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Post Date: 11/21
News Category:
Health and Housing

Keep family and friends safe this holiday season

 

If you’re tempted to buy some home-made goodies to go with your holiday fare, think twice before making a purchase.

 

While it’s great to serve up tamales, jams,... Read More

Post Date: 11/21
News Category:
Justice and Courts

For Veronica Olivares, no two days are the same. As the chief interpreter/translator for Cochise County’s Superior Court, the 38-year-old mom never knows what life will throw at her, and that’s just the way she likes it.

 

“Working here is just so varied. It’s certainly never boring and I love it,” she said.

 

Olivares is hoping the fast pace and interesting... Read More

Post Date: 11/21

“You are loved, and you are chosen.”

 

Those emotive words were spoken by Dianna Wachtel to the children about to officially become members of their forever families during Cochise County’s National Adoption Day.

 

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Post Date: 11/16

Residents across Cochise County will be able to listen to National Public Radio, thanks to the planned construction of a new communications tower.

 

The project is a partnership between Cochise County and Arizona Public Media, who will each share the cost as part of an Intergovernmental... Read More

Post Date: 11/16
News Category:
County Operations

 

County opens its doors to curious kindergarteners

 

What does a County Administrator do? Why do the Sheriff’s deputies arrest bad people? And how many cities are in Cochise County?

 

These were just some of the questions kindergarteners from Village Meadows Elementary School, Sierra Vista, posed to county staff during a field trip to the organization’s... Read More

Post Date: 11/16

Exercise explores response to public health emergency

 

If an infectious disease broke out in Cochise County, would current processes and policies successfully contain it?

 

That was the scenario presented to multiple local, state and federal agencies who came together on Wednesday to conduct a table top exercise designed to challenge how they would deal with... Read More

Post Date: 11/15
News Category:
Community Services

Selected properties within Cochise County held by the State of Arizona by tax deed that did not sell at public auction at the Board of Supervisors' office are now available for purchase as over-the-counter sales.

For more information visit our Over-the-Counter Information Page... Read More

Post Date: 11/15
News Category:
Community Development

Cochise County has taken another step in creating a business-friendly environment for local entrepreneurs.

 

Thanks to a modification of its home-based business regulations, the scope for residential companies has widened.

 

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Post Date: 11/14
News Category:
Health and Housing


Grant will help Cochise County address substance abuse issues

 

A $100,000 grant will help Cochise County’s Health & Social Services staff tackle opioid and substance abuse issues across the region.

 

The federal funds, from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, will be used to raise awareness of safe opioid prescribing practices among... Read More

Post Date: 11/14
News Category:
Health and Housing

Free seminar will cover current housing regulations

 

The Housing Authority of Cochise County will hold a free seminar aimed at educating landlords, tenants and Realtors on current regulations and issues.

 

This event... Read More

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