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WASHINGTON, D.C. — After careful consideration and at the direction of Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will temporarily suspend the collection of all entrance fees until further notice.

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SIERRA VISTA — The public is invited to celebrate the grand re-opening of the City of Sierra Vista’s Domingo Paiz Sports Complex on Wednesday, Jan. 22, at 5:30 p.m., where soccer fields boasting new tournament-ready turf and high-efficiency LED lights will be unveiled for the first time.

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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.

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BENSON — Thousands of visitors, many of them history buffs and train enthusiasts, are expected to crowd Benson Saturday morning for the arrival of a massive Union Pacific Railroad steam locomotive.

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“To band a bird is to hold a ticket in a great lottery,” wrote Aldo Leopold in “A Sand County Almanac.” In early October the Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory (SABO) concluded its 24th season of banding hummingbirds on the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area (SPRNCA). These “lo…

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SIERRA VISTA — A meeting held at Cochise College in March called by Mark Schmitt, director of the small business development center, led to the birth of a stratagem meant to boost tourism numbers and the county economy.

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SIERRA VISTA — Beer drinkers gathered at the first-ever Roadrunner Brew Fest on Saturday, a Herald/Review event designed to recognize craft breweries from across the state.

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SIERRA VISTA — While attendees frolic and enjoy the many activities and events offered at Saturday’s first annual Roadrunner Brew Fest, a group of about 10 men and women will be taking their participation at the event very seriously.

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BISBEE — Astronaut Mark Kelly landed in Bisbee at the Copper Queen Library Thursday afternoon and was promptly greeted by children wearing space helmets and a cheering crowd of parents and locals.

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BISBEE — Though not a total win for wildlife conservation leaders, they are happy with the decision of the Arizona Game and Fish (AzG&F) Commission to ban fees and awards for wildlife killing contests.

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NACO — Turquoise Valley Golf Course in Naco announced in a Facebook post on Wednesday they have shut down with no plans to reopen.

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BISBEE—Due to an $800 a month increase in rent, the Bisbee Science Lab (BSL) may end up finding a home at the Cooper Queen Mine Tour.

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BISBEE — Good news came from a 2018 National Park Service (NPS) report which revealed the cumulative economic benefit related to visitation at Chiricahua National Memorial, Coronado National Monument Parks and the Fort Bowie Historic Park.

SIERRA VISTA — The West End Fair serves as a showcase of all the businesses and people who make the West End a great place to live, work and play.

Grab your cowboy hat and boots and saddle up for the Cochise Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering Feb. 8 and 9! To get you in that western spirit, the Arizona Folklore Preserve will be open for a special event on Friday, Feb. 8.