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Untold Arizona: Bullfighting At The Border — The Heart Of Nogales, Sonora’s Golden Age
Murals of famous bullfighters are painted on the facade of the Plaza de Toros in Nogales, Sonora. “There’s a saying in Mexico: ‘Cuando te pica el gusano del toreo, nunca sale.’ When you’ve been bitten by that little worm of bullfighting, you never forget it. It never leaves you.”
Study says water-related recreation has big impact
A report released this week by Audubon Arizona says that 65,000 state residents participate in outdoor recreation along water in Santa Cruz County, creating an annual economic impact of $189 million and generating 1,600 jobs.
Dora Taddey helps others in tough times through Giving Turtle
Dora Taddey grew up in difficult circumstances in Nogales, Sonora, where she endured poverty and abuse. “When I was 8 or 9 years old, I told myself, ‘I don’t want other people to go through this,’” she said. “So that always stuck in my head.”
Apaches’ comeback falls short vs. Salpointe
A late rally by the Nogales Apaches came up short on Wednesday as they fell 8-5 to Salpointe Catholic at War Memorial Stadium. Salpointe took an early 2-0 lead and threatened for more in the top of the fourth on a two-out single with a man on second. But Nogales left fielder Alex Ramos charged the b
Woman donates $16,500 to help charity with health permit
Thanks to the generosity of a Green Valley woman, a nonprofit organization in Arivaca will soon have its health permit in hand. Last month, a Pima County health inspector told the Arivaca Coordinating Council/Human Resource Group that she would not issue a health permit until it replaced several fre
Untold Arizona: When Corn Grew As High As An Elephant’s Eye In Southern Arizona — Not Oklahoma
Arizona’s warm climate, financial incentives and varied geography have long attracted filmmakers to the state. Millions of people all across the would would recognize Yuma’s sandy dunes as Tatooine, Luke Skywalker’s home planet in "Star Wars: A New Hope." The desert landscape near Page acted as an o
Unicorn fantasy lanterns, art opening: Gina Beca, and printing without a press
All events are free unless otherwise noted. Printing Without A Press — Lowe House Project, 14 Calle Iglesia, Tubac. Monotype playshop with Tubac artist Barbara Kuzara. Email email@example.com or call for information and registration. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. April 20. $45. 1-602-526-5781. lowehouseproject.com
Public input sought on Cienega FireScape in the Santa Rita Mountains
SONOITA, AZ (KOLD News 13) - The public is invited to attend a public meeting, which will be held for the Cienega Creek FireScape Project, according to a news release from the U.S. Forest Service.
Ducey heading to border to meet Vice President Pence
PHOENIX (AP) - Republican Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey plans to meet with Vice President Mike Pence in southern Arizona and get a status update on the border. Ducey says he will meet with Pence Thursday afternoon as the vice president tours the border at Nogales.