77-year-old Gilbert Quiroga reminisces about his colorful childhood in Patagonia in the ‘50s and ‘60s.
History Center Gets New Director
Cami Schlappy, of Sonoita, has agreed to take over as historian for the Bowman Stradling History Museum at the Sonoita Fairgrounds, a position held for the past 14 years by Betty Barr.
Learning to Struggle Well
Boulder Crest AZ offers support, training, and respite for veterans and first responders and their families at the former Apache Springs Ranch. Meet the people who make it work.
A History of Winemaking in Sonoita/Elgin, Part 3: The Industry Matures
A look at the robust expansion of winemaking that began around 2002, as new wineries opened their doors and new vineyards started to pop up across Sonoita-Elgin.
Memorial Day 2023: Starting a New Tradition in Patagonia
Approximately 35 people gathered at the Patagonia Cemetery on May 29 for a flag raising ceremony organized by Murphy Musick.
4-H Mustangs Tour Local Sites, Plan Projects
Field trips to Camp Naco and the original Elgin School House imparted a sense of appreciation in members for not only the past, but for the work of conservation and preservation.
Patagonia Community Garden Wants You!!
Are you aware of the treasure we have in our midst? A place of beauty, sanctuary, repose, and organic gardening?
Download the June 2023 Print Edition of the PRT
Click here or on the image below to download the June 2023 edition of the PRT as a PDF.
Voices for Voices Hosts “Celebremos”
Voices For Voices will host “CELEBREMOS!”, a “friend-raiser” for the humanitarian aid group, Voices From The Border, on Saturday, July 8 from 5:30p.m. to 8:30p.m. at Cady Hall in Patagonia.
Sonoita Man Receives Advanced Degree
Christopher James Reindl has been awarded a Master of Science degree in Management Information Systems from The University of Arizona’s Eller College of Business. He had previously earned two bachelors’ […]