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Thanksgiving Day Project

Nogales Rotarians, and their families began the day at 7 am at Villa’s Market on Grand Avenue.

Another Thanksgiving Day has come and gone. Food was cooked and shared with family and friends.  Thank you prayers were uttered for all the blessings received during the year. For a group of Nogales Rotarians, and their families, the day began at 7 am at Villa’s Market on Grand Avenue.  Once at the store, they were met by employees who ... Read More »

A. S. Noon, a Firefighter Jack-of-all-Trades

History in the making

Adolphus “Dolph” Samuel Noon was the last, but not the least, member of the 1913-1915 Building Committee. Dolph was born in Provo, Utah in 1867 and came to the Oro Blanco mining district in Southern Arizona with his parents as a boy aged 11. Dolph’s father, a British physician by the name of Adolphus H. Noon ( 1838-    1931 ), ... Read More »

“A True Public Servant”

Every year she works tirelessly with families in need in helping to connect them with resources.

For decades our politicians have classified themselves as public servants without really knowing what a public servant signifies. It is easy to articulate but a hard act to follow. Dora Taddey a Nogales native doesn’t only know what the word public servant signifies but has also dedicated herself to more than 15 years working in public service. Ms. Taddey a ... Read More »

Humble Beginnings

An educator working tirelessly to create a challenging, nurturing environment for Cochise College students.

A great educator creates a sense of community and belonging. These are just among the few characteristics that describe Sue Neilsen, Director of Cochise College.  She is an exceptional life-long educator, who has dedicated herself to empowering students all of ages to achieve their dreams. She has worked in the educational field for 43 years. Ms. Neilsen grew up in ... Read More »

“Walk to End Domestic Violence”

Nidia Solorzano from the Santa Cruz County Attorney Office of Victim Services one of the many organizers of this event.

The Victims Services Division from the Santa Cruz County Attorney’s Office in collaboration with the Santa Cruz County Community Response Team & Task Force Against Family Violence (SCCCRT) held the “Official Proclamation and Candlelight Vigil,” on Monday, October 6th from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. After the official ceremony that was very well attended by the public, the “Walk to End Domestic ... Read More »

“Working Towards Improving Health in Our Border Community”

"Salud es Movimiento / Health is Movement" campaign hosted by Mariposa Community Health Center and the Nogales Consulate of Mexico

Mariposa Community Health Center for several years has worked in collaboration with our sister city in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, to help improve the health of our border community. During the week of October 6-10, 2014, the Consulate General of Mexico in Nogales, Arizona, and Mariposa Community Health Center celebrated the “11th Annual Border Binational Health Week” and the “14th Binational ... Read More »

“Together We Can End Domestic Violence”

Santa Cruz County Attorney George Silva and staff making a difference in our community.

The Santa Cruz County Attorney Office and the Victims Services along with the Community Coalition Response (CCRT) team hosted its annual conference at the Esplendor Resort on October 29, 2014 from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. The conference “Together We Can End Domestic Violence,” was held during the month of October to promote Domestic Violence Awareness. The Santa Cruz County Attorney Office ... Read More »

Acuerdan acciones conjuntas para tratar temas como el de las alertas

El presidente Ramón Guzmán Muñoz, quien además preside la Asociación de Alcaldes de Sonora, habló sobre los resultados de la reunión del pasado jueves en Phoenix, Arizona, para dar seguimiento al proyecto de la Mega Región Arison propuesto por su Gobierno y que ha tenido mucho eco

Acuerdos como integrar una comisión de alcaldes de Sonora y Arizona para visitar Washington y la Ciudad de México, en busca de soluciones a temas que afectan a ambos estados, se lograron en la reciente reunión realizada en Phoenix en la que participó el presidente municipal Ramón Guzmán Muñoz. El Alcalde de Nogales, Sonora, mencionó que entre los temas que ... Read More »

Acuerdan trabajo coordinado RGM y nuevo cónsul de E.U. Chrisopher Teal

Acuerdan trabajo coordinado RGM y nuevo cónsul de E.  U. Chrisopher Teal (1)

El alcalde Ramón Guzmán Muñoz recibió en la oficina de presidencia al nuevo cónsul general de Estados Unidos en Nogales, Sonora, Chistopher Teal, quien sustituye al cónsul saliente Chad P. Cummins. En este primer encuentro Guzmán Muñoz y Teal hablaron sobre los problemas que de manera conjunta pueden resolver y acordaron mantener una constante comunicación para sacar adelante proyectos que ... Read More »

Nogales National Little League Wins The Intermediate 50/70 World Series Championship


Congratulations to the Nogales “Little League Intermediate World Series Champions” they beat Puerto Rico 11-4. They have made our community proud. The team’s hard work, dedication, and perseverance has paid off. Thank you to the family members, friends, coaches, organizers and the community for supporting the team during the summer tournament held in Nogales. Your support made a huge a ... Read More »

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