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Greater Tucson Leadership visit to Nogales creates positive image

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Nogales, AZ—The Greater Tucson Leadership (GTL) organization visited Nogales last Friday for an up-close and positive view of the economic potential and impacts the City of Nogales and the entire border has on the Tucson region and the State of Arizona. “There are still many people in other communities north of here that have a negative perception of Nogales and ... Read More »

City of Nogales warns residents to stay out of Nogales and Trickey Washes due to a Mexican sewer overflow

Nogales, AZ—The City of Nogales is warning its residents and pets to stay out of the Nogales Wash and the Trickey Wash due to a Mexican sewer overflow that is flowing directly into the washes. “We have received reports that there is a break in a 24 inch sewer line in Nogales, Sonora,” stated Donald Atwood, Assistant Area Operations Manager ... Read More »

UPDATE-EMERGENCY FLOODING SITUATION

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The City of Nogales is reporting that the flash flooding that closed several City streets and roads this morning has receded for the time being. All roads are currently open. The City of Nogales is still on standby as the forecast continues to have rain in the future for the Nogales area. Flash flooding may continue to occur, and so ... Read More »

Nogales Police Assistant Chief Roy Bermudez graduates from Northwestern University’s Center for Public Safety

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Fourth of July, a top-notch celebration for City of Nogales

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Nogales The City of Nogales hosted its annual Fourth of July festivities. Celebrations were held through out Santa Cruz County, which included Patagonia, Rio Rico, Tubac and Nogales. The celebration began in Nogales with the Independence Day parade, which traversed through Downtown Nogales. The event continued at Fleischer Park with food, entertainment and an amazing fireworks conclusion. The day was ... Read More »

Mayor Arturo Garino recognized

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City of Nogales Mayor Arturo Garino was recognized for his efforts in improving relations between the State of Arizona and the Mexican State of Sonora and achievements in his first year of work. The Mayor of Nogales, Arizona Arturo Garino, received from the governors of the State of Arizona and Sonora the “Tony Certósimo Award”. This recognition occurred in a ... Read More »

Nogales Mayor Arturo Garino receives Tony Certosimo award

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Nogales, AZ—City of Nogales Mayor Arturo Garino will receive the Tony Certosimo award at the Arizona-Mexico Commission Plenary Session in Tucson on June 7-8. “I am humbled by this award, and I recognize the tremendous efforts of the City of Nogales and the entire Arizona portion of the Border Mayor’s Association for their hard work and dedication to image building ... Read More »

BP Academy educates public on security

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(Border Echo Magazine was invited by the Border Patrol to take part in a 7 week academy that details most of the duties that the agency is responsible for. The first class detailed the history of the agency. The following is report from the second week.) Day 2 of the Border Patrol Citizens Academy took place on Wednesday, February 29, ... Read More »

Acuden a informe de mayor de Nogales, Arizona

Acuden a informe de mayor de Nogales, Arizona

H. Ayuntamiento de Nogales-Unidad de Comunicación Social El alcalde José Ángel Hernández Barajas acompañado de regidores del Ayuntamiento, acudieron al primer informe de gobierno del mayor de Nogales, Arizona, Arturo Garino que se llevó a cabo en la vecina ciudad. Lo regidores Diana Yadira González Salas, Martha Laura Magallanes Lara, Teresa Beltrán Zamudio, Juan Ramón López Félix, Nicolás Demetrio Kiriakis ... Read More »

Nogales mayor delivers annual State of the City address

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Mayor Arturo R. Garino delivered his annual State of the City address Tuesday, March 20 at the Nogales Recreation Center with a warm reception from the community. Read More »

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