How to apply for up to $25,000 in forgivable loans, with up to $2,500 for artists. Deadline is Sept. 1.
First responders, roses and roadkill: this month’s letters to the editor from PRT readers.
Notes from the May 11 and May 25 Patagonia Town Council meetings.
Bill Bergier will be the Grand Marshal for this year’s parade, which starts at 11am. There will be fireworks at dusk.
Less than two hours after the fire started on Upper Elgin Road, it had spread eastward and was threatening homes along Mustang Ranch Road. 130 firefighters from the Sonoita-Elgin Fire Department and other agencies answered the call.
Notes from the April 13 and 27 Patagonia Town Council meetings.
South32 and the Supervisors, the joy of the Santa Cruz Singers, and “the Prius Factor”: this month’s letters to the editor from PRT readers.
March 9 The Mayor mentioned the practice of having committee reports in “the white book” that’s available to the pubic before meetings at the sign-in table. The meeting began with […]
News Release The Elgin/Sonoita/Patagonia public pool is alive and well. We have, unfortunately lost two notable pool participants, Cuffy Crabbe, who regularly cannon-balled into water aerobics and Judy Starbuck, 96, […]
News Release The Mountain Empire Rotary (MER) started 2022 with a bang, hosting a recycling and shredding event Jan.15 in Sonoita. Many thanks to all residents who turned out for […]