During the period of pandemic separation, I have not accessorized with any of the earrings or decorative necklaces that I normally would have. Why have I chosen the jewelry that I have worn during this time?
The Patagonia Lumber Company bar features two outside spaces and a small indoor area for relaxing with a drink. Photo by Lynn Davison On October 29, Zander Ault and Heidi […]
PRT contributor Robert Gay has updated a map originally made by Maggie Urgo showing three loop trails off Harshaw Road.
“I see the rings!” yelled my friend. Even in the darkness his face was glowing, in awe of something he’d seen countless times in magazines, but never through a telescope.
The Patagonia Public Library and Patagonia Creative Arts Association (PCAA) have been selected to receive a 2021-2022 National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Big Read grant. The $5,350.00 grant awarded […]
Several PUHS athletes were recognized by the Arizona Interscholastic Association. From left: Alec Escoboza (1A All-Conference Honorable Mention, First Team Team All-Region Soccer), Diego Carranza (1A Second Team Team All-Region Soccer), […]
News from the Patagonia Library.
Silversmith Byrd Moss demonstrates his craft at the Empire Ranch Cowboy Festival. Photo by Chris Leon The historic Empire Ranch came alive again for the 20th Empire Ranch Cowboy Festival […]
Judge Concepcion Bracamonte swears in new Town of Patagonia Attorney and Prosecutor Enrique Gonzales, Jr. Gonzales is an attorney from Nogales. His father was the Town Attorney in the 1990s. Photo by […]
Patagonia native Link Selby’s short feature film “Pueblo Magico” debuted at events in Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora on the same night.