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Series of baseball games to begin on both sides of the border

The City of Nogales, AZ., and Nogales, Sonora, MX., has come together to host the “Fiesta Mexicana de Beisbol de los dos Nogales,” on July 20-22,2013. The city governments have been collaborating to host annual cultural and sports events to benefit both communities. The series of games will be played under the Mexican Pacific League and will be hosted on ... Read More »

Announcement of Correction

Border Eco Magazine sincerely regrets the misspelling of City of Nogales Vice-Mayors Nubar Hanessian’s name on page 25 of issue 19, 2013. Our editing team is constantly hard at work to prevent such inaccuracies. Our editing team apologies to Vice-Mayor Hanessian and to our readers. Please feel free to contact us with any other inaccuracies at Read More »

Abrirán más líneas vehiculares en cruce a E.U. por periodo vacacional

El alcalde, Ramón Guzmán Muñoz, participó en dicho encuentro, el cual se realiza cada dos meses y se tocan temas relacionados con el beneficio para ambos lados de la frontera, es decir, en los dos Nogales; también estuvo presente el mayor, Arturo Garino, autoridades de Aduana y migración tanto de México, como de Estados Unidos, entre otros. El presidente municipal ... Read More »

Law Enforcement Domestic Violence Conference

On June 12, 2013 the SCC Attorney’s Office hosted a domestic violence conference at the Americana Hotel in Nogales, AZ. The event began at 8:15 a.m. and will conclude at 5 p.m. The conference topics included illusion of movement, child abductions, primary aggressor, strangulation investigation, when I reach out for help and understanding the impact of domestic violence. Speakers included ... Read More »

Sheriff’s Office recognized employees for their hardwork and dedication

In honor of National Correctional Officers Week and National Police Week the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office recognized a few employees for their hardwork and dedication. They are from left to right. 1. Detention Officer Daniel Soto, Recipient, Detention Officer of the Year Award 2. Detention Corporal Sylvia V. Lopez, Recipient, Special Appreciation Award 3. Detention Booking Clerk, Stephanie Lopez, ... 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 »

International Women’s Day Celebration

Santa Cruz County was treated for second year to a beautiful evening, which featured music and poetry from famous and immortalized Mexican composers and writers this Friday March 8, 2013. The Mexican Consulate and sponsors organized the event, which was held at the James Clark Performing Arts Center at the Nogales High School. The festivities which celebrates the International Women’s ... Read More »

Hohokam Soccer Field now open

The City of Nogales inaugurated Hohokam Soccer Field this past March 2013. The field is located east of Fleischer Park and should attract more physical activity in Santa Cruz County. Many community figures were in attendance at the event, which included SCC Attorney George Silva, SCC Recorder Suzie Sainz, SCC Sheriff Tony Estrada, NFD Chief Hector Robles, City Councilmen Cesar ... Read More »

Minor league baseball comes to SCC

The City of Nogales will be getting a new minor league baseball team in the summer of 2013. The team titled the Nogales Desert Ghost will include several players with professional experience with Jolbert Cabrera set as the team’s manager. “After discussions with the teams owners we are very happy to be welcoming this team to Nogales,” said City of ... Read More »

Readiness & Emergency Management for Schools

The meeting provides support, resources, & training to support school emergency management efforts for local educational agencies and institutions. Representatives from various organizations were in attendence such as SCC Sheriff Office and Nogales Police Department. Read More »

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