For local musicians and music lovers, and others just looking for a friendly place to casually socialize, the Patagonia Lumber Company cafe/bar has become the place to be.
Sue Bergier’s nonprofit rescues and fosters dogs no one wants. “You have to put your heart in it, trying to help discarded animals,” she says.
A poem by Patra Kelly, with artwork by Rhonda Brew.
The wild bird that helped bring the PRT into existence in 2009 died recently at age 17. Here is a tribute to the raven that brought people together.
Community organizations that feed and support families are desperately trying to make their budget dollars stretch.
The number of lunches served to local seniors has declined radically now that “grab-and-go” is no longer an option.
Rhonda Brew, well known in Patagonia and Sonoita for her sign painting and art, is recovering in a rehabilitation center from a stroke.
Barry Muehe and Annie Sager opened Red Mountain Foods in 1981, moving to their new location in 2011. Photo by Marion Vendituoli When Barry Muehe and Annie Sager came to Patagonia in 1981 to visit friends, they could not have known that they would end up spending the next 40 years owning and running the successful […]
The mission of Senior Citizens of Patagonia, incorporated in November 1989, is to provide hot and nutritious meals five days a week to senior citizens and people with disabilities who live in the Patagonia, Sonoita, Elgin and Canelo districts, and to provide transportation to medical and dental visits. All its services are on a donation […]