As a kid, my family moved every four to six years, stopping in the shadow of major market radio stations across the country. From Chicago to Detroit, Philly to LA, I fell in love with radio – the music and on-air personalities creating the familiar soundtrack of my new address, helping me navigate new schools, new friends, and a new life. When I was invited to become part of Sierra Vista’s on-air family, I felt I was finally home. With the nomadic life behind me, I’ve lived in Cochise County longer than anywhere else and I love it. With great hiking, amazing friends, and a deep connection to the local music scene, Sierra Vista is not only where I raised my family, but where my roots have finally been set. In a rare moment of downtime, you’ll find me curled up with a good book and a cup of coffee, my two rescue, lab-pit mixes snuggled up close by. Sharing music and radio with Sierra Vista is my passion and I enjoy every moment!
New World: The Sierra Vista Symphony’s Spring Concert
The Sierra Vista Symphony presents their 28th Season and Spring Concert, New World. Read to learn how to get tickets and showtimes.
Broken Crayons: A Second Chance for Animals and People in Tombstone
Meet the Broken Crayons - a collection of animals no one else wants. They find new life and purpose at the Broken Crayons Animal Sanctuary in Tombstone. Read how one special horse even helped a child recover from trauma.
Celebration of Animals Coming to Veterans Park
Plan to visit Veterans Park for Celebration of Animals - the largest event to host animal care organizations around Cochise County. Meet an alpaca, adopt a dog, or learn about snakes. Much more!
5 Things Out-of-Towners Discover About Us in Cochise County
Cochise County gets a lot of visitors from all over the world. Some even settle here after finding us through a military assignment, often returning to retire here. What do "outsiders" like about Cochise County? Here are 5 things out-of-towners discover about us in Cochise County.
Have a Javelina Encounter? Here’s What To Do
If you encounter a javelina, what should you do? Javelina could be a danger to humans and animals, especially dogs. Here what you should do if you encounter these creatures.
Golfing Fore Scholarships with University South Foundation
Support UCast students right here in Cochise County with the UA South Foundation's Golfing Fore Scholarships fundraiser. The event is coming up soon.
The Annual Tombstone Rose Festival
The Annual Tombstone Rose Festival is coming to celebrate the largest rose bush in the world. Three days of history and festivities, all for a good cause!
3 Simple Ways Save Money & Go Green in Cochise County
As costs skyrocket, here are THREE ways to cut down on waste and save money in the process. And we just might end up helping our environment, to boot.
Master Spring Gardening with the UA Sierra Vista
Not sure what to plant this spring? New to the desert and confused about what and how to grow in the arid high desert? The Cochise County Master Gardener Workshops can help!
The Butterfly Club Helps a Teen with Cancer Heal in Style
When a teen girl is diagnosed with cancer, the Butterfly Club stepped in to help her maintain her self confidence while she fought a battle to regain her health. Read how the Butterfly Club raises money with their Spring Bazaar and Car Show.