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BISBEE — The Cochise County Board of Supervisors heard counsel from attorney Ryan Esplin, a former Mohave County deputy attorney, in response to a letter Elections Director Lisa Marra filed with Human Resources

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BISBEE — Cochise County has been hit with an $88,414 bill for the attorney fees of the Arizona Chapter of Retired Americans due to lawsuits on three Republican county office holders who attempted to force the elections department to hold a hand count of the 2022 election ballots.

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BISBEE — It appears Cochise County Elections Director Lisa Marra has substantial support from county residents and some have let her know they stand beside her for election integrity.

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BISBEE — On Tuesday, May 16, county voters will have the opportunity to vote on the formation of a jail district to build a new jail estimated to cost $100 million.

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SIERRA VISTA — A program that gives the homeless a chance to work and get paid in cash took off on Wednesday morning as four individuals armed with gloves, garbage bags and other tools attacked a littered field just west of Veterans Memorial Park.

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TUCSON — “This is a group that is not focused on the politics of anything, this is a group that is focused on the results of everything,” said Rep. Juan Ciscomani during his opening remarks of his first citizen advisory council meeting on Jan. 19.

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Eggs are being confiscated across the Southwest border of the United States faster than you can fry them, the feds say, the act occurring even in rural Cochise County where customs officers have seen an increase at both the Douglas and Naco ports of entry.

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The San Pedro River Arts Council is looking for entries for its 13th annual open judged fine arts show and sale to be held at the Cochise College Benson Center during March.

BISBEE — Cochise County Elections Director Lisa Marra resigned Tuesday, citing harassment she has endured over the past two years and particularly the past few months.

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In the past, the Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering would come into schools around the county to encourage the younger generation to participate or attend the event by performing poetry and Western music.

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SIERRA VISTA — The Youth Arts Festival will be held Saturday, Feb. 25, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Cochise College Sierra Vista campus at 901 N. Colombo Avenue. It is planned to be a fun-filled, inspiring day of creativity and discovery through the arts led by Cochise College and community…

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During a Southeast Arizona Economic Development Group luncheon last Wednesday, several speakers provided updates about the organizations they represent.

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SIERRA VISTA — Like almost everyone plugged into a pressure cooker of a workplace, educators need to recharge their batteries for their own mental and physical well-being to remain as effective teachers.

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SIERRA VISTA — Cochise County School Superintendent Dr. Jacqui Clay found the woman she was looking for to manage a $1.2 million mental health consortium for Cochise County.

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SIERRA VISTA — Cochise County School Superintendent Jacqui Clay’s strong suit has always been her innate ability for envisioning possibilities that could benefit her community in incalculable ways.

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BENSON — In November 2022, Cochise County’s retail, restaurant and bar, and hotel/motel receipts were up from November 2021, after adjusting for inflation. November’s increases followed six consecutive months of year-over-year decline across the three largest categories of taxable sales countywide.

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Mignonne Hollis, executive director of the Arizona Regional Economic Development Foundation, has been elected to serve on the Board of Trustees for the National Small Business Association for 2023.