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 […]
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 […]
COVID-19 overturned many of our ways and habits of doing and thinking, replacing them with new practices, protocols and polarizations. The PRT asked community members what they had learned over […]
Introducing the writers who regularly contribute articles and columns to the Patagonia Regional Times. Look for more profiles in upcoming issues. Francesca Claverie Hello, my name is Francesca Claverie and […]
Artwork by Rhonda Brew Upside down is another way to see, all the edges are blurred, lines of separation gone between outside and inside, above and beneath. Suddenly my attention […]