Jennifer Racicot has recently resigned from the Apache Elementary School District Board, which is accepting applications for the seat.
Cochise County News
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.
The Cochise County Board of Supervisors has recently approved $700,000 as a part of the Stone Garden grant, which will allow the sheriff's office to continue its security operations in the border region.
The updated website provides more information to the public in a faster and easier fashion.
With a $500,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resource Conservation Service, Cochise County will be able to continue its water conservation efforts.
The Arizona Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights held a public meeting this month on voting rights and access.
The Cochise County Planning & Zoning Commission has unanimously approved a rezoning application by the Development Services Department to use a vacant 11.87-acre residential property as a commercial truck terminal.
The Cochise County Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved a license agreement that lets the City of Bisbee continue to use part of Melody Lane Complex for a monthly fee of $4,500.
Cochise County is looking for volunteers to help 220 neglected and abused children in the welfare system who do not have a Court Appointed Special Advocate to represent their interests.
Cochise County is believed to be the only country in Arizona that will use drones to help improve the cost and time of major planning projects.
The last of three Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) classes will be held in Douglas next month.
Cochise County is seeking to fill vacancies on two of its school district governing boards and is now accepting applications from interested residents.
In an effort to increase operational efficiency, Cochise County officials have transferred special district management to the clerk of the board of supervisors.
Kinder Morgan natural gas has proposed a new $40 million gas compressor station in Cochise County as part of its existing El Paso Natural Gas Co. pipeline system, a move estimated to bring 50 local jobs and generate about $1.1 million in yearly state and local tax revenue.
Cochise County is encouraging its local communities to be a part of the county's major health initiative designed to address health, social and economic factors.
The Cochise Health and Social Services along with the Arizona Department of Health Services have introduced a new electronic system for individuals receiving benefits through the WIC program.
The Cochise County Planning & Zoning Commission made two business request approvals during its recent meeting, giving the go ahead for the construction of tiny homes and for the expansion of Golden Oaks Canyon Assisted Living in Sierra Vista.
The placing of a Federal Aviation Administration-approved light on a proposed 70-foot communications tower near Fort Huachuca has resolved air traffic safety concerns over the tower, allowing Huachuca City residents to keep their cell and internet services.