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BISBEE — Copper Queen Community Hospital (CQCH) will be holding a health fair in Douglas and one in Palominas this spring to acquaint people with the services available to them in their areas.

BISBEE — The Bisbee City Council decided Tuesday night to seek proposals for the cost of demolishing and removing the burned-out shell of city hall, taking the next step in the long process to determine the building’s fate.

BISBEE — Happy civil protection directors and mayors from Naco and Cananea, Sonora, recently drove back across the border with trucks loaded with firefighting gear that has passed the expiration date and cannot be used here in the U.S.

For the 29th year, Friends of the Copper Queen Library will host “Bisbee Chocolate Tasting” from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday at Central School Project in Old Bisbee.

Artemizia Gallery will be showcasing several works of the Conner Brothers who traveled to Bisbee following a suggestion by internationally-known, local artist Sloane Bouchever beginning Saturday, Feb. 1.

BISBEE — A vote to post a request for proposals for the demolition of the fire–ravaged shell of the former Bisbee City Hall ended in a tie Tuesday night, which again delayed movement on construction of new housing for the city government.

BISBEE — The Bisbee Science Lab (BSL) is planning a celebration of its new home at the Queen Mine Tour from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 1.

BISBEE — After hearing complaints from some residents about certain changes to Bisbee’s animal ordinance, the mayor and city council determined the best way to move forward was to appoint an ad hoc committee to address the main concerns.

BISBEE — The Bisbee Community Chorus is looking for more members and welcome any who enjoy singing and want to entertain.

REGION — With 2020 kicking off today, the Herald/Review asked local leaders what they are looking forward to or planning for the new year and beyond.

BISBEE — A 108-year-old apartment building, uninhabitable since the owner failed to pay mounting garbage and sewer bills, could eventually become the property of the City of Bisbee, officials said earlier this week.

BISBEE — Those colorful old cars that line Erie Street in the Lowell section of Old Bisbee can stay parked for now, as vehicle owners work on a solution that would placate both them and city officials who wanted many of the automobiles gone by Jan. 1.

BISBEE — The Bisbee Fire Station on Hwy. 92 had a busy Friday morning with 911 calls and firefighter training, but thanks to volunteers who came to lend a hand, 61 boxes of food and bags of toys for Bisbee’s families and children were hauled to cars and trucks.

BISBEE – An early morning fire in Old Bisbee Wednesday claimed the life of Scott Roberts, who lived in Bisbee for years and was a volunteer for artist Gretchen Baer’s Studio Mariposa in Naco, Sonora, Mexico.

BISBEE — Construction of the new Bisbee city hall was again delayed Tuesday, as the city council decided to table approval of an agreement with Albert Hopper for architectural and engineering services.

To celebrate the holiday season, beginning Friday, Dec. 13, through Tuesday, Dec. 23, the Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum invites all Bisbee residents to visit the museum, free of charge. The museum is also offering a two-for-one discount for all Cochise County residents. In opening ou…

BISBEE — Though at times an inconvenience to those traveling up and down Highway 80 east of the Mule Pass Tunnel, the work being done to clear land above Old Bisbee is critical to the properties and lives of the people who call the high-fire risk area home.

BIBSEE — The eclectic, historic mining town of Bisbee has made it on many Top 10 lists and now it is on one which could bring a $500,000 makeover and be the focus of the Small Business Revolution (SBR), an online show sponsored by the Deluxe Corporation.