BISBEE — A number of Sierra Vista residents pressed the Cochise County Board of Supervisors about appointing Cochise County Republican Party Chairman Robert Montgomery to a seat on the Palominas Fire District board, as he has come under fire for his role as a fake elector in an attempt to up…
HOLLYWOOD — No matter how you belt out your song, or what passion you pour into it, in the end it’s about making those superstar judges turn like a top in their chairs on national TV.
Courts and Crime
- Douglas child molestation case going to settlement, prosecutor says
- Octogenarian arrested for child molestation ran youth ministry, report shows
- Accused Bisbee shooter posed as UPS driver to kill former employer
- Wilson murder retrial concludes with unanimous second-degree murder verdict
- UPDATE: Job supervisor shot to death at former Bisbee High
- Wilson retrial continues after juror casts doubt on charge agreed on by peers
- Federal, state officials aim to quash lawsuit over proposed interstate
- Appellate court grants oral arguments in LDS church sexual abuse lawsuit
- Prosecution rests in Roger Wilson murder retrial; defense begins its case
- Brnovich suit claims Biden wants to grow population via illegal migration
- Preliminary injunction sidelines police videotaping law
- Simple research reveals true story
- McNeal man says he killed stepfather over Bible dispute, other issues
- McNeal man arrested for murder after hailing deputies on road, sheriff's officials say
- Jail committee hears about court challenges with inmate communication, transportation
- Sierra Vista man, 80, charged with child molestation, exploitation of minors
- Judge sides with defense, grants summary judgement in child sexual abuse lawsuit
- Voter registration groups seeking to block new law
- Wilson retrial rocked by his outburst before opening statements
BISBEE — It was an enlightening morning as Cochise County Jail District Public Outreach Committee members toured the existing jail on Sept. 23, saw the conditions and had questions answered in preparation of presenting their observations to the public about the need for a new jail facility.
BISBEE — The San Pedro River flows north from Mexico through the center of Cochise County. It is one of the last undammed rivers in the American Southwest.
The Huachuca City town library recently resurrected its Spotlight Speaker series with a kickoff event that featured Arizona Corporation Commission Chairwoman Lea Marquez Peterson as keynote speaker.
COCHISE COUNTY — Sky Islands Alliance will be holding a volunteer–led effort to remove an invasive plant species and re–erect a downed fence around McGrew Spring, a closed to the public, secluded, shady oasis in the Whetstone Mountains beginning at 8 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 2.
COCHISE COUNTY — When television was beginning to break out of its infancy in the early 1950s, it got a jolt in the arm with a whirl of TV Westerns that grabbed American viewers with such an uproar it even stunned Hollywood.
BISBEE — As questions about the condition of the groundwater supplies in the Willcox and Douglas basins continue to be asked prior to voting on approving Active Management Area designations, a public meeting will be held 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27, at the YMCA Plaza Esmeralda, 1000 Pan…
SIERRA VISTA — The youngest of six women who graduated from Buena High School and recently spoke with the Herald/Review about sexual harassment by male instructors got an order of protection in 2017 against one of her former teachers over the inappropriate comments.
Screaming guitars, thumping bass, pounding drums, soaring vocals and even the sounds of violins were all part of the musical experience at the Blues in Bisbee Festival Saturday at Warren Ballpark.
SIERRA VISTA — Half a dozen women who graduated from Buena High School between 2012 and 2020 have come forward to relay their experiences of sexual harassment at the school by a handful of male teachers.
BISBEE — Arizona Department of Housing requested Cochise County continue to inspect and enforce installation standards for manufactured housing and mobile homes in the county and Tombstone and begin to provide the services in Bisbee and Douglas for the next five years.
“I believe our community’s energy situation could only be described as ‘in crisis’ if there were nothing we could do about it, but there is something we can do,” Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Cooperative CEO Jason Bowling said Tuesday.
FORT HUACHUCA — The new garrison commander on post is interested in a lot more than just making sure all the missions on this installation are running smoothly. Col. John Ives also wants Fort Huachuca involved in helping entrepreneurs — including the spouses of soldiers — grow their business…
DOUGLAS — Join Cochise College on Friday, Oct. 7, at 5 p.m. to celebrate the Pit Fire Pottery Festival at the Douglas campus, 4190 W. State Route 80. Admission and entertainment at the festival are free. Everyone is welcome.
PORTAL — The smiles on the students showed just how much they enjoyed their three days of fun as members of the community came out to teach them crafts with different mediums and folk dancing last week at Apache Elementary School in the far southeastern corner of Cochise County.
After three years of emotionally-charged hearings in a Cochise County courtroom, a New Mexico woman accused of causing the death of another motorist after she made a U-turn on State Route 80 was sentenced to four years probation.
COCHISE COUNTY — The desert landscapes of Cochise County have turned lush and green over the past few months thanks to a wetter than normal monsoon season. July and August have had above average rainfall in Cochise County, and the latest predictions from the National Weather Service predict …
WILLCOX — It may be safe to say many of us keep our “stuff” longer than we should. At times for sentimental reasons, some practical, and sometimes there’s no reason at all, for as long as there’s space, we keep our stuff.
SIERRA VISTA — The Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona’s Responsive Grant Program 2022 awarded a plethora of nonprofit organizations last week at Cochise College.
BISBEE — Aug. 23 and 24 were trying days for a number of residents in St. David and Elfrida when floodwaters swamped roads and more than 40 homes as more than 2 inches of rain fell in one hour both days.
SIERRA VISTA — Lightning strikes, damaging winds, snapped tree limbs and even unlucky rattlesnakes and cats entangled in wires are some of the many reasons that power can be disrupted.