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Douglas Dialysis Center will soon open its doors following a dedication at 3 p.m. at 99 west 16th St. The Center will soon offer Dialysis needs to pacients trought Cochise County. The Public is invited to attend the dedication.
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Douglas, APS offer free baseball clinic to city youth
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Arizona has first chief information security officer to protect government
PHOENIX - Arizona hired its first chief information security officer Wednesday, two years after auditors said that is necessary to protect government computers from hacking and the private information of people stored there.
ADEQ to continue monitoring sonoran air
A proposal by Arizona Department of Environmental Quality to end air quality monitoring in Nogales and Agua Prieta, Sonora and to reduce monitoring of very fine particulate pollution in their Arizona sister cities was eliminated in August. "It was a draft proposal and was nixed by ADEQ Director Steve Owen," said ADEQ communications director Mark Shaffer.
Border security: Government under group's aerial scrutiny
TUCSON - Eagle eyes are watching the border, but not for Mexicans crossing illegally.
Taking care of kids from the heart
Life today is far more complicated than it had been in our parent's time. In the past, most families consisted of two parents with the father typically supporting the family while the mother stayed at home. Nowadays, it's often necessary for both parents to work to support their family and finding a good childcare provider can be difficult. It's even harder for single parents families. Lomeli's Childcare Center (364-3007) located at1240 23rd Street offers a variety of childcare services that not only relieves the stress on parents, but also enriches the lives of the children they care for. It is open seven days a week from 5 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. at night and accepts newborns to school age children with up to date immunization records.
Bowie power station announces plan to run solely on clean natural gas instead of coal
Developers of the Bowie Power Station announced today that its electric generation facility planned for southeastern Arizona will move forward utilizing clean-burning natural gas as its sole fuel source.
Young fiddlers to participate in fiddle contest
Ellen Whitehead of McNeal, a member of the Cochise County Youth Orchestra, rehearses with the group in preparation for their lunchtime performance of fiddles tunes at the Sierra Vista Fiddle Contest. Many young orchestra members will also be competing in the youth divisions this year. Area residents are invited to attend the 3rd Annual Sierra Vista Fiddle Contest on Sept. 22, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Veterans' Memorial Park. Admission is free. All are welcome to bring a lawn chair or blanket and be prepared for an exciting day of great music featuring the "Orange Blossom Special Blowout Competition." Fiddlers from all over the Southwest will compete for trophies and $3,000 in cash prizes. Buena Bands will provide food concessions and there will be many items for raffle, including two acoustic/electric guitars. Proceeds from the contest benefit the Cochise County Youth Orchestra. Rain location will be Buena High School Cafeteria. For more info call 220-1166 or visit www.dkmusicstudio.com/fiddlecontest.
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