BENSON – The list of recognitions just keeps rolling in for Benson High School.
BENSON — Looking at ways to raise money for Benson Middle School for promotion of student and academic recognition, a school-wide collaborative effort has resulted in BMS’ Spring Festival set for Wednesday.
ST. DAVID — Now that the community has weighed in, the ball now bounces into the St. David School Governing Board’s court regarding potential transition to a four-day school week.
BENSON — Tents dotted Lions Park Friday and Saturday while vendors and motorcycles lined the parking lot for Benson’s first Ironhorse BMX Motorcycle Rally.
BENSON – The accolades and accomplishments just keep rolling in for Benson Schools.
ST. DAVID — Off to the Windy City.
BENSON — Two individuals and one team led the Benson High School’s Family, Career & Community Leaders of America delegation with Sarah Pethic earning gold in the 2015 State Leadership Conference in Tucson.
Rebecca Shurtz has been named San Pedro Valley High School’s Student of the Month for March.
SIERRA VISTA —Two southeast Arizona high school students, Noah Bell and St. David High School’s Emma Judd are advancing to compete in the 2015 International Science and Engineering Fair as a result of their being named grand prize winners in the 9-12 division of the 2015 Youth Engineering and Science (YES) Fair.
Friends, the community and follow VICaP volunteers and board members were on hand Sunday in honor of Judy Wise-Ray, the Benson program’s volunteer coordinator of the past 10 years in a touching and heartfelt tribute held at Community Presbyterian Church in Benson.
Christian Frazier and Celeste Borcello were crowned Benson High School Prom King and Queen on Saturday.
Pictured, from left, Marcus Lehmann (father), Kara, and Rotarian Rosemarie Detweiler. [Photo Courtesy Benson Rotary].
Board members of Helping Hands at Cochise Terrace on Monday donated $4,000 to Leisa Cotten for the Cochise County Senior Meals Program. Pictured, from left, Lynne Flower, Cotten, Pat Bale, Julie Kessler and Eileen Holmquist.
2015 State Academic Decathlon champion: Back row, from left, Coach Gabrielle Giltner, Katherine Trepanier, Chelsey Berryhill: Middle: Samantha Fortner, Maria Galloway-Sprietsma, Christian Portney. Front: Hana Smith and Alli Prescott.
BirthJaylynn Noelle RossThe birth of Jaylynn Noelle creates the fifth generation of this family. Edie Rynells is the eldest born Feb. 24, 1925, with, from left, Rama Burdette born March 14, 1953; Candice Blackett born July 26, 1980; newest addition, Jaylynn Noelle Ross born Jan 19, 2015; and Kimberly Ross born Sept. 29, 1997.
Randy Duerinck is the Benson Rotary Student of the Month for January.Duerinck, a freshman, received the award for best exemplifying the character trait of “encouraging.” According to the Rotary announcement, “Randy comes to classes with a very positive attitude; he is always helpful to his peers when he can and is an overall very caring and encouraging student.” Pictured, from left, Julie Long, Randy’s mom, Randy and Rotarian Rosemarie Detweiler.
Bernie Buffone heads toward I-10 out of Denny's in Benson to continue his cross-country ride to raise money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
From left, Dorothy Cole works on a neck pillow while Darlene Hitchock stitches a lap robe at the VFW Tuesday during a monthly meeting where volunteers make lap robes and pillows for veterans hospitalized at the VA Hospital in Tucson.