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BISBEE — U.S Fish and Wildlife (FWS) determined there will be no significant impact on endangered species, so the Army Corps of Engineers (COE) reissued a 404 permit allowing El Dorado Holdings, LLC, to proceed on the planned 12,167-acre development, Villages at Vigneto in Benson.

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Figures on a report on tax levies approved by the county board of supervisors for the cities in Cochise County which appeared on the News-Sun’s online platform were in error. The correct figures are: Benson: $342,404; Bisbee: $1.079 million; Douglas: $642,240; Huachuca City: $99,820; Sierra …

Your recent article about a federal permit being reinstated for a planned development project in Benson ("Corps grants Vigneto permit again", Aug. 14, [Published in the  News-Sun's online edition from the Herald/Review] is so rife with errors it is impossible to catalogue them in the limited…

By the time autumn hits full swing, many trees will have shed their leaves for the season, and the last vestiges of red, yellow and orange magic will have faded to brown. Raking, blowing and collecting leaves becomes the primary chores of lawn and yard maintenance, and presents most homeowne…

Your recent article about a federal permit being reinstated for a planned development project in Benson ("Corps grants Vigneto permit again", Aug. 14, [Published in the  News-Sun's online edition from the Herald/Review] is so rife with errors it is impossible to catalogue them in the limited…

There is something to be said about serving one’s community. In Benson, and the San Pedro Valley, we have the various service and fraternal organizations that do much for our town. In rural municipalities like ours, it’s not only imperative but necessary if we’re to flourish. After all, we’r…

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