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Posted February 28, 2014 by

General Myer Elementary School All General Myer Elementary School students participated in the Black Inventors Exhibit. Amy Wolfe’s fifth grade class has studied Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., civil rights and Malcolm X. In Amy Wolfe’s reading groups, students are preparing for the Movie Trailer Red Carpet Premier for the literature circles. Students were broken…

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FH celebrates Easter with Sunrise Service, children’s egg hunt

Posted April 25, 2014 by Gabrielle Kuholski

Gabrielle Kuholski Eden Hillman, 2, places plastic eggs in her basket during the Main Post Chapel’s Easter Egg Hunt Sunday. Hundreds of eggs containing candy and other prizes filled the Main Post Chapel’s courtyard. The Religious Support and an estimated crowd of 400 celebrated Easter on Sunday with a 6:30 a.m. sunrise service on Fort…

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Huachuca Mountains are home to bobcats

Posted July 11, 2014 by Ron Mattson

A bobcat explores the rocks in Garden Canyon near the Pictograph Site Sunday evening. These medium-sized cats weigh 15 to 35 pounds with an average adult length of 2 to 4 feet according the Arizona Game and Fish Department website, http://www.azgfd.gov/w_c/urban_bobcat.shtml. Bobcats have whitish undersides and have pointed ears with end-tufts. Their short tails, about…

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Chalk Talk

Posted September 19, 2014 by Sherry Avery

From left, Peer Mediators at General Myer Elementary School work on their tie-dyed shirts for peer mediation. Pictured are fifth grade peer mediators Haylie Weakland, Autumn Wilson, Ashari Brown, Lilliana Perez,. Gary Nieves, Anthony Hudson, all 10, and Peer Mediator guide, Sherry Avery, in the background. General Myer Elementary School Kari Deluna’s fourth grade class…

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Colonel Johnston Elementary School Suzanne Briseno’s first grade class is learning different strategies in math to help them become more fluent in addition and subtraction. They are practicing skip counting by 5s, 10s and 2s. In reading, the students are learning different reading strategies to help them become good readers. They are practicing sight words…

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New home opens for predator drones at Libby Airfield

Posted January 23, 2015 by Maci Hidalgo

Maci Hidalgo Brig. Gen. Edward Maxwell speaks to the attendees during the 214th Reconnaissance Group, 162d Wing, Air National Guard ribbon cutting ceremony at Libby Air Field on Fort Huachuca. Maxwell said the new facility will enhance the Air Guard’s ability to defend the state and the nation. The Arizona Air National Guard 214th Aviation…

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‘Bee-witching’ to watch

Posted March 29, 2012 by Tanja Linton

A honey bee pollinates a California poppy near the Directorate of Emergency Services on Fort Huachuca. As the weather warms up, there are increased sightings of wildlife and colorful flowers on the installation.

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ACS shares news, events

Posted May 10, 2012 by Army Community Service

Army Community Service Volunteers receive thanks for service Army Volunteer Corps Coordinator Tracey Clark extends a big ‘thank you’ to all volunteers and their supporters for attending the Volunteer Ceremony on April 18 to recognize the efforts and dedication that resulted in the thousands of hours submitted for 2011. There are currently 615 active volunteers in…

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News Briefs – July 5, 2012

Posted July 5, 2012 by anradmin

Fire danger level closes canyons These next few weeks are historically the hottest of the year. Based on fuel moisture and indices, the Coronado National Forest, Sierra Vista Ranger District, is at the “Extreme” fire danger level, hence Fort Huachuca also moved its posture to “Extreme.” Therefore all Fort Huachuca Canyons are closed. For more…

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SVPL patrons are invited to visit Café Sierra

Posted September 13, 2012 by Debra Chatham, Library Specialist

The rumors are true! Due to popular demand, Café Sierra, located inside the Sierra Vista Public Library, is once again serving their grilled Panini on Tuesdays through Fridays, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Panini means ‘little breads,’ and one sandwich is a Panino while two or more are Panini. Call Café Sierra, 458.2929, to find…

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