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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.

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.

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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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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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BISBEE — Each year the Bisbee Women’s Club hosts its annual benefit auction of art chairs and tables, paintings and crafts, and this year’s assemblage on the 20th anniversary of the event will not disappoint.

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BISBEE — If you have seen someone collecting tumbleweed along fence lines and wondered why, it is because a Hereford couple creates amazing sculptures and jewelry from the prolific, prickly, pesky weed.

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BISBEE — For over half a century, at least, the Bisbee Fire Department has held food drives to be sure everyone had something for their tables on Thanksgiving Day.

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BISBEE — Chiricahua Community Health Centers, Inc. wants to finish renovations to the building that houses its pharmacy and officials hope to get some help from U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick and U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly to pay for it.

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BISBEE — In an effort to thwart the use of smokeless e–cigarettes and vape pens on campuses, the Bisbee Unified School District governing board approved the installation of wireless detectors in the restrooms at the high school and the junior high school.

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BISBEE — It’s that time of year when the Bisbee Fire Department Local 2146 asks the community for help in providing boxes filled with food for residents who may have a tough time providing the annual turkey dinner for Thanksgiving.

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The old Warren Ballpark was alive with music and celebration Saturday at the sixth annual Bisbee Mariachi Festival. Besides song and dance, there was food, drink and fun for all the children attending.

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BISBEE — Even though the Bisbee Planning and Zoning Commission was unable to recommend rezoning the old high school on Clawson Avenue as requested by the county, the mayor and city council gave a green light to rezone it from R-1 to CM-2 during the Nov. 2 meeting.

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BISBEE — If you are hankering for a fiesta, the sixth annual Bisbee Mariachi Festival will deliver all day long some of the best music and dancing from south of the border on Saturday, Nov. 6, at the Warren Ballpark.

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BISBEE — Monday morning passersby on Arizona Street saw a welcome sight as the burned out shell of Bisbee’s city hall was knocked down, leaving the west and south walls standing for the time being.

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BISBEE — A new owner has taken over the Historical Haunted Tours of Bisbee, and she is ready for show-and-tell to entertain visitors and locals Halloween weekend.

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BISBEE — Meggen Connolley was one of 12 recipients recently awarded $1,000 by Sparklight for making a difference in her community as part of the internet service provider’s “A Stronger Connection” social media campaign.

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After a year hiatus due to the coronavirus, the annual and informal Bisbee Rolling Art Transportation Society — B.R.A.T.S. — came back with aplomb last Saturday in Old Bisbee. Several unmotorized vehicles rolled down Tombstone Canyon beginning at the legendary Ironman statue for the 11th ite…

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BISBEE — After sitting for four years, the former city hall on Arizona Street will finally see activity as demolition work on a portion of the burned out building is completed and design plans to rebuild on the site are put out for bid.

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BISBEE — Moving forward on increasing environmental health fees to more accurately reflect actual costs to Cochise County, the Board of Supervisors directed the health department staff to move ahead with the proposed first-year increases.