By SoAzNewsX Residents in the small southeastern Arizona community of Sonoita, Arizona are happy with the places they had been able to purchase beer and wine. That is, until Dollar General moved into their town. The Tennessee-based corporation built one of their latest stores in Sonoita at the intersection of two state highways, much to […]
By SoAzNews Southern Arizona News-Examiner Photo Editor Sally Reichardt was asked by noted wildlife photographer Jim Gressenger to accompany him on a photo “hunt” for pronghorn in southeast Arizona. Of course, she said “yes!” Gressenger also publishes the Southern Arizona Guide. He’s also the author of “Southern Arizona’s Extraordinary History Amazing True Stories from Southern Arizona Guide.” He also was an […]
By SoAzNewsX The Monsoon arrived earlier than normal in Arizona and caused some interesting weather phenomenon. We don’t see a lot of fog in the desert, but rains from late last week caused a lot of people to wonder if they were in either London or San Francisco. The fog burned off rather quickly but […]
By SoAzNewsX Nearly two dozen pronghorn antelope captured in New Mexico and other pronghorns from the Prescott area released in Sonoita and Elgin are saving a local herd of pronghorn antelope at risk of dying out, thanks to efforts by Pima County Natural Resources, Parks & Recreation, by Arizona Game and Fish Department, Arizona Antelope […]
By SoAzNewsX While the metro Tucson area got some rain from the weekend storms, snow fell in the southeastern part of the state at Sonoita and near the historic Empire Ranch. SoAzNewsX Photo Editor Sally Reichardt captured images of the white stuff on the ground.
By Harry Alexander and Sally Reichardt / Southern Arizona News-Examner The first wildfire of the season broke out in southeast Arizona yesterday. Dubbed the Oak Tree Fire, it was burning along State Highway 83 about 10 miles north of Sonoita, Arizona. Coronado National Forest officials say just over two-thousand acres have been consumed. Officials say […]