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April 22, 2015 Superior Sun[ 7 Superior woman killed in head on collision On Thursday, April 16, 2015 at about 6:1o p.m. a two vehicle collision occurred on US 60, milepost 228.2 east of Superior. According to Arizona Department of Public Safety Public Information Officer Quentin Mehr, at that time a Ford SUV was eastbound on US 60 in the area of milepost 228.2. The driver of theSUV, Toni Zamore, 56, of Superior, for unknown reasons, drifted left over the road centerline and ran head on into a Toyota passenger vehicle, driven by Ross Brantner, 34, of Tucson. Both vehicles went off the westbound shoulder of the road. Toni Zamore died at the scene from injuries sustained in the collision. Ross Brantner was treated at the scene for injuries. Both drivers were wearing safety restraints at the time of the collision, a spokesman for the Arizona Department of Public Safety said. ONEBOOKAZ author Marcia Fine appearing at Superior Public Library SUPERIOR - Join ONEBOOKAZ 2o15 author Marcia Fine at Superior Public Library, Tuesday, April 28 at 2 p.m. as she discusses her award winning eBook and her writing process. Fine's winning eBook, The Blind Eye: a Sephardic Journey, is about two women in different centuries explore their identities in this sweeping narrative about a family expelled from Spain, connecting forward across rime to a modern woman of Cuban descent. The other winning ONEBOOKAZ entries are: Teen category: Dan Trumpis (Sun Lakes) for Welcome to Harmony; a fantasy about a tween wolf moving to a new town where his is not the only family with something to hide. Kids category: Gale Leach (Sun City West) for Bruce and the Road to Courage; Bruce the caterpillar who runs away from home to avoid becoining a butterfly and finds friends and misadventure along the way. The ONEBOOKAZ rifles are available online at no cost to Arizona residents at through BiblioBoard. The eBooks are available on e-readers for Android, iOS and Kindle Fire HD. For more information on this free event, contact the Superior Public Library at 520-689-2327. About Marcia Fine Marcia Fine grew up in South Florida during the 196os with a love for books and learning. A former high school English teacher, business owner, and motivational speaker, she began writing in 200o after her daughter's wedding. Marcia, now living in Scottsdale, is the author of several award- winning books, including her first novel, She has written and published six books and is currently working on a new book about the Inquisition in Mexico. To learn more about Marcia and her books, visit www.marciafine. com. About ONEBOOKAZ ONEBOOKAZ is supported with funds granted by the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a Division of the Secretary of State; under the Library Services and Technology Act, which is administered by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. ONEBOOKAZ is an exciting program that brings communities together through literature. Beginning in March, communities across the state of Arizona read and participate in discussions and programs centered around the winning selections from the eBook writing competition. ONEBOOKAZ strives to encourage writing, reading and thoughtful interaction with literature in digital formats. Graduating from another high school? Send photo* and info to before May 8. *300 dpi minimum