Thursday Dec 12
The Tombstone News
Sheriff's Office Seeking Information on Sexual Assault Case
According to a press release issued by the Cochise County Sheriffs Department, on Sunday November 17, 2013 the Cochise County Sheriff's Office was advised of a Sexual Assault Case which reportedly occurred in the Sierra Vista area.
The Columbus Dispatch
Amid the uproar on Obamacare, voices of optimism, relief
Ray Acosta has chronic leukemia and pays more than $800 a month in premiums, but the Sierra Vista, Ariz., resident recently learned he qualifies for Medicaid under the new health-care law.
That Never Happened to Me Before
J.A. Jance is the New York Times bestselling author of both the J. P. Beaumont series and the Joanna Brady Series.
Afghan citizen describes seeing relative's burning bodies after deadly U.S. drone strike
For residents living in many parts of Afghanistan, U.S. drone strikes have become something of a way of life, but there is no describing the terror felt by those who live under their paths.
Raised median construction continues in Sierra Vista next week
The Arizona Department of Transportation is scheduled to begin construction of raised medians on State Route 92 between Monsanto Drive and Canyon de Flores next week.
Buena High grads take long bike trip
The United States and Iran secretly engaged in a series of high-level, face-to-face talks over the past year.
Copper Basin News
Volunteer Spotlight: Gary Birkett is so much more than Dr. Pizza
No matter what your age do you recall the number of times you walked through the mouth of the Great Punkin' or waited for someone as they made their grand entrance at the mouth? Who was there to greet the little or big munchkins with his many Halloween jokes? What would the Great Punkin' be without Dr. Pizza himself, Gary Birkett? Even though ... (more)