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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.

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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.

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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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The moon features prominently in several of this month’s best sky happenings. Look south around 10 p.m. on Oct. 6 to enjoy a waxing gibbous moon lying midway between Saturn and Jupiter.

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Suicide is a complex and alarming public health issue that causes pain to hundreds of thousands of people each year. Suicide continues to be one of the fastest-growing epidemics around the world and is a leading cause of death in the U.S. In fact, the U.S. suicide rate in 2020 was 30% higher…

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Are you uncomfortable using chemical herbicides to kill weeds and grasses in your landscape and gardens? Why not let the sun do the work for you? It’s called “Solarization” and summertime is the perfect time to use it. Ideally, solarization should begin in May, extend into June, and be compl…

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Hello history fans! As Charleston locals were raising money to build a school, sporting men were gambling on the horses at the Charleston race track. This is a special tie in for this author, as I participated in the first ever motocross race at Nomad’s race track in the 1970s, on the Charle…

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Conceived in the 1980s, the instrument we know as the James Webb Space Telescope, or just JWST or Webb, came off the drawing board in 1996. This month, after 26 years of development, and after surviving funding battles, cancellation threats, COVID delays, and some of the most daunting engine…

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BISBEE — Pride for all: Bisbee kicked off Pride Month with its annual parade and festivities on Saturday.