Students and teachers at A.J. Mitchell Elementary School will find a new source of inspiration when they head to the restroom this coming fall, thanks to the fundraising and design efforts of their student council and advisor.

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The Nogales City Council emphatically shot down a proposal by Mayor John Doyle to freeze water rates for a year, voting 6-1 against the plan during a council meeting last Thursday.

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Three firefighters who were honored during the first-ever Nogales Fire Department awards were presented to the city council meeting last Thursday.

A person found dead in the county last month was determined to be an undocumented Mexican national, and authorities say a second set of human remains discovered nine days later likely belong to a border-crosser as well.

The Santa Cruz County Health Services Department reported the following results for its inspections of local food establishments in June. A score of “excellent” means no critical violations; “satisfactory” means critical violations noted and corrected prior to the completion of the inspectio…

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The Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors once again prohibited Sheriff Antonio Estrada from filling a vacant lieutenant position, adding to the tension of a three-year standoff over the unfilled command post.

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The Nogales Major Division All-Stars earned a spot in the state tournament when they edged Douglas 7-5 on Friday on their home field to win the Arizona Little League District 8 title.

Crouching in the dirt of what used to be empty fish ponds, volunteers and city staff planted and watered a new butterfly garden along Morley Avenue in Nogales last Thursday morning.

A design proposal submitted by Sonoita-based artist Deborah Fellows has been selected for a memorial honoring the 19 members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots who died on June 30, 2013 while fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire near Prescott.