School is out and the hot weather is here. A fun way to enjoy the summer is to hang out at one of the two swimming pools Douglas has to offer.
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Statewide survey reveals issues with educators
PHOENIX - Nearly one out of every 10 educators plans to leave the profession as soon as they can, a new statewide survey shows.
Napolitano's efforts to stop recruiting Border Patrol officers to go to Iraq continues
PHOENIX - Gov. Janet Napolitano is escalating her war of words with federal officials over efforts to recruit Border Patrol officers to go to Iraq, accusing the Bush administration ofputting that country's national interests ahead of the United States.
Gabrielle Giffords to host binational border security summit in Douglas
U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords will be joined by more than 40 government and law enforcement officials from the United States and Mexico on Wednesday at the congresswoman's first Binational Border Security Summit in Douglas, Arizona.
Man sues Minutemen over fence
BISBEE - A man who mortgaged his home in order to help the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps build border fencing on private land in Cochise County is suing the group and its president, Chris Simcox, for fraud and breach of contract.
County's job growth remains slow
According to the most recent figures from the Arizona Department of Economic Security, Cochise County lost 400 non-farm jobs in January, moving from 37,975 to 37,575. From January 2006 to January 2007, the county saw the addition of 550 new jobs, for a 12-month job growth rate of 1.5 percent.
House GOP member wants to wipe our Pay Day lenders
PHOENIX - Convinced the industry can't be properly regulated, a veteran state legislator is launching an initiative drive to wipe out payday lenders.
College to host Women in Business Conference
The Arizona Small Business Development Center Network, in conjunction with Cochise College and the Fort Huachuca C-Com Acquisition Center, will present the conference Women in Business from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday, May 18 at the Sierra Vista Campus.
Lots of produce, plants and a sheep shearing at the Farmers Market
This Saturday, the Farmer's Market welcomes back a favorite market musician now living in Willcox, Amy Ross, with her delightful voice, charming and unusual tunes and great keyboard playing.
Film Festival continues in Bisbee tonight
Four hands fantastic
Gary Steigerwalt and Dana Muller play piano four hands
Help Free "Aladdin"
Bisbee's Obscure Productions will once again present open-air community theater in Bisbee's historic City Park. This year's production will be "Aladdin." This is not the Disney "Aladdin." It is a funny contemporary adaptation from the translation by explorer Richard Burton, brought to life by a talented multigenerational cast. Performances will be June 22, 23 and 24, 2007 at 7:30 pm each night.
Huachuca Art Association announces winning artists
The First Annual Spring Juried Fine Art Show held at the Palms Event Center in Sierra Vista showcased 58 entries by the area's multi-talented artists. The Huachuca Art Association members would like to gratefully thank the following judges for their time and careful consideration of all the entries; Nationally acclaimed artist, Mr. Michael Stack, Ms. Mina Tang of the Tang Gallery, Ms. Sally Brock of the Twist Gallery and Ms. Lue Ann Nelson of Belleza Gallery.
The Mormon issue in the presidential race
The atmosphere was tense as the handsome presidential candidate from Massachusetts rose to address an audience packed with Protestant conservatives that he knew had serious doubts about the state of his soul.
Angry atheist books sell, revealing new intensity to public angst over faith
The time for polite debate is over. Militant, atheist writers are making an all-out assault on religious faith and reaching the top of the best-seller list, a sign of widespread resentment over the influence of religion in the world among nonbelievers.
Religion News In Brief
Head of National Council of Churches leaving, will lead Common Cause
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