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BISBEE – The ruckus began in earnest Tuesday as the county began displaying the new logo developed and approved by the Cochise County Tourism and Economic Council on its website and other online materials.

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BISBEE — Only Bisbee’s Ward 3 will feature an election with more than one candidate, as incumbent Louis Pawlik and Donna Pulling afce off in the primary. Both candidates took time to respond to questions from the Herald/Review; here are their answers.

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BISBEE — The Bisbee Rotary Club offered a virtual mayoral debate between incumbent Mayor David Smith and former councilman Ken Budge Monday night.

BISBEE — As the spread of COVID–19 continues to climb drastically in Arizona, Cochise County and now Bisbee, Mayor David Smith is adamant about protecting the city and about requiring residents and visitors to wear facial masks in all public places within the city limits.

BISBEE — With so many variables in the ever-changing landscape of COVID-19, it is no wonder Bisbee Unified School District officials and district board members are having a difficult time trying to tackle the back to school problems.

BISBEE — A bicyclist was hit and killed by a motorist on Monday morning near the Mule Pass Tunnel in Bisbee, the Department of Public Safety said.

BISBEE — A longtime Bisbee resident was found dead outside his house on Sunday, the apparent victim of a bee attack, the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office said.

SIERRA VISTA — Gov. Doug Ducey gave the green light to open schools in the fall, but local districts are proceeding with caution as uncertainty still looms.

BISBEE — After some discussion during Tuesday’s Bisbee City Council meeting, the mayor and council voted not to open the public pool at Higgins Park due to COVID–19 concerns.

BISBEE — Many Bisbee businesses and restaurants have reopened for customers, many with new setups or adaptations, after Gov. Doug Ducey gave the go-ahead last month.

BISBEE — The Old Bisbee Firewise Community Garden became a reality early Saturday morning as volunteers from Bisbee Bloomers, Bisbee Rotary Club, Step Up Bisbee/Naco and Old Bisbee Firewise (OBF) worked together to plant several types of shrubs and bushes.

BISBEE — The city’s 2020-2021 fiscal year budget includes $90,000 which was expected to be raised through an ambulance subscription program which would be open to anyone living in the Bisbee Fire Department’s 440–square mile coverage area and city residents.

BISBEE — In an effort to help provide affordable housing options, Bisbee’s mayor and city council voted unanimously in favor of establishing an ordinance which allows the city manager, with the city attorney, to acquire homes and properties with liens from unpaid sewer and garbage bills.

BISBEE — Bisbee High School graduates received a warm congratulatory response of cheers and clapping Sunday as they walked down Main Street in Old Bisbee to collect not their diplomas, but free meals from Cafe Roka.

BISBEE — The two sales tax increase proposals have again been postponed by the Bisbee Mayor and City Council and only one may make it to the November ballot for voters to decide on.

BISBEE — It was a trough decision to make, but the Bisbee Unified School District board agreed with the superintendent and teachers and passed a resolution which made the average grades students received at the end of the third quarter their final grades.

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The Cooper Queen Library has once again received national attention, this time in TIME magazine in the April 6 double issue as part of “The Uniters” feature, recognizing people who have impacted their communities.

BISBEE — Though two sales tax increases were on the Bisbee City Council agenda as one item for approval, the council instead agreed Tuesday night to separate the proposals set to go on the ballot in November into different resolutions to avoid confusion of the voters.

BISBEE — Bisbee residents will have a new outdoor exercise court which touts a seven–minute, full–body workout at Higgins Park in Old Bisbee at no cost to the city.

BISBEE — The Bisbee Fire Department will not be transporting patients out of the county to hospitals in Tucson on a regular basis as the Mayor and City Council unanimously approved a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Arizona Ambulance.