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The San Miguel Sheriff's Office, in Telluride, Colorado, is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of Mr. Ulises Omar Felix, 33, formerly of Norwood Colorado.
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Bomb threat closes Douglas POE
Shortly after noon Thursday July 19 the Douglas Port of Entry was closed after an alleged bomb threat was made.
Shoplifting incident leads to felony charge
Fire in Bay Acres
Crews from the Sunnyside and Douglas Fire Departments responded to a trailer fire Saturday in Bay Acres.
Annual C.A.R.E. Fair Aug. 4
Douglas’ C.A.R.E Fair (Children Assistant and Resource Event) is marking its 10th anniversary.
Relay for Life Kickoff July 30
Relay for Life is more than a walk around a track. It is a combination of things that make this fun-filled, overnight event that mobilizes communities throughout the country & world to celebrate survivors, remember loved ones, commit to fight back through healthy lifestyle changes, and raise money for the fight against cancer. Participants come together as family, friends, neighbors, acquaintances, co-workers and complete strangers to comprise teams of 8 to 15 members to participate in the largest grassroots fundraising event in the nation.
Douglas Police arrest 2 more following DUI accident
Sgt. Jose Duarte of the Douglas Police Dept. announced last week two more people, both juveniles, have been arrested following a July 15 accident that sent several people to the hospital.
3 school board seats up for re-election
Three of the five seats on the Douglas School Board of Education will be up for re-election in November.
DFD’s new fire truck expected to arrive soon
The Douglas Fire Department’s new aerial ladder fire truck is expected to be here by the middle of August.
Toys delivered to TMC
Run/Walk benefit Saturday
The Class of 2012 would like to invite you to the Bulldog 6K Race/Walk for the Cure 8 a.m. Saturday, August 4, 2012 at Airport Park.
City leaders focus on Douglas’ future
The goals and future plans for the City of Douglas were discussed at a Goals Study Session attended by various members of the city at a July 21 meeting held at the Douglas Visitors Center.
DUSD board agrees to raise school lunch prices
The Douglas School Board of Education reluctantly agreed at its board meeting July 24 to raise the school lunch fees for this year.
Chamber luncheon Thursday
Hermosillo man for arrested for pot smuggling
Democrats open local office
The Democrats are opening a local office at 1015 G. Avenue.
Property tax levy on agenda at tonight’s City Council meeting
The Douglas City Council will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight at 6 p.m. in the City Hall council chambers.
Pima Heart opens in new location
Pima Heart proudly opened its newest office in Douglas June 5.
Job assistance continues at the Douglas Public Library
Minor injuries after forced airplane landing
Two occupants of a single-engine, personally-owned, airplane are safe after a forced landing in the mountains east of McNeal on Thursday, according to the Cochise County Sheriff’s office.
2 arrested in alleged smuggling cases
6500 without power Wednesday
Numerous lightning strikes as a result of Wednesday’s storm caused power to go out in Douglas Wednesday, August 8.
DUSD Board adopts budget
The Douglas School Board of Education officially adopted its budget for fiscal year 2012/13 at a special meeting July 9.
Budget approved at public hearing
At the city council public hearing, July 11, the fiscal year budget was approved.
4 juveniles appear in court for alleged role in RBMS bomb threat
Four juveniles from Douglas were in juvenile court in Sierra Vista earlier this month for their alleged involvement in the bomb threat at Ray Borane Middle School.
Accident injures several, leads to DUI arrest
Speed and alcohol are believed to have been a factor in a two-vehicle accident early Sunday morning that sent several people to the hospital.
Brewer opposes initiative to make education sales tax permanent
PHOENIX -- Gov. Jan Brewer said recently she opposes plans to make permanent the temporary sales tax hike she championed two years ago.
A bond that goes beyond football
In 1976 the Douglas Bulldogs had 49 total players on their football roster; 18 of those were key returning players.
