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5th year anniversary

Jovanna Mendoza recently celebrated her 5th year anniversay with the Santa Cruz County Recorders Office. She was thanked for her hard work and dedication at a public meeting with the Board of Supervisors. Read More »

IME Becas Students / First Generation

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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 »

IME Becas

The Consulate General of Mexico in Nogales, Arizona held a breakfast on March 21st at 9:30 a.m. for members of the Local Committee of IME Becas to meet with the 11 students from Cochise College that were awarded scholarships from this program. What is IME Becas? In 2005 the Government of Mexico announced the launch of the IME Becas Program, ... Read More »

Nogales mayor delivers annual State of the City address

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 »

Nogales Mayor Garino Opposed to Border Warnings Legislation

Nogales, AZ—Nogales City Mayor Arturo Garino urges all concerned constituents to join with him in opposition to border warning legislation proposed by Representative Peggy Judd, R-25. “This bill is wholly unwarranted and only continues to add to the rhetoric that border communities of this fine state are not safe,” said Garino in a letter to Representative Judd. “The reality is ... Read More »

NPD K-9 Unit: Highly trained in all aspects of patrolling

Thorpe, Ari, Elo, Ready and Tesco are full-fledged officers of the law with the Nogales Police Department. Experts in the detection of narcotics, weapons, currency and also highly trained in all aspects of patrolling. From the early age of one, these officers arrived at the doors of NPD to protect and serve. Not only are these officers’ working day in ... Read More »

LOCAL TORCH RUN SET

The Nogales Police Department (NPD) is set to continue its annual Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics in April 2012. For the first time since its inception, the run will be held at Pierson Field in Nogales, AZ and local area athletes will be asked to participate and walk with law enforcement officers. The event is the largest fundraising ... Read More »

Inauguran nueva subestación de bomberos en La Mesa

Ante la gran necesidad que se tiene en la colonia La Mesa donde habitan alrededor de 25 mil familias, se inauguró la nueva subestación de Bomberos de Nogales, donde el Gobierno Municipal aportó el terreno para la construcción del inmueble. El Secretario del Ayuntamiento, Bernardo Silva García quien asistió en nombre del alcalde José Ángel Hernández Barajas, manifestó en su ... Read More »

Correctional Nurses meet

The Arizona Correctional Nurses meeting was held in Nogales at the Tony Estrada Law Enforcement Center for the first time on Thursday, November 11, 2011. The purpose of the meeting was for nurses from all correctional facilities around the state to come together on a quarterly basis and share ideas, best practices, attend trainings and hold conferences. “It became a ... Read More »

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