Popular as early as the 1950s, coming-of-age films such as “The Breakfast Club,” “Clueless,” and more recently, “To All The Boys I’ve Loved” have a ubiquitous motif of psychological, moral, and spiritual growth. Most pivot on an individual finding a sense of belonging as they transition from…
Although the calendar says it is spring, and certainly the temperature as I write this would agree, for the birders, we are still awaiting spring. Many of our indicators of spring are late arriving this year. Whether it is the effects of the prolonged drought and last year’s non-existent mon…
Courts and Crime
- SV man arrested on multiple underage sexual exploitation charges
- Man charged in fatal high-speed wreck showed 'total disregard for human life'
- Accused rapist was supervisor at Border Patrol's Douglas station, officials say
- Man in domestic violence case released on $250,000 bond
- Local man arrested for aggravated assault after shooting
- Authorities: Ex-Border Patrol agent is rape suspect they've been after for 22 years
- New director of Lori's Place eager to continue legacy of service
- Registered sex offender arrested after assaulting wife, police say
- Vet detained by police after repeatedly firing gun on his property
- Requests for county attorney, courts budgets discussed
- Two arrested on drug charges after traffic stop
- Arrest made following joint narcotics investigation
- Domestic violence suspect stopped at gunpoint, Sheriff's Office says
- Sheriff's Office says out-of-town smugglers recruited via social media by Mexican cartel
- SVPD report shows city crime rate dropped in 2020
- Brnovich denies Pima County request for execution delay
- Mexican cartel threatens deputies, Dannels says
- BUSD bus driver arrested on child pornography charges
- Shooting death at Copper Queen Hotel a suicide, Bisbee Police say
- Benson school employee arrested by FBI
Some people prefer snarling and biting rather than making-nice with others. To her detriment, this lady tends to go overboard with the Vesuvius response.
Ah, cookies. The most delicious treat in the whole wide world and there are plenty of different kinds to choose from! Today, we will be talking about a brand new recipe to me, chocolate peanut butter cookies. I made these for a co-worker’s birthday recently. He told me that he loves peanut b…
TOMBSTONE — It’s a cool, breezy March morning as brothers Jake Lara-Hughes, 13, and James Leck, 15, get geared up for a rock climbing adventure.
SIERRA VISTA — Filmmakers across the region are preparing for some fast and furious filming in anticipation for this year’s Sierra Vista 48 Hour Film Competition.
With the legalization of recreational marijuana in Arizona this past November, the Herald/Review asked the top cops at the two largest law enforcement agencies in Cochise County, to discuss their concerns about the new law and how it will be enforced in regard to someone driving under the in…
Inspired to innovate her home business with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, florist Edda Delacruz provides phone, video-chat, and limited in-person consultations for her clients at Fridas Studio Florist.
How many times have you marveled at photographs from around the world? Was your immediate response a powerful desire to book tickets to visit those places?
HEREFORD — This year’s “Ride, Cowboy Ride” Cowboy Poetry Gathering found a way to reach its audience despite the pandemic, by live-streaming their performers in addition to limited in-person seating to accommodate the safety guidelines related to COVID-19.
SIERRA VISTA — The city of Sierra Vista’s Arts & Humanities mural project, containing local artwork and symbolism of the surrounding area, has resumed construction after a three-year hiatus.
Trust, like Love, is a chameleon-like emotion. It can be resilient enough to weather any problem or fragile and shatter like an Irish Belleek teacup.
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.
It was 10 years in the making, but Carla Reaves has opened the doors to My Little Playhouse, a place where children can have a safe place to play with various toys and dress-up costumes and adults can rent the space to hold birthday parties and other gatherings.