County Health Director Carrie Langley and Public Information Officer Amanda Baillie discuss COVID-19 updates, including the latest case count, the proper use of gloves, what being in quarantine means, the definition of a contact, new testing information, and the Governor's Stay Home order.
Cochise County Health Director Carrie Langley and Public Information Officer Amanda Baillie discuss the latest COVID-19 updates.
Cochise Health Director Carrie Langley and Public Information Officer Amanda Baillie discuss the latest COVID-19 updates and guidelines, as well as the ongoing County response.
Every week Health Director Carrie Langley and Public Information Officer Amanda Baillie will discuss the latest updates related to COVID-19 in Cochise County. This week we look at confirmed cases, testing criteria, workforce testing issues, the Governor's Stay-at-Home order, advice for businesses, including salons, how the County is preparing for increased cases, and mental health tips.
County health department director Carrie Langley answers questions about COVID-19 (coronavirus), including what symptoms to look out for, precautions to take, whether you should wear a face mask, the current situation in Arizona, and more.
Can I vote in the Presidential Preference Election? Are there benefits to being on the Permanent Early Voting List? How can I navigate the upcoming elections season? County Elections Director Lisa Marra joined us to talk about the upcoming elections, how to vote, where to get info, and much more.
The County is seeking nominations for brownfield sites that could potentially be redeveloped as part of neighborhood revitalization. What's a brownfield site? What kind of buildings or sites qualify for the program (funded through a $600,000 grant)?, and which communities are participating? Development Services Director Dan Coxworth gives an overview of the program.
How does the County Housing Authority help low-income people afford a home? Why is the Census so important for local housing needs? Executive Director Anita Baca answered these questions and many more.
The opening of a new wine tasting room in downtown Willcox is a welcome boost for the local economy. Winemaker Mark Phillips discusses his exciting new project, gives his insights on the local wine industry, and talks about the future for wine in Cochise County.
Every year the Cochise County Superior Court celebrates National Adoption Day by conducting adoptions for local families in a public ceremony. Judge Terry Bannon talks about why this event is so important, discusses the adoption process, and invites the public to attend on November 15.