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Nurses Week 2020 was May 6-12 throughout the United States. Army nurses at RW Bliss Army Health Center, Fort Huachuca, Arizona, had an idea: to help the Sierra Vista Sunrise Rotary Club collect non-perishable foods as well as gently used clothing for charitable organizations in the local area.

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Americans settled for small processions and online tributes instead of parades Monday as they observed Memorial Day in the shadow of the pandemic, which forced communities to honor the nation’s military dead with modest, more subdued ceremonies that also remembered tho…

SIERRA VISTA — The traditional Memorial Day observances at Southern Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetery and Fort Huachuca Post Cemetery will not be happening Monday because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, the cemeteries will be commemorating Memorial Day virtually.

FORT HUACHUCA — Surrounded by several sleek Gray Eagles — the U.S. Army’s unmanned aircraft systems — in a cavernous hangar at Libby Army Airfield, Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy and U.S. Sen. Martha McSally praised the commanders and soldiers at Fort Huachuca on Friday.

FORT HUACHUCA — While Arizona will start placing the “open” sign back in the windows of some non-essential businesses and eateries will begin pulling out the chairs for patrons to dine in, Fort Huachuca will remain ensconced in its “bubble” — as the commanding general called it this week — f…

Being the top soldier at the U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence and Fort Huachuca is challenging enough, but during these COVID-19 times, Major General Laura A. Potter is undaunted as she ensures her troops, their families, and civilians both on and off the post that the community w…

FORT HUACHUCA — As we continue our fight against the Corona Virus and consistent with General Order #1 dated April 7, 2020, Fort Huachuca limits new visitor access or renewals to only those individuals who reside within the local area (60 miles from Fort Huachuca) and have a sponsor that is …

GREAT LAKES (NNS) — Seaman Recruit Morgan R. Sheffield, Division 150, graduated as the top sailor from Recruit Training Command, earning the Military Excellence Award on April 10.

SIERRA VISTA — Where soldiers can travel, who can visit their homes and what they’re not allowed to divulge regarding COVID-19 are among some of the new, more stringent restrictions issued earlier this week on Fort Huachuca by the top commander.

TUCSON — Though negotiations were attempted by two environmental groups to discuss Fort Huachuca’s water use, the U.S. Army and Department of Defense decisionmakers would not agree to a discussion, which led to the groups bringing a lawsuit against the fort on March 15.

Pharmacy at Raymond W. Bliss Army Health Center — As of April 3, the pharmacy began offering curbside drop-off and pick-up. Drop off your prescription, then come back your designated pickup time. You can park your vehicle and your order will be brought to you.

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.