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Sheriff J. Adam Shepherd would like to release the following information regarding a drowning at Roosevelt Lake. On August 19, 2017, at approximately 6:09 a.m. the Gila County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call regarding an individual who had fallen into the lake near the Cottonwood Cove Area just south of the Marina Boat Ramp. Deputies were dispatched to the scene as well as the Gila County Sheriff’s Office Dive Team who were able to recover the body. The identity of the deceased has been confirmed as Celestino Mendoza, 45 years old from Avondale, AZ. This is an active investigation and further information may be released as it becomes available. Sheriff Shepherd would like to thank the Tonto Basin Fire Department, Forest Service, and the Arizona Game and Fish for their coordinating response.
Gila County will begin a multi-part chip seal project in the Globe-Miami area on Aug. 28.
Miami Town Council shows off thier eclipse glasses.
Back in 1953, the old Miami High School was located where the Chistina Apartments are today
Mexico City-based Grupo Mexico, which owns the ASARCO copper mines in Arizona in addition to copper mines in Mexico and South Americas along with 70 percen of the railroads in Mexico, has released its financial results for the first six months of this yea
This year’s president of the Tuesday Book Club, Claudia Armer, presented a check for $130 from the Club to Sherry Rice, president of the Friends of the Globe Public Library, and Adrea Ricke, librarian and director of the library.
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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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