Patagonia’s volunteer fire department has been riven with accusations of sexism and disputes over a Board election in recent months, leading to several resignations and concerns about its future.
Most larger wineries process their own wines, but for some, a custom crush facility like Elgin’s Deep Sky Vineyard makes economic sense. Here’s a look at Deep Sky’s winemaking process.
Tom and Teresa Messier are relocating their winery, named for an ancient Greek myth, from Willcox to Sonoita.
As Nick Dekhtyar prepares for his move to New York to study physics at Columbia, he thinks back on his experiences at Elgin School and PUHS.
Elizabeth (Lizzy) Urias reflects on her education and upbringing in Patagonia—and looks ahead to studying ultrasonography at Newman University in Kansas.
Wildfire preparation makes a difference, says SEFD Chief Marc Meredith. Here’s how you can do your part.
Thomas Botz is fulfilling his service mission with the Mormon Church by volunteering at local nonprofits.
Patagonia Volunteer Fire & Rescue’s new 20-ton, custom-built $390,000 fire engine has arrived and is already in use. It’s outfitted with state-of-the-art special features.
Textile artist and dyer Porfirio Gutierrez’s trunk show was a smash success, as were his talks discussing his technique and the artform’s cultural history. “It was a gift to us to have him out here,” said organizer Jeanne Peterson.
A March 18 community event to help Sonoita Vineyards recover from damage caused by the Longview Fire was a huge success. “I feel so blessed to live here,” said co-owner