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New 35Q course offered at Fort Huachuca NCOA

Posted August 22, 2014 by Gabrielle Kuholski

The new Cryptologic Network Warfare Analyst Advanced Leader Course, ALC, resumed its second cycle of classes this month at the Noncommissioned Officer Academy, NCOA. The 288-hour, small group-led ALC prepares noncommissioned officers to assume supervisory roles in cyber analysis and operation elements. Upon completion, Soldiers should be able to apply critical thinking while supervising and…

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Sierra Vista receives “Purple Heart City” designation

Posted November 7, 2014 by City of Sierra Vista

Sierra Vista became the second official Purple Heart City in Arizona on Oct. 23, when City Council passed a resolution and Mayor Frederick Mueller made an official proclamation recognizing the personal sacrifice and valor Purple Heart recipients have made for our nation. “We’re pleased to be a Purple Heart City,” Mueller says. “The City of…

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Night of Extraordinary Lights brings FH, community together

Posted December 19, 2014 by

From left, Michelle, Mark and Brianna Davis, sit at their booth for Shellana Precious Gems at the Night of Extraordinary Lights on Brown Parade Field on Fort Huachuca Dec. 12. The Davis family was among several crafts vendors who sold items during the event.   Families and children skate around the ice-skating rink set up…

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Chalk Talk April 12, 2012

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Colonel Smith Middle School Young thespians perform in school play By Andrea Weigle After several weeks of practice, the Colonel Smith Middle School Drama Club recently staged a production of “Romeo and Julie,” a play by Bill Comeau very loosely based on William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” Under the direction of Phyllis Gerben, the sixth-,…

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News Briefs May 24, 2012

Posted May 24, 2012 by anradmin

Increased fire danger leads to fire restrictions In conjunction with the Coronado National Forest, Sierra Vista District, the Fort Huachuca fire danger level is now “Very High.” No open fires and no smoking outside vehicles are permitted in all Fort Huachuca canyons and mountains. All smoking materials must be extinguished in vehicle ashtrays. Do not…

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They’re baaack! Drive safely

Posted August 9, 2012 by Photo by Beth Bellizzi

Drivers should heed posted limits, be especially careful when passing pedestrians and give right-of-way to foot traffic, especially to people...

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Free entry into Chiricahua National Monument, public lands on National Public Lands Day

Posted September 27, 2012 by National Park Service

Chiricahua National Monument will waive entrance fees on Saturday in recognition of National Public Lands Day. National Park Service Director Jon Jarvis announced that all 397 national park sites will offer free entry in an effort to encourage individuals, families and communities to reconnect with nature and explore America’s great outdoors. National Public Lands Day…

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Mt. Lemmon provides fall, winter feel

Posted November 29, 2012 by Maranda Flynn

While Arizona is known for its beautiful weather and longer summers, autumn brings the desire of the smell of brisk air and and color of leaves changing in the trees. Taking a one-day jaunt to Mt. Lemmon satisfied that craving.

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Chalk Talk – February 8, 2013

Posted February 8, 2013 by Shuronia Lindo

General Myer Elementary School Physical education teacher and coach, Mr. Vaznonis, is proud to announce that the students who participate in the voluntary Myer School Running Club have achieved over 3,000 miles. These students have run the equivalent of crossing the United States and are now on their way back. Congratulations to the students and…

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Military Brats: Then and Now

Posted April 12, 2013 by

While the term “military brat” may seem derogatory to some, many embrace the term, seeing it as a term of endearment and respect. As a child of a Soldier, the term “Little Traveler” was used in literature dating back to 1811. The modern acronym for today’s military brat is Born, Raised and Trained.

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