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Official Proclamation Candlelight Vigil & Peace March 2015

The month of October is not only known as the start of the Fall Season or Halloween but it also represents Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  In Santa Cruz County, for years the Santa Cruz County Attorney’s Office and the Victim’s Services have made it a point to educate the public on the ramifications of domestic violence has not only the ... Read More »

Nogales Night Out 2015

Nogales Night Out is an event organized by the Mayor’s office with the help of several organizations to help bring about awareness on safety. The event took place at the Teyechea Park at City Hall. Marisol Mercado the Mayor’s assistant said “several organizations helped to make this event possible. Participating organizations were Tricar Sales, Wal-Mart, Robinson’s True Value, Nogales Fire ... Read More »

“The Voice of One, the Power of All”

“The Voice of One, the Power of All” Making Connections 4U a local non-profit organization in Santa Cruz County along with the Santa Cruz Community Action Coalition will be in full force promoting their campaign during the month of May for National Prevention Week. National Prevention Week is a SAMHSA-supported annual health observance it is dedicated to increase public awareness ... Read More »

Santa Cruz County One Stop Offers An Array Of Services

The Santa Cruz County One Stop Career Center is a single point-of-entry for services and programs for individuals seeking employment. The center brings together various programs and services from local, and government organizations to help benefit both the employer and job seekers.The Santa Cruz County One Stop Career Center ultimate goal is to provide individuals with the necessary tools and ... Read More »

Mayor John Doyle Inaugural

Mayor John Doyle along with the new council members Robert Rojas, Greg Lucero and Jose “Joe” Diaz, were sworn into office yesterday, January 6, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. at the Pierson School Gymnasium. Several people within Santa Cruz County were in attendance.     Read More »

“Inspirational Political Leader”

“Inspirational Political Leader” Nogales Mayor Arturo R. Garino was the first to be featured on the cover of Border Eco magazine in April 2011. He returns to Border Eco for an exit interview. He has graciously taken time off his busy schedule to meet with us. Border Eco had an opportunity to discuss with Mayor Garino his accomplishments, and experiences ... Read More »

“Together We Can End Domestic Violence”

The Santa Cruz County Attorney Office and the Victims Services along with the Community Coalition Response (CCRT) team hosted its annual conference at the Esplendor Resort on October 29, 2014 from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. The conference “Together We Can End Domestic Violence,” was held during the month of October to promote Domestic Violence Awareness. The Santa Cruz County Attorney Office ... Read More »

Red Flags/Listening To Victims Discussed At 2014 Domestic Violence Conference

On Wednesday June 18, County Attorney George Silva and the victim services department held the 2014 Domestic Violence Conference in the Sonora Ballroom at the Esplendor Resort. The theme of the event was End the Silence, Stop the Violence with various law enforcement officials and domestic violence experts speaking on the subject. Among the speakers was our very own Chief ... Read More »

Public Safety Awards & Recognition

On Friday, May 9, 2014 at Esplendor Resort, the Nogales Rotary Club, Santa Cruz County Attorney’s Office, Santa Cruz County Superintendent’s Office, Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office and the Public Safety Awards Committee recognized the tremendous acts of valor demonstrated by officers of the Santa Cruz County public safety agencies. One of the largest event of its kind in the ... Read More »

Law Enforcement Torch Run 2014

The Law Enforcement Torch Run 2014 for Special Olympics for Santa Cruz Count. Nogales Police Department (NPD) and the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office across the Santa Cruz County to raise funds and awareness for this program. Each summer, law enforcement officials carry the Flame of Hope across the county with the Torch Run, and the lighting of the cauldron ... Read More »

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