Sahuarita Road will be shut down from Azatlan Avenue to Nogales Highway. Westward traffic will actually want to U-turn at Azatlan. Eastward traffic will actually want to turn left or right onto Nogales Highway. For westward drivers, an accessible diversion is North Wilmot Road to West Valencia Road onto South Nogales Highway. Eastward voyagers can utilize North Nogales diesel truck repair tucson . Today ever: Oct. 5 Today ever: Oct. 5Play Video spaceplay/stop qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower/quicker ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . try to previous12… 6 try to 10%, 20% … 60% Stories behind 11 Tucson-region road names: Craycroft Road North Craycroft Road Southward traffic continues along North Craycroft Road, south of East Speedway Boulevard in Tucson on April 25, 2017. Craycroft is one of the majors streets being considered for development if the electors endorse the action one month from now during a Special Election on May 16. A.E. Araiza/Arizona Daily Star Forthright Craycroft, a mechanical and mining engineer, constructed perhaps the most great places of the day out and about that currently bears his name. Craycroft was brought into the world in Louisville, Ky., in 1872, to Elkanah and Louise Craycroft. He moved on from the University of Kentucky and afterward, continuing in the custom of men in his family, taken a crack at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. On graduation day in 1889, he got his degree in mining designing and furthermore turned into a CPA. He went through the following four years working with his dad on water works projects. After his dad passed on, he lived in Boulder, Colo., Bisbee, Globe and Los Angeles. He likewise served in the Spanish-American War in 1898. In 1904, Craycroft came to Tucson, working generally in warming and force plant development. He likewise was boss specialist for the J. Knox Corbett Co., and later started a new business for himself. The 1925 Tucson City Directory records his business, Frank Craycroft Plumbing and Heating, at 40 Toole Ave., downtown. He was additionally a significant advertiser of the El Conquistador Hotel, where El Con Mall is presently. Craycroft was hitched twice, first to Mary L. Norman, of Texas, who passed on in 1917, and again in 1925 to Edna E. Huckabee (a few sources site her last name as Greene). He had three youngsters. In 1925, he constructed a house in the desert, simply off a country road that was then called Kenyon. A Tucson Citizen article in May of that year portrayed the house as "of Spanish engineering and is underlying the state of an '