October 2020

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3833 S Giesler Ave

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Naco, AZ 85620

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277 W Calle De Las Tiendas

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Green Valley, AZ 85614

1910 E Frontage Rd

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Tumacacori, AZ 85640

1408 N Old Pomerene Rd

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Pomerene, AZ 85627

11651 N Casa Grande Dr

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Rillito, AZ 85654

1408 N Old Pomerene Rd

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Benson, AZ 85627

905 E American Ave

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Oracle, AZ 85623

3833 S Giesler Ave

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Naco, AZ 85620

100 Haskell St

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Tombstone, AZ 85638

2255 B E Frontage Rd

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Tubac, AZ 85646

100 N Taylor Ln

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Patagonia, AZ 85624

5066 N Dos Cabezas St

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Cochise, AZ 85606

2908 N Arizona Ave

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San Simon, AZ 85632

15950 S Rancho Sahuarita Blvd

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Sahuarita, AZ 85629

10341 N Highway 191

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Elfrida, AZ 85610

3833 S Giesler Ave

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Bisbee, AZ 85620

430 W Grace Ave

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Pirtleville, AZ 85626

500 E Fry Blvd

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Huachuca City, AZ 85635

9103 N Highway 191

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Mcneal, AZ 85617

11 E Wilcox Dr

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Sierra Vista, AZ 85635

430 S Avenue A

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San Manuel, AZ 85631

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Naco, a Census-Designated Place (CDP) located in Cochise County, Arizona, United States had a recorded population of 1,046 during the 2010 census. It's located directly across the United States–Mexico border from its sister city Naco, Sonora. Naco is best known for an accidental 1929 air raid and is the first and only municipality in the Continental United States to have been aerially bombed by foreigners.The present-day unincorporated town of Naco, Arizona, was established in the early 20th century. The area was originally settled by the Nahua and Opata Indians. Naco means "nopal cactus" in the Opata language. The U.S. Congress officially established Naco as a Port of Entry on June 28, 1902. Today, the Naco port of entry is open 24 hours per day. Occasionally the people on both sides of the border use the border fence as the net in a volleyball game.

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