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PHOENIX — A review of potential voter fraud cases in the 2020 general election in Arizona’s second-largest county ended Friday with an announcement by prosecutors that none of the 151 cases they reviewed merited criminal charges.

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PHOENIX — Buoyed by strong state revenues, Gov. Doug Ducey is proposing a $14.25 billion spending plan for the new fiscal year, about 8.6% more than this year, including tax cuts aimed at the poor to reward them for working.

BISBEE — On the heels of Tuesday’s Cochise County Board of Supervisors meeting and the vote to deny $1.9 million to the county health department for COVID–19 related health improvements, the county pandemic team provided a vast amount of information concerning the virus, the variants and vac…

Carolyn Umphrey has been a West End business owner for longer than a decade and was elected to the Sierra Vista City Council in 2018. Thursday she announced the official launch of her re-election campaign and issued the following statement:

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NACO — “El Centro,” the tiny community center in the heart of this equally small border burgh, has been up and running almost four months now and the plans of its founders to bridge the culture gap between the youth of this Naco and its sister city to the south in Sonora are taking shape and…

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COCHISE COUNTY — While 15 December was the deadline for soldiers at Fort Huachuca and the rest of the Army to get vaccinated against COVID-19, there were no such mandates in Cochise County’s municipalities and law enforcement agencies.

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COCHISE COUNTY — At an age when most law enforcement officers have long retired, 70-year-old Tom Alinen, the new chief of staff at the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office, is still putting on the uniform and looking forward to helping the agency surge ahead.

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PHOENIX — The way Kelly Townsend sees it, if a doctor is willing to write you a prescription for ivermectin or any other drug, a pharmacist has no right to refuse to fill it — even if it’s for a condition for which the manufacturer had not obtained federal approval for the drug.

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PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey took a verbal swat Tuesday at a proposal by a GOP gubernatorial contender to put video cameras in every classroom in the state, saying it could lead to “predators’’ monitoring children.

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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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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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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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PHOENIX — A federal judge on Wednesday rejected a bid by Attorney General Mark Brnovich to issue an immediate nationwide injunction blocking President Biden from requiring federal workers and contractors to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

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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.