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.
Courts and Crime
- Sheriff's Office makes arrest in kidnapping case
- Border Patrol apprehends three after chase
- Shooting injures two people, Sierra Vista police say
- Q & A with Cochise County Superior Court Judge Laura Cardinal
- Former jail chaplain Packer pleads guilty to kidnapping, sex crimes
- Police report reveals new details in transit station murder-suicide
- Former fire chief Allmon sentenced to 3 years for theft
- Q & A: Tough childhood led officer to dream career
- CBP officers seize drugs, undeclared currency
- 11 killed, including 9 from one family, in Mexico cartel ambush
- Nine killed in ambush in Mexico; family reveals details online
- Pre-dawn gunfire in Agua Prieta likely drug cartel-related, say Douglas police
- SADDLE UP: Sheriff's Ranch Patrol is no ordinary job
- U.S. Border Patrol reports large increase of arrests for FY19; marijuana busts down over 50%
- Bays' trial set for March 2020
- Court's order regarding photos is unconstitutional, lawyer says
- New hotline established for reporting criminal activity at border
- Benson nixes calls to the public at council meetings for now
- State grant enhances SVPD DUI enforcement efforts
- Officers seize over $1 million in drugs at Tucson Sector ports of entry; two in Cochise County
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.
An important role of any community college is to support the economic development of the region it serves. Cochise has a long history of doing so by granting thousands of degrees and certificates annually to students who now work in healthcare, automotive, construction, cybersecurity, weldin…
REGION — Ten Cochise County schools received top marks for the 2018-2019 school year through newly released letter grades from the Arizona Department of Education (ADE).
SIERRA VISTA — Creating an educational system that results in a skilled workforce and economic independence for all students requires collaboration between schools and communities. That message resonated during an annual roundtable on Thursday, an event hosted by Cochise County Superintenden…
SIERRA VISTA — Sierra Vista Unified School District Superintendent Kelly Glass announced at Tuesday night’s board meeting that she planned to submit her resignation Wednesday morning. Her resignation will be effective June 30, after the current school year ends.
TOMBSTONE — The $10 million bond for Tombstone Unified School District looked set to fail Tuesday night as early election numbers were released by Cochise County.
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey went to the headquarters of the Arizona National Guard on Monday to publicize a provision in the budget restoring tuition assistance to citizen soldiers.
SIERRA VISTA — The local Huachuca Gould’s Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) in Sierra Vista will award a $500 scholarship to a high school senior (public, private or home schooled) who plans to attend an institution of higher learning during the 2020-21 school year. This …
APACHE — Taking advantage of the afternoon off from school, a group of five students were tossing a football around while others ran about playing or helping the “staff” of Apache Elementary School (AES) prepare the tables for the Open House with parents, friends and community members.
Teacher retention, salaries for teachers and support staff, and behavioral health issues are three top concerns among educators in Cochise County, according to a survey generated by County Schools Superintendent Jacqui Clay.
Once a year Lowe’s Home Improvement stores participate in a Heroes Project to help better the lives of our local community. This years recipient was Huachuca City Elementary School. Over three days Lowes funded and provided materials for three refresh projects. Professional install was provi…
While most students throughout Cochise County were enjoying fall break, a handful of young people were hard at work preparing for last Sunday’s 90th annual Tombstone Helldorado Days Parade.