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SIERRA VISTA — After helping secure millions of dollars to help community health centers across the state reach into rural enclaves to provide care — especially COVID-19 vaccines — to the neediest citizens, U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly of Arizona toured the newest mobile clinic obtained by Chiricahu…

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SIERRA VISTA — For years, an actual “mountain” of dirt that sits on about 13 acres of vacant land at the Sierra Vista Municipal Airport has been the obstacle preventing the city from showing aviation-related businesses the potential of opening an operation there.

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FORT HUACHUCA— For an entire week at the installation, top commanders, junior leaders, support staff and soldiers focused on fighting a different kind of enemy — extremist beliefs that lead to racism, sexual harassment and sexual abuse.

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FORT HUACHUCA — Anthony Hale, the commander of the Army Intelligence Center of Excellence and Fort Huachuca, became a two-star general on Monday when he was promoted from brigadier general to major general in a short ceremony that was both virtual and in-person.

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A 2018 video posted on YouTube shows several American flags and makeshift crosses pitched in the dirt marking graves in a remote and rugged area almost on the border with Mexico and about 11 miles south of Arivaca, in Pima County. The man in the video claims the graves belong to members of t…

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FORT HUACHUCA— COVID-19 cases on Fort Huachuca among soldiers coming back from holiday leave were lower than expected, officials said this week, and as a result some restrictions placed on service members have been relaxed.

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SIERRA VISTA — Despite the scourge of COVID-19, Thanksgiving Day was not deterred, with a decades-old tradition observed on Fort Huachuca and a non-traditional meal-serving event at the Salvation Army.

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SIERRA VISTA— Adopt-A-Soldier, one of the area’s most beloved Thanksgiving Day traditions in conjunction with Fort Huachuca, has been canceled this year because of COVID-19, but at least two local families say they can’t wait until next turkey day to bring soldiers back into their homes for …

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SIERRA VISTA — World War II veteran Gilbert Perry is full of stories about his time with the United States Coast Guard, from his enlistment in 1942 at age 17 until he was medically discharged in 1944.

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BENSON — While visiting the expansive veterans tribute on display at Benson’s San Pedro Golf Course Friday morning, Retired Army Veteran Steve Breitengross paused before all 112 panels.

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The American Veterans Traveling Tribute, “A Heroes’ Welcome: The Cost of Freedom Tribute” including the Vietnam Memorial Wall replica and traveling monuments from 1914 to present day will be at San Pedro Golf Course, 926 N. Madison Ave. in Benson, through Sunday for a free event.

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BENSON — The American Veterans Traveling Tribute (AVTT) Vietnam Memorial Wall will be arriving in Benson on Sept. 16 for a five-day “Heroes’ Welcome” commemoration.