The Patagonia Public Schools have experienced an increase in COVID19 cases this fall, as would be expected with the increased exposure of in-person learning this fall. “We’ve come close to […]
A possible funding crisis is looming for Arizona public schools this spring.
As 2021 winds down, we at the PRT have been reflecting on our roots. We believe that Walter Andrew and Donna Reibslager would be so pleased with how far their paper […]
The PRT encourages everyone in our community to get help avoid additional costs and delays in getting broadband to the school and our children.
It is heartbreaking to imagine the multigenerational and tri-national culture here in Patagonia being erased.
Madison Vines accepts her award for her first place winning poem in the PRT Poetry contest. (From left: Cassina Farley, PCAA Director, Madison Vines, PRT Board President Jac Heiss. Photo […]
Location, sunlight, pot drainage, fertilizer, pest control: everything you need to know to help your plants thrive.
The Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission (AIRC) will have held its final draft map public meeting on Dec. 4, at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel in Tucson. Seven final decision-making meetings are […]
A short biography of the s10th-century settler that that Gardner Canyon is named after. His was an eventful life.
Our summer rains were well-spaced and deep reaching. But yesterday’s green carpets and walls of vegetation are tomorrow’s fire hazards. What to do?