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Love Local Shop Local
Love Local Shop Local

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Jeff Sorenson talks about the West End Grant Program

Jeff Sorenson, 2nd Street Properties representative and West End Health Center building manager, talks about the West Sierra Vista Partnership Program which helps revitalize the city’s West End. The program is a matching grant partnership program for interested businesses. 

Sorenson wrote the grant proposal for the West End Health Center which houses several health related businesses including Rainy Pain and Performance. Thanks to NABUR @Mark Levy for taking the video and NABUR @Dakota Croog for the article. Read the full story online now.

Meet Benson business and Love Local Shop Local Vendor Zearings Mercantile. Fabulous story and history.

Check them out and many other Cochise County businesses on too!

Love Local Shop Local


I’m happy to announce the newest NABUR topic: Love Local Shop Local. 

Throughout the ongoing pandemic, it has become increasingly difficult to support local businesses. Herald/Review Media worked with local shops to develop a digital commerce platform for Cochise County businesses to sell their products and services. Every month the team is working hard to add new businesses and products. The website is open 24/7 at

Love Local Shop Local is filled with unique products and services from local Cochise County businesses. Some of these shops are offering delivery and pick-up options as an attempt to compete for your money with the larger online shopping sites.

This Love Local Shop Local topic is a place to leave reviews of your favorite local shops, express interest in various products, and post Shop Local based questions and concerns. 

We invite you to start shopping now at and keep your dollars local!

Last week reporter Karen Schaffner and I traveled to Tirrito Farm in Willcox, AZ. A sustainable farm-to-table experience coming to Cochise county soon. With cows, goats, a brewery and a brand new restaurant, this will be an experience coming soon! Read all about it in this week's issue of the Herald/Review and watch this little video that highlights this local gem.