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About DISH Cable TV in Sierra Vista
There are a lot of historic towns in the US. Some have histories that span back to the beginning of the country itself; others were settled a few centuries prior to the secession from the British Empire. And still other areas have been inhabited for a few thousand years by the Indigenous peoples of what we now refer to as the Americas. Sierra Vista is one such modern location, but it's been inhabited for more than just a couple thousand years—and even more than 10,000! There is evidence to suggest that the Sierra Vista area has seen inhabitants as far back as 12,000 years ago by groups that are believed to be the very first peoples to migrate to the Americas. Imagine having to memorize all the mayors of Sierra Vista going back to the Paleolithic period!
Today, Sierra Vista is the largest city area in Cochise County and accounts for approximately a third of the county's entire population. While the place has probably changed a bit over the last 12,000 years, the area still attracts a number of outdoor enthusiasts who come to witness the natural beauty and the ancient man-made artifacts that have been left behind. The city is also nicknamed the Hummingbird Capital of the United States, and birdwatchers from all around the globe flock to San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area to see the diverse array of avian species that inhabit the area.
Sierra Vista has managed to keep a hold of important traditions that started long before the population started growing. Family and close friends are important to residents of the city, and that's why DISH offers a lot of family-oriented channel packs as well as on-demand features. After spending the day hiking or having an exciting day swimming with the family at the Cove, settle down in the evening and relax with your favorite movies like The Incredibles or Despicable Me. Then, hopefully you'll be ready to round up the kids to make the trip to the Cochise Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering or the Southwest Wings Festival.