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!
Breaking Down Barriers: Arizona’s Justice Sandra Day O’Connor
Growing up on her parent’s 198,000-acre cattle ranch in the 1930s and 40s, Sandra Day O’Connor broke many barriers on her way to the US Supreme Court Justice.
Weird Arizona Laws You Didn’t Know Existed
Even out here in the “Wild West”, most of us try to live as law-abiding citizens. Occasionally, you come across a law that’s so bizarre, it strains the imagination to wonder why the law made its way onto the books to start with.
The Danger of Using Self-Checkouts
Self-checkouts have been installed in nearly every grocery and retail store in Arizona. But are they safe to use? One attorney advises against using them, plus, what happened when an Arizona woman in her 60s tried to leave, not realizing some items had not scanned properly.
How to See the Green Comet in Arizona Skies
How to see Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) - the Green Comet - in our Arizona skies, and the best place and time to check it out!
Sierra Vista Historical Society Meeting
The Sierra Vista Historical Society is holding their monthly meeting tomorrow, January 18th, 2023 at 10am at the Oscar Yrun Community Center. Anyone interested the society is welcome to attend and reservations are not necessary.
Could Water Issues Close Down Fort Huachuca?
Could threats from outside environmental groups for Fort Huachuca to shut down? The fort has made significant strides to preserve the San Pedro River, but the threat from outside forces is never zero.
I Witnessed 3 Minutes of Kindness in the Safeway Parking Lot
Not all heroes wear capes, but I watched as a young man help an elderly lady with her groceries, my faith in humanity was restored.
Grow Roses in the Desert with this Cochise Master Gardener Workshop
Did you know roses thrive in Southeastern Arizona? All desert gardening takes a little special care, even roses. Learn to grow roses in the High Desert with the Cochise County Master Gardener Association and their Rose Workshop.
Terraform Together: Arizona’s Sustainable Dream
Living in the harsh, arid desert, it's hard to imagine sculpting a desert oasis from the rough land but Terraform Together and their dedicated volunteers are making the dream reality. A self-described mermaid discovers the beauty and grace of the Arizona desert.
Mystery in the Desert: Montezuma Castle
What happened to the people who once lived in Montezuma Castle? Was their disappearance a simple relocation or a deeper, more sinister mystery? Explore the evidence of the Anasazi people and decide for yourself what happened to them.