Douglas Local Archive
Local News Stories
- AZ Public Media: Cochise County, more space may slow coronavirus spread, but presents a challenge for care
- Fox: Gov. Ducey announces electric utility relief agreement for Arizona residents
- Dispatch: Second COVID-19 case confirmed in Cochise County
- Arizona Public Media: In Cochise County, more space may slow coronavirus spread, but presents a challenge for care
- AZ Jewish Post: Bus tour will examine Douglas history
- Washington Post: Where Trump border wall rises, these ranchers see defeat
- AZ Central: 3 Arizona cities are among the worst U.S. cities to live, according to an online ranking. Here's why
- Untold Arizona: DouglaPrieta Co-op Empowers Women, Keeps Families Together
- Dispatch: Released documents show environmental concerns as wall construction begins
- Douglas Dispatch: City Sewage Connections begin in Bay Acres
- U.S. News: Suit over border patrol detention conditions goes to trial
- KJZZ: In Cochise County, residents with serious mental illness often end up in jail
- Press Release: Mining company begins polarization survey in Cochise County
- Dispatch: Stevenson Elementary given A grade by ADE
- Video: Border Patrol destroying endangered species habitat
- Police: Douglas residents advised to avoid "unnecessary" travel to Agua Prieta
- AZPM: Douglas is turning to tourism for an economic boost
- KVOA: Lockdown lifted at Douglas High School
- ABC: Two Earthquakes Registered near Douglas
- Douglas Will Enchant You with Tales of Its Mining and Ranching Past.
- AZ Central: Protesters in Mexico block lanes at Arizona border crossing to demand stricter coronavirus screenings
- Politico: Pentagon sends more troops to the border ahead of SCOTUS decision
- The Atlantic: The Hidden Crisis in Rural America
- ProPublica: A Group of Agents Rose Through the Ranks to Lead the Border Patrol. They’re Leaving It in Crisis.
- Phoenix Times: Arizona Quietly Sells 16,810 Acres to Freeport-McMoRan for Mining Waste
- AZ Central: Megafarms and deeper wells are draining the water beneath rural Arizona – quietly, irreversibly
- NPR: Jury acquits aid worker accused of helping border-crossing migrants in AZ
- ProPublica: Pharmaceutical Companies Luring Mexicans Across the Border
- Politico: Big Brother on the U.S. Border?
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