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COCHISE COUNTY — The body of a 23-year-old undocumented migrant man was found earlier this week in the desert just east of Douglas, the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office said.

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COCHISE COUNTY — The Arizona National Guard has arrived to bring some much-needed assistance to the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office in their daily mission along the international border.

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BISBEE — In an effort to boost morale and keep deputies from going to other better paying jobs, Sheriff Mark Dannels and Chief of Staff Mark Napier made a request for an increase of $1,349,693 for the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office 2021-22 budget, but reduced it to $576,260.

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SIERRA VISTA — The search is on — for the third time — for someone to take the reins at Southeastern Arizona Communications, the emergency dispatch communications center.

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COCHISE COUNTY — An undocumented man called for help late Sunday afternoon on Miller Peak after the group he had crossed the border with left him behind, the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office said.

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SIERRA VISTA — Local adults seeking a behind-the-scenes experience of police work can apply now for the upcoming Citizen Police Academy hosted by the Sierra Vista Police Department.

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WILLCOX — Duane Velasquez, health and safety superintendent for NatureSweet Tomatoes, spoke to the Herald/Review recently about how despite his company facing its own personal epidemic when over 100 associates tested positive for COVID-19 at the farm in Willcox, a winning multipart plan was …

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NACO, Sonora— While the number of single migrant adults and unaccompanied migrant children continued to swell at the border in the Tucson sector and the rest of the Southwest in March, officials in this small border town say they occasionally see small groups attempting to cross over into th…

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COCHISE COUNTY — Health officials are saying a “vaccine hesitancy” seems to have settled over the county with several appointments for inoculations left unmet and more than 2,000 open slots over the area still available for anyone who is interested in getting a COVID-19 shot.

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The Sierra Vista Police Department, in compliance with state law, is announcing the relocation of a Level 2 (Medium Risk) sex offender to 1348 Cardinal Ave in Sierra Vista. Rachel Robison, 36, was convicted of “Luring a minor for sexual exploitation,” a class 3 felony, on 4/27/2012 in Cochis…

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The fiancee of a man killed in a head-on collision on U.S. Route 80 is asking the court to compel the defendant accused of causing the fatal crash to give testimony in the case while it’s still being investigated.

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BENSON — Residents packed the Benson City Council meeting Monday evening to hear Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels address the immigration issue.

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BOWIE — Dr. Nic Clement from the Arizona School Boards Association is guiding the search to replace Superintendent of Bowie Unified School District Wendy Conger. Conger announced in November that after six years spent in various positions at Bowie Unified, she would be resigning at the end o…

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COCHISE COUNTY — Three motorcyclists were killed late Friday evening after both passed a vehicle in a no-passing zone on State Route 90, the Arizona Department of Highway Safety said late Saturday.

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Encounters with unaccompanied migrant children and single adults trying to enter the United States through the Southwest border have been climbing steadily since October, federal officials said earlier this week, with a sharp spike in February in the region that includes Cochise County.

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COCHISE COUNTY — Arizona members of Congress are pushing for federal funding that would help cities affected by an influx of asylum-seekers from other countries and provide them with transportation vouchers to areas with more resources.

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COCHISE COUNTY — Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech impediment are now able to text 911 in the face of an emergency, public safety officials said Wednesday.

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BISBEE — New Cochise County public information officer Camila Rochin is loving the life that southeastern Arizona has to offer, and is eager to serve the communities.