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Aztec Bar & Grill


Are you in for a delicious fresh made traditional food? Exhausted from eating at the same fast food restaurants? Then why not visit the Quality Americana Hotel Restaurant! The Quality Americana Hotel is not only known to provide full service for customers, and tourists looking for a nice place to rest. The hotel has a restaurant that serves delicious traditional ... Read More »

Santa Cruz Serving Veterans (SCSV) Committee


The Santa Cruz Serving Veterans Committee has been meeting for several months. It is a meeting of community partners, individuals, City and State Leadership, Veterans, and Veteran Service Organizations work in collaboration to addresses Veteran needs in Santa Cruz County. The meeting facilitator is Samantha Bivens an outreach specialist from the American Red Cross. The goal of the committee is ... Read More »

People who “Echo”- Sheriff Tony Estrada


Safety is a top priority for every community. It is important to have an experienced leader that is knowledgeable about public safety. Sheriff Tony Estrada understands the importance of public service. “Trust is an important factor in public safety. My role is to ensure public trust by providing quality public safety to all citizens of Santa Cruz County,” said Sheriff ... Read More »

Circle C Ranch A Century In The Making

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Circle Z Ranch is nearly a century old. Established in 1926, this southwest guest ranch has been in business for 90 years. It is the oldest continually operating guest ranch in Arizona. Circle Z Ranch is a traditional guest ranch, where folks come from all over the world to experience the charm and grandeur of the desert. Guests stay in ... Read More »

Team Anonymous helping young people succeed


Team Anonymous is a peer youth program in Santa Cruz County. Team Anonymous started in October of 2007 as a result of a conversation between incarcerated students in the juvenile detention facility and support staff. Students were asked what support was needed for them to avoid recidivism. One suggestion was a youth center or group for older teens focused on ... Read More »

New Branding Arizona @ Work


The Santa Cruz County One Stop hosted a community gathering on Friday, February 19th to introduce their new branding “Arizona @ Work.”  Mauricio Chavez WIOA Director headed the ceremony highlighting the services they provide to local businesses and consumers in Santa Cruz County. The Santa Cruz County One Stop now Arizona @ Work will host in October a job fair. ... Read More »

Santa Cruz County Spelling Bee 2016


The month of February is known throughout the county as “Spelling Bee Month!” Each year, the office of the Santa Cruz County Superintendent prepares to host their yearly “Spelling Bee Contest.” The Spelling Bee gives students within the county an opportunity to compete, and demonstrate their spelling skills. This year the Spelling Bee took place at the Santa Cruz County ... Read More »

People that “Echo”-Danna Gallardo


Since 1991, Danna Gallardo has been working with youth. She is a dedicated educator who enjoys working with young people from various educational settings. “I am so blessed to have had the opportunity to work with these young people and their families.  It has truly opened my eyes to what unconditional love can accomplish,” said Dana. Ms. Gallardo is the ... Read More »

Nogales Mercado Farmer’s Market


An opportunity to buy local, healthy, fresh food and handmade gifts! Nogales Mercado is THE place to be on Friday afternoons. Here in our beautiful and diverse town of Nogales, Mariposa Community Health Center and Nogales Community Development combined access to healthy food with local economic development to create this vibrant, year-round Farmer’s Market. Experiencing food at its finest can ... Read More »

Mariposa’s Tubac Regional Health Center

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Mariposa Community Health Center is pleased to announce the opening of the Tubac Regional Health Center in late February. In 2015, Mariposa was asked by the Tubac Health Care Foundation to resume operations following the Center’s closure by its current operator to ensure that the residents of the northern portion of the County have access to primary medical care over the long-term. Reopening ... Read More »

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