TUCSON — Buena High School senior Matt Swartswelder shocked his teachers and himself at the SkillsUSA Region 6 automotive competition earlier this month.
Courts and Crime
- DNA results lead to arrest of man on child sex charges
- Cochise County camera program extending across region
- Bisbee Design Review Board member Sky pleads no contest in assault case
- Mexican drug smugglers continue recruiting Arizona youth
- Tombstone city attorney pleads guilty to domestic violence charges
- Army asks CBD to negotiate differences, avoid lawsuit
- Tombstone's 139-year-old charter helps in dismissal of complaint about city attorney's jurisdiction to prosecute criminal cases
- Abuse, death of Douglas toddler deemed complex case by judge
- Accused killer's former attorney orders mental evaluation; trial delayed again
- Sheriff's Office seeks accused child molester wanted since 2017
- Saga against contractor's house on Laundry Hill continues
- Former doctor sentenced for plan to murder woman who also belonged to his racketeering enterprise
- Woman charged with motorist death released pending trial
- Former jail chaplain Packer sentenced to 15 years in prison for sexually assaulting inmates
- Douglas man now facing murder charge in death of 2-year-old
- Toxicology test still pending in reckless manslaughter crash case
- Woman found guilty on 2 charges in drug organization trial
- Trial begins in drug-trafficking organization case
- Driver faces prison for rollover crash that injured toddler, veteran deputy
- Task force makes 5 DUI arrests in New Year’s Eve detail
Parent-teacher conferences are an excellent opportunity for parents and teachers to team up for raising students achievement. When teachers schedule parent-teacher conferences, they are signaling how important parent partnership is to the success and achievement of their children.
Denielle Eliason, harpist for the Sierra Vista Symphony Orchestra, says one of her greatest joys as a musician is performing for the annual children’s concert.
TOMBSTONE — Bridging the gap between Huachuca City School’s and Tombstone High School’s football programs is what administrators and coaches feel will grow the high school program, which struggled to field a complete team last season.
When Garrett Jackson joined Buena High School as an assistant varsity basketball coach last November, it was full circle for the fromer Colt player.
Before the winter break, Huachuca City School had many festivities, including a schoolwide holiday concert. It was a great time and all students did a wonderful job. Thank you to all of the parents who came to our program.
Sierra Vista — Huachuca Masonic Lodge No. 53 recently partnered with neighboring Leman Academy of Excellence in Sierra Vista to produce the community’s first annual Bikes for Books Program event.
In an effort to spread holiday cheer and make math fun, St. Vincent de Paul teamed up with Carmichael Elementary School on Wednesday to help fifth graders purchase gifts for their family.
SIERRA VISTA — Making a city or town a better place is a tough task for anyone. Local 9- to 14-year-olds decided to take on this challenge for this year’s ninth annual FIRST LEGO League competition.
SIERRA VISTA — When asked what he likes most about using computers in his class, A.J. Fuhriman, a kindergartener at Leman Academy of Excellence, says he especially enjoys reading.
SIERRA VISTA — Tuesday’s groundbreaking ceremony held at the Cochise College Sierra Vista campus marked the next chapter for the school’s automotive technology program.
SIERRA VISTA — With 2019 winding down, Sierra Vista Unified School District is approaching the new year on a positive note, according to district board president Barbara Williams.
The Mustangs girls’ softball team, representing middle school students from Huachuca City and Walter J. Meyer schools, celebrated an official ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday afternoon to commemorate a new place to play the game.
SIERRA VISTA — More than 200 Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets gathered at Buena High School on Nov. 23 for the eighth annual Huachuca Challenge, a competition hosted by the Buena High School Fighting Colt Battalion.
Cochise County residents and visitors will have an opportunity to preview some holiday dishes, or even get new ideas for their own holiday meals, on Saturday as four area schools compete in the first-ever Cochise County School Superintendent’s Culinary Challenge.