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Bisbee Mayor Adriana Badal Will Not Run for Re-election

March 20, 2014
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Bisbee Mayor

“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 will be available for a...
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Bisbee International Film Festival Welcomes Submissions

March 14, 2014
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bzbfest

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 honor and encourage an appreciation...
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BioTeQ Suspends Bisbee Project – Announces Furlough After Years of Losses

November 10, 2013
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Bioteq in Bisbee

The end of BioTeQ in Bisbee was announced in a Wall Street Journal press release. Copper from a bioreactor was leached by microbes into a commercial concentrate. Lower copper prices impacted the profitability, as damage from summer rains caused a reassessment between the two companies.
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Bisbee City Council Will Rewrite Civil Union Ordinance

April 13, 2013
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Bisbee will rewrite the civil union ordinance, after being threatened by Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne over its constitutionality under Arizona law. According to USA TODAY, Bisbee agreed to rewrite the ordinance rather than be sued by the state.
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Bisbee’s Milestone Week – Civil Unions Approved, Medical Marijuana Now Available

April 4, 2013
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Green Farmacy Opens

The Bisbee City Council approved a civil union ordinance for partners this week, and the first medical marijuana dispensary opened on Naco Highway.
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Bisbee Events and Celebrations

October 18, 2012
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B Hill in Bisbee, Arizona

Bisbee almost always has lots of events, celebrations and music. Where wobblies, hippies and ne'er-do-wells celebrate workers and slackers alike.
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Brian Terry Memorial Act Renames Naco Border Patrol Station

May 15, 2012
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Brian Terry CBS

President Barack Obama signed the Brian Terry Memorial Act, which will rename the Border Patrol Station in the Bisbee area in honor of the slain agent. Brian Terry was murdered over a year ago, with an assault rifle that was part of the infamous "Fast and Furious" gunwalking cases, where ATF and FBI agents documented...
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Bisbee and Naco Raided in Drug Bust

February 2, 2012
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Naco suspects

Bisbee and Naco area residents were arrested on warrants during the last 48 hours, on indictments for trafficking marijuana. Nine homes in Naco, Bisbee and Sierra Vista were raided, and several arrests were made. KVOA leads with a lurid, hyperbolic headline: Feds take down members of a violent drug cartel. What they mean is that...
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Bisbee Bans Disposable Shopping Bags

December 8, 2011
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By unanimous decision, the Bisbee City Council became the first city in the state of Arizona to ban single use shopping bags. The ban will be voluntary, before being reviewed by the City Manager. Five cent fees for the use of disposable fees may soon be charged in the larger retail stores, followed by...
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Bisbee Deportation Planned at Masonic Hall with Lawmen and Businessmen Targeting Wobblies

November 18, 2011
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The IWW is Coming

Once upon a time in Bisbee, miners and sympathizers were forcibly evicted by a conspiracy of lawmen, businessmen and “good Masons” who met and planned the violent deportation at the Masonic Hall, which is now the Bisbee Mining and Historical Society.
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