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SIERRA VISTA — The holidays are here and many of us are gathering with friends and family to share food and celebrate. Baja Arizona Sustainable Agriculture is on a mission to promote sustainable sharing of native foods through projects like mesquite pod milling and gleaning.

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BISBEE — If you live in Bisbee and are looking for a close to home night ride to see holiday decorations, look no further than Warren which for the first time will be the site of Christmas on the Vista, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 10.

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Nine area high school students earned all-expense-paid trips to the nation’s capital last week at the 41st annual Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Cooperative (SSVEC) Foundation Washington Youth Tour competition.

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SIERRA VISTA — Smartly dressed in their Army blue service uniforms, 22 Buena JROTC cadets stood solemn and dignified with the backdrop of the Huachuca Mountains shadowing the Southern Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetery.

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The 23rd annual Festival of Trees is taking place at The Mall at Sierra Vista through Nov. 29. The trees are provided by area businesses and organizations and are available to be taken home for a donation benefiting the Real Wishes Foundation.

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SIERRA VISTA — Served with either milk or coffee, Joyce Clark Middle School’s enormous thank you to local veterans couldn’t taste any better.

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The Legacy Foundation hosted food pantries, food banks, gardens, meal programs, backpack programs, and other local food resources for an appreciation luncheon at Cochise College Community on Nov. 2.

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This year celebrates the 20th anniversary of Dine Under the Stars — the University South Foundation’s annual scholarship fundraiser. Each year, attendees and event sponsors gather for dinner, dancing, stargazing and live and silent auction bidding at the University of Arizona campus in Sierr…

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The Sierra Vista Community Band returns to the Klein Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday, Oct. 30 with a benefit concert “Movie Magic Matinee” featuring music by composer John Williams starting at 2 p.m.

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Each year Horse’n Around Horse Rescue invites the public to meet its equine residents and the volunteers who help make the animals' lives better. Many of the horses at the rescue are survivors of abuse or neglect, and the nonprofit organization relies on the community’s support to offer a sa…

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SIERRA VISTA — The local National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) chapter is offering its free Family-to-Family course.

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In recent years formal music instruction has become harder to come by for school age youth as schools cut funding for arts programming.

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Have a car you don’t need? Try a demolition derby. Love to drive and love action? Try a demolition derby. Want to have a fun night in the high desert? Try demolition derby.

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Water is critical for wildlife, especially in a dry region like southeastern Arizona. Water is relatively rare, often occurring in small springs and puddles with only enough open water so a deer or javelina can wet its nose. But a duck is likely to just fly on over.

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The Southeast Arizona Economic Development Group hosted its quarterly luncheon last week, giving the business community an opportunity to hear from political leaders as well as learn about new projects and services throughout Cochise County.

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SIERRA VISTA — If you like old-fashioned, fast-paced and humorous melodramas that will keep you on the edge of your seats until the final curtain, Buena High’s Fine Arts fall production of “Egad, The Woman In White” at the Klein Center for the Performing Friday and Saturday is right up your alley.