Aug
07

Get Ready for the Annual Sierra Vista Open

The Sierra Vista Open is a beloved late summer event in Southern Arizona, and this year it is celebrating its 36th year as a premiere golf event. Attracting both locals and visitors alike, the SVO is an exciting outdoor charity event hosted each year by The Huachucans. Even if you... Read More
Jul
24

Beat the Heat with These Summer Moving Tips

Summer is one of the most common times to schedule a move. After all, it’s easier to get the kids started at a new school during the fall. You’ll also usually find a more active housing market during the summer season. However, moving in the months of July and August... Read More
Jul
17

Local Sierra Vista Traditions: Hummingbird Banding

The vast, open skies of Cochise County are a welcoming home to a diversity of bird species ranging from the largest predators to the tiniest feathered travelers. During late spring and throughout the summer, this region is visited by some of its most beloved bird populations: hummingbirds. In fact, Sierra... Read More
Jul
10

Purchasing Your First Home? Follow These Decorating Tips

Purchasing your first home is an exciting experience, but it can also be overwhelming when you start to tally your new responsibilities related to home ownership. If you’re a new homeowner and you aren’t sure where to start with home decorating, take advantage of the following tips.  Don’t Assume Everything... Read More
Jun
26

How to Pack More Stuff into a Small Car When Moving

If you’re getting ready for a big move, you’re probably planning to pack most items in your home into a moving truck. However, there are some essentials you’ll want to keep handy and have in the house from the moment you arrive. For these items, such as your clothes, bedding/sleeping... Read More
Jun
19

Embrace the Old West with a Horseback Riding Adventure

While Sierra Vista is a modern city, there is something about the surrounding high desert and rocky mountain peaks that conjures iconic imagery of the Old West. Imagine ditching your seatbelt for a saddle and riding the open trails, kicking up dust as you navigate through the rugged terrain. Fortunately,... Read More