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Naco Inspires A TV Series

July 15, 2016
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Gustavo Loza, a successful television producer and director of Mexican comedies, including Los Heroes Del Norte, has created a new TV series based on families and friends living on both sides of the border in Naco Sonora and Arizona. "It's a dramedy that tells us about the lives of two best friends since childhood. One lives in Naco, Sonora and the other in Naco, Arizona, divided by the fence. Twenty years later they meet again and decide to start an adventure tour and travel agency which is nothing more than a business to cross migrants," he said about the plot.
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Sierra Vista, Cochise County and the City of Bisbee Brace Against Public Corruption Charges for 2016

January 24, 2016
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Sierra Vista, Cochise County and the City of Bisbee are bracing for a series of lawsuits and charges of public corruption, that are being investigated by several federal and state agencies. Former Bisbee Mayor Adriana Badal and Bisbee City Council member, Serena Sullivan are defending themselves in a defamation lawsuit...
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Freeport-McMoRan Flirts With Bankruptcy

January 22, 2016
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Anyone who watches the fortunes of Bisbee has to monitor Freeport-McMoRan, the conglomerate that absorbed Phelps Dodge in 2007. Now the debt gambling giant is stumbling towards bankruptcy. The New York Times blames the oil slump for the spending spree that has forced Bisbee's corporate lords to begin selling off...
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Good Morning Arizona Visits Bisbee for Field Trip Friday

July 18, 2015
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Phoenix television station 3TV brought their Field Trip Friday to Bisbee, interviewing and taking in the cool vibes that chill both tourists and residents alike.
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First Americana Music Fest USA Comes to Lowell, Arizona

March 5, 2015
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Lowell Arizona comes alive with the first Americana Music Fest USA, on Saturday March 21st, 2015 from 12 noon till 9pm. Proceeds will benefit the historical restoration of Lowell. Motorcycles, cars, art, brews, and food will be on display along with all day music from many local and regional...
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Bisbee Plastic Bag Ban Wins Again

March 5, 2015
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Last Tuesday, City of Bisbee Council Voted 4 to 3 in favor of the ordinance banning plastic bags in the Bisbee city limits. Lots of heat, as our local Tea Party wrangles another loss. Despite the complaints about this being a taxation without represention, the City of Bisbee will continue...
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Bisbee Police Bust Record Marijuana Haul, Discover a Naco Tunnel

February 24, 2015
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The Bisbee Police Department has the largest marijuana seizure in its history, when a traffic stop yielded 4793 bundles of marijuana in a rental truck. According to Chief Ben Reyna, this is the largest in the department's history. The tunnel in Naco is the second major tunnel found in...
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Arizona Governor Places Prisons before Schools in Latest Budget

February 13, 2015
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Arizona Governor Doug Ducey plans to shift money from the schools to private prisons. The Governor's plan would build and pay for a new, 3000 bed private prison complex that will cost the taxpayers tens of millions of dollars over the next decade.
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Why America Loses Wars While Destroying Peace

January 13, 2015
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The United States keeps fighting wars and losing them. A former general makes the case that undeclared wars are perpetual motion machines that are unconstitutional and a threat to democracies and peace.
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Bisbee Film Festival – One People: One Planet Schedule is Up

October 1, 2014
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The Bisbee Film Festival - One People: One Planet is on schedule with ecological films from all over the world.
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Adriana Badal’s Economic Plans for Bisbee – Then and Now

September 26, 2014
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A little over a year ago, Bisbee Mayor Adriana Badal shared her vision for Bisbee's economic future. On July 13th 2013, Mayor Badal spoke at an open forum at the old Bisbee YWCA building. Mayor Badal said that planning for transportation and industry was hard, so she had a...
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Bisbee Plastic Bag Ban Repeal is Tossed from the Ballot

July 23, 2014
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The effort to repeal the Bisbee Plastic Bag Ban was found to have technical errors, and will not be on the ballot. Susan Blackford and her petition gatherers had collected 675 signatures for the repeal to be on the November ballot.
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The Lavender Pit in Bisbee – 1961 Petley Postcard

June 3, 2014
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Bisbee Arizona Lavender Pit in 1961, view from the air. The flotation mill above Lowell is larger than Erie Street and the shops. Trees are much smaller and sparse than in 2014.
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Happy Mother’s Day from Gabby Giffords

May 11, 2014
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Gabby Giffords and her Mom wish you a Happy Mother's Day.
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Songs for the 99% – Bisbee Belugas sing Shady Grove

April 30, 2014
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Songs for the 99% - Bisbee Belugas sing Shady Grove on Earth Day at the Bisbee Farmer's Market.
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The Ladds team with the ACLU regarding loss of Constitutional rights on the border

April 14, 2014
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John Ladd and his family have approached the ACLU regarding the constant violations of Constitutional and property rights that the Border Patrol commit on a daily basis. Here is a video provided courtesy of the ACLU of Arizona.
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Palominas Tea Party activist complains ‘Anti-Mexican’ label kills our border control business

April 4, 2014
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Glenn Spencer, Raw Story

KTVK reported last week that Arizona state Sen. Al Melvin (R) was pushing to purchase $18 million of equipment to build a sonic “virtual fence” from a company owned by American Border Patrol leader Glenn Spencer. The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has classified the American Border Patrol as a...
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Bisbee Mayor Adriana Badal Will Not Run for Re-election

March 20, 2014
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“I will not seek reelection nor run for city council. I promised my family it would be one term.,” she said. “My husband hasn’t retired; he lives in New Mexico and we rarely see each other. I will return to serve as a volunteer on boards or commissions. I...
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Bisbee International Film Festival Welcomes Submissions

March 14, 2014
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The first Bisbee International Film Festival is online and almost ready to welcome submissions. Bisbee Mayor Adriana Badal has appointed Allison Otto as Project Manager to run the festival, while Mayor Badal will also be the Managing Director... The mission of the Bisbee International Film Festival (BIFF) is to...
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