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DOUGLAS — The Douglas City Council has scheduled a special meeting for 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in city hall council chambers to discuss the possible sale of the Douglas Municipal Airport located east of Douglas on Airport Road.

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BISBEE — Following the recommendation of the county’s Redistricting Advisory Commission, the county Board of Supervisors made it official and approved the existing boundaries of the supervisor districts with no changes.

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DOUGLAS — Hundreds of Douglas residents, both young and old, were on hand for the city of Douglas tree lighting ceremony followed by the annual Christmas parade Saturday, officially kicking off the holiday season.

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They say it’s their last book, but Midge LeMay and Sue Poirier have learned one thing from exploring Arizona for the last decade: You never know what’s around the corner.

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BISBEE — The Bisbee Community Chorus will hold a “A Christmas Carol Sing-Along,” part of its “Together Again” celebration, at 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Covenant Presbyterian Church Annex on Howell Avenue.

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Arizona officials and advocates praised U.S. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland for declaring “squaw” as a derogatory term and ordering that it be removed from any geographic feature on federal lands, which will rename 67 locations in Arizona. “The removal of such language is bittersweet as it addresses an everyday indignity that Native Americans […]

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Due to Covid, we will no longer be open on Saturdays 2-4 for adoptions. We will make appointments 7 days a week adoptions or donations. Call 520 457-2545. No plans for off site adoptions.

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SIERRA VISTA — More than 500 people were treated to a bountiful Thanksgiving courtesy of the Sierra Vista Salvation Army Corps and a large group of volunteers.

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The annual Christmas Light Parade is fast approaching as the season’s holidays have arrived. However, this year there will be some changes to the city’s parade route.

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BISBEE — Thanks to the Bisbee Community Foundation, an $8,900 informational kiosk noting the City Beautiful plan that gave rise to the Warren District and its many historic sites will be installed in Vista Park in the near future.

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FLORENCE (AP) — Pinal County personnel are clearing a road to an isolated 10-acre tract for a future sheriff’s shooting range, which neighbors fear will cause property values to plummet in the surrounding pristine desert and open range land north of Florence.

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SIERRA VISTA — “I think coffee is the only thing that the whole world agrees on ... It’s brought countries together, it’s brought cities together, states, small towns, families. And so, we really just need to take everybody up on that and we just need to work together and try to make the wor…

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With Schieffelin’s early discoveries proving viable, a milling operation now had to be constructed to turn raw silver ore into the currency of silver bullion. Gird would choose the San Pedro River as the location for his mill, and the Corbin Mill would soon follow.

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COCHISE COUNTY — On Tuesday morning three semi-trucks stuffed with holiday cheer and messages of faith pulled out of Calvary Chapel in Sierra Vista, en route to Fullerton, California.

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SIERRA VISTA — With the Sierra Vista Unified School District reporting the passing of a Buena High School senior in October, interim Principal Nicole Young shares the school’s protocol for handling such cases.