Skip to main content

Community Questions
Community Questions
86 followers
24 questions
109 posts

Do you have questions about Community Questions?

Log in to ask questions about Community Questions publicly or anonymously.

Do you have concerns about the state of local roads?

As the NABUR team reads through the responses in our community conversations survey (which is still running until this Friday! Fill it out for the chance to win one of 3 $100 gift cards to local businesses!), we've been seeing one theme stand out: our NABURs care about road maintenance and conditions in their local communities.

Do you have concerns about local road maintenance? You ask - we'll answer. Let us know your biggest questions or concerns about local roads and we will make sure to get you answers from official sources.

How were you affected by the Monument Fire 10-years ago?

“It was a force of Nature," said Hereford homeowner @Angela A Daugherty. "I could see the smoke. It was red, and the air was so hot from it."

In June of 2011, the Monument Fire burned more than 30,000 acres of land in the Huachuca Mountains, and forced more than 12,000 individuals in the area to evacuate to avoid the flames.

The Herald/Review spoke with first responders, nonprofits, homeowners, and journalists who were on the front lines of the blaze.

Today, they share their experiences of the fire and reflections of the event 10 years later. 

These are their stories.

Stay tuned to our three-part article, video and audio series covering the fire from beginning to end. Each installment will be released on Friday’s, starting on June 11 on our Friday edition of the newspaper, the Daily Chirp podcast and a video feature on the Herald/Review's YouTube channel.

How were you affected by the Monument Fire?

“It was a force of Nature," said Hereford homeowner @Angela A Daugherty. "I could see the smoke. It was red, and the air was so hot from it."

In June of 2011, the Monument Fire burned more than 30,000 acres of land in the Huachuca Mountains, and forced more than 12,000 individuals in the area to evacuate to avoid the flames.

The Herald/Review spoke with first responders, nonprofits, homeowners, and journalists who were on the front lines of the blaze.

Today, they share their experiences of the fire and reflections of the event 10 years later. 

These are their stories.

Stay tuned to our three-part article, video and audio series covering the fire from beginning to end. Each installment will be released on Friday’s, starting on June 11 on our Friday edition of the newspaper, the Daily Chirp podcast and a video feature on the Herald/Review's YouTube channel.

The Cochise College Center for Lifelong Learning is proud to present the following virtual cooking class with your favorite chef, Chef Chris Fisk!

Lovin' Leafy Greens
with Chef Chris Fisk

We know the advice: Eat plenty of leafy greens. Maybe we do, maybe we don't, but this class will get you inspired to broaden your veggie horizons either way. Discover a new twist on good old collard greens and what to do with bok choy. Nobody doesn't like kale this way, and broccoli rabe may be your new favorite vegetable. These nutritional powerhouses cook up quickly, making them perfect for weeknight dinners.

Tomorrow, June 11
10 - 10:30 a.m.
Zoom
$35

To register, visit the link below, give our office a call at 520515-5492, or stop into our office at the Cochise College Downtown Center. We hope you'll be able to join us in this fun and exciting cooking class!