Residents of Rio Rico have begun to experience the same frustration with Santa Cruz County’s Board of Supervisors that we in eastern SCC have been experiencing for years. These Rio Ricans aren’t standing for such treatment.
PRT readers from Patagonia, Sonoita and Rio Rico share their views.
There’s knowledge acquired from experience. And then there’s the knowledge to be gained from the real locals.
The magnitude of South32’s “dewatering” plan for its Hermosa Project is truly terrifying.
Growth and change are a constant. But future growth does not have to destroy what we care about most.
It’s time for citizens across Santa Cruz County to organize and fight for their communities against the negative impacts of South32’s plans. Here’s what to do.
Call me crazy but weird dudes that can make bombs out of Gatorade bottles make me a little nervous.
It is with considerable disappointment that lately I see little evidence of recycling activity in and around Patagonia.
We grosbeaks, chimps and humans sing our endless, bloody song. How come?
The Sonoita Races drew 1,751 racegoers and 60 volunteers across one weekend last month. But three accidents cast a pall on racing on Sunday, and officials worry that the sport’s waning popularity means county racing might not survive.