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BISBEE — The Arizona Department of Transportation will again be working on the rockfall project along State Route 80 north of Bisbee starting Monday, Dec. 6.

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BISBEE — The fact that 47 people have died of COVID-19 in the last month should be a wake-up call to county residents who remain on the fence wondering if they should get the shot as the third wave of infections continues to rise, according to one local official.

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December’s ambiance began its glow at the annual tree lighting in Sierra Vista Friday night and in Palominas Saturday at the Unorganized Christmas Parade. Kids and adults got into the holiday spirit at Veterans Memorial Park for the tree lighting while all sorts of celebrants marched down Pa…

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BISBEE — Following the recommendation of the county’s Redistricting Advisory Commission, the county Board of Supervisors made it official and approved the existing boundaries of the supervisor districts with no changes.

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COCHISE COUNTY — On Tuesday morning three semi-trucks stuffed with holiday cheer and messages of faith pulled out of Calvary Chapel in Sierra Vista, en route to Fullerton, California.

ST. DAVID — Hidden inside an inconspicuous building along a rural stretch of road sits a small, $6 million red helicopter just waiting for a phone call. You hope the call is not about you because if it is, you’re in trouble. Still, you can be thankful that little whirlybird and its crew — a …

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FORT HUACHUCA — After COVID-19 did away with Adopt-A-Soldier last year, Tuesday’s event on post where families were paired with the soldiers they’ll have over for Thanksgiving Day festivities was filled with more excitement and anticipation than waiting for the turkey to come out of the oven.

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BENSON — On Dec. 4, about 40 children will be partnered with a law enforcement officer and treated to a shopping spree at the Benson Walmart.

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COCHISE COUNTY — Nine area high school juniors will be provided an all-expenses paid trip to the nation’s capital in June after being selected from a field that began with more than 700 students competing in the 40th annual Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Cooperative Washington Youth Tour.

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BISBEE — The county Redistricting Advisory Commission listened to the comments made at the public hearings and voted to retain the existing supervisors’ district boundaries and recommended approval to the Board of Supervisors during a meeting Friday.

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COCHISE COUNTY — With COVID-19 case numbers and hospitalizations on the rise in the county, questions arise as to how to celebrate the holidays during the pandemic’s continuing wake.

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BISBEE — The county Board of Supervisors appointed Lupe Diaz of Benson to the Legislative District 14 seat vacated by Becky Nutt Friday afternoon.

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BISBEE — With the resignation of former state LD14 Rep. Becky Nutt, the county Board of Supervisors has the responsibility to appoint a new person to finish her term and Tuesday, the process began with a question and answer interview session.

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SIERRA VISTA — “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” was a common theme Tuesday evening as the county’s Redistricting Advisory Commission held the last public hearing for residents of Sierra Vista and Huachuca City about changing the boundaries of the Board of Supervisors’ Districts 1, 2 and 3.

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BISBEE— In order to help those who need health assistance after release from jail, Cochise Health and Social Services received approval from the Board of Supervisors during the Tuesday meeting to enter into a contract with Hope Inc. to provide telepsychiatry and transportation to appointments.

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TOMBSTONE — The Bellamy Brothers, best known for their easy rolling ‘70s soft rock classic, “Let Your Love Flow” and ‘80’s hit “Redneck Girl,” will be in Tombstone Friday, Nov. 12, for a 7 p.m. concert at Old Tombstone Western Theme Park.

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BISBEE — “We do not need to become a suburb of Sierra Vista. We are our own community,” said Douglas resident Ginny Jordan to the county Redistricting Advisory Commission Monday evening.

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