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HUACHUCA CITY — The property once known as “Dusk till Dawn,” a former cabaret located in Huachuca City, was purchased by the town in December, with the building and adjoining parking area now for sale or lease.

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PHOENIX — Landlords and mobile home park owners from around the state are asking the Arizona Supreme Court to void an executive order by Gov. Doug Ducey blocking evictions of tenants who do not pay their rent.

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TOMBSTONE — A Tombstone bar owner’s request to a judge that penalties recommended by the state be postponed until the saloon’s attorneys can present more evidence in their case has been denied.

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TOMBSTONE — Despite closures, social distancing, masks and the “new normal” visitors strolled Tombstone’s boardwalks on Saturday for the town’s fourth annual Doc Holli-DAYS celebration.

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Small businesses have been hit hard during the pandemic. Unprecedented job losses plus economic slowdowns due to COVID-19 have sparked fear about the future. Times like these compel innovation; when consumer habits and interests shift, the businesses that want to serve them are forced to do …

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COCHISE COUNTY — In response to COVID-19 and its economic impacts, members of the Senate and House of Representatives have introduced bipartisan legislation that would alleviate some financial concerns on electric cooperatives and the rural communities they serve.

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As the coronavirus pandemic shuttered bars and restaurants in March, Phil McDaniel’s craft distillery in St. Augustine, Florida, stopped producing bourbon. Then he realized there was one alcohol-based product he could make that people would still clamor for: hand sanitizer.

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PHOENIX — Arizona should not be forced to give voters a chance to “cure” the fact that they forgot to sign the envelopes holding their ballots before dropping them in the mail, Attorney General Mark Brnovich contends.

PHOENIX — The state's top health official acknowledged that she and Gov. Doug Ducey are ignoring some Arizona-specific recommendations from the White House Coronavirus Task Force.

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The coronavirus pandemic’s toll on the nation’s economy became emphatically clearer Thursday as the government detailed the most devastating three-month collapse on record, which wiped away nearly five years of growth.

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Sierra Vista is a military town. Therefore, many of us have personal or family ties to the military. I’m sure that many of you were in the same boat I was during the summer of 2015 when we found out about the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) breach. Hackers had exfiltrated (the technical…

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Us humans love to make things more complicated than they really are. For some reason we are just drawn to the more complex option. We often find it easier to believe that the best solution to our problems is the one with the most sparkles or that is the most flashy.

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PHOENIX — Business interests trying to quash a vote on higher taxes on the rich sought to convince a judge Wednesday that the extent and breadth of the proposed new levy is being purposely understated and misleading.

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TOMBSTONE — Wyatt Earp’s Oriental Saloon and Theater in Tombstone received an unexpected visit Tuesday morning from Arizona Department of Gaming officials, who seized 32 bingo machines, an ATM and computer.

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All day long I get questions about traditional IRA’s and Roth IRA’s. Everyone wants to know which is better. And some days, I do wish there was a blanket answer that I could slap on to everyone’s situation. It sure would make my job a lot easier, but unfortunately, there is no secret answer.…

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Dear M &M: I do not have an employee handbook. Seems like I had a lot of confusion with my employees lately on what the rules were to work here. Any thoughts on creating one? – Jill

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In 1993, dinosaurs came to life. We were assured they were in a controlled environment. Dennis Nedry was the underappreciated system administrator/programmer/network engineer/aspiring dinosaur cloner. Paid less than he thought he was worth, Dennis struggled to make a living. Eventually, he t…

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PHOENIX — Internet giant Google is asking a judge to block a bid by Attorney General Mark Brnovich to publicly disclose documents he got from the company during his investigation of how it uses private information.