Patagonia residents and members the late Doc Mock’s family gathered Nov. 12 to formally dedicate a new park in his memory.
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 […]
New study suggests strong opportunities for growth in renewable energy, nature-based tourism, and wineries/wine tourism.
Ten interpretive signs on the Smith Canyon Loop Trail will make the Borderlands Wildlife Preserve more welcoming and educational for visitors.
The Patagonia Lumber Company bar features two outside spaces and a small indoor area for relaxing with a drink. Photo by Lynn Davison On October 29, Zander Ault and Heidi […]
Patagonia native Link Selby’s short feature film “Pueblo Magico” debuted at events in Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora on the same night.
The VC’s new location—a vintage Southern Pacific caboose—is scheduled to arrive in the near future.
Crowds visit booths at the 2019 Fall Festival. The Patagonia Fall Festival has morphed over time due to leadership changes and, well, just because it’s Patagonia. The Festival’s roots began […]
Introducing the writers who regularly contribute articles and columns to the Patagonia Regional Times. Look for more profiles in upcoming issues. Kat Crockett My wanderlust began in Hawaii, the second […]
Plans are moving forward on a study of the drivers of the local economy in Santa Cruz County. The Study will look at all the traditional economic sectors and will […]