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FORT HUACHUCA — A new officer took over command of the Army Intelligence Center of Excellence and Fort Huachuca early Tuesday morning.

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COUNTY — Haven’t started back to school shopping yet? It’s probably for the best. County schools are shifting their return plans back to distance learning after speaking with the local health department.

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SIERRA VISTA — After this week’s primary elections, the Herald/Review asked the Cochise County Democratic Committee Chairperson Elisabeth Tyndall and Cochise County Republican Committee Chairman Robert Montgomery what their thoughts are as we head into the general election in November.

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PALOMINAS — A manila envelope containing several packets of powder mailed to two women in the Palominas area elicited a hefty HAZMAT response Thursday that included local, state and federal agencies.

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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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SUNSITES — If people who draw water from the Willcox Basin choose to form a water district to preserve the aquifer, they will have to come together and sell their objective to the state legislators for approval.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Sierra Club and the Southern Border Communities Coalition has asked the United States Supreme Court to lift the stay it placed on an injunction filed last year to halt border wall construction.