Ortega addresses Douglas' future at Chamber luncheon
Mayor Danny Ortega Jr. was this month's guest speaker at the Chamber luncheon held Thursday, Aug. 2. While sharing his vision for Douglas with chamber members, Ortega spoke of the results of the previous goal-setting meeting of the city administration and staff that stressed the need to improve and expand the Port of Entry while presenting the possibility of a new, completely separate port dealing with commercial traffic.
Rain dumps over 2 inches
Heavy rain and gusting winds caught many Douglas residents off guard Sunday blowing through Douglas causing some damage throughout parts of town.
Swim, sink and read at the Douglas Library
Douglas public library ends summer reading program with two magnificent events.
Kramer redecorating Chamber
Susan Kramer, a long time Douglas resident, was appointed Douglas Chamber of Commerce President on May 3.
Immunization and sports physical reminders for parents
With August 2, the first day of school, fast approaching here are some things you need to know about registering your child for school.
La Cacahuata opens in Douglas
A new ice cream shop has come to Douglas, La Cacahuata opened on June 5, but they offer much more then just ice cream.
The Dawg Pound is now open for business
A new business has opened in old Sonic location; the “Dawg Pound” had their grand opening on Friday, August 3.
Fighting Irish Cantina now open
Denny’s restaurant opened the “Fighting Irish Cantina” on June 29. They have enclosed the back patio making into a sports bar.
Toy Drive shopping
Local car club elects new president
Douglas Street Rods held their first Rodder/Biker night July 13, with new President Danny Escarcega.
Douglas Mercado holds rocketry workshop
The Douglas Mercado hosted a rocket building workshop at the Castro park on Sunday June 24thth.
Copper Queen gets more space, more doctors
Copper Queen Medical Center in Douglas is close to completing Phase I of three phases to expand services to the Douglas community.
CQMA adds physicians to Douglas Rural Health Clinic
Pediatrician Rachel Martin-Camp, MD, and Family Physician Karam Makhni, MD, are joining Copper Queen Medical Associates and accepting new patients at the Douglas Rural Health Clinic beginning Wednesday, August 1, 2012.
Douglas Food Bank announces changes
Community comes together to help Bulldog legend
A benefit was held for local legend who is battling cancer at Border Mart on Saturday, August 4.
Several Douglas residents spent this past Saturday learning proper CPR and First Aid techniques from Douglas Firefighters Jesse Munoz and Chris Escarcega.
Robles family gathering toys for TMC
Last July while celebrating his fifth birthday with his cousin Debanny, Rene Robles suffered a one hour seizure.
Library to host 2 events this week
The Douglas Public Library and the Friends of the Douglas Library are hosting two more events this week.
Krentz makes donation to Douglas Library
Susan Krentz, wife of slain rancher Robert Krentz, made a book donation to the Douglas Library, July 9.
Sign-ups for China Poblana have begun
Applications are now being taken for China Poblana. There is an entry fee of $25, and each participant must sell at least 25 tickets in order to be considered for selection.
Over 50 kids participate in vacation bible school
Douglas’ First Assembly of God Church held their annual vacation bible school July 16-20, with over 50 kids in attendance. The camp was held at the church on 13th Street.
Hoyack places second in essay contest
U of A, 4-H hold summer camp at DHS
The University of Arizona Transition to Teaching Program in collaboration with the Cochise County 4-H Youth Development program, held their summer camp last week.
Douglas High School graduate Katherine Decker was the recipient of the Jean Randle and Joann Morelock Memorial Scholarship presented annually by the Thunder Mountain Republican Women's Club in Sierra Vista to deserving high school graduating women from around the area. Decker is the recipient of the $500 scholarship which will go towards her first year at Cochise College in Douglas. “We are proud to present an award for another year to a deserving graduate of Douglas High School,” said Karla Rothrock, President of the Thunder Mountain Republican Women’s Club in Sierra Vista. Pictured above are, from left Catalina Decker, Katherine Decker, Pam Collins, TMRW Education Chair and Don Decker.
DUSD students return to school
Over 4,000 students in the Douglas Unified School District returned to class last week.
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