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Tohono Chul exhibition looks at the beauty and blight of Arizona copper
When artist Annie Gordon visited the Asarco pit mine in Sahuarita, she was overwhelmed by its massive size. But she was also struck by its geometries and colors. In an artwork inspired by the mine, she focused on the colored spirals winding their way down the pit walls. And she included a delicate p
Students can earn more than diploma in high school
Buena High School is the home of the first student licensed to fly small unmanned aircraft after participating in a training program coordinated by the Cochise Joint Technology District (CTED) and Cochise College. Three additional students at Benson High School will take the FAA Part 107 license exa
Bird is the word: Wings Over Willcox festival returns to Cochise County
WILLCOX — On Thursday, Willcox’s birding and nature festival returns to Cochise County for its 26th year, giving bird enthusiasts the opportunity to see a variety of fowl soaring overhead on their winter migratory paths.
Bisbee councilwoman questions validity of Jacobs contract
BISBEE — Bisbee City Councilwoman Joni Giacomino posed a question during Tuesday’s meeting concerning the validity of an operations contract for the wastewater treatment plant (WWTP).
Elizabeth Breck Missing: Search Ongoing For Arizona High School Teacher Since Sunday
A high school teacher in Arizona went missing last week and the search for her continues, officials said. Local police said Elizabeth Breck, 46, was last seen Sunday afternoon near a rural crossroad in Catalina.
Jail inmate dies Monday after being found unresponsive; had police contact in two cities on Sunday
BISBEE — The Cochise County jail inmate who died Monday after being arrested in Tombstone on Sunday night refused emergency medical treatment earlier on Sunday during an unrelated police call in Benson, the Herald/Review has learned.
State board revokes fired SV cop’s certification
PHOENIX — A Sierra Vista police officer fired in July 2018 for being dishonest about an off-duty accident can never work as a peace officer in Arizona after his state certification was revoked Wednesday.
Food bank helps federal workers at Arizona hospital
PHOENIX (AP) — Federal workers at an Arizona hospital that serves Native Americans are getting food donations amid the government shutdown. Dozens of employees, some in medical scrubs, waited in line Friday outside the Phoenix Indian Medical Center. Some stood outside and others drove up while volun
Bisbee City Council approves move to new city hall
BISBEE — With the anticipated time at the Cochise County complex on Melody Lane drawing to a close, the Bisbee City Council unanimously approved to move forward with its move of city hall to a Tovreaville Road facility.
DPS: Idaho man arrested in Arizona; 3 abducted kids unharmed
WIKIEUP, AZ (AP) - Authorities say an Idaho man has been arrested in northwestern Arizona for allegedly trying to take his three young children away from their mother and drive them to Mexico.
Expedia article names Bisbee a top travel destination
BISBEE — Once again, Bisbee has landed on a list of top travel destinations to visit in the United States. Major travel platform Expedia released its list of “19 cities that must be seen in 2019” earlier this month, where Bisbee landed at No. 11. The town has received similar recognitions from Fromm
Bisbee council holds off on some appointments
BISBEE — In what would be a normal approval for reappointments and appointments to various city boards, commissions and committees for an item on the consent agenda, Bisbee City Council members Gabe Lindstrom, Joni Giacomino, Leslie Johns and Anna Cline asked for four potential candidates be removed