hosts Fund-raising Gala

Event will offer silent auction, exclusive access to new exhibit

Clogging Instructor, Duane Steele (left), and Vice-President of Square and Round Dance Association of Southern Arizona, Ron Sandefur (right), talk about the Southern Arizona Clogging Dance Festival.

Tucson Dancers Give U.S. Folk Traditions a Whirl

Dance festivals bring clogging, square dancing to Southern Arizona

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