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FORT HUACHUCA — Soldiers and civilians standing too close to each other in heavy-traffic areas on post during these times of COVID-19, will be asked to step back and practice social distancing by a new “Courtesy Patrol,” U.S. Army officials said.

SIERRA VISTA — Fort Huachuca will soon close its gates to new visitors who have no valid reason to be inside the U.S. Army installation, officials said earlier this week at a coronavirus town hall session.

FORT HUACHUCA — Agile Defense, a Reston, Virginia-based contractor has landed a $16 million, five-year contract to conduct IT work for NETCOM on Fort Huachuca, and are in the running for three other sizable Department of Defense contracts that could bring more than 320 high-paying jobs to the area.

SIERRA VISTA — Gov. Doug Ducey touted a booming Arizona economy, education spending, initiatives aimed at helping veterans and active-duty military, and infrastructure improvements in rural areas Wednesday morning during a “State of the State — Sierra Vista” breakfast at Cochise College.

SIERRA VISTA — Three staffers from Gov. Doug Ducey’s office on Wednesday presented his proposed more-than $12 billion Fiscal Year 2021 executive budget, stressing K-12 education spending as a key focus of the governor.

SIERRA VISTA — For the ninth time since 1994, environmental groups are again challenging Fort Huachuca and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) over Biological Opinions required periodically to ensure no harm is done to the San Pedro River which would affect the protected and threatened …

FORT HUACHUCA — An academic whose leadership at the University of Arizona helped jumpstart the enrollment of one of the school’s flailing bachelor degree programs was named as the Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the U.S. Army in a short ceremony Wednesday.

FORT HUACHUCA — Six Saudi soldiers on Fort Huachuca are among the nearly 900 Saudis on U.S. military installations across the country facing training restrictions on the heels of a deadly shooting by a Saudi Air Force officer on a naval base in Pensacola, Florida.

SIERRA VISTA — Fort Huachuca, one of seven military installations in the United States that participates in a multi-governmental coalition that partners with private property owners to bolster sustainable land management practices, continues moving forward to achieve wildfire mitigation and …

SIERRA VISTA — After obtaining a 2010 confidential report on Fort Huachuca’s water usage, the Center For Biological Diversity, Maricopa Audubon Society and the Sierra Club have filed a notice of intent to sue (NOI) in regard to an alleged coverup of water usage which impacted the San Pedro R…

SIERRA VISTA — Fort Huachuca is one of only 10 installations that will be recognized at the Pentagon next week for the partnerships it has fostered with the communities that surround it.

SIERRA VISTA — A group of veterans are envisioning a major revamping of the memorial at Veterans Memorial Park that will incorporate a V-shaped path to honor the four branches of the military, as well as the various veterans’ services that have touched Cochise County.