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Arizona Sonoran News

Arizona Sonoran News

Student Newswire of The University of Arizona School of Journalism

Arizona Sonoran News

El sueño mexicano

El sueño mexicano

May 4, 2022

Por Marery Ruiz/El Inde Por décadas, los migrantes han tenido a los Estados Unidos como su punto final para cumplir sus sueños, dejando sus vidas y a sus familias atrás. ¿Pero qué pasa con los...

(Photo Courtesy Santa Cruz County Sheriffs Department) Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada has served as the countys sheriff for over 25 years. He is currently the only Hispanic sheriff in Arizona.

Tony Estrada: an old, new sheriff for Arizona

Eddie Celaya December 5, 2018

Arizona is known for its tough-on-crime sheriffs. An image of a take-no-prisoners lawman is part of the state’s reputation.  Tony Estrada of Santa Cruz County, currently Arizona’s...

Joan Moreno and his work partner bike back to El Sasabe, Sonora after working at Rancho de la Osa in Sasabe, Arizona on Sept. 14. Joan lives in Tucson, but stays in El sasabe when he works on the ranch. (Photo by Corinna Tellez/ Arizona Sonora News)

Traffic trickles through Sasabe port

Corinna Tellez November 6, 2018

“Did you go out to the port in Nogales?” “No.” “So, then Douglas?” “No, not there either. I went out to the Sasabe port of entry. The Sasabe port of entry is the least-trafficked...

A tower stands near the border wall in Naco, Ariz. on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018. The wall in Naco was completed in May of 2017.

Arizona companies scrutinized over border wall

Cedar Gardner October 2, 2018

  In Sierra Vista, Ramon Rosario Jr. retrieves his mail from the offices of KWR Construction. Rosario no longer works for the company, but he still holds the management in high regard. “I’ve...

Jesús Alejandro and his stepdaughter, Kimora, pose for a picture at the front of their home in Nogales, Sonora. The family has been living here since three years ago, when Jesús Alejandro was deported from the United States. (Photo by: Genesis Lara/Arizona Sonora News)

U.S. children adapt to life in Mexico

Genesis Lara March 14, 2018

Nogales, Son. - Jesús Alejandro de la Torre comes out from behind his house, where he has a small welding shop. He lifts his baseball cap just enough to wipe the sweat off his forehead, and looks...

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