Arizona Game and Fish Department is advising bowhunters the recent changes to state statutes and the rules that govern the sale of over-the-counter non-permit tags for the state’s archery deer hunting opportunity will affect both non-resident and resident hunters.
Courts and Crime
- Court hires 'senior commissioners' to help with settlement conferences
- Mayes seeking to have Hamadeh suit rejected by court
- Witnesses describe shooting at RV business in Huachuca City
- Injured employee tried to warn about shooter, RV business owner says
- Jury convicts man of attempted first-degree murder, other crimes
- Supervisors Crosby, Judd withdraw suit against election director
- 2 supervisors sue elections director for refusing hand count
- Supervisors table paying legal fees from hand-count lawsuit
- SCOTUS rejects Ward move to block release of phone records
- Man who shot 2 people at Huachuca City RV business arrested; 1 victim dead
- Woman who struck bicyclist and left gets jail, probation
- Man charged with child molestation offenses requests settlement conference
- Attempted murder trial unfolding in Cochise County Superior Court
- One-stop center will centralize border-related crimes work
- Brnovich claims both state abortion laws can remain valid
- Supreme Court says no to transfer of hand-count case from Appeals Court
- Maricopa County voting issues could fuel GOP challenge
- County to appeal ruling against ballot hand count
- Police arrest local woman on arson charge
- Attorney Joel Larson leads in Cochise County Superior Court race
Hold off before throwing that porch pumpkin into the trash along with Halloween candy wrappers. Those jack-o’-lanterns don’t have to end up in the local landfill.
Editor’s note: This week we are introducing “Pixel Perfect”, an informative, entertaining guide to making better photographs and video.
DOUGLAS — One of the most original artists in Cochise County who discovered his talent with a simple pencil because that was all he had will have his works displayed in a three-week exhibition at Studio 19 Gallery beginning Oct. 14.
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