Forever home

By Bella Mendoza/ El Inde It takes a lot of time and effort to foster a dog. Imagine having a full-time job that keeps you busy and a young daughter to take care of. Now imagine that you foster a pregnant dog for the first time who gives birth to six puppies the morning after…

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The start of a mobile barbershop business

By Ari Koslow/El Inde The COVID-19 pandemic hit a large number of businesses around the country hard, forcing many of them to close down temporarily or even shut down for good. However, there were some people who were able to make the most out of these unforeseen circumstances. Ari Koslow has the story.

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Managing El Charro

By Chloe Russell/El Inde To his coworkers and customers, Omar Salazar stands out from the rest of the crowd. His management style helps grow and develop good relationships with his employees. At El Charro Café in downtown Tucson, Omar is a key component in the family business. Consistently lending a helping hand for over a…

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Faith, hope and love

By Quinn McVeigh/El Inde In the United States, mental health keeps growing worse and worse. According to Mental Health America, nearly 20 percent of adults experience mental illness, over 2.5 million U.S. youth suffer from severe depression, with multiracial youth experiencing the greatest risk, and the majority of youth with severe depression don’t receive any…

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A veggie roaster’s journey towards his passion

By Paige Balota/El Inde The Heirloom Farmers Market is home to many local small businesses that have flourished, becoming essential stops for members of the Tucson community. One of those business owners, Kris Young, is striving to make a difference. He is a family man, one who cares deeply for his wife and three sons….

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