Updates on Saturday Coffee With the Chief, the safety of Elgin Bridge, and recent amendments to the fire code.
A coalition of local nonprofits are planning a history-inspired, 100-foot mural on a house’s wall abutting Richardson Park in Patagonia.
The Patagonia and Sonoita-Elgin fire services both had a busy 2022, and anticipate more of the same in 2023.
She had none of the qualifications for being a writer, but she’s done it anyway: how civil engineer Karen Riggs became author K.C. Riggs.
The Elgin-based Najar Cellars winery is inspired by the vintner Alan Sanchez’s winemaking grandfather—and an underlying philosophy of biodynamic viticulture.
Thirty attendees of the Patagonia Creative Arts Association Summer Art Camp are showing their work.
Chef/owner Jaime Chavez ‘s new eatery is now serving breakfast and brunch daily. The most popular menu item by far is the peach danish.
Julie Rodriguez holds one of her Rhode Island red chickens that she has fitted with radio frequency identification (RFID) bands. Julie Rodriguez, 8th grade student at the Elgin School, won two awards at SARSEF, Southern Arizona Regional Science and Engineering Fair held in Tucson on March 5. She was given the First Place Middle School […]
Brooke Lowry Ide has opened Vino Stache Winery, encouraged by local vineyard owners and mentors. “These are my people, my tribe,” she says.
Longtime Patagonia arts advocate Molly Phinny passes the Arts Center building on to the active local arts nonprofit.