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Next hearing set for March 27 in Globe mass shooting case

The next status hearing for 22-year-old Sterling Randall Hunt, of Globe, has been set for 3 p.m. Wednesday, March 27, in the Division One Courtroom of Judge Bryan B. Chambers. Hunt is the defendant in the Nov. 11, 2018 mass shooting in downtown Globe that ultimately left three people dead and one critically injured.

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Cook pleads guilty: One day in jail, five years’ probation

Rep. David Lee Cook, R-Globe, spent 24 hours in jail last weekend, after pleading guilty in connection with his Dec. 19, 2018 arrest for driving under the influence (DUI).

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Housing study part of larger strategy for City of Globe

A dozen members of the community gathered at Cobre Valley Medical Center last week to talk about the state of housing in the Globe-Miami area, and the prognosis is there is a housing crisis in the community.

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Globe City Council approves agreement between GPD and San Carlos

During its Feb. 26 regular meeting, the Globe City Council unanimously approved two items related to the city’s police department that should help relations with the San Carlos department and make the storage and disposition of evidence easier in the future.

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Inspiration School renovation zoning hearings set for March 21 and 25

There are big plans brewing for an abandoned school in Miami and the developer is returning to town after an initial meeting to get an idea of what the community wants.

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On the Indian Market Trail

The last week of February, and a lot of preparation is involved last minute of unfinished work that needs to get ready. Touch-up painting, stringing up instrument, check and re-checked, what is needed? Do I have everything that I need? The harried week comes to a close.

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Globe Public Library free spring break activities 2019: ‘May the Force be with You’

Go from no exercise to walking or running a 5K (3.1 miles) race in two months. Join the Globe Public Library 5K Club for free. Beginning Monday, March 18 at 7 p.m. from Monday-Thursday.

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Tonto National Monument offers bird walks

From March 13 through April 17, ranger-led bird walks will be held on Wednesday mornings from 9-11 a.m. Bird walks will begin at the Tonto National Monument Visitor Center. Park admission is $10 per person unless visitors have an Interagency Annual, Military, Senior, 4th Grader, or Access Pass. There is no additional cost to attend the bird walks and reservations are not required.

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The Superior Chamber presents 31st Annual Apache Leap Mining Festival

From Friday, March 15 through Sunday, March 17, 2019, the Superior Chamber of Commerce will present the 31st Annual Apache Leap Mining Festival, a unique event that is beloved by locals and visitors alike. The fun-filled line-up of activities will include a parade, a carnival, live entertainment, and opportunities to learn about mining and Superior’s rich history.

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Walk For Hope honors shooting victims

The Walk For Hope event was created and inspired by the death of Rocha’s son, 28-year-old Michael Tarango, who was a Globe resident. Tarango passed away March 4, 2015. This year, the event also honored the victims of the Nov. 11, 2018 mass shooting in Globe.

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Poppy flowers in Peridot Mesa

Everyone is welcome. A day permit is required for non-tribal members. Call San Carlos Apache Tribe Rec and Wildlife at 928-475-2343.


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