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TOMBSTONE — In late June, Gov. Doug Ducey announced that spikes COVID cases would cause a delay in reopening Arizona schools to in-person classes.

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SIERRA VISTA — Nicole Julian, owner of Julian’s Parkour & Gymnastics, didn’t think she’d have to close her business twice within the first year of turning her dream into a reality.

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PHOENIX (AP) — Some Arizona courts are entering new legal waters by exploring innovative procedures and technology such as videoconferencing to hold jury trials during the coronavirus pandemic.

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PHOENIX (AP) — International students worried about a new immigration policy that could potentially cost them their visas say they feel stuck between being unnecessarily exposed during the coronavirus pandemic and being able to finish their studies in America.

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BISBEE — Current Bisbee mayor David Smith is facing off against former Bisbee council member Ken Budge. The Herald/Review sent both candidates questions, and their answers are below.

A few weeks ago, I was fishing in the White Mountains. Fishing, not catching, but that was ok. I was there to escape the steadily building heat of a Sierra Vista June, and to receive lessons in patience and perseverance. While the former was intended, the latter was an unwelcomed bonus. Ever…

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The early history of Wells Fargo mirrors the growth of the American West. Mail distribution by Pony Express and the Butterfield stage line were assimilated by Wells Fargo. The company continued to expand with the advent of mining and railroad expansion, which brought droves of Easterners see…

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The number of new state unemployment claims dipped last week, but job losses continue to batter the economy as rising coronavirus cases pushed some regions of the country to reverse course and reimpose shutdown orders on businesses.

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At the beginning of 2020, nobody could have predicted that we would be where we are right now. Being a business owner is hard under normal circumstances, and the times we’re in right now are anything but normal. At the same time, our responsibilities do not end when things become as serious …

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There are many decisions that have a huge impact on our financial lives. Some of these include where we go to college, how we pay for it, and what degree we get. Or it could be when and what type of house we buy. But can your car really make or break you financially?