Neg~79185; Star Sports----- UA Mike Bibby dribbles during the first half of the UA vs USC Men's Basketball game at McKale Center on the UA Campus. Photo by James S. Wood. Neg.# 79185. Photo taken on 1/5/98. Copyright 1996 The Arizona Daily Star UA:Basketball; Location:McKale Center; Event:Ga…
06 UA BK Men-p8:: UA's Jordan Hill(JORDAN HILL), CQ, reacts to a call in the final seconds of their game against California at The McKale Center, Thursday March 5, 2009 in Tucson, Ariz. UA lost the game 83-77. 3/5/09 Photo by James S. Wood Arizona Daily Star Assn#144257 mandatory Credit No M…
Danza Cultura Mexicana performs during the 12th annual El Día de San Juan, Wednesday June 24, 2009, in Tucson, Ariz. El Dia de San Juan celebrates the beginning of the 'Season of El Chubasco,' or monsoon rains. The celebration of St. John's birthday (the patron saint of water) was once one o…
Stan Paz, June 10, 2003, was TUSD superintendent from 2000 to 2004.
Former UA football players Chris McAlister (left) and Mike Bell (right). Which of them wore #11 best? Take the poll.
Jerry Yellowhair takes some boiled saguaro fruit from a pot to be sifted on a screen at a camp in Saguaro National Park, Thursday July 5th, 2007. The contents in this photo have been cooked once. It will be strained using a screen for the first time and then strained using cheese cloth the s…
It's all relative: When this electronic sign at the Viscount hotel stated that it was 102 degrees at 1 p.m. June 30, 1999, signs around town varied from 111 to 88 degrees and the national weather service reported the temperature as 101 degrees. The perceptions of Tucsonans and visitors proba…
Annie Chandler was an 18-time All-American for the University of Arizona and helped propel the UA team to the 2008 national championship. She'll be at Fitter and Faster swim clinic, too.
Smart meters like this have been installed in TEP homes.
Robert Shaw in rock 'n' roll mode.
A Forest Service plane dumps slurry on the Bullock Fire, which had grown to 3,000 acres by May 22, 2002, the day after the fire started.
The Bullock Fire picks up speed on the second day as it races up the side of a ridge in the Catalinas.
Jim Etshokin with the U.S. Forest Service keeps an eye on the escalating Bullock Fire from a safe vantage point.
The Bullock Fire had burned 3,000 acres by the afternoon of the second day because of high winds. This photo was taken May 22, 2002.
Chadeen Palmer, a spokeswoman for Southwestern Incident Management team, shows how close the Ryan Fire came to certain parts of Fort Huachuca in May 2002.
A Type 1 Air Tanker stationed at Libby Army Airfield was used to help put out the Ryan Fire near Fort Huachuca in 2002.
Daniela Guerrero, 4, enjoys the playground equipment at First Avenue Elementary School as waves of smoke from the Aspen Fire blow over San Manuel, reducing the sun to a dim glow.
Two years after the devastating fire, homes are being rebuilt in Summerhaven.
Homes are rebuilt in 2005 in Summerhaven and the surrounding area after the Aspen Fire raged through the area.
People walk through hundreds of trees in 2005 that burned during the 2003 Aspen fire.
Gov. Jane Dee Hull holds a news conference after inspecting the damage caused by the Ryan Fire near Fort Huachuca. She visited the area on May 2, 2002.
Cars drive westbound through a dust storm near exit 236 on Interstate 10, Tuesday October 27, 2009 in Tucson, Ariz. 10/27/09 Photo by James S. Wood Arizona Daily Star
Golf ball and hole shot for the Newcomers Guide at Skyline Country Club, Friday March 30th, 2007 in Tucson, Ariz. Photo by James S. Wood Arizona Daily Star
Angela Gonzales, a Gamma Alpha Omega sorority member, re-paints the A on A-Mountain, Saturday April 27, 2002 in Tucson, Ariz. 4/27/02 Photo by James S. Wood. APRIL 28, 2002
Gerardo Torres, left, and Fred Huang, both Omega Delta Phi fraternity members re-paint the A on A mountain with other fraternity and Sorority members Saturday April 27, 2002 in Tucson, Ariz. 4/27/02 Photo by James S. Wood.
