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Keep your pulse on the greater Sierra Vista area and Cochise County with top news, sports, events and more. The Daily Chirp from Herald/Review Media will keep you engaged and informed of the flutterings around the Hummingbird Capital of the United States.

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Keep your pulse on the greater Sierra Vista area and Cochise County with top news, sports, events and more. The Daily Chirp from Herald/Review Media will keep you engaged and informed of the flutterings around the Hummingbird Capital of the United States.

https://www.myheraldreview.com/

Check out our sponsors!

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Benson Hospital

Prestige Assisted Living

    How the City Beautiful plan is still inspiring change; Walmart hosted grand reopening in Benson; Remembering Teresa Lopez Tapia

    How the City Beautiful plan is still inspiring change; Walmart hosted grand reopening in Benson; Remembering Teresa Lopez Tapia

    Today - Thanks to the Bisbee Community Foundation, an $8,900 informational kiosk noting the City Beautiful plan that gave rise to the Warren District and its many historic sites will be installed in Vista Park in the near future.

    Next, Walmart hosted the grand reopening of its newly remodeled Benson store Friday morning. Customers, store associates and department team leaders gathered in front of Walmart for the singing of the national anthem by Lisi Harris and a brief presentation by store manager Scott Olson.

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    Adopt-A-Soldier is back for Thanksgiving this year; What does the holiday mean to you?; Remembering Donald Fortman

    Adopt-A-Soldier is back for Thanksgiving this year; What does the holiday mean to you?; Remembering Donald Fortman

    Today - After COVID-19 did away with Adopt-A-Soldier last year, Tuesday’s event where families were paired with the soldiers they’ll have over for Thanksgiving Day festivities was filled with more excitement and anticipation than waiting for the turkey to come out of the oven.

    We'll also be sharing what Thanksgiving means to a few of our neighbors.

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    • 10 min
    Bisbee Fire Department modifies food drives; Sierra Vista Community Chorus rings in holiday season; Remembering Francisco Escarcega

    Bisbee Fire Department modifies food drives; Sierra Vista Community Chorus rings in holiday season; Remembering Francisco Escarcega

    Today - for over half a century, at least, the Bisbee Fire Department has held food drives to be sure everyone had something for their tables on Thanksgiving Day. But last year, due to the pandemic, the department didn’t hold the drive. This year, they’ve decided to keep people in their cars so there would be as little up-close contact with people as possible.

    Also, every year the Sierra Vista Community Chorus rings in the holiday season with the joyous gift of music. And like the Bisbee Fire department Thanksgiving food drive, their Christmas production and other shows in 2020 because of covid. But the all-volunteer chorus is now performing again by kicking off with a Christmas Concert on Dec. 3.

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    • 9 min
    Celebrating the holidays in Cochise County amid COVID surge; Buena wrestling team grows; Remembering Efrain Brown

    Celebrating the holidays in Cochise County amid COVID surge; Buena wrestling team grows; Remembering Efrain Brown

    Today - With COVID-19 case numbers and hospitalizations on the rise in the county, questions arise as to how to celebrate the holidays during the pandemic’s continuing wake. Dr. Alicia Thompson, Director of Cochise County Health & Social Services says we’re in a surge - our case numbers continue to go up in Cochise County.

    Also, after sending eight wrestlers to state last year, the Buena Colts are ready for their encore act. Buena opens its season on Dec 1 when the Colts travel to Ironwood Ridge High School for a triangular match which will also include Canyon Del Oro and Sahuarita.

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    Redistricting Advisory Commission votes to keep existing boundaries; Expansion of West End Project; Remembering Tari Jo Schmitt

    Redistricting Advisory Commission votes to keep existing boundaries; Expansion of West End Project; Remembering Tari Jo Schmitt

    Today -  the county Redistricting Advisory Commission listened to the comments made at the public hearings and voted to retain the existing supervisors’ district boundaries and recommended approval to the Board of Supervisors.

    Also, the Sierra Vista City Council unanimously voted 6-0 for the resolution that would allow for the expansion of the redevelopment area for the West End project.  Director of Community Development, Matthew McLachlan said that the West End not only has historic significance but also greatly contributes to our civic identity as a gateway district to our community.

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    • 11 min
    Supervisors interview candidates to replace Rep. Nutt; Rebecca Orozco to speak about Camp Naco; Remembering Darold Gardina

    Supervisors interview candidates to replace Rep. Nutt; Rebecca Orozco to speak about Camp Naco; Remembering Darold Gardina

    Today - With the resignation of former state Representative Becky Nutt, the county Board of Supervisors has the responsibility to appoint a new person to finish her term. The process began on Tuesday with a question and answer interview session.

    Also, Cochise College Faculty Emeritus Rebecca Orozco will speak about the unique role that Camp Naco played during the Mexican Revolution on Saturday at the Douglas-Williams House Museum.

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