The PRT Newsletter for the Week of September 14, 2022 Community Calendar The Patagonia Regional Times is pleased to offer our new Calendar of Community Events on our website. See online form here. Your text, photos and fliers all can be posted on the calendar. Click here to read our guidelines. E-Newsletter We do not post […]
Bill Bergier will be the Grand Marshal for this year’s parade, which starts at 11am. There will be fireworks at dusk.
Marilyn “Mary” Jameson (nee McDonald, Anderson, Cooper) passed away peacefully in her home on April 2, 2022. She was born on May 4, 1945 in Duluth, Minnesota to Arthur and Eleanor McDonald and was preceded in death by her parents, brother John “Jack” McDonald and husbands, Coach Carl Cooper and James Jameson. She is survived […]
Visitors to the South32 open house discuss the proposed route for mine traffic with South32 Community Manager, Melanie Lawson. Photo by Robert Gay The transportation route table drew the most visitors during the Open House hosted by South32 at Patagonia High School on March 24. The event was held to provide information and discussion with […]
Local residents, South32 representatives, and County staff and Supervisors discuss the mining company’s Cross Creek Connector project.
At the meeting of the Santa Cruz County Advisory Panel on the South32 Hermosa Project, held February 16 in Patagonia, Hermosa Project President Pat Risner addressed some of the concerns raised in the community surrounding the announcement of the completion of the Hermosa Project pre-feasibility study (PFS). Commenting on the outcry that ensued after the […]
This Border monument marks the beginning of the AZ Trail. Only about 30 feet of the trail were affected by Border Wall construction during the Trump administration. Photo courtesy Arizona Trail Association. The first mile of the Arizona Trail (AZT), the much loved and well-trodden 800-mile path from Mexico to Utah, was closed in July […]
On January 17, 2022, South32 announced the completion of the pre-feasibility study (PFS) on the Taylor deposit, one of several exploration deposits on their privately owned land in the Patagonia Mountains collectively known as the Hermosa Project. The PFS is an early-stage analysis of a potential mining project, designed to give company stakeholders the basic […]
When 8-year-old Dáyami released a red balloon with her Christmas wish list tied to it in Nogales, Sonora and watched it rise toward the North Pole in 2018, she set off a series of events that would connect two families across the Border and inspire a major toy company to make a movie. Sending Christmas […]
The Patagonia Public Schools have experienced an increase in COVID19 cases this fall, as would be expected with the increased exposure of in-person learning this fall. “We’ve come close to having to go back to distance learning, but we have avoided it by using a ‘pool testing’ system with staff and students,” Patagonia Superintendent Kenny […]