Tuesday, February 09, 2016

Council tables items and hears presentation on school and community

By Dianna Bradshaw
The Bisbee Observer
The mayor and council tabled two agenda items relating to the job description of two new positions within the city and heard a presentation regarding the status of the Bisbee Unified School District at their regular session meeting on Tuesday.
After much debate and argument, the council ultimately tabled the two agenda items brought forth by Bisbee City Manager Jestin Johnson that would create two new positions within the city. 
“I move we table this until our next meeting until such time the city attorney can respond to your issues and clarify the language,” announced Council Member Doug Dunn regarding  ....read full story (e-subscribers only)

CQCH aids BUSD with repairs at high school

 By Dianna Bradshaw
The Bisbee Observer
Bisbee Unified School District held a special luncheon for the Copper Queen Community Hospital in recognition of their aid in helping Bisbee High School make some much-needed repairs.
BUSD Board Members Carol Loy, Kym Kennedy and Joni Giacomino and BHS staff were present as well as CQCH Board President John Harris and CEO Jim Dickson.
“To say that Bisbee High School is grateful to the Copper Queen Community Hospital would certainly be an understatement,” said BHS Principal Laura Miller. 
She also extended thanks to the maintenance crew and janitorial staff at BHS, who have been working overtime to not on ....read full story (e-subscribers only)

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