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  • Gila Council hosting diabetes workshop

    Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens is hosting a Healthy Living with Diabetes Workshop. Learn how to take control and manage your health. The diabetes self-management workshop can teach you the skills that you need to manage your condition and get your life back.

  • Tonto National Forest lifts fire restrictions

    The fire restrictions, which covered the entire forest, are no longer needed because fire danger has been reduced by increased humidity levels and rain. Campfires and smoking are now allowed throughout the forest. Target shooting is also prohibited in some areas of the Tonto National Forest but is allowed again in dispersed areas where it can be conducted safely.

  • Early voting starts for the primary election

    Early voting for the Aug. 28, 2018 Primary Election starts on Aug.1, 2018.

  • Seats open for Tri-City Regional Sanitary District board

    There is still time for residents of the Tri-City Regional Sanitary District to get on the ballot for the upcoming general election.

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Skaggs receives Gift of Blue award from FFA

The Globe FFA community congratulates Jillian Skaggs, Globe FFA member, for being chosen as a Gift of Blue recipient.

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Market is going good

The produce is coming in and the baked goods are in abundance. We have crafters sharing their creations and we have hosted a few organizations fund raisers.

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Hometown boy wins Emmy

Nathan O’Neal a 2008 graduate of Globe High is the recipient of an Emmy award and the “Edward R. Murrow Award” for Breaking News.

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Hostetler pool gets official dedication

Members of the community who pitched in to help the Town of Miami with its pool restoration were on hand Monday, July 9 for a ribbon cutting to honor the opening of Hostetler pool. This report has been updated to reflect the final cost of the project.

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Highway 77 now has Friday closures

Gila County — Motorists traveling on State Route 77 between Winkelman and Globe can expect travel delays on Fridays through the end of April when a project to remove potentially hazardous rocks is scheduled for completion.

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Fourth of July parade in Globe

Community turns out for patriotic celebration