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About 100 residents from the Tucson area because US citizens on Friday 1 July, just in time for the holiday weekend.

Tucsonan Celebrates First July 4 as New U.S. Citizen

Dozens of new citizens begin new lives as citizens, volunteers provide help

Sonoran Glass Academy won for "Arts Education Program." We meet Alex Berger, asst. director

Sonoran Glass Art Academy of Tucson Wins 2011 Lumie Award

One of 10 local individuals/businesses to win TPAC honors

In a studio follow related to farming and food about the Sleeping Frog Farms in Cochise County, we talk a couple of Tucson residents who are members of Community Supported Agriculture in Tucson.

Farming by Subscription

Community Supported Agriculture helps growers, consumers alike

US Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' Office Hosts Deficit Reduction Town Hall

An opportunity on the UA campus for participants to hear from leading experts

Dick Warren , owner of Four Seas Home Made Ice Cream in Centerville, Mass.

An Ice Cream Show

A celebration of America's favorite frozen dessert and the places where you can buy a scoop. Thursday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Episode 25: Arizona Prepares for Its Statehood Centennial

Festivities, legacy projects, shining the Capitol Dome all in the plans

Episode 25: Arizona Prepares for Its Statehood Centennial

Festivities, legacy projects, shining the Capitol Dome all in the plans

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Full Interviews with State Centennial Planning Leaders

Dora Vasquez and Karen Churchard appear on *Arizona Week* Friday. Here is the complete interview

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Arizona Centennial: Moment in Time

Feb. 14, 2012 celebration will look to the past, present and future

Special Teams Descend On Coronado National Forest To Assess Fire Impact

Fire prevention and forest rehab teams work closely with Coronado officials to assist in post-fire efforts

Christopher Conover and Andrea Kelly interview two fiscal experts on the federal deficit.

Red and Blue: The Debt Ceiling

What is a debt ceiling and why does the deficit matter?

Replanting The Forest In The Wake of the Fire

“Trees For Arizona” program works with private landowners to re-plant native flora and create defensible space to prevent future fires

Surviving the Dust Bowl

The story of people who clung to their homes and way of life, enduring drought, dust, disease—even death—for nearly a decade. Tuesday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Arizona Budget 2012: How It Affects You

The state budget goes into effect July 1 with plenty of local impacts.

Andrea Kelly interviews Dyer Lytle, of the Jefferson Park neighborhood, on the future use of the closed Jefferson Park Elementary School.

What's Next for Closed Schools?

Neighborhoods want a voice in what happens to the vacant buildings

TUSD is Tucsons largest school district, but its been experiencing a drop in enrollment in recent years, as well as increased budget constraints.

Closed Schools Offer Community Resources

Proposals for reusing nine TUSD schools going to board members

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