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Brush fire spurs alarm on Fort Huachuca

Smoke from a brush fire that consumed about 30 acres of land on Fort Huachuca brought response from the post fire department and the Coronado National Forest Sierra Vista Ranger District.

Sometime after 6 p.m., the fire was reported off from Range Road in the general proximity of the wind turbine on Fort Huachuca.

White smoke was still billowing from the scene more than 90 minutes later, despite light rainfalls in the area.

Fort Huachuca Fire Department personnel responded to the scene and the national forest...

‘America, start your engines’

By Kristi O’Brien

Special to the Herald/Review

Like most Americans on Sept. 11, 2001, Mark Cramer was devastated by the attacks on his nation. 

“I was offended,” he said. 

“I’m gonna do something about this,” he recalled telling his wife. Adding “I still have something to offer. I still have gas in the tank.”

So, on Sept. 12, 2001, when millions of Americans were making a run on American flags,...

AROUND YOUR TOWN for Tuesday, June 30, 2015

June 29

The Community Caregiver Support Group, hosted by Faith Presbyterian Church and led by Frena Gray-Davidson and Mattie Stone, Medical Social Worker, will host the Dementia Café on Monday, June 29, with a potluck lunch beginning at noon until 2 p.m. Please bring your favorite food to share. The Caregivers meet on the last Monday of every month, and each meeting will include input on dementia from the facilitators as well as time for discussion. Don’t struggle alone; meet others who know your journey. Get help, support, and friendship at the meeting....



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