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BISBEE — “Hands Across the River,” an assembly of people who want to show solidarity for the preservation of the San Pedro River will gather at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 26, at the Hereford bridge on Hereford Rd.

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The Sierra Vista Winter Visitor Program continues Wednesday, Jan. 29, at 9 a.m. with Father Greg Adolf speaking on ENTRADA-ON THE TRAIL OF THE SPANISH CONQUISTADORES.

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SIERRA VISTA — Through collaboration and partnerships, Cochise County Superintendent of Schools Jacqui Clay is working on strategies to sustain “long-term educational and community relationships.”

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BISBEE — A vote to post a request for proposals for the demolition of the fire–ravaged shell of the former Bisbee City Hall ended in a tie Tuesday night, which again delayed movement on construction of new housing for the city government.

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SIERRA VISTA — The Sierra Vista Unified School District governing board is moving forward with their search for a new superintendent.

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This week the market weather forecast calls for a balmy day with lots of sunshine. If you need a few minutes to stretch your legs in the middle of the week, come-on out and grab a bite for lunch at one of our food vendors. Our new location in the Veteran’s Memorial Park provides plenty of ac…

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BISBEE — The Bisbee Science Lab (BSL) is planning a celebration of its new home at the Queen Mine Tour from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 1.

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SIERRA VISTA — General manager of Herald/Review Media Pat Wick retired this week from her position after a long and successful career in the newspaper business. Friends, family and current and former coworkers gathered Friday to toast Wick as she begins the next chapter of her life.

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HEREFORD — When Katrina arrived at Horse’n Around Rescue Ranch in late November 2019, the mare looked like “a walking skeleton with skin stretched over her bones,” according to Steve Boice, who helped organize her rescue.

Organizers are preparing for hundreds of people to participate in Monday’s MLK Parade & March for the Dream — an MLK Day event commemorating Civil Rights hero Martin Luther King Jr. — noting that the community has become more and more supportive over the years.

SIERRA VISTA — Autopsy results show that the driver of a vehicle who caused a deadly head-on collision on Highway 90 near Airport Road on Nov. 26, 2019, had a high level of methamphetamine in her blood at the time of the crash.

SIERRA VISTA — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is looking for volunteers to maintain trails within the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area (SPRNCA) in a new Adopt A Trail program.

SIERRA VISTA — Every third Monday in January, the U.S. honors Civil Rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for his fight for equality. But how did the holiday come to be, and why was Arizona one of the last to celebrate? The Herald/Review takes a look at these questions.

BISBEE — After hearing complaints from some residents about certain changes to Bisbee’s animal ordinance, the mayor and city council determined the best way to move forward was to appoint an ad hoc committee to address the main concerns.

TOMBSTONE — The Cochise County Office of Emergency Services is holding a full-scale training exercise today in Tombstone, at the old high school on Fremont Street.

WILLCOX — This weekend, Wings Over Willcox (WOW) Birding and Nature Festival begins its celebration of the spectacular feathered species who call the eastern half of Cochise County home for the winter.

SIERRA VISTA — The Sierra Vista Police Department urges citizens to be cautious when making online purchases that seem too good to be true because they could be unknowingly participating in a fraud or identity theft scam.

HUACHUCA CITY — By the end of 2020, members of nonprofit Huachuca City Community Garden, Inc. (HCCG) expect to have fresh produce available for Huachuca City and Whetstone residents.