Veterans Day was observed at two local events this year, one at the Elgin School and the other at the Patagonia Cemetery.
Fondly known as the ‘eggnog party,’ the Christmas Eve celebration at the Rail X Ranch was more than a tradition, it was a ‘must do’ annual event.
Terri Basinger Powers got a surprise when she flipped over the 66-year-old postcard of the old Elgin Store she’d purchased for sale on eBay.
About 20 volunteers from the Corner Scoop, the Wellness Center and the Vine Church put the free dinner together at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds. All the food was donated.
We at the PRT are really excited to share our December issue with you. This issue is loaded with important and entertaining news stories. Be sure to read Dottie Farrar’s article on our new teachers, Kat Crockett’s article about the Auditor General’s report to the County and Dave Lumia’s story about a contested development in […]
Press Release The Patagonia Community Garden is partnering with the SeedMoney Challenge grant project to raise money for the garden. We raise money and they give us some matching funds. This is a 30-day fundraising challenge running from November 15 to December 15, and we could really use your support. In addition to keeping 100% of […]
News Release The signs of are all around us. Patagonia is in a new era where ‘change’ is increasing, along with the challenges that come with it. These forces of change can seem big, daunting, and even threatening to our cherished way of life. But we have a superpower! Patagonia’s long legacy of community involvement […]
Photos from the Community Halloween Party at the Sonoita Fairgrounds and the Patagonia Trunk or Treat in the Park.
A 1951 recipe from Crown C Ranch’s Jane Carrington gives insight into our region’s recent past.
It truly is the very ‘end of an era’ down Harshaw way. Here are a few fond memories that have been surfacing over the past few days.