More Cochise County Stories

Reeves Fire burns 88 acres east of Tombstone

The fire's cause has yet to be determined

Cochise County Supervisors approve tentitive budget

The total projected budget for FY 24 is $277 million

Former Constable Candidate Indicted by AZ Attorney General for Fraud

The Huachuca City resident faces nine felony charges

Cochise County holds county-wide food drive

The food drive will run from June 18-25

Fort Huachuca's historic Mountain View Officers' Club has a new purpose

The Fort has submitted a purposal for the building to be a Range Operations Synchronization Center.

DeSantis brings border plan to Sierra Vista

The Florida Governor held a rountable discussion with eight county sheriffs from across the country.

Sierra Vista 'Dad Olympics' heads into its 2nd year

The annual event has dads compete alongside their kids for prizes

UA College of Applied Sci & Tech moves to SV's West End

The new location will be off of Garden Ave. in Sierra Vista

The Buzz: Efforts to make Chiricahua National Monument a national park

Will the Wonderland of Rocks could become Arizona’s Fourth National Park?

Former Cochise County Elections Dir. gets $130K settlement payout

The county will pay $75,000 of the $130,000 settlement

Cochise Supervisors Discuss impact of Title 42 removal

The numbers were not so large as predicted.

Cochise Supervisors approve funds for elections, school safety and sheriff officers' overtime

The elections department will be getting $40,000 to cover employee salaries till the end of the fiscal year

Authorities make arson arrest related to two Douglas church fires

A man who lives in Douglas was taken into custody by federal authorities.

Local governments could have funds affected if no deal on debt ceiling

City official in Sierra Vista says some federal funds could be affected

Two Douglas churches catch fire

One church suffered significant damage

Cochise County educators get the chance to work with a new environment curriculum

Officials said it’s critical that the next generation gain a tangible understanding of the environment, and what factors impact that environment.

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