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Cycle for Peace organizers meet

Cycle for Peace organizers httpvh:// The Nogales Classic: Cycle for Peace is a self=paced ride designed for recreational and serious cyclists. The ride is scheduled for October 29, 2011. Participants will choose from a 17, 37 or 57 mile course. There will also be a family ride and health and safety fair. The event will be fully supported by numerous safety departments and ... Read More »

Nogales Rotary Club: The Santa Cruz Foundation for the Performing Arts

Christina Wilhelm, pianist and founder-director of the Santa Cruz Singers and Tapestry Chamber Ensemble, envisioned the Santa Cruz Foundation for the Performing Arts, SCFPA, to promote the performing arts on behalf of the Santa Cruz County, Arizona community. SCFPA is incorporated as a non profit 501(c)(3) organization.

Christina Wilhelm of The Santa Cruz Foundation for the Performing Arts was the special guest speakers today at the Nogales Rotary Club meeting held April 14, 2011. Wilhelm spoke to Rotarians about the amazing work the organization is doing in the community, but the presentation on the new performing arts center was the toast of the luncheon. Benderly Hall, as ... Read More »

Nogales Lions Club hosts the NHS Students of the Month

Aissa Bonillas, NHS educator, presented the NHS Students of the Month to the Nogales Lions Club at this weeks luncheon.

Aissa Bonillas,NHS educator, was accompanied by 18 students from Nogales High School to be honored as Students of the Month recipients this past Tuesday, April 12, 2011. Students had the opportunity to have lunch and speak to members of the Nogales Lions Club, which meets every Tuesday at the Americana Hotel in Nogales, AZ. Former educator and Lion members, Dr. ... Read More »

“Gran Desfile de Modas” to benefit St. Andrew’s Childrens Clinic

St. Andrew's Fashion - April 9, 2011

httpvh:// The Nogales City Recreation Center hosted a marvelous fashion show on April 9, 2011. Many local children and young adults were featured in fashionable spring and summer attire despite the cold spell that weekend. The event also had raffles, food and music to accompany the show which proceeds went to benefit the St. Andrew’s Children’s Clinic in Nogales, AZ. ... Read More »

Sacred Heart Catholic School Kermes

Sacred Heart Kermes - April 10, 2011

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With new leadership the City of Nogales looks onward to a much brighter future

Nogales Mayor Arturo Garino talks about the future of the city and his administrations plan to execute his plans.

Arturo R. Garino was born in Nogales, Arizona in 1952 and raised in Nogales, Arizona. Son of Caesar Michael Garino of New York and Guadalupe Valdez of Santana, Sonora. Arturo  is one of 6 children. Married.  Has two children and four grandchildren. Garino attended local schools. Graduated from Nogales High School in 1971. httpvh:// While at High School he was ... Read More »

Sheriff Tony Estrada long and illustrious career in law enforcement

Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada stands in front of the newly finished facilities that will be the new home of the department. The facility also bares the sheriff's name; the Tony Estrada Law Enforcement Center.

Marco Antonio ‘Tony’ Estrada has enjoyed a long and illustrious career in law  enforcement. He began as a police dispatcher for the Nogales Police Department and 25 years later retired as police captain and second in command. He also served as interim chief during numerous administrations, a leadership role he has put to good use when he was elected Sheriff ... Read More »

One of the great market places and intersections of multiculturalism

Echo of History author and historian Axel C F Holm

Entrepreneurs thought little of Nogales, considering it only a pass through to elsewhere. In 1882, Cyrus Holiday founder of the Santa Fe Railroad, built the first railroad along the west coast of Mexico from Benson to Guaymas to link markets in Chicago through to the anticipated great trade from the Orient. Twenty-first century Nogales entrepreneurs who developed  industries and trade ... Read More »

Tour of new Tony Estrada Law Enforcement Center Tour

Tony Estrada Law Enforcement Center Tour

httpvh:// Take a look at the pictures and video from the exclusive tour Border Echo Magazine received from the Santa Cruz County Sheriffs Department. And be sure to pick up a copy of the May 2011 edition for a full story on the exclusive tour. Read More »

Las Vegas Night at Lourdes Catholic School

The board of the Lourdes Catholic PTA take a moment to pose for a photo. Andres Ibarra, Maria Ibarra, Susana Dabdoub, Luis Fernando Dabdoub, Juan Carlos Ruiz, Miriam Ruiz, Mariela Valenzuela and Francisco Valenzuela.

httpvh:// A spotlight illuminated the night of April 2, 2011 when Lourdes Catholic School hosted its annual glamorous Las Vegas Night. The event was hosted to generate funds in benefit of the school and was organized by Susana Dabdoub, current president of the PTA. The night began with a delicious dinner of chipotle chicken, rice and vegetables, followed by a ... Read More »

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