Cochise County News
Members of the public are invited to participate in a two-day course designed to help prepare them for a major incident.
School Superintendent Jacqui Clay has appointed a new member to the Cochise County Career and Technical Education District (CTED) governing board.
Cochise County is launching a new volunteer initiative to mark National Rural Health Day on November 15.
The Board of Supervisors has adopted the amended secondary property tax rate and levy for the City of Willcox, following an administrative error on the part of Cochise County.
North America’s largest energy infrastructure company will expand its current operations in Cochise County in a $40 million project expected to begin next year.
Cochise County Health & Social Services will host a no-cost, adult flu clinic on Friday, October 26, at the Fry Fire Station, 4817 S. Apache Avenue, Sierra Vista. Immunizations will be given from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Early voting in the Primary Election has begun and Cochise County is offering its citizens more ways to participate this year.
Residents who need vital record certificates will now be offered same-day services by Cochise County.
A recent state audit that included a facility spot check has resulted in the Cochise County Jail receiving a perfect rating for its health care services.
Five Cochise County employers have been awarded the “Healthy Arizona Worksite Award” in recognition for making their worksites a healthy and safe place.
The revised Cochise court filing fees will result to an increase of six percent in costs.
In its regular meeting April 24, the Cochise County Board of Supervisors approved the continuation of an existing agreement with the Arizona Department of Health Services that monitors disease-carrying mosquitoes.
Cochise County's regional economy is bouncing back after facing years of recession and income streams are ahead of predicted estimates.
Cochise County recently relaunched its free dump days program called “One Trip, One Ton, One Time.”
Jennifer Racicot has recently resigned from the Apache Elementary School District Board, which is accepting applications for the seat.
A 1,400-square-foot facility used in the '80s and '90s for gem shows is set to be a new events center, campground and community gathering place near Douglas.