COCHISE COUNTY — People who have booked two appointments for a COVID-19 vaccine and didn’t cancel the second one after getting their shot have left health officials scrambling to find other individuals who could fill the slot so the vaccines would not go to waste.
COCHISE COUNTY — While county health officials and their partners continue to struggle weekly with the number of vaccines they’re allotted, they’re assuring the public that those who are getting ready to receive their second inoculation will get it on time.
Courts and Crime
- Domestic violence cases up in Cochise County; lack of services, pandemic cited
- AZ Senate bill would make genetic-abnormality abortion illegal
- Local attorney suspended for year due to unethical behavior
- Police searching for suspects in Sierra Vista, Benson robberies
- Woman accused of defrauding clients is released from county jail
- UPDATE: Three people found dead in apartment, including 5-month-old boy, in suspected double suicide, murder
- Murder suspect will be evaluated a third time to determine competency
- Republicans attempting expansion of voucher program
- House panel aims to restore judicial discretion
- Woman accused of fraud pleads not guilty, trial date set
- Local man charged with five counts of sexual exploitation of a minor
- Crossings by undocumented persons from Mexico on the rise since last March, Sheriff's Office says
- Winter weather wreaks havoc with work schedules, roads in Cochise County
- Trial date set for man accused of stabbing co-worker
- Cochise County Superior Court reorganized after judge retires, new one arrives
- Convicted husband, wife child abusers sent to prison
- Bill would allow community service for traffic fine payment
- Maricopa supervisors to comply with Senate election-materials request
- Two boys arrested for major destruction at elementary school, police say
- 8 Dem legislators seek investigation of 4 AZ GOP members in Capitol incident
The demands of COVID-19 have made their mark on Arizona’s education system. Schools across the state have cycled through distance, hybrid and in-person learning formats to accommodate safety guidelines.
COCHISE COUNTY — It has almost been 11 months since schools closed to prevent further spread of COVID-19 when Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey issued his “Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected,” executive order on March 30.