• Freeport McMoRan update, job openings

    Officials of Phoenix-based Freeport McMoRan, Inc, have announced that the firm’s third quarter financial results will be released on Wednesday Oct. 24, at which time Freeport’s Chief Executive Officer Richard Adkerson is expected to inform stockholders on the latest developments on the Grassberg Mine.

  • Recorder’s Office: Ballots still fit return envelope

    Gila County Recorder Sadie Bingham and her staff are fielding phone calls this week from voters puzzled by oversized ballots that aren’t an exact fit within return envelopes provided.

  • Oak – Hill Street project, in Globe, to continue through later November

    They will be working Monday through Friday, approximately 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.each day. The total area of the project will include Oak Street, from Highway 60 east to Hill Street and Hill Street from Oak Street, south to Ash Street (Highway 60).

  • City of Globe working to amend its wastewater Designated Management Area

    The Globe City Council approved entering into a contract with EPS Group, Inc. to “produce and seek approval” of a Designated Management Area (DMA) amendment for the city.

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BHP to remove old headframe at Old Dominion Park

BHP is preparing to remove one of two headframes at the Old Dominion Mine Park in Globe, the old headframe, built in 1881, and will leave behind the newer one that was built in 1908.

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Sheriff’s Office fills interim Miami Police Chief spot

Lt. Virgil Dodd, with the Gila County Sheriff’s Office, is currently interim chief of the Miami Police Department, after the retirement of Chief Spencer Preston. Dodd said the Sheriff’s Office will be “assisting the Town of Miami to provide quality leadership and supervision until a new chief is in place.”

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Jason A Sanchez

Jason A Sanchez, age 41, of Globe, passed away Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018 at Banner Baywood Medical Center hospital in Mesa, Ariz.

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Work progresses on Miami wastewater project

The Miami Town Council unanimously approved two payment applications totaling more than $518,000, as recommended by its Wastewater Advisory Board.

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Gold-N-Oldies donates to Horizon

Gold-N-Oldies Car Club members John Espinoza, far left, and Ted Eminowicz, third from left, recently donated $250 to Horizon Human Services.

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GMCCA introduces 64th season of musical programming

The 64th season of GMCCA will bring quality musical programs to the area for affordable prices. This is possible because of the donations of GMCCA members and the United Fund of Globe-Miami.

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Globe resident celebrates 90th birthday

Globe’s Elk Club was the location that Jim Davis’ three offspring chose to mark his 90th birthday. Family came from Arkansas, Colombia, South America, New York, Philippines, Washington, DC, Washington, Indiana, Colorado, Phoenix, Tucson and Morenci.

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Giles raises funds for explorer program

Charlene Giles, of Globe, stands in front of her basement, which is filled with items for an upcoming yard sale planned to raise funds to start a local police explorers program.

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Volunteers needed for Old Dominion Mine Park clean-up day

Volunteers are needed for an upcoming four-hour work day at the Old Dominion Mine Park, from 8 a.m.-Noon, Saturday, Nov. 3.

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    Vandals shut out in Willcox

    On Friday, Oct. 12, the Vandals (4-4) were soundly defeated by the Willcox Cowboys (6-2) by a score of 44-0. It was the Cowboys’ third blowout victory of the season and brought Miami back to a .500 mark.

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    CVRMC purse, sheet, clothes sale

    The CVRMC Auxiliary is excited to sponsor a Fall Purse, Sheet and Clothes sale at the Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center Peridot and Turquoise rooms. This fundraising event will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 17 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Thursday, Oct. 18 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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    Judy’s Cookhouse Christmas Cheer Poker Run

    Registration starts at 9 a.m., on Saturday, Oct. 20 at Bullion Plaza Museum. $10 per rider or $15 per couple. First stop, Liquor Stables; second stop, Abels; third stop, Drift Inn; final stop, the American Legion. Raffles, food, auction, 50/50, music.

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    Senior center updates

    Senior center updates for Globe and Miami.

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    Centennial Band fall concert

    The Globe Miami Centennial Band will perform their fall concert at 4 p.m., on Sunday, Oct. 28, in the Miami High School auditorium.

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    Apologies to senior discount movie users

    To First Friday Movie Discount users and its sponsor Ajax: I forgot!

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    Homeless Coalition prepares for annual population count

    This organization of individual members and volunteers has been operating since January 2017 and attempting to address the needs of those experiencing homelessness in our community, one on one as well as in group settings. Our mission statement reads: Providing for the physical and spiritual needs of our community’s homeless, with dignity and compassion, one person at a time.

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    Never2Early seminar in Globe Oct. 27

    Inevitably, we all die someday, but conversations about dying can be and are uncomfortable. “Never 2 Early” workshops are designed for people of all ages and stages with this in mind. First Presbyterian Church and EAHEC is hosting the first Never2Early seminar.

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