The Sahuarita Times

News and Updates

Rancho Sahuarita is a dynamic community – one where things are constantly growing, changing, and moving. These changes are important to our residents, and we want them to continue to play a vital part in all that makes our community so great. This is the place where you can find information regarding news and updates that affect the community, whether it is local and related only to Rancho Sahuarita, or if it involves the community or the Town of Sahuarita in an even bigger way. Take a look at all we’ve been up to.


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    KGVY Community Quarterly: Rancho Sahuarita Nursery

    Drive north on Rancho Sahuarita Boulevard, past Sahuarita Lake and the Rancho Sahuarita Clubhouse, and you will come across a small grove of trees and cactus on the east side of the street. These aren’t the Walden family’s pecan groves – they are a small collection of around 100 trees and cacti that were salvaged from the vacant farmland that Rancho Sahuarita once was.

    Around 600 mature t...


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    Sahuarita Times: SUSD teachers attend National Math & Science Initiative trainings

    Sahuarita Unified School District is providing teachers a unique training opportunity this July as part of a partnership with the National Math & Science Initiative (NMSI), a nonprofit educational program designed to prepare students for success in science, technology, engineering and math. Two trainings, one in Sahuarita and the other in Texas, will provide teachers with the tools to encourag...


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    Sahuarita Times: Homebuying preparedness tips from Richmond American Homes

    Buying a new home is a big decision. But it’s also an exciting one. After all, homeownership has a number of benefits, including the opportunity to build equity, protection from monthly rent increases and the freedom to alter your living space to reflect your unique design style.

    There are a few important steps prospective homebuyers should take before purchasing a new home:

    Define your bu...


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    Sahuarita Sun: Local SUSD Student to Swim for University of Arizona

    (Tuesday, June 24th) - Trey Cashion, state champion swimmer at Walden Grove High School, seemed destined to become a swimmer at the University of Arizona. So, fittingly in May, he accepted a scholarship to join U of A swimming head coach Rick Demont’s Wildcat program.

    Swimming runs in the Cashion family, as sister Courtney swam at the Un...


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    Fred Lewis Mentors At-Risk Youth in Tucson

    Check out this video from Tucson News Now highlighting Fred Lewis and his great work:

    Tucson News Now (June 14, 2014) - TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

    "A Tucson man is using a unique sport to help keep kids off the streets and away from trouble.

    Fred Lewis has been coaching youth handball at th...