Decision comes without the city having seen a cost-benefit analysis.
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Dozens of students in the Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District have recently begun turning to a YouTube channel for additional help in one of their classes, scrolling through the wide selection of nearly 100 videos guiding them on how to play various songs on different musical instruments.
A new report comparing conditions along the Santa Cruz River from the Nogales Wash to Amado in 2018 and 2008 found several favorable developments, including the fact that ammonia concentrations are no longer toxic, the aquifer is receiving better recharge and an endangered fish is thriving i…
November ended on a wet and windy note in Santa Cruz County, thanks to a pair of storms sandwiched around the Thanksgiving holiday.
Members of U.S. Sen. Martha McSally’s staff will hold office hours in Nogales this week to meet with constituents who need help with a federal agency or department.
The biannual roundup of free-range cattle helps ranchers manage their herds and generate income.
The Nogales Police Department says it has become reliant on a federal program that’s sent millions of dollars to the department since 2008 for border enforcement work.
Saliendo del puerto de entrada Dennis DeConcini, Samuel Guevarra, un hombre delgado con bigote y cabello corto, caminaba por Grand Avenue un miércoles reciente.
Lowell Robinson pensó que solo estaba enviando a sus empleados a recoger basura.
La Fiesta de Tumacácori, una celebración anual de todas las culturas que han vivido e influido el Valle de Santa Cruz, está por comenzar el primer fin de semana de diciembre.