Carley Nelson of the Marana High School girls' golf team plays a round. Nelson is one of the top players on the team.
Paul "PJ" Miles, left, Paul W. Miles and Bobby Miles represent three generations of the Miles family working at Miles Label Company.
The press room at Miles Label Company.
Holographic labels run through one of the color stations of an eight-color press.
Pressman Jorge Rodriquez and production manager Tom Ercholl discuss a job.
Pressman Gerald Salgado shows a rubberized printing plate.
The Marana High School girls' golf team will hold its first ever Lady Tigers fundraising tournament at Quarry Pines Golf Club on May 19.
If you've shopped at a store, eaten at a restaurant or visited a hospital in Tucson over the last 50 years, chances are you've seen the handiwork of Miles Label Company Inc.
Joshua Ferguson, 6, has his eyes checked by Dr. Thomas Ginman
inside the OneSight Vision Van. Local eye doctors, lab techs and
others volunteered to staff the van during its Tucson stop.
Angelique Flores, 8, tries on new frames. "In class, I can't see
the board. My new glasses are going to help me see better," she
EyeLeen, an optical lab on wheels, rolled into Tucson last week
to provide free eye exams and eyewear to children from Marana,
Flowing Wells, Amphitheater and Tucson Unified school
Frank Oesterling, 19, was diagnosed with leukemia in January. A
group of his friends have set out to raise $25,000 to help him and
his family with hospital expenses.
Mom Nicole Capell takes a picture of Connor, 11, and his sister,
Grace, standing in front of his winning science-fair entry at
Coyote Trail Elementary.
Fifth-grader Joshua Sarte, right, and his dad, June Sarte, work
on Joshua's project, using lemons as battery power.
Coyote Trail sixth-grader Guy Link studies his project, which
focused on raising pool-water temperature via solar power.
Ryan Boyack's project on bridge strength took first place.
Frank Oesterling's childhood pals felt compelled to do something
after learning their 19-year-old friend had been diagnosed with
leukemia, saying it's the least they can do for someone who always
thinks of other people first.
Free prom dresses available for girls
Budding scientists produced about 100 science projects for
Coyote Trail Elementary School's annual science fair.
Mary Morgan of Roadrunner Elementary School stretches to reach
the mic as the number of contestants dwindled during the Marana
Unified School District's Spelling Bee at Mountain View High
School. The bee was held Jan. 25.