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BISBEE — It finally happened. The 30th running of the Bisbee 1000 The Great Stair Climb took off Saturday morning with all the fanfare, festivities and fabulousness one would expect from this unique race that takes participants through the most beautiful parts of this equally eclectic town.

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SIERRA VISTA — Household treasures free for the asking will be available at the Cochise Family Advocacy Center’s Community Giveaway, set for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Lori’s Place, part of the center, 214 E. Tacoma St.

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Grammy award-winning Los Lobos performed Saturday at Warren Ball Park as a benefit for the Bisbee Coalition for the Homeless, Bisbee High School, Friends of the Warren Ballpark and Saint Patrick’s Window Restoration Project. Hundreds of fans turned out to watch the group perform a collection…

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SIERRA VISTA — After 20 years in development, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (JWST or Webb) is set to launch Dec. 18, 2021. It will lift off atop an Ariane 5 rocket from the European Space Agency’s spaceport in French Guiana and make a 30-day trip to the L2 Lagrange Point, a million miles…

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WILLCOX — Long before Willcox began leaning a tad trendy with its stately wine-tasting rooms and award-winning vineyards along the stretch of open desert on Interstate 10, the tiny ranching community in the Sulphur Springs Valley was one of the least-likeliest of places to spawn one of Ameri…

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More than 200 food and music lovers attended this year’s “Men Who Cook” fundraiser event for the Sierra Vista Symphony on Sept. 18, with 15 pairs of local celebrity chefs preparing a variety of dishes and serving up plenty of fun.

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The Kiwanis Club of Sierra Vista is partnering with the city to help with fundraising to purchase a large synthetic Christmas tree as part of the expansion for the annual Christmas holiday tree lighting ceremony. Ray Bouchard, the current president-elect and soon to be president of Kiwanis C…

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BISBEE — Get your brushes, paints, canvasses and imagination ready for the upcoming Bisbee Plein Air Festival Wednesday, Oct. 6, through Sunday, Oct. 10.

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BISBEE — Cochise County will have town hall meetings this week in Bisbee and Douglas to talk about eliminating a few brownfield sites which are more liabilities than assets.

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Television listings for the week of Sept. 17 erroneously appeared in the Sept. 10 edition of the Herald/Review. The correct listings will be available at the Herald/Review office and in Sunday's print edition.

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New products usually hit the world market with great fanfare. Some new introductions are stand-alone affairs when a developer wants to regale their new product, but some come in multiples at the same time. International Expositions or “World’s Fairs” as they are known, were always good place…

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HEREFORD — Theresa Warrell did not grow up on a ranch. But the rough and tumble ranching lifestyle with the days long and dusty and where nothing is typical except the unexpected is definitely in her blood.

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Echoing Hope Ranch is excited to invite the community to the ranch for a free and family-friendly event. As past hosts for the popular Harvest Festival, EHR is hosting a Wine and the Arts event on Saturday, Sept. 11, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at 8344 S. Hereford Road.

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The 33rd annual Cars in the Park show will be held Saturday, Oct. 9, at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Sierra Vista from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. rain or shine.

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FORT HUACHUCA — Unvaccinated uniformed service members will get their shot in the arm on the installation in mid-September during a four-day vaccination blitz following orders from the U.S. Secretary of Defense that all active military must be vaccinated against COVID-19.

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Did you know that research using pigs may have a potential new way of breathing for humans in critical respiratory crises?

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Arizona State University’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College has redesigned its teacher-preparation programs to make them more accessible and affordable to more people pursuing undergraduate and graduate-level teacher certification.