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Updates on the Rosemont Project

It was 2005 when Augusta Resources first started buying properties in Pima County. Sixteen years later, where does the Rosemont Project stand?  The project has been in litigation for the last two years, with sustained public outcry as a steady background, around the major issues of water drawdown, air and water pollution, endangered wildlife, biodiversity, sacred […]

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Honoring Those Who Served

The PRT has compiled this list of names of veterans who are buried in local cemeteries in Duquesne, Elgin, Lochiel and Patagonia to recognize these men and women for their service and sacrifice for our freedom. Please pause for a moment to remember them this Memorial Day. If any readers know of friends and family that […]

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Common Ground

We can learn a lot from a graveyard. I’ve been doing a lot of reading about the need for people to find ‘common ground,’ to focus on what unites us, not what divides us. Well, I can’t imagine a better example of ‘common ground’ than a cemetery.  In this issue of the PRT, in honor […]

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Get to Know the Mustang 4-H Club

The first 4-H club was formed in 1902 to provide agricultural education for rural youth. These early clubs applied the “learn by doing” philosophy 4-H embodies today. The University of Arizona 4-H Youth Development Program provides quality youth education by building positive relationships and life skills. Members build life skills through 4-H by learning teamwork, […]

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Starstruck: A Sign

What’s your sign? I’m born under Sagittarius, the Archer. December. Interestingly, Sagittarius is actually part of our summer sky, rising in the southeast in late May. It is one of the twelve members of the zodiac, the group of constellations that is not only important in astronomy, but also integral to those who follow astrology. […]