Two Sororities and one fraternity helped re-paint the A on A mountain,Saturday April 27, 2002 in Tucson, Ariz. 4/27/02 Photo by James S. Wood. Sentinel Peak,
Members of the Omega Delta Phi Fraternity paint the "A" on Sentinel Peak after ASU supporters painted the A in their schools colors the weekend of the UA vs ASU football game,Saturday December 7, 2002 in Tucson, Ariz. 12/7/02 Photo by James S. Wood
Members of the Omega Delta Phi Fraternity paint the "A" on Sentinel Peak after ASU supporters painted the A in thier schools colors the weekend of the UA vs ASU football game,Saturday December 7, 2002 in Tucson, Ariz. 12/7/02 Photo by James S. Wood
Julie Steele,Julie Steele, 20, a Theta Nu Xi Sorority UA Jr., helps out members of the Omega Delta Phi Fraternity paint the "A" on Sentinel Peak after ASU supporters painted the A in their schools colors the weekend of the UA vs ASU football game,Saturday December 7, 2002 in Tucson, Ariz. 12…
John Mackovic made a few tweaks to the UA's uniforms when he took over in 2001, placing a "Block A" on the sleeve. Above, linebacker lance Briggs takes down a Washington State receiver. JAMES S. WOOD / ARIZONA DAILY STAR 2002
Evelyn M. Rope, a San Carlos Apache Indian, weaves a worry basket which is made of Willow and Cotton stems at the 1999 SouthWest Indian Art Fair at the Arizona State Museum Feb. 27, 1999.
Geneva Ramon a Tohono O'odham Indian makes Miniature Horse hair Baskets at the Southwest Indian Art Fair at the Arizona State Museum on the UA Campus. A basket this size takes about two months to complete. Feb. 27, 2000.
Erick Johnson,Joseph Martin, J. Cedar, are a Southern Style Drum Group that played during the Southwest Indian Art Fair, held at the Arizona State Museum on the UA Campus. Photo taken on 2/27/2000.
Mary Lou Zuni Kokaly a Isleta/San Juan Pueblo Indian finishes a Navo Story teller at the 1999 Southwest Indian Art Fair at the Arizona State Museum. Photo taken on 2/27/99.
Lane Beck the First Bioarchaeologist at The Arizona State Museum studies bones from burials at archaeological sites. March 14, 1997.
A wooden Chapeon mask, from Tarahumara, Chihuahua, Mexico around 1950, is one of many masks at the Arizona State Museum, Thursday July 8, 2004 in Tucson, Ariz.
A Wooden ghost mask, from Truk Island, Micronesia, 1956, is one of many masks at the Arizona State Museum, Thursday July 8, 2004 in Tucson, Ariz.
An Antelope wooden mask, Baule culture, from Ivory Coast, 1900, is one of many masks at the Arizona State Museum, Thursday July 8, 2004 in Tucson, Ariz.
A White Wooden mask, Tsogo culture, from Gabon, West Africa, before 1940, is one of many masks at the Arizona State Museum, Thursday July 8, 2004 in Tucson, Ariz.
Arnoldo Haros y su hijo Alex vinieron de Nogales, Sonora, a conocer la Feria.
Don Ángel Rodríguez Valencia estaba emocionado en el Hipódromo de Rillito Downs.
Manuel (izq.) invitó a su primo Adán, quien vino desde México a divertirse en la 4th Avenue.
La Feria de Primavera de la 4ta Avenida trajo grandes atractivos. Se instaló entre 9th Street y University Blvd.
La liga Tucson Metro Soccer realiza sus partidos en el Parque Udall. Ahí las familias disfrutan del estupendo clima al aire libre de esta época.
Destiny Negrón y el bebé Jeremiah Flores se la pasaron de maravilla en la Feria Primavera de la 4ta Avenida, ya que el día fue muy agradable.
Estos nativos de Hermosillo dijeron que este evento es uno de sus favoritos.
Wyatt preparó ricas salchichas en uno de los puestos de comida.
(De izq. a der.) Héctor Laborín, Javier Torres, Daniel González, Chris Campoy, Elías Aramburu y Damián Aramburu comentaron que la pasaron muy bien en la Feria de la Primavera.
Este tipo de eventos siempre tienen varias formas de entretenimiento destinado a los más pequeños.
Bougainvillea "are a tough plant. They don't need a lot of TLC," says Lesley Mansur, owner of Great Gardens landscape design. They rest up during winter, and bloom when it warms.