Post Date: 02/21
News Category:
Education and Literacy

To better serve our county, Jacqui Clay, Cochise County School Superintendent has established protocols pertaining to the steps required for those who desire to serve on their local school board.  These procedures will be used to inform residents countywide of vacancies, how they are to be filled under the law, and questions designed to encourage applicants to reflect on their contribution to... Read More

Post Date: 02/15
News Category:
Education and Literacy

The Cochise County School Superintendent’s Office and the Cochise Education Foundation are proud to sponsor the Annual Teacher of the Year Awards. The Cochise County Teacher of the Year Awards Banquet will be held at 5:00 pm, on Friday, April 7, 2017, at the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre, Ft. Huachuca, Arizona.

Join us in honoring Cochise County’s most amazing teachers. ... Read More

Post Date: 02/07
News Category:
Community Services
Life is a highway for local department Road crews keep county residents mobile

By Amanda Baillie For the Herald/Review

Feb 5, 2017


Cochise County Operations Manager Ron Ellis overseas more than 1,400 miles of regional roads.

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Post Date: 02/07

Cochise Health and Social Services is proud to partner with the Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona, Copper Queen Community Hospital, Northern Cochise Community Hospital, and Benson Hospital to offer the county’s second Community Health Assessment (CHA).  


The completed 2016 Community Health Assessment Report is available for review at Read More

Post Date: 02/01
News Category:
Justice and Courts

Pursuant to Arizona Code of Judicial Administration and Administrative Order 2012-009, prior to annual reappointment of Pro Tem judicial officers, the Presiding Judge must seek input from judicial officers, attorneys and public regarding the performance of each Pro Tem officer. Justice of the Peace Pro Tem:

Leslie Sansone Gerald Till Paul Julien David Howe William Lakosil Ron Zack... Read More
Post Date: 01/30
News Category:
Health and Housing

Cochise Health and Social Services is pleased to announce a series of no-cost Healthy Living Workshops co-sponsored by Benson Hospital, Copper Queen Community Hospital, Wellness Connections and the Arizona Department of Health Services.  The courses will be held at three different locations throughout Cochise County.


The Healthy Living Program is an evidence-based curriculum... Read More

Post Date: 01/18
News Category:
Health and Housing

In accordance with U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulations, the modification of the Cochise County Housing Authority’s Streamlined 2017 Annual Plan for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 and Section 8 Administrative Plan will be available for public review and comments from January 25, 2017 through March 24, 2017 at the Cochise County Housing Authority office located at 1415... Read More

Post Date: 01/10
News Category:
Community Development

County road frequently closes between SR 80 and US 191 because of flooding

The Arizona Department of Transportation, in conjunction with Cochise County, will begin work Jan. 17 to make drainage improvements on a section of Davis Road near Tombstone that requires frequent closures because of flooding.

The low water crossing at approximately milepost 10 on Davis Road is part of... Read More

Post Date: 12/27

Tax credits: The gift of giving - and you have until April 17, 2017 to donate to a qualified Cochise County charity!  

Best of all, the money you donate goes directly to the local charity of your choice AND it's deductible dollar for dollar up to $400 for a single person and $800 for a married couple.  

Through the use of tax credits for Arizona income tax, citizens are able to... Read More

Post Date: 12/06

Cochise County is pleased to announce the Legacy Project has been recognized with a Summit Award in Civic Engagement and Public Information from the Arizona Association of Counties (AACo).  This award program recognizes the innovative and creative spirit of Arizona county governments as they find new and effective ways of providing services to their citizens. 


 The Legacy... Read More