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Chalk Talk April 26, 2012

Posted April 26, 2012 by Submitted by Jill Peterson

  General Myer Elementary School The 5th grade students are enjoying World drumming in Ms. Gallant’s music class. They are learning about the different countries of Africa, applying polyrhythms to their playing and working as a team — keeping the beat consistent. They hope to show some of their talents at the Talent Show in…

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They ran, rode, raced on Saturday

Posted April 19, 2012 by Photo essay by Sgt. Kelvin Ringold

First-place winner Brandon Nichols finishes the final two-mile portion of the 2-10-2 Duathlon. Nichols finished the event with a time of 53:06.2 taking home the award for first overall male. The 2-10-2 Duathlon included a two-mile run, a 10-mile bicycle race, and then a final, three-mile run.

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Sierra Vista Farmers Market to celebrate Earth Day

Posted April 19, 2012 by

The Sierra Vista Farmers Market will hold its annual Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the northwest corner of Carmichael and Wilcox Streets in Sierra Vista. This event, now in its...

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Chalk Talk April 19, 2012

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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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Easter Sunrise brings sense of calm to community

Posted April 12, 2012 by Story and photo by Natalie Lakosil

As the sun began to illuminate the sky and warm the crisp spring air, more than 150 people sat in silence as they listened to a sermon that seemed to touch many of them personally. The Easter Sunrise sermon, “The Big Rocks of Life,” by Chaplain (Col.) Daniel Minjares, Network Enterprise…

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Delaney to visit TRADOC schools, centers for PTSD outreach sessions

Posted April 12, 2012 by Scout Reports

Bob Delaney has been dealing with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder since his work as an undercover officer infiltrating the Mafia while serving as a New Jersey State Trooper. Also a retired National Basketball Association referee who officiated more than 1,700 regular season games, 160 playoff contests, and nine finals, Delaney is sponsored by the ”NBA Cares”…

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Trail cameras now operating on fort

Posted April 12, 2012 by By Amy Sunseri

Surveillance cameras are now being set up across Fort Huachuca to monitor the illegal feeding of wildlife on post. Recently an officer in the Grierson Housing Area found a feeding station hidden behind a large pine tree. The food included fresh apples, oranges and grapefruit. The officer saw signs of javelina and deer at the…

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Fort Huachuca Exchange committed to offering best prices on or offline

Posted April 12, 2012 by Army & Air Force Exchange Service

According to a recent article in “PC World,” more than half of U.S. adult mobile phone owners used a handset for shopping assistance while in stores during the 2011 holiday season. Additionally, a quarter of these shoppers went online to see if they could find a better price for a product they were considering buying….

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Look ‘behind scenes’ at SV public library

Posted April 12, 2012 by By Victoria Yarbrough

Have you ever wondered how a book actually gets onto the shelf at your library? Chances are you haven’t, so we want to give you a look at what happens “behind the scenes” at the Sierra Vista Public Library! The process of selecting books for the library can be complex, but essentially staff looks to…

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You don’t always have to color within lines

Posted April 12, 2012 by Story and photos by Natalie Lakosil

“The kids come in here and know that no one is judging them. They don’t have to do it for a grade. They don’t have to do it the way we tell them because art is kind of free; you can make it what you want it to be. You don’t have to color in…

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