The Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District welcomed back students on Monday for the first day of fully in-person instruction since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
A 13-year-old boy died after being overcome by the current near a waterfall at the north end of Rio Rico on Thursday evening. His companion, a 17-year-old boy, managed to pull himself from the water before being carried to safety by a helicopter, authorities said.
The board had previously OK’d an 18-cent property tax hike, but halved it after discussion.
Rainfall readings show that many areas of Santa Cruz County received 8 or more inches of precipitation last month, putting the area in position to reach or surpass monsoon season averages after three unusually dry years.
A drama teacher at Rio Rico High School was released from his contract this week, days after being charged with 22 misdemeanor counts of assault with sexual motivation.
Some local customers who get their water from the Valle Verde Water Company received a notice this week stating that water in the company’s pipes showed levels of arsenic higher than allowed.
The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission is headed for Nogales as it begins its work of drawing new congressional and legislative districts for the coming decade.
In other part of the city: Massive puddles, fallen trees and power outages.
As students prepare to tackle another academic year during the coronavirus pandemic, the leaders of Santa Cruz County’s two largest school districts say instruction will look more like it did prior to COVID-19, but with many pandemic-era sanitary precautions still in place.
Several inches of rain fell across Santa Cruz County in a weekend that saw steady precipitation, but didn’t bring heavy downpours. Even so, washes flooded, roads were closed and a few cars had to be plucked out of danger on Pendleton Drive in Rio Rico.
Santa Cruz County’s unemployment rate shot up in June to 12.3 percent – a 1.5-percent increase from May, according to data from the Arizona Department of Economic Opportunity.
State environmental regulators are one step closer to giving South32 permission to pump millions of gallons of water out of the ground and pour it into Harshaw Creek, south of Patagonia.
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