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Memorial Day ceremonies set for Monday

SIERRA VISTA — There will be two events Monday to remember America’s fallen military members who have served defending the nation.

The first event will take place at the Old Post Cemetery on Fort Huachuca, starting at 11:30 a.m.

Post Public Affairs Officer Angela Camera said people who want to attend the event should arrive earlier than the start time.

There will be designated parking areas, where buses will depart from to...

Army family finds home in Sierra Vista Little League

While Permanent Change of Station orders mean brand new towns with a fresh set of strangers to meet for a military family, one of the few things they can count on is that sports are played just the same in North Carolina as they are in Cochise County.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, locals don’t care where you from as long as you can hit a baseball. It’s the universal language of sports that’s allowed Chief Warrant Officer 4 Jeff Whitworth, his wife Stacy, and their three children to find their own niche in the Sierra Vista community throughout the...

The myth and the man: Tombstone tells the story of Wyatt Earp

Few names are as synonymous with Tombstone as Wyatt Earp and the big eponymous weekend in Tombstone could not have kicked-off any better than with Wyatt Earp himself, on stage at Schieffelin Hall.

It wasn’t just dress up Friday night, it was Wyatt Earp, although technically a nephew of the legendary lawman and gunfighter with the same name, performing his one-man show.

Kenneth Barrett, director of the Tombstone Repertory Theater, was instrumental in bringing the play to Tombstone this week.

“We are...



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