SIERRA VISTA — It’s taken more than $50,000, 15 months and a lot of prayer, but on Thursday the leaders of the New Jerusalem Community Church will proudly open the doors of the their new Fellowship Center to the public.
Asked and answered by the fabulous drag queen Scarlet Envy on the reality TV series RuPaul’s Drag Race, you most likely are the drama. Or at least a portion of it. The phrase toxic work environment has appeared with increased frequency across many a workplace. Spotting a toxic work environme…
Courts and Crime
- Audit findings to be presented Sept. 24, Fann says
- Lengthy investigation of former Douglas cop shows association with drug dealers
- Early morning shooting sparked by altercation, police say
- Senate not shielded from producing audit reports, AZ Supreme Court rules
- AZ high court gives Brnovich OK to sue over ASU hotel deal
- Couple charged in toddler's death indicted in abuse of two others
- Accused child killer's trial may be delayed yet again
- Pre-trial conference set in child sexual exploitation case
- Bond denied as details emerge in Sunizona double homicide case
- Payroll company owner charged with 40-plus felonies seeks settlement
- Victims identified as investigators continue searching murder suspect's property
- Sunizona man charged with two murders following search
- Cochise County appoints new public defender
- TMC can't sue CVS over opioid prescriptions, AZ Supreme Court rules
- Woman charged with toddler son's death in custody, officials say
- AZ anti-abortion groups take notice of new Texas legislation
- Senate not following audit-document surrender order, attorney says
- Police searching for couple in connection with child's murder
- Former court clerk who struck bicyclist, assaulted police officers gets probation
- Two men charged with sexual exploitation of a minor in unrelated cases
BISBEE — After some discussion, the Cochise County Board of Supervisors approved a new memorandum of understanding between Cochise County, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Sierra Vista and Fort Huachuca regarding the San Pedro Riparian Conservation Area and the bureau’s resource management plan.
DOUGLAS — A wide variety of breeds of dogs along with their handlers were in Douglas competing in the K9 Frisbee Toss and Fetch Douglas regional competition Saturday at Veteran’s Memorial Park on Eighth Street.
COCHISE COUNTY — Three Cochise County residents passionately advocated for the removal of schoolwide mask mandates at a Zoom question/answer session Tuesday evening with Cochise County education and health officials.
The Center on Rural Innovation, a national nonprofit advancing inclusive rural prosperity, has announced the four rural communities selected to receive fully funded participation in its upcoming Rural Innovation Initiative cohorts.
PHOENIX — Arizonans are poisoning themselves with medication meant for horses and cattle in their belief it will prevent or fight COVID-19.
Adobe Care & Wellness is hosting a series of free health fairs bringing education and health screenings from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to residents in Douglas, Sierra Vista, Wilcox and Benson. They include screening and preventative care for the following:
When the preacher preaches, his prayer is that the audience will hear, believe and do. Of course, that presupposes that the preacher is presenting God’s word and not just his own ideas or constructs. Some preachers have realized that they are speaking to hostile listeners, so it is refreshin…
“Fuego y Aire,” a multimedia show by Douglas artists Ian Carbajal and Mahala Khoo will be showing at Studio 917 Gallery in Douglas, 917 G. Ave. in Douglas through Sept. 25 on Fridays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
DOUGLAS — Due to the fact the Douglas City Council did not have all of its council members present for the Sept. 8 regular city council meeting, Mayor Donald Huish opted to table a proposed water/sewer increase that was scheduled to come before the city council that night.
DOUGLAS — Despite all the various community events taking place Saturday many Douglas residents took time to pause, reflect and remember the tragic events of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and those who lost their lives as a result.
BENSON — In a 7-0 vote, Benson City Council approved entering into a golf facility management agreement with OB Sports LLC at Monday’s council meeting.
It takes a lot of stamina to make it up 140 flights of stairs. Especially if you’re carrying 70 pounds, more or les,s of extra weight and it’s a hot, late summer day.
COCHISE COUNTY — Cochise College will extend and expand financial, mental health and career support services for students with the third installment of the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund III, a $39.6 billion component of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan.
PHOENIX — The attorney for a coalition of educators, school board members, child welfare advocates and others warned a judge Monday that children could die if she does not void a legislative ban on schools requiring students to be masked.
“My relationship with our Savior has grown immensely,” said Nate Burden, who recently returned home from serving a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. “In the hardest times of my mission when I wondered if it was worth it, (the Savior) was there to remind me…
BENSON — Nearly 2,000 sky lanterns drifted over San Pedro Golf Course Saturday evening, filling the night with a soft glow that served as a somber reminder of the 3,000 lives lost 20 years ago during 9/11.
The history of mankind is etched in milestones that define great leaps through changes in society and the way mankind survived through the centuries. One such milestone was the “Neolithic Revolution.”
BISBEE — It was the perfect day to celebrate the opening of the new Bisbee Saturday Market at Vista Park — a hint of fall’s cool air, sunshine, shade trees — and folks masked and unmasked flocked to Warren to check out the vendors, enjoy the music and see old friends.