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February 25, 1990 | JOHN HENKEN
Forget cowboys and retirees. Tucson in winter may not rival Paris in spring as an image for sophisticated escape, but it's not all rodeos and golf, either. Tucsonans point out with pride that their city is one of the few in this country with a resident symphony and ballet, opera and theater companies. It has a wide range of museums and galleries and at this time of the year--between snowfalls--crisp, clean air and implausibly vivid sunsets. Tucson also has a new, ambitious arts festival.
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June 17, 2004 | From Associated Press
Claiming plaintiffs in sexual abuse cases are demanding more money than can be offered, officials of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tucson said Wednesday they were considering a bankruptcy filing. An attorney for alleged victims dismissed the talk as a tactic to gain community sympathy and delay litigation. Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas said bankruptcy could be the only way to handle the 19 cases alleging sexual abuse by clergy pending against the diocese.
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June 17, 2004 | From Associated Press
Claiming plaintiffs in sexual abuse cases are demanding more money than can be offered, officials of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tucson said Wednesday they were considering a bankruptcy filing. An attorney for alleged victims dismissed the talk as a tactic to gain community sympathy and delay litigation. Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas said bankruptcy could be the only way to handle the 19 cases alleging sexual abuse by clergy pending against the diocese.
SPORTS
June 10, 2001 | DAVID GINSBURG, ASSOCIATED PRESS
For the first time in years, Albert Belle has the entire spring and summer to do as he pleases. Instead of plotting ways to solve opposing pitchers, he's enjoying another sport. Pushed out of baseball in March because of a degenerative right hip, Belle has spent much of his free time on the golf course. The former slugger hasn't been in contact with many of his former peers, although recently he made a surprise phone call to Chicago White Sox manager Jerry Manuel.
TRAVEL
December 18, 1994 | ERIC MANKIN, Mankin is a Los Angeles-based free-lance writer. and
We wanted to get out to the desert. Usually that means just driving east, but an interesting arithmetic had presented itself. The round-trip fare to Tucson for two people, with tax, was $158 on Morris Air, thanks to an accompanying passenger discount. (Morris has since been bought by Southwest Airlines, which offers a similar round-trip for two for about $120.) Budget offered people showing airline tickets a special weekend rate of $20.50 per day on larger-than-juice-can rental cars.
NEWS
August 12, 1995 | From Associated Press
A storm with wind gusting to 76 m.p.h. dumped hail and more than three inches of rain on Tucson, causing flash floods that killed at least one person and left 11 motorists stranded in raging waters. The storm that spun off Hurricane Flossie struck during the afternoon rush hour. Flossie moved into the open Pacific on Friday after veering past Baja California. The storm also knocked out power to a wide area in and around the city, the Tucson Electric Power Co. said.
BUSINESS
April 29, 1988 | Associated Press
A package of incentives and information put together by local business and political leaders has been presented to Hughes Aircraft Co. officials in an attempt to entice the company to consolidate the operations of its Missile Systems Group in Tucson. The community proposal includes $4 million in road improvements and academic assistance by the University of Arizona. It was presented Wednesday by Mayor Tom Volgy, UA President Henry Koffler and Pima County Supervisors Chairman Sam Lena.
NEWS
February 11, 1989 | JOHN DART, Times Religion Writer
The Los Angeles Roman Catholic Archdiocese said it will buy two Catholic cemeteries in Tucson for $3.9 million as part of an effort to rescue the financially ailing diocese in southern Arizona. The cemeteries will be operated by the Los Angeles archdiocese, but a spokesman for Los Angeles Archbishop Roger M. Mahony said this week that the agreement calls for the Tucson diocese to repurchase the facilities for the same amount when financially feasible.
BOOKS
April 29, 1990 | Sonja Bolle
Gregory McNamee's essays--many of them book reviews published in such journals as the Bloomsbury Review--all center on a sense that the chaos of our times must be related to the fact that our century is coming to an end. Richard Nixon functions in McNamee's vision of America as a central icon of absurdity, proof positive that anything is possible when the world makes no sense.
NEWS
August 12, 1995 | From Associated Press
A storm with wind gusting to 76 m.p.h. dumped hail and more than three inches of rain on Tucson, causing flash floods that killed at least one person and left 11 motorists stranded in raging waters. The storm that spun off Hurricane Flossie struck during the afternoon rush hour. Flossie moved into the open Pacific on Friday after veering past Baja California. The storm also knocked out power to a wide area in and around the city, the Tucson Electric Power Co. said.
TRAVEL
December 18, 1994 | ERIC MANKIN, Mankin is a Los Angeles-based free-lance writer. and
We wanted to get out to the desert. Usually that means just driving east, but an interesting arithmetic had presented itself. The round-trip fare to Tucson for two people, with tax, was $158 on Morris Air, thanks to an accompanying passenger discount. (Morris has since been bought by Southwest Airlines, which offers a similar round-trip for two for about $120.) Budget offered people showing airline tickets a special weekend rate of $20.50 per day on larger-than-juice-can rental cars.
BOOKS
April 29, 1990 | Sonja Bolle
Gregory McNamee's essays--many of them book reviews published in such journals as the Bloomsbury Review--all center on a sense that the chaos of our times must be related to the fact that our century is coming to an end. Richard Nixon functions in McNamee's vision of America as a central icon of absurdity, proof positive that anything is possible when the world makes no sense.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 25, 1990 | JOHN HENKEN
Forget cowboys and retirees. Tucson in winter may not rival Paris in spring as an image for sophisticated escape, but it's not all rodeos and golf, either. Tucsonans point out with pride that their city is one of the few in this country with a resident symphony and ballet, opera and theater companies. It has a wide range of museums and galleries and at this time of the year--between snowfalls--crisp, clean air and implausibly vivid sunsets. Tucson also has a new, ambitious arts festival.
NEWS
February 11, 1989 | JOHN DART, Times Religion Writer
The Los Angeles Roman Catholic Archdiocese said it will buy two Catholic cemeteries in Tucson for $3.9 million as part of an effort to rescue the financially ailing diocese in southern Arizona. The cemeteries will be operated by the Los Angeles archdiocese, but a spokesman for Los Angeles Archbishop Roger M. Mahony said this week that the agreement calls for the Tucson diocese to repurchase the facilities for the same amount when financially feasible.
SPORTS
June 10, 2001 | DAVID GINSBURG, ASSOCIATED PRESS
For the first time in years, Albert Belle has the entire spring and summer to do as he pleases. Instead of plotting ways to solve opposing pitchers, he's enjoying another sport. Pushed out of baseball in March because of a degenerative right hip, Belle has spent much of his free time on the golf course. The former slugger hasn't been in contact with many of his former peers, although recently he made a surprise phone call to Chicago White Sox manager Jerry Manuel.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 7, 2000
A public memorial service for Bill Keene, longtime traffic and weather broadcaster for radio station KNX-AM (1070) who died Wednesday at age 73, will be held Saturday April 15, at 11 a.m. at Calamigos Ranch, 327 S. Latigo Canyon Road in Malibu. Keene requested that in lieu of flowers donations be sent to Northwest Medical Center, Attn: Administration/Chapel Fund, 6200 N. La Cholla Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85741.
BUSINESS
April 29, 1988 | Associated Press
A package of incentives and information put together by local business and political leaders has been presented to Hughes Aircraft Co. officials in an attempt to entice the company to consolidate the operations of its Missile Systems Group in Tucson. The community proposal includes $4 million in road improvements and academic assistance by the University of Arizona. It was presented Wednesday by Mayor Tom Volgy, UA President Henry Koffler and Pima County Supervisors Chairman Sam Lena.
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