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Sierra Vista Gets Namesake from ContestSIERRA VISTA -- Back in 1954, when Sierra Vista was an unnamed community serving nearby Fort Huachuca, the residents decided to incorporate. One of the first steps was selecting a name for the proposed city, so a contest was held.
Worldly Art Inside St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic ChurchSIERRA VISTA -- Those who stop for an initial visit and prayers at St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church here might mistakenly get the impression that they have inadvertently stumbled into an art gallery. It's understandable because there is art everywhere inside.
Paranormal Investigators Seek Out Haunted Relics from Old ArizonaArizona has a dynamic and diverse history. Many of yesterday’s relics and landmarks intrigue today’s residents and visitors. Towns like Jerome and Bisbee have staked reputations on haunted hotels, mines and other attractions.