At the annual breakfast for top graduating seniors at Marana High School, six of the top ten students were members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Chief among them were valedictorian Richard Rigby and salutatorian McKay Boyack.[…]
t’s football season. To most people that means watching the games and concentrating on the stats. But for players at Brigham Young University, what happens Saturday on the field is just the tip of the iceberg. Josh Carter, 2009 graduate[…]
eenagers from the Tucson West Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have a tradition they look forward to every year: the “Back to School” activity. This year’s events started on a Saturday in a flood-irrigated pasture[…]
Several hundred members and friends of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints from Northwest Tucson and Marana gathered together this morning at Ora Mae Harn Park to celebrate the 166th anniversary of Pioneer Day.
Marana’s Shalise Borden is one of the strongest young women you’ll find. When she’s not in the weight room she’s lifting books for graduation from high school and her church’s Seminary program. But, it’s her strength of values that stands out as she is able to lift the spirits of others.
TUCSON, AZ– n conjunction with the 75th anniversary celebration of the Tucson Institute of Religion located on the University of Arizona campus, Ed Honea, the mayor of Marana, and Calvin Baker, the Superintendent of the Vail School District, and his[…]