More Cochise County Stories

The Buzz: Congress' new interest in the AZ/Mexico border

As congressional representatives flock to the state, we ask if their rhetoric is true.

Cochise County Recorder to head elections

The change may get the county in trouble with the state.

Meet a Sierra Vista civil rights pioneer

For Dorothy Coston-Tompkins, it’s about service, investing in people, and creating spaces and opportunities for everyone to have their voices heard.

Changes coming to public transit system in Sierra Vista

Routes are being consolidated and fares eliminated.

The first-ever "Tombstone Festival of Western Books" to be celebrated

Residents are holding the event ahead of the Tucson Festival of Books

Cochise Supervisors continue expressing election concerns

Board members want the legal authority for 100% hand counts.

The Buzz: Black History in Southern Arizona

New efforts are being made to bring contributions by the area's Black population to light.

Cochise County prepares for the end of Title 42

Officials say that the county lacks resources and direction from federal offices.

Dannels tells Congress Cochise County is not the same as Texas border

He hopes change will come but he doesn't expect it soon.

Cochise County working on school communication system

State dollars could pay for the secure system.

Elections Director in Cochise County leaving

The announcement caught some by surprise.

Cochise College public safety program expanding facilities

Funding for the projects came from multiple sources.

Bisbee-Douglas International Airport runway repaving moving forward

The Board of Supervisors agreed to a grant program to help fund the project.

Sierra Vista celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

Plans had to change due to weather but it didn't dampen the enthusiasm.

Sierra Vista swears in new mayor

A new Mayor Pro Tem was also sworn in.

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