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Sheriff's helicopter forced to land - Arizona Range News
SIERRA VISTA — The pilot of the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office’s helicopter, Cochise Air, and the Sierra Vista police officer accompanying him are both unharmed after the helicopter was forced to land in the outskirts of Tombstone Friday morning.
American Legion Annual Yard Sale - Arizona Range News
American Legion, Tenley-Lopez Post 20 is holding its annual yard on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 26-27, at 411 N. Bowie Ave., in Willcox. The hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., each day. If you have items to donate call John at (520) 401-1242 or Don at (520) 766 ...
Paving scheduled Friday on westbound I-10 ramps at Old Stewart Road in Willcox - Arizona Range News
The Arizona Department of Transportation will pave the on- and off-ramps on westbound Interstate 10 at Old Stewart Road in Willcox tomorrow. The ramps at Exit 344 will be closed to traffic from 6 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 12 and motorists are ...
Sad outcome prompts sheriff to order CPR training - Arizona Range News
As the man approaches, he falters in his step and falls to the ground. You and your co-workers go to him to see what is wrong and to get help. You wait helplessly for help to arrive while he is on the ground, and he stops breathing. How many times does ...
Lelij is Artist of the Month - Arizona Range News
The Art League of Willcox sponsored an evening reception for Yolanda van der Lelij at Zapara Vineyard on Sept. 5. van der Lelij, born in Vlaardingen, the Netherlands, has lived in Willcox almost 20 years. She first studied painting from local artist ...
Rustler Park Campground to reopen after restoration - Arizona Range News
TUCSON, AZ (September 8, 2014) Rustler Park Campground, located on the Douglas Ranger District, Coronado National Forest, will reopen following restoration work on Friday, Sept. 12, at noon. At an elevation of 8,500 feet, Rustler Park is a meadow high ...
Arizona Women's Hall of Fame now accepting nominations - Arizona Range News
PHOENIX — The Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame will now be inducting two living women each year into the Hall of Fame. In the odd years, the living women will be honored at the induction ceremony along with five posthumous women. In the even years, the ...
Duncan hosts new housing groundbreaking - Arizona Range News
DUNCAN — The Town of Duncan turned a corner Saturday as the ground was broken for its first new housing subdivision in 35 years. The ceremony for the Copper Creek subdivision, located at Fairgrounds Road and State Route 75, included a ribbon cutting by ...
Cochise County SAR assists Graham County - Arizona Range News
On Friday, Sept. 5, Cochise County Search and Rescue was called to assist neighboring Graham county with the recovery of a drowning victim. This assistance call was the second one of this nature, searching for a drowning victim, at the same location.
What's Happening - Arizona Range News
Join us at Elsie S. Hogan Community Library for the first week of “Story time!” This six-week program is geared for children from birth through age 5. Sessions begin at 10:15 a.m., each Thursday, through Sept. 25. We will have fun learning about ...
Murray resigns elections post - Arizona Range News
BISBEE — Juanita Murray, the former director of the Cochise County Elections Office, has tendered her resignation, effective Oct. 7. County Administrator Mike Ortega confirmed in an interview Sept. 3 that she gave a voluntary, verbal resignation on ...
Call for action on water rights: the ADWR response - Arizona Range News
Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of articles on the subject of adjudicated water rights in the State of Arizona. Next week, more responses follow from area farmers/growers and other residents. State water officials are responding to concerns ...
Willcox High School Volleyball - Arizona Range News
The Willcox Cowgirls finally get their season opener under way tonight when they host Douglas, with Benson coming on Thursday. The Cowgirls were scheduled to open at Alta Vista last week before that was canceled by the Tucson team for lack of a program.
Willcox Council OKs chamber contract - Arizona Range News
CORRECTION: In the story, “Willcox Council OKs chamber contract” (Arizona Range News, Sept. 10, 2014), the responsibility to pay for utilities at the Visitor’s Center was incorrectly reported. The City of Willcox’s contract with the Willcox ...
Road woes continue for Cowboys - Arizona Range News
Willcox was routed on the road for the second consecutive week, but coach Jack Kortsen is starting to see light at the end of the tunnel for his football varsity. “We made strides, and we need to continue to make strides,” he said of the 55-13 loss at ...