An FBI Special Agent filed a complaint in US District Court on January 28, 2022, against Luis Manuel Flores, an alleged bribery intermediary, stating he intentionally conspired with “Person A” […]
The Patagonia Regional Times is aware that in this unprecedented environment our readers are looking for up-to-date and reliable information regarding the coronavirus pandemic. As part of our commitment to […]
Collecting stones, for me anyway, is a chance to marvel at the way that this stardust has come to settle for the time being.
It’s not always best to put too much faith in any one thing, but this is what I’m doing with the Webb.
Anyone may monitor their yard or property for wildlife with FotoFauna kits, now available for checkout from the Patagonia Library.
The town of Crittenden was created around 1882 when the New Mexico & Arizona railroad established a stop to serve the mines. This is the first in a series about the community and its most prominent residents.
The 2022 SCCFRA Board of Directors: From left: Aaron Thomas, Dave Shaffer, Bryce Wright, Lori Johnson, Ed Gaines, Paul Brosseit, Harry Dotson, Doug Van Epps. Missing from the photo – Nick Robbs. […]
Ian Tomlinson pauses while working in the corrals at the Vera Earl Ranch. Photo by Marion Vendituoli News release In September 2021, the Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies awarded […]
Rhonda Brew, well known in Patagonia and Sonoita for her sign painting and art, is recovering in a rehabilitation center from a stroke.
Sonoita newcomer Jessica Rubin is set up to offer mobile care for both large and small animals. “As a Christian, my goal is to serve the community doing good medicine at a reasonable price,” she says.