Meet Gail and Richard Jauck and their thriving herd of San Clemente Island goats.
Continuing the history of the ECC, begun in the last issue. It’s now 1938, and the clubhouse needs a fireplace…
New funding from the state over the next three years will pay for a host of initiatives. Local educators are thrilled.
Each year has been getting hot and dry earlier. This year we face another elevated threat due to fuel loading from last summer’s rains. Here’s what we can do as a community to increase our chances of surviving a firestorm this summer.
1,800 acres in the Sonoita Creek Wildlife Corridor will be kept in its undeveloped state.
South 32 manipulated the Board of Supervisors to confer a demonstrable advantage to mining interests over community well-being.
Notes from the April 13 and 27 Patagonia Town Council meetings.
Representatives of South32, and its subsidiary Arizona Mining Inc (AMI), responded to a list of 32 questions submitted by a group of 15 residents, including this reporter, concerning the proposed […]
A restored Blüthner grand piano now sits at the Benderly-Kendall Opera House.
Remediation at the Morning Glory Mine site included encapsulation of the old tailings. Red Mountain can be seen in the distance. Photo by Robert Gay During the mid-1960s, mining production […]