In past lives Kat Cudney was a singer, barmaid and stuntwoman. Now she’s an award-winning artist who’s landed on her feet in a popular new studio/gallery space in Patagonia.
Michael and Dan McGuire’s new business uses goats and sheep to clear fuel loads from landscapes.
Tami Cubillas and Angela Brown, two teachers who have made a difference in the lives of their students over the years, are leaving Elgin School.
The community welcomed back this yearly celebration of fast horses, fancy hats, mint juleps, and live streaming of the Kentucky Derby.
Meet Gail and Richard Jauck and their thriving herd of San Clemente Island goats.
Sonoita Fairgrounds Manager Lacy Beyer successfully applied for federal and state grants totaling $1,157,379 to help fund racing and the county fair. Photo by Marion Vendituoli This March has brought some welcome news to the Santa Cruz County Fair and Rodeo Association (SCCFRA).The organization was awarded two grants, totaling $1,157,379. One grant, for $139,379, was […]
The lot at Steven Wright’s recently opened auto repair business is always full. “If you do people right, be truthful and honest, the business grows itself,” he says.
Sonoita newcomer Jessica Rubin is set up to offer mobile care for both large and small animals. “As a Christian, my goal is to serve the community doing good medicine at a reasonable price,” she says.
Mickey Ginsburg, the oldest working pharmacy owner in Arizona, has retired after 69 years in the profession.
Three local thrift shops look forward to helping the community provide gifts for this holiday season with quality recycled products.