More Cochise County Stories

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

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.

Chiricahua National Park proposal moving in the U.S. Senate

The proposal is headed to the full Senate.

Tucson turns down TEP franchise while Cochise County approves jail tax

Southern Arizona voters went to the polls for special elections.

Special Elections this week in Tucson and Cochise County

A TEP franchise agreement and a jail tax are on the ballot.

More people crossing border at Cochise County ports

Cross-border traffic rebounded after the pandemic.

Miracle Valley in Cochise County could be sold

The county is getting ready to auction the bible college property.

Value of trade at Cochise ports drops

More than $1 billion dollars in goods still came across.

Cochise County Board of Supervisors changes leadership

The new positions take effect May 23.

Recall effort against Arizona election denier fails

Supporters of the push to recall Cochise County Supervisor Tom Crosby say they fell short of the nearly 5,000 signatures required to place a recall option on the ballot.

Precision carpentry and fun combine for slides in Sierra Vista

A Sierra Vista man builds massive wooden slides.

Crosby recall efforts race to the finish line

Volunteers are hoping to get enough signatures to force a recall vote in Cochise County by the deadline next week.

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