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a city in southeastern Arizona ringed by mountain ranges

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Saguaro Ranch is located in the breathtaking Tortolita Mountains, about 20 miles northwest of downtown Tucson.
Today, the cost of running the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show is in the many hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The action results in an agreement whereby Tucson will purchase containers from Toter and Rehrig-Pacific at the original bid prices.
Advance people visited historical archives in Tucson and attempted to create a replica of the town as it was in 1860, before the frontier region had become a U.
Hines says Tucson Water first introduced CAP water to the city several years ago.
For Tucson, this directive meant selecting trees that would grow and thrive in desert conditions - and use little water.
We are excited about the impact rich media brings to our online products," said Darrell Durham, Market Development Director for Tucson Newspapers, "and in Modavox, we have a partner who can deliver it in state-of-the-art fashion.
Population growth around the Arizona cities of Tucson and Phoenix has been exponential in recent years, and suburban housing has oozed into outlying areas as the need for homes has mandated.
Tracy Myers as a full-time investor relations coordinator at our Tucson headquarters.
Phoenix and Tucson are entering into a water sharing arrangement that stands to benefit both desert cities.
men were arrested and charged with killing a Ventura man who authorities said came to Tucson to buy marijuana.
Since GEICO opened its customer service operations center in Tucson in 2003, the office has grown to over 600 associates at its 930 N.
The road to the Rose Bowl or an undefeated season runs through Tucson.
The survey showed that buyers and sellers foresee an increase of 10% in Arizona property values in 2007 due to the large number of people immigrating to Arizona, which is being fueled by high tech and biotech job growth in Tucson & Phoenix, low housing costs and baby boomers buying their retirement homes.