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Sep 26, 2014 • Willcox Range News
The eighth annual Cochise College Pit Fire Festival is from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9 at the Cochise College Douglas Campus. This event features a large-scale pit firing of more than 1,000 ceramic works, accompanied by local sounds, flavors, vendors ... More

President's Corner: Remembering college's first president

Oct 16, 2014 • Douglas Daily Dispatch
However, the first two Cochise College presidents shared in the opportunities and challenges typically reserved for one individual. One broke ground; the other opened the doors. Arizona's first university opened nearly 80 years prior to Cochise College ... More

Pit Fire Festival brings artists, sounds, flavors to Douglas on Oct. 9

Oct 3, 2014 • Cochise News
The eighth annual Pit Fire Festival, featuring a large-scale pit firing of more than 1,000 ceramic works alongside a wide array of performing artists, is from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9, on the Cochise College Douglas Campus. The free event ... More

Pit Fire lights up night sky

Oct 15, 2014 • Douglas Daily Dispatch
There was food, fireworks, flaming arrows, fire dancers and the ever impressive massive pit fire that attracted thousands of people to the Cochise College Douglas campus last Thursday evening for the ninth annual Cochise College Art Department Pit Fire ... More

CCF to award more than $57000 on Oct. 2

Sep 24, 2014 • Willcox Range News
The event will take place at 3 p.m. in the Student Union Community Room on the Sierra Vista Campus of Cochise College. The Northern Cochise Community Fund and Douglas Area Community Fund also contribute to the event. ... Care for the Horses, City of ... More

Community foundation honors volunteers, awards grants

Oct 4, 2014 • Sierra Vista Herald Members of the Cochise Community Foundation chat with one of the grant awardees, Horse'n Around Rescue, before Thursday's grants presentation and celebration of nonprofit organizations at Cochise College student union in Sierra ... More

MONEY: Carreira: State law limits tax impact

Oct 13, 2014 • Sierra Vista Herald
Article 9, Section 18, of the Arizona Constitution reads, “The maximum amount of ad valorem taxes that may be collected from residential property in any tax year shall not exceed one per cent” of its limited value. It's termed 'limited' value because ... More

Lindemann honored at council meeting

Sep 17, 2014 • Douglas Daily Dispatch
14-1041, authorizing the Douglas Police Department to accept a $20,000 grant and to enter into an agreement with the state of Arizona Governor's Office of Highway Safety for a reimbursable grant to pay for personnel overtime expenses and employee ... More

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