Over the last year, customers of the Sonoita Valley Water Company have been dealing with water shortages, low water pressure and leaking lines. Now they’re facing a doubling of their rates, too.
The Sonoita Races drew 1,751 racegoers and 60 volunteers across one weekend last month. But three accidents cast a pall on racing on Sunday, and officials worry that the sport’s waning popularity means county racing might not survive.
Approximately 35 people gathered at the Patagonia Cemetery on May 29 for a flag raising ceremony organized by Murphy Musick.
As the Biden Administration accelerated the permitting process for the Hermosa project, Patagonia Vice Mayor Michael Stabile said he was “shocked” by South32’s new projections of mine-related traffic impacts and concerned by its plans for dewatering.
The $1.66 million budget reflects an increase in expenses and revenues, and no change in the district’s tax rate.
Author Tom Zoellner’s hike across Arizona gives him a chance to explore the social, cultural, environmental, and political history of Arizona — including Patagonia and the Canelo Hills.
A recent attempt at revising the County zoning code is an example of overreach by County officials and the importance of public participation in the County’s meetings.
It takes a community to fight a fire, and afterwards, to help those who’ve suffered. Also: be sure to call the right number when you’ve spotted flames.
In January 1948, the property owners of Patagonia voted (76 to 6) for incorporation at a special election. In February 1948, the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors appointed Leland Wilson, William Waggoner, Frank Lamma, R C Blabon and Charles Mapes as the first aldermen for the newly incorporated city of Patagonia. The Board elected […]
Chip Fears, Bekki Jaynes and Jennifer Riehl bring a wealth of experience to the PRT.