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- Cochise County Spelling Bee Saturday
- Important voter information for upcoming city election
- Cochise College sports roundup
- Two Douglas men charged with human smuggling
- Lady Bulldogs fall 2-0 to Sahuaro in state playoffs
- DCC to meet Feb. 17
- Garbage collection change for Monday, Feb. 17
- FCC offers county advice on phone scams, fraud
The City of Douglas will hold an all-mail election for Mayor and Council Members in Wards 1, 3 and 5, on March 10.
Cochise College President Dr. J.D. Rottweiler will be awarded Phi Theta Kappa's (PTK) Shirley B. Gordon Award of Distinction on April 2-4 at PTK's Annual Convention in Dallas, Texas.
BISBEE — A child abuse case that culminated in the death of a 2-year-old Douglas boy has been designated a complex case by a Cochise County Superior Court judge.
Douglas High School wrestlers Albert Ambriz and Sergio Zuniga placed third and fourth in their respective weight classes at the Division III, Section 1 wrestling tournament that was held Saturday at Amphi High School in Tucson, and have qualified for the 4A state tournament, this weekend in …
- Update: Douglas High School Lockdown
- Douglas High School currently on lockdown
- Breaking News: Recall effort against Mayor Uribe dismissed
- Officer involved shooting under investigation
- BREAKING NEWS!! Officer involved shooting
- Avoid area: Rollover accident on 9th and San Antonio Ave.
- !EMERGENCY! Gas Leak in Douglas
First, I’d like to congratulate the businesses on G Ave on their new parking spaces. Three months ago, I spoke with an owner of a downtown business where the business owner cited parking as the most pressing issue among the downtown small business community.
For the past few years, Cochise College board members, staff and students have participated in the Salvation Army’s red kettle campaign by ringing the bell outside of local establishments during the holiday season. The college is also connected to the Salvation Army through the work of culin…