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SES swears Civilian new-hires into Army service

Posted February 13, 2015 by Stephanie Caffall

A member of the Senior Executive Service, SES, and deputy to the commanding general on Fort Huachuca has been swearing in newly hired Department of the Army Civilian employees into federal service.

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Military spouse seeks kidney donor for transplant

Posted April 10, 2015 by Natalie Lakosil

Looking at Tawanna Clapp you wouldn’t guess that she spends 21 hours a week on dialysis.

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Mini society teaches elementary school youth about economics

Posted May 15, 2015 by Natalie Lakosil

Consumers line up to buy goods during the Strawberry World Mini Society Fair at Colonel Johnston Elementary School May 8. The price of goods ranged from $1 to $7.   Students at Colonel Johnston Elementary School were given a hands-on lesson in economics on May 8 while participating in a mini society fair hosted by…

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Become a junior cave scientist at Coronado Cave

Posted July 17, 2015 by

A 40-foot descent over slick boulders is required to reach the cave floor. Coronado National Memorial now offers a Junior Cave Scientist program at the park. Kids can complete a booklet and explore Coronado Cave to earn their Junior Cave Scientist badge. Park staff are looking for young speleologists to become junior rangers. In the…

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Chalk Talk April 19, 2012

Posted April 19, 2012 by

General Myer Elementary School The following students received awards for the General Myer School academics program and honor roll. The staff congratulates the students and is very proud of them. Academics: Harleigh Peck, Robert Sangvic, Annie Ricks, Khyla Jones, Dakota Bergemann, Kacie Visconti, Ryah Taylor, Caitlin Nowell, Adaesia Hollis, Jeffrey Craig, Heather Valdez, Kallie Woods,…

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Community service, charitable acts set Soldier apart

Posted May 31, 2012 by Story and photo by Sgt. Kelvin Ringold

There are a lot of negative things going on in the world today — so much so that people are often fixated with the negative aspects, and they forget all about the positive ones.

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New school students here need not go it alone

Posted August 23, 2012 by Story and photos by Beth Bellizzi

Moving to a new post provides military families the opportunity to explore another part of the country or the world, to meet new friends, and to advance professional development. But there is one segment of the military population who often view moving as a cause for concern — students.

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Sierra Vista performs annual street maintenance

Posted October 4, 2012 by

City of Sierra Vista Between Monday and Oct. 12, the City of Sierra Vista will begin applying a rubberized chip seal on some streets within the city limits. Residents who will be impacted by the repair work will receive informational flyers 24 to 48 hours prior to the start of the maintenance. The streets receiving…

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Native American culture, history — observed, honored

Posted November 21, 2012 by By Maranda Flynn

Fort Huachuca celebrated Native American Heritage Month at the Thunder Mountain Activity Centre on Nov. 14 with poetry readings, a cultural dance demonstration and a Native American Code Talker presentation.

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When in doubt, call 911

Posted February 1, 2013 by City of Sierra Vista

SIERRA VISTA — The Sierra Vista Police Department has recently received calls from residents regarding medical issues or possible criminal activities. In these cases the residents did not feel it was a “life or death” emergency and waited until normal business hours to call the police. Some of these calls were emergencies and the callers…

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