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SCVUSD35 Hosts STEAM and Wellness Night

Over 800 individuals attended the recent SCV35 Family STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) and Wellness Night at Calabasas K8 School. The event is a spinoff and expansion of previous years’ successful “Science Night at Calabasas” hosted by Calabasas Science teacher Oscar Villasenor. This year, Villasenor, SCVUSD curriculum representatives and the Event Planning Committee combined efforts to double the ... Read More »

Tumacácori Announces Entrance Fee-Free Days in 2019

Tumacácori National Historical Park will waive its entrance fee on four days in 2019.The four entrance fee-free days for 2019 will be: ● Saturday, April 20 – Start of National Park Week/National Junior Ranger Day ● Sunday, August 25 – National Park Service Birthday ● Saturday, September 28 – National Public Lands Day ● Monday, November 11 – Veterans Day ... Read More »

Santa Cruz Center Hosts a Meet & Greet

On February 7, 2019 at 11:30 a.m. the Santa Cruz Center and the South32 Mining hosted  its annual meet and greet luncheon with Pima Community College Lee Lambert for the second year. The event was held at Mr. C’s. The purpose of the luncheon was for Santa Cruz County community members to learn more about Pima Community College in Santa ... Read More »

Valentine’s Extravaganza Hosted by SCPLC

On Thursday, February 14, 2019  the Santa Cruz Parent Love Connection (SCPLC) hosted a celebration of appreciation for children with special needs  their families and community members of Santa Cruz County. Children were greeted and were welcomed to enter the BallRoom where dozens of pink, red, lavender and white balloons where on the floor for them to enjoy. Kids received ... Read More »

Dedicated to Public Service-Santa Cruz Recorder’s Office

The Santa Cruz County Recorder’s Office has plenty of recorded history, with records dating back from 1899. It is the year, in which Santa Cruz County was first recognized as a county as they were once part of Pima County.  In addition to this, the recorder’s office holds election rosters from 1904, 1911 and 1932. The Santa Cruz County Recorder’s ... Read More »

Community Health Associates-Leading the Way

Community Health Associates is leading the way providing mental health services to eligible consumers across Santa Cruz County. CHA has 9 sites throughout southern Arizona (Yuma, Tucson, San Luis, Parker, Bisbee, Douglas, Casa Grande, Green Valley, and Nogales). They are licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services, Office of Behavioral Licensure to provide outpatient behavioral health treatment serves. CHA ... Read More »

Giving the People of Nogales a Voice

A New Year but not a new face to the City of Nogales. Nogales Mayor Arturo R. Garino was the first to be featured on the cover of Border Eco Magazine back in April 2011.This past election the City of Nogales re-elected Arturo R. Garino for mayor. The Honorable Arturo R. Garino was sworn into office on Thursday, January 3rd ... Read More »

Safety or Harassment?

We received several letters from the public regarding the harsh safety measures the Department of Public Safety has in place for Santa Cruz County. One of the concerns is the 24/7 patrolling of our highways, people question if it is for safety or simply harassment. Here in Santa Cruz County many of the streets are patrolled by law enforcement to ... Read More »

New Opportunities for Staying Fit!

It is a New Year! For many people, the transition is a symbolic new start, a time to improve one’s health or make changes in one’s lives. Part of living a healthier, more balanced life one needs to eat better, drink more water, get eight hours of sleep daily, and stay physically fit. Many people are looking to make 2019 ... Read More »

Teacher Excellence Award

Rio Rico High School teacher, Chris Peters, was surprised while teaching his Financial Literacy class when Principal Vroegh unexpectedly entered his classroom accompanied by an entourage of administrators and strangers. Vroegh announced that guests were interested in making a brief presentation. Tucson Values Teachers Chief Operations Officer, Katie Rogerson, approached the front of the class, and announced that Chris Peters ... Read More »

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