BISBEE — The Bisbee 1000 The Great Stair Climb is challenging enough as runners and walkers wind their way through the town, ascending the iconic stairways and descending the steep and narrow roadways in an annual race that takes about an hour.
WILLCOX — In fiscal year 2022, the city of Willcox budget is projected to be more than $7.2 million, a big jump from fiscal years 2020 and 2021 when it was more than $4.4 million.
WILLCOX — Willcox locals Susan Pater and Dwayne Owen have been working alongside the city of Willcox to guide the cash donation process from local businesses seeking to help fund the $800,000-$900,000 construction cost of the new “Farm, Ranch and Youth Event Center” at Quail Park arena.
Courts and Crime
- Man seeking asylum pleads guilty to sexual offenses, will likely be deported, prosecutor says
- Accused shooter held on $500,000 bond, judge decides
- Early morning shooting sparked by altercation, police say
- Lengthy investigation of former Douglas cop shows association with drug dealers
- Douglas man arrested in drive-by shooting incident
- Audit findings to be presented Sept. 24, Fann says
- Senate not shielded from producing audit reports, AZ Supreme Court rules
- AZ high court gives Brnovich OK to sue over ASU hotel deal
- Couple charged in toddler's death indicted in abuse of two others
- Accused child killer's trial may be delayed yet again
- Pre-trial conference set in child sexual exploitation case
- Bond denied as details emerge in Sunizona double homicide case
- Payroll company owner charged with 40-plus felonies seeks settlement
- Victims identified as investigators continue searching murder suspect's property
- Sunizona man charged with two murders following search
- Cochise County appoints new public defender
- TMC can't sue CVS over opioid prescriptions, AZ Supreme Court rules
- Woman charged with toddler son's death in custody, officials say
- AZ anti-abortion groups take notice of new Texas legislation
- Senate not following audit-document surrender order, attorney says
The San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area protects 56,000 acres of public land along the San Pedro River and provides public access to a myriad of recreational opportunities. There are great places to hike, ride your horse or bicycle, birdwatch, picnic, camp, tour historic sites and …
SIERRA VISTA — The city has finally sold King’s Court, the sprawling but decaying tennis complex that was donated to Sierra Vista in 2012 and has been for sale since 2016.
SIERRA VISTA— An antiquated irrigation system at the ball fields at Veterans Memorial Park is preventing grass from growing where it should and officials are hoping that a $1.5 million grant that the city would match will help remedy the situation.
SIERRA VISTA − Medical staff at Canyon Vista Medical Center (CVMC) opened their healing garden on May 14 to bring tranquility to patients, families and visitors.
“When I first heard (3 years ago) about the National Fitness Campaign and the Fitness Court®, I knew immediately this was exactly what the City of Bisbee needed for economic development, for health, fitness and quality of life to benefit all Bisbee residents,” says Cynthia Conroy enthusiastically.
WILLCOX — On Saturday visitors of all walks of life descended upon the otherwise quiet main street of downtown Willcox, known to the locals as historic Railroad Avenue, for the much-anticipated return of Willcox Wine Country’s Spring Festival.
WILLCOX — Cowgirls from a variety of western states, including Texas and Arizona, competed May 8 in the third and final weekend of the Iron Cowgirl rodeo competition presented by Rex Allen Days.
WILLCOX — City Manager Caleb Blaschke focused on the city’s budgeting for leisure services including the Twin Lakes Golf Course, the city pool and the Elsie S. Hogan Community Library during the city council meeting on May 6.
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…
SIERRA VISTA — Filmmakers across the region are preparing for some fast and furious filming in anticipation for this year’s Sierra Vista 48 Hour Film Competition.
With the legalization of recreational marijuana in Arizona this past November, the Herald/Review asked the top cops at the two largest law enforcement agencies in Cochise County, to discuss their concerns about the new law and how it will be enforced in regard to someone driving under the in…
HEREFORD — This year’s “Ride, Cowboy Ride” Cowboy Poetry Gathering found a way to reach its audience despite the pandemic, by live-streaming their performers in addition to limited in-person seating to accommodate the safety guidelines related to COVID-19.
A 32-year-old barefoot hiker was rescued from the Huachuca Mountains late Tuesday after the wind and snow collapsed his tent, law enforcement and U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials said.
WILLCOX — As a postponed Christmastime event in remembrance of the late Librado Ramirez and Virginia Avila, Southeastern Arizona Community Action Program donated bicycles to children in the lower-income Winchester Heights community of Willcox on Jan. 24.
WILLCOX — During the Jan. 7 City Council meeting, council members and Mayor Mike Laws had a well thought-out conversation after city manager Caleb Blaschke presented the topic of what to do to fix the city’s aging sidewalks.
Get ready to be transformed by music and the tales of Native American culture when renowned flutist and storyteller Tony Duncan (Apache, Arikara, Hidatsa) performs virtually for the Amerind Museum in Dragoon.
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.
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.
BENSON — On Saturday, hundreds of visitors explored a piece of living history at the 20th anniversary of Kartchner Caverns as a state park.