Two Bisbee establishments busted for serving to minors
By Laura Swan
The Bisbee Observer
A Bisbee Police Sergeant is credited with saving the life of a 7-month-old baby boy (last Thursday) who was found not breathing.
It was shortly after noon when Bisbee Police Sergeant Ben Reyna heard the Bisbee Police Department dispatch a call about a baby not breathing at the Esperanza Apartments.
Sgt. Reyna was the first person to arrive on scene, at that point the baby’s mother handed him the baby who was not breathing. Reyna quickly started chest compressions and then flipped the baby over and repeated the procedure until the baby reacted by throwing up and properly responding. The baby was then given t ....read full story (e-subscribers only)
BUSD board considers
hiring private investigator
By Beau Hodai
The Bisbee Observer
The Bisbee Unified School District #2 Governing Board held a combined regular and executive meeting Tuesday night. The meeting was dedicated largely to a “call to the public” in which members of the community were granted their first opportunity to voice concerns related to a potential faculty exodus at Bisbee High School to the board. Then the meeting proceeded with BUSD Governing Board President Terry Reyna calling for a vote on whether the school board should hire a private investigator.
The issue of the potential hiring of a private investigator was raised during the executive session portion of the meet ....read full story (e-subscribers only)
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