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Deceased man found June 1 behind Wal-Mart

The deceased man’s name is being withheld at this time, pending notification of his next of kin.

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Michael Petty, 31

Send your memories to [email protected] and it will be added to a collection for his children, family and friends.

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Globe Officer Trenton R. Clatterbuck swearing-in ceremony

After the ceremony, Globe Chief of Police Dale Walters told the council that once two more officers are placed on staff, “at least on paper, we will be at full staff.”

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Curbside recycling suspended in Globe; no change in customer fees

While RAD’s service has changed, what will not change is the amount Globe residents will pay.

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Liberty High School honors its 2019 graduates

After the class speakers, several awards and scholarships were presented to graduates, including the LHS Four-Year Club award, the Leadership award, the Honorary Termites scholarship, the Dr. Vincent Barry scholarship, the Society of Mining Engineers scholarship and the EAARC Board scholarship.

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The Holy Cross of Globe

For more than 83 years, the cross above Ruiz Canyon in Globe has been a reminder to the community of the Hispanic-Catholic influence in Globe.

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Apache Bow Hunters annual meeting June 19

Archery alert: Members of the Apache Bow Hunters club will gather for their annual meeting Wednesday, June 19 to elect board members to lead the club over the coming year and discuss the calendar for competition shoots and events

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Sunrise Challenge 2019

Eighteen runners completed the Sunrise Challenge for 2019, 3.2 miles on a medley of stony trails up around Round Mountain over to the ridge trail finishing on the East Trail via the boulder canyon trail.

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Achieving Forest Health Symposium set for July 23

Forestry professionals and researchers from across the Southwest (AZ, New Mexico, Colorado, Idaho) will join county, tribal and state elected leaders July 23 at the Gila Community College Payson campus for a day-long symposium: ‘Achieving Forest Health in Arizona’s Forests: What is Sustainable and Executable?’

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Fatherhood is Sacred

“Fatherhood is Sacred” is a 12-week course offered to the participants of the Nnee Bich’o Nii Program.

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Annual Cinco de Mayo event celebrates local heritage


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