Day: March 5, 2020

Coach Nicki’s legacy continues off the mound

March 5, 2020

Story and photos by COREY McMULLEN Family person, workaholic, mentor and loyal friend.  These are different ways to describe Aztec softball pitching coach Nicki Johnson.  Born and raised in Tucson and a former Aztec herself, Johnson played for the Aztecs in 2003-2005, winning a NJCAA junior college World Series. During the World Series run, the […]

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This Pima party was out of this world

March 5, 2020

Astronomy enthusiasts and some of Pima’s telescopes dot a parking lot Feb. 15 at East Campus, when the Amateur Astronomy Association hosted a Star Party. Story and photo by DALTON GRIJALVA On Feb. 15, amatuer atronomers, enthusiasts and students gravitated toward Pima Community College’s East Campus for a free star party. “Pima’s best kept secret,” […]

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Longtime Aztecs track coach fired

March 5, 2020

By COREY McMULLEN  On Feb. 6, Greg Wenneborg was dismissed from his duties as the Pima Community College Aztecs team’s head track and field coach.  Supporters of the team have set out for answers, and it seems the college doesn’t want to respond just yet. Wenneborg was at PCC for 15 years, and his profile […]

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Fourth Avenue Street Fair

March 5, 2020

Street sign at North Fourth Avenue And East Seventh Street. Story and photo by DALTON GRIJALVA Fourth Avenue is home to Tucson’s lively scene, whether you’re a broke college student trying to drink away your debt or trying to eat until your stomach bursts.  Fourth is also home to a wonderful street fair. From aromas […]

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Worst of the worst, rated by Razzies

March 5, 2020

By ANGEL CANEZ The 40th anniversary of the Golden Raspberry Awards is soon upon us to award the worst Tinseltown has offered.  2019’s list of losers includes: “A Madea Family Funeral,” marking Tyler Perry’s fourth Razzie  nomination; John Travolta’s star turn in “The Fanatic”; horror thriller “The Haunting of Sharon Tate” starring Hillary Duff; PTSD-addled […]

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Lambert continues to rack up miles for Pima

March 5, 2020

By JOE GIDDENS In 2019, the chancellor took 39 trips totaling $50,392.48. So far, in 2020, he has spent $10,214.94. Pima Community College has suspended international travel except to Canada and Mexico until further notice according to an all employee email on March 3.  International travel by Pima employees is a fairly common occurrence for […]

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