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Looking at the year ahead


TO OUR READERS The start of a new year is always a good time to reflect on what is going well and what we can improve in our personal and professional lives, as individuals and as parts of an organization. Looking at the year ahead, the editorial staff at Border Eco remains committed to sharing the best of our community ... Read More »

Garino delivers passionate City Address


City of Nogales Mayor, Arturo R. Garino, delivered his annual State of the City Address on March 20, 2013 at the local recreational center. The year’s passionate speech highlighted many of the city’s previous achievements and also included current and future goals and projects for years to come. Many local community leaders and local citizens were in attendance to witness ... Read More »

SCC Superintendent hosts Building Partnerships forum


The Santa Cruz County (SCC) Superintendent of Schools Alfredo I. Velasquez held the first building partnerships in education forum this past March 19, 2013. The forum provided gathering of community leaders to discuss educational issues to better the future of local youth. The session hosted presentations from Susan Carlson, Executive Director for the Arizona Business Education Coalition (ABEC) and Michael ... Read More »

New members for Nogales Lions Club


The Nogales Lions Club has been a service club in the community since 1945 and is currently working on multiple projects for 2013, which include the Spater Memorial Scholarship, Junior Olympics, and its biggest fundraiser of the year. Be sure to donate to the club to support the great effort of the club, who donates 100% of all it’s funding. ... Read More »

Voters head to the polls


Polling places were active yesterday August 28, 2012 as voters made there way to the polls. The local and national campaigns are in full force in this election year with the local primary election as the first step for candidates. Also at the polling places where the local candidates hoping to encourage locals and give them one last impression before ... Read More »

Education and Family


BY DAVID RAMIREZ MATUS Alfredo I. Velasquez has served as Santa Cruz County School Superintendent for the past six years, an elected position he earned after a long and successful educational career. The mission of the Arizona County School Superintendent is to provide quality administrative fiscal and educational services in partnership with schools, educators, and communities to effectively improve student achievement. ... Read More »

Great Historic Buildings

Historic Building: Pierson High School

BY JOESPH WRIGHT Nogales, a city rich in history, is full of great historic buildings; the old court house which is now used as the Cochise College campus in Nogales, the old fire station is now the Pimeria Alta Museum, and the old Nogales High School building up on the hill on Plum Street. These days the old High School ... Read More »

LCHS Graduation honors students

Lourdes High School Graduates

CONTRIBUTED On May 18, 2012 Lourdes Catholic High School (LCHS) celebrated the graduation of the senior class of 2012; in which all the students received  their High School diploma.   Juan Pablo Guzman, Santa Cruz County  Clerk of the Superior Court, was the key note speaker, during  the speech.  He encouraged the students to continue their higher education, in order to ... Read More »

Women told us what they wanted

Mariposa Clinic

BY Heather Dodge Over the years it became increasingly clear that most women prefer gynecologists and obstetricians who, like themselves, are women. National statistics bear this out. Now Mariposa Community Health Center in Nogales offers the full range of expert services by all women OB/GYN providers. Dr. Pilar Baquero and Dr. Erica Simon, plus their excellent team of assistants, are ... Read More »

Tooth truths tidbits & a commencement address

CONTRIBUTED Teeth function like rebar in concrete, reinforcing your jaw-bone.  Losing a single tooth results in a 40% to 60% loss of this bone.  The lower jaw, otherwise known as the mandible, is a horseshoe shaped bone with a dual hinges.  Located slightly in front of your ears, one can sometimes hear the clicking and popping of a damaged joint ... Read More »

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