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48th Annual Convention and Golf Tournament


The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas hosted their 48th Annual Convention and Golf Tournament at the Tubac Golf Resort and Spa in Tubac, Arizona on November 3-5. The convention kicked off on Thursday, November 3, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. The morning session focused on “Food Safety.” It also included an inspirational talk from DeDe Murcer Moffett, speaker/author of the ... Read More »

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 »

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 »

“Dos Cabezas makes exceptional wine”

Dos Cabezas Winery

“Dos Cabezas makes exceptional wine” Dos Cabezas WineWorks has been producing wines in Arizona since 1995. Dos Cabezas WineWorks is a family-owned and operated winery in Sonoita, Arizona. The winery was originally located on an 80 acre Dos Cabezas Vineyard near Willcox, AZ. Just after the harvest of 2006, winemaker Todd Bostock purchased the winery with the help of his ... Read More »

Alex’s Tires Celebrates 23rd Anniversary

Customer Appreciation Day

Alex´s Tires celebrated their 23rd anniversary on Saturday , October 24th with the community. They hosted an event in celebration of customer appreciation day.The event was packed with demonstrations, food, and lots of entertainment.  The main coordinators of the event were Maria Luisa Cota, Executive Producer, and Rene Rayon, General Manager invited several organizations within the community to attend and ... Read More »


Italian Restaurant

Orenncios is well known now for its delicious tasting Italian food. Orenncios formerly known as Toscanos opened its doors to the public a year ago. It has gradually built a good customer base. Customers looking for great tasting  Italian food don’t need to travel to outside Santa Cruz County. Orenccios speciality is their excellent tasting Italian food but have also ... Read More »

Creative Spirit Artists Gallery

Helping local artists

“Welcome. Come in and Be Amazed” says the signboard in front of the colorful entrance to Creative Spirit Artists Gallery, located in the center of “downtown” Patagonia. Yes, amazed is the right term when you see the wonderful art inside. Creative Spirit is a bright, well-arranged consignment gallery that specializes in the work of local artists—painters, photographers, flute makers, jewelry ... Read More »

“Gathering Grounds Coffee House & Grill, Helping Local Artist’s Gain Recognition”

Gathering Grounds Coffee Shop

The Gathering Grounds Coffee House & Grill has been open for over 20 years, it is located in central Patagonia. Now owned by Mrs.Doles and her family, they serve a variety of coffee and have a very healthy menu with a variety of choices to choose from. Mrs.Doles first started working there when she was 14 as a server. While ... Read More »

“Visible Economic Growth in Santa Cruz County”

Family restaurant

After the economic recession, we witnessed a large number of businesses disappear in Santa Cruz County as a result of it. Now we slowly see big franchises, and locally owned businesses opening in our area. This is a clear sign of economic growth.  We are witnessing a surge of new stores and restaurants slowly making their way into our small ... Read More »

USDA Administrator Facilitated a Roundtable Hosted by NCD, Tour Energy and Community Projects


More Than $74 Million in Investments in Rural Arizona Projects Highlighted USDA Rural Business-Cooperative Service (RBS) Administrator Lillian Salerno began a three-day visit to southern Arizona to lead a business roundtable and tour USDA investments in renewable energy and community projects. This morning, Salerno facilitated a roundtable hosted by the Nogales Community Development Corporation (NCD) to help rural businesses, including ... Read More »

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