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Valentine’s Scams - Arizona Range News
Tucson – It's important to remember that scammers rely on vulnerable people at specific times of the year. Valentine’s Day may be a day of love for some, but for scammers its another day they can take your money through some elaborate and not so ...
Award-winning Singer Carolyn Martin at the Arizona Folklore Preserve Feb. 13 and 14 - Arizona Range News
Carolyn Martin has been described as “an astonishing singer,” “a remarkable voice,” a “singing sensation,” and as “one of the finest western swing singers in the business, the dreamy-voiced Carolyn Martin.” The Riders In The Sky’s Ranger ...
Reminder: Feb. 9 is deadline to apply for 2016 pronghorn, elk hunts - Arizona Range News
All hunt permit-tag applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. PHOENIX — The clock is ticking for hunters who have yet to apply for 2016 hunt permit-tags issued through the draw process for pronghorn and elk. All online and paper applications must be ...
Two More Skunks Test Positive for Rabies Virus - Arizona Range News
The Cochise County Sheriff's Office was advised by the USDA that two more skunks that were submitted for testing from Cochise County have returned postive for the rabies virus. Skunk #1 was on Jim Avenue in the city of Sierra Vista Skunk #2 was on Kautz ...
Return Preparer Fraud Is on the IRS Annual "Dirty Dozen" List of Tax Scams to Avoid During the 2016 Filing Season - Arizona Range News
PHOENIX - - The Internal Revenue Service today warned taxpayers to be on the lookout for unscrupulous return preparers, one of the most common "Dirty Dozen" tax scams seen during tax season. The vast majority of tax professionals provide honest, high ...
UPDATE on Services: Betty Norene Allen Smith 1923-2016 - Arizona Range News
Betty Norene Allen Smith of Elfrida, Ariz. passed away on Jan. 30, 2016 in Gilbert, Ariz. She was born Nov. 29, 1923 to Jules and Mary Nelson Cropus in St. Johns, Ariz. She is survived by her son Harvey (Sandra ) Allen, daughters Betsie (Clif) Pinckard and ...
LGBT meeting Tuesday at SSVEC - Arizona Range News
The LGBT support and education group, called ABOFA – A Breath of Fresh Air, meets weekly every Tuesday. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, Feb. 9, at the SSVEC Board Room at 6 p.m. It is open to anyone interested, including families, partners, etc.
Chiricahua assault trial continued - Arizona Range News
A motion to continue a trial was made Jan. 19 by the defense attorney for Gil Gaxiola. Gaxiola was charged in 2013 with the attempted murder of former National Park Service employee Karen Gonzales of Willcox. The trial had been scheduled to begin Tuesday ...
Roster of candidates fills ballots for 2016 elections - Arizona Range News
Unlike Iowa voters who kicked off balloting for the 2016 presidential election on Monday, Arizona voters have another eight weeks until they go to the polls in the first of four elections scheduled this year. The state will hold its Presidential Preference ...
Moreno's treasure road - Arizona Range News
WILLCOX -- Willcox resident Nash Moreno, 71, loves searching for possible lost treasures, “motivated not by silver and gold, but by visions of fresh air, sunshine, exercise and an occasional cold beer,” he said in an article he wrote in Lost Treasure ...
Semi-truck fire - Arizona Range News
A semi-truck trailer caught fire at 9:37 a.m., on Saturday, Jan 30., at milepost 355 on eastbound I-10. The truck driver attempted to put the fire out with an extinguisher, but needed help from the local fire department, according to the Arizona Department ...
What's Happening - Arizona Range News
The Cochise Elementary School District #26 has applied to the USDA Rural Development for funding assistance for the development of a school bus purchase. A public meeting will be held today, Wednesday, Feb. 3, at 6:30 p.m., to discuss the specific ...
Willcox Theater celebrates 79th year - Arizona Range News
WILLCOX -- As the song says, “everything old is new again” as the Willcox Historic Theater celebrates its 79th anniversary. “The Willcox Historic Theater is the same architectural gem today as it was when the elegant Art Deco building was first ...
Wrestler compete at home in Sectionals Saturday - Arizona Range News
Willcox wrestlers went 2-1, beating Mogollon and Bisbee, but losing to Morenci in their final regular season match, held at Pima last Wednesday. The team has a 25-7 overall record for this season, “in the top five since I was in wrestling high school in ...
Boys Basketball heads into final week - Arizona Range News
The seniors on the Willcox Boys’ varsity (2-12) into their final pair of games for the regular season this week, including tonight’s home finale with Bisbee (13-2) before a final trip to Pusch Ridge (11-6) in Tucson on Friday. DeBaun, a junior, led the ...