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Call or email Advertising Manager,
Kelsey Laggan, for solutions
520-515-4630 • kelsey.laggan@myheraldreview.com


Our office is closed to the public, but we are fully staffed
and ready to help the community however we can.

Please give us a call for any questions: 520-458-9440

Meet the Staff

 

Address: 102 S. Fab Avenue • Sierra Vista, AZ 85635

Herald/Review Office Hours:

Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 

Bisbee Office Hours:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Tuesday, Thursday 10 a.m. to 2p.m.


Jennifer Sorenson

PUBLISHER
(520) 515-4605

Pat Wick

ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER
(520) 515-4604

Newsroom


Timothy J. Woods

MANAGING EDITOR
(520) 515-4610

Andrew Paxton

CITY EDITOR
(520) 515-4612

Dana Cole

SIERRA VISTA REPORTER
(520) 515-4680

Alexis Ramanjulu

SPORTS REPORTER
(520) 515-4640

Mark Levy

PHOTOGRAPHER
(520) 515-4681

Shar Porier

BISBEE/COUNTY REPORTER
(520) 515-4602

Lyda Longa

SIERRA VISTA REPORTER
(520) 515-4618

Design


Mike Summerville

ADVERTISING COORDINATOR
(520) 515-4634

David Diaz

PAGE DESIGNER
(520) 515-4641

Zachary Bomar

PAGE DESIGNER
(520) 515-4650

Devannie Griffin

PAGE DESIGNER
(520) 515-4615

Brittney Trojanowski

PAGE DESIGNER
(520) 867-5309

Advertising


Kelsey Laggan

MULTIMEDIA SALES MANAGER - KEY ACCOUNTS
(520) 515-4633

Jenica Lawson

MULTIMEDIA MARKETING CONSULTANT
(520) 515-4636

Marithza Diaz

MULTIMEDIA MARKETING CONSULTANT
(520) 515-4638

Chelsea Schlarbaum

MULTIMEDIA MARKETING CONSULTANT
(520) 515-4633

Alycia McCloud

MULTIMEDIA REP - DIGITAL SPECIALIST
(520) 515-4632

Classifieds and Customer Service


Kim Garrison

CUSTOMER SERVICE/CLASSIFIED REP.
(520) 515-4602

C. Gilles-Brown

BISBEE CUSTOMER SERVICE REP
(520) 515-4602

Classified Sales: (520) 515-4661 classified@myheraldreview.com


Administrative


Joan Hancock

BUSINESS MANAGER
(520) 515-4660

Nancy Bernard

BUSINESS OFFICE ASSISTANT & LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
(520) 515-4603

Circulation


Ken Bohl

DIRECTOR OF AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT
(520) 515-4645

Zachary Ponce

CIRCULATION DISTRICT MANAGER
(520) 515-4647

Press


Dean Kinney

PRODUCTION MANAGER
(520) 515-4671

Circulation Customer Service


Missed your paper?

Call us at (520) 458-9440 before 10 a.m. and we will have one brought to you (in most delivery areas), or will credit your account. 

Going on vacation?

Call us with your stop and restart dates and we will inform your carrier. Call before 2 p.m. Monday through Friday and before 9 a.m. Saturdayand Sunday for “next day” vacation stops.

We offer two options to arrange your vacation time:

  • Ask us to donate your vacation days to Newspapers in Education, which provides newspapers for use in the classroom to schools throughout Cochise County. Your expiration date will not change.
  • Ask for a “Vacation Pack” and your carrier will hold all of the papers while you are gone. Your subscription date will not change.

While on vacation, your digital access will continue so you can stay connected to your community.


History of the Sierra Vista Herald


Ky Richards Jr. and his wife, Lois, started printing the Huachuca Herald on Fridays starting Oct. 7, 1955. They put out the first editions on a typewriter, composing stories on their kitchen table. They had come from Hawaii and Lois wore a muumuu while selling ads. She also was pregnant.

The couple decided to start printing the paper twice a week and did so starting Oct. 8, 1967. At that time, the newspaper hit the streets on Sundays and Wednesdays.

On May 22, 1968, the couple sold the newspaper to Sig H. Atkinson of Chandler and Milton Wick, founder of Wick Communications.

On Aug. 21, 1968, there was a new printing process installed called offset printing. It is still used across the world today. The Herald started publishing via offset with 3,000 subscribers in 1968.

By 1969, the community was big enough that the Herald could merge with the Douglas Daily Dispatch, forming the Sierra Vista Herald-Dispatch, a name many people who have lived here long enough still call us to this day.

Meanwhile, over in Bisbee, Bill Epler bought the Bisbee newspaper from Phelps Dodge in 1971 and changed it from a daily newspaper to a weekly. He sold the newspaper to the Wick family in 1974 and it was changed back to a daily on Oct. 4, 1976, when Walt Wick and Milton Wick were publishers of the Herald. At that time, they combined the Herald with the Bisbee Daily Review.

In 1976, the newspaper added The Associated Press wire service news, and then it began publishing five days a week: another sign of a community on the rise.

It was nearly five years later on Sunday, June 14, 1981, that a Sunday edition was added.

The Herald building has undergone a series of additions since the first office was built at 102 Fab Ave. in 1961. It was expanded by 1,800 square feet in 1968.

In 1975, a new pressroom and business offices were added, with the area of the building going from 4,907 square feet up to 8,400 square feet

In 1985, extra newsprint storage was needed, so an additional 1,862 square feet was added. Things were quiet for a while until 1996 when the front office/classified space was built in 1996.

In 2002, a brand-new pressroom facility was built, and it opened in 2003. The Hager Building at 400 Veterans Drive added 9,100 square feet to the newspaper’s still-growing facilities. Along with the new building came a new press with much more color capability and a higher printing speed. In 2004, the Herald changed to a morning, seven-days-a-week newspaper.

The Herald celebrated its 50th anniversary on October 7, 2005 .

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