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BISBEE — There’s a new nonprofit in town focusing on housing services in Cochise County, and the mission includes raising funds for a 10–unit property for low income people.

BISBEE — The Arizona Department of Transportation will again be working on the rockfall project along State Route 80 north of Bisbee starting Monday, Dec. 6.

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TUCSON — Making history tangible: 80 years since the horrors of the attack on Pearl Harbor, founders of the University of Arizona’s USS Arizona Mall Memorial reflect on the gravitas of the sacrifices of the more than 1,100 men who served on the ship and paid the ultimate price.

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BISBEE — The fact that 47 people have died of COVID-19 in the last month should be a wake-up call to county residents who remain on the fence wondering if they should get the shot as the third wave of infections continues to rise, according to one local official.

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December’s ambiance began its glow at the annual tree lighting in Sierra Vista Friday night and in Palominas Saturday at the Unorganized Christmas Parade. Kids and adults got into the holiday spirit at Veterans Memorial Park for the tree lighting while all sorts of celebrants marched down Pa…

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LOS ANGELES — Earlier sunrises and shorter days mark the end of daylight saving time for the majority of the country, and experts warn your health and well-being could take a toll if you’re not in Arizona or Hawaii, which don’t change their clocks.

Recently, I was reading in Jeremiah 13 on this year’s pass through the Bible. One verse caught my attention because of its contribution to a theological argument and because of at least one relationship to another part of the Bible.

BISBEE — Holiday fun for all to be had this week in Bisbee, so get your smiles on and join in the celebration of the season.

BISBEE — Although members of the St. Patrick Women’s Club were looking forward to the planned Christmas bazaar Saturday, it is now canceled for the second year in a row due to the COVID–19 virus.

SIERRA VISTA — The Sierra Vista Unified School District is offering a look inside the district’s new technology platforms and how they’re being used by students and teachers with their “texpo” event Dec. 8 at the Rothery Educational Center.

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TOMBSTONE — Tombstone Unified School District will be receiving an $850,000 Transportation Modernization Grant, awarded through A for Arizona, a nonprofit in Phoenix.

DOUGLAS — Students from a group called the Kindness Club at Joe Carlson and Clawson Elementary Schools recently held a food drive for St. Vincent de Paul on G Avenue.

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Sierra Vista Sings will present its Sing for Joy holiday concerts, featuring Vocalise, the High Desert Singers and the Note-ables.

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SAN DIEGO — Migrants seeking to enter the United States will again have to stay in Mexico as they await immigration hearings, as the Biden administration reluctantly announced plans Thursday to reinstate the Trump-era policy and agreed to Mexico’s conditions for resuming it.

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Democratic legislative leaders presented a laundry list of grievances over Latino districts, competitiveness and a GOP lawmaker’s attempt to influence his Tucson-area legislative district, while House Speaker Rusty Bowers urged the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission to put less of a premium on competitive districts, as lawmakers from both sides of the aisle got an opportunity […]

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Democrats on the U.S. House Natural Resources Committee on Thursday encouraged President Joe Biden to take stronger action to limit oil and gas production, while Republicans said reducing domestic production would only increase global emissions from overseas suppliers. In a hearing less than a week after the U.S. Interior Department released a report that called […]

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