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First Responders Save Puppies From Fire That Destroyed Hereford Home

A fire reported around 5:30 p.m. Friday destroyed a single-wide mobile home in Hereford and sent two puppies to an emergency veterinarian for burn injuries. Several of their litter mates are believed to have perished in the intense flames, according to witnesses. The fire along the 4000 block of La...
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3 Bedroom Home in Benson - $535,600

The Gleeson post office opened in 1890 under the name Turquoise and closed in 1894.. The site of Turquoise was established by Indians who mined the gemstones in the area later to be called Turquoise Mountain. Tiffany & Company acquired the mines in 1890.LARGE LOT SIZE, 2.5 TO 5 ACRES, PLUS RV GARAGEGreat Room & Dining RoomCovered Porches, 322 sq. ft.2 Car plus RV Garage, 1130 sq. ft.Total of 3463 square feet under roof.
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Southern Arizona ranches find new life as conservation areas

TUCSON (AP) — A pair of ranches and a ghost town in southern Arizona will be conserved for wildlife and recreation under separate deals brokered recently by nonprofit land trusts. Just over 7.8 square miles (20.2 square kilometers) of once-private land were purchased in Cochise and Graham counties to protect...
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Salvation Army provides a bountiful Thanksgiving

SIERRA VISTA — More than 500 people were treated to a bountiful Thanksgiving thanks to the Sierra Vista Salvation Army Corps and a large group of volunteers. “We have so many amazing people who worked hard behind the scenes to make our Thanksgiving lunch a success,” said Lt. Ty Baze of the Sierra Vista Corps.
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Bisbee girls win Boyd Baker Tournament

The Bisbee High School girls basketball team kicked off its season last week, winning the Boyd Baker Basketball Tournament at Tucson Amphitheater High School. Bisbee beat Joseph City 60-32 in the championship game Wednesday. Bisbee played five games in three days and won all five beginning with a 74-6 win...
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Annual Christmas Light Parade returns with new route

The annual Christmas Light Parade is fast approaching as the season’s holidays have arrived. However, this year there will be some changes to the city’s parade route. Sierra Vista Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Officer Melany Edwards-Barton said the new parade route is safer for spectators and participants. In addition, the route for the Christmas Light Parade will be more cost-effective. The original parade route was found not to be cost-effective.
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Cafe owner shares insights on coffee, plans for expansion

SIERRA VISTA — “I think coffee is the only thing that the whole world agrees on ... It’s brought countries together, it’s brought cities together, states, small towns, families. And so, we really just need to take everybody up on that and we just need to work together and try to make the world a better place.”
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From public to private, how recycling services changed in the community

A lot of changes have taken place in the past decade to fulfill the city of Sierra Vista’s needs and demands for recycling in the community and surrounding areas. The city issued a press release on May 22, 2019, announcing it would end curbside pickup services and offer recyclables to be collected at a drop-off facility beginning on July 1, 2019, at no charge. The following year, the city announced that it would close its recycling drop-off facility on March 1, 2020.
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Tombstone wrestling is ready for competition

TOMBSTONE— After a shortened wrestling season, the Tombstone Yellow Jackets are ready for a return to normalcy. Last year the Yellow Jackets had nine matches between on Feb. 2 and March 3. Tombstone’s first match this season is Wednesday, Dec. 1, at Douglas. Other participating schools include St. Augustine, Willcox...
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Kevin Michael Mott, 65

SIERRA VISTA — Kevin Michael Mott, 65, of Sierra Vista passed away on November 23, 2021, after a long battle with brain cancer. Kevin was born in Utica, New York, on May 17, 1956 to Rosemary and Wallace Mott. Kevin attended Norte Dame High School in Utica, New York and later obtained a Bachelor’s Degree from Worcester State University and a Masters Degree from the University of Arizona.
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Raymond Leo Swearingen, 78

HEREFORD — Raymond Swearingen, 78, of Hereford, Arizona, passed away on November 20, 2021, in his home with family by his side. Raymond was born in Marion, Ohio, to the late Don Leo Swearingen and Phyllis Mae McAdams. He was later adopted by his grandparents, William Edison and Ella Borham Swearingen. He was raised in Marion, Ohio. Raymond proudly served his country in the United States Marine Corps. He was a member of 4th Air Naval Gun Liaison Company, USMCR.
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