• Temporary Bermuda Flat closure due to high fire danger

    The temporary closure will be lifted once the lake recedes to expose enough shoreline area void of vegetation that is large enough to accommodate the expected number of campers and RVs without parking in and driving over dry grass.

  • Public environmental scoping

    The San Carlos Tribal Fire Use and RTRL Programs, in cooperation with other Tribal Interdisciplinary Team members, are proposing to implement a number of vegetation restoration projects in the northwest corner of the Reservation, approximately 108,000 acres.

  • Public invited to comment on Miami Remediation Project

    In preparation for clean-up of property located near Latham Boulevard and U.S. Highway 60 in Miami, APS has submitted a work plan to the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality Voluntary Remediation Program.

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Second Globe community pride town hall takes place on Thursday this week

The Globe City Council will hold the second and final of its two town hall meetings with the theme of community pride in city council chambers, 150 N. Pine St., Globe from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, April 11. The meetings were created as a result of a lengthy council discussion on blight mitigation funding, as well as blight enforcement in general.

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East Fire south of Globe 100 percent contained

The East Fire, which burned last week seven miles south of Globe on the Tonto National Forest, was 100 percent contained as of Friday, April 12.

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Trail markings or graffiti? Round Mountain conundrum

An unprecedented spring in the Copper Corridor has seen an explosion of wildflowers on Round Mountain Park, but there has been another explosion of color as well, after someone or a group of people painted unauthorized trail markings on the eastern trails of the park.

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Tribe member, HIV survivor completes L.A. Marathon

On Sunday, March 24, San Carlos Apache Tribe member Isadore Boni completed his first Los Angeles Marathon (26.2 miles). According to Boni, he has run eight half-marathons and three full marathons to date since he was diagnosed with HIV in 2002.

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Ten years Loco for Miami Arts Festival

For a decade now, the Miami Loco Arts Festival has celebrated the arts — bringing together artists and those who appreciate art. A “free, all-inclusive art walk,” the festival will take place on Sullivan Street in downtown Miami, from 6-11 p.m. Friday, April 12; from 11 a.m. to midnight on Saturday, April 13; and from Noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, April 14.

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Nicole Pesce back by popular demand

Nicole Pesce, dubbed the “human iPod” because of her repertoire of more than 12,000 memorized songs, will provide the grand finale to the 64th season of Globe Miami Community Concert Association on Tuesday, April 30, 7 p.m., at High Desert Middle School Auditorium.

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Local girls donate to HDHS

On April 5-6, Tallulah Battese and Taylor and Macy Ballesteros sold lemonade, dog treats, cookies, brownies, tea and water, raising $245 for the High Desert Humane Society.

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Globe gets ‘Dapper’ during historic weekend

The social was held at the former Globe Café, 396 S. Broad St. Attendees were asked to dress in clothing in period from the 1920s to 50s.

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Old Dominion Park volunteer cleanup day scheduled for April 27

A Volunteer Day is planned Saturday, April 27 at the Old Dominion Historic Mine Park in Globe. Save the date and plan on spending a few hours sprucing up the park. Volunteers will take to the trails from 7-11 a.m. for a volunteer day focused on trail clearing and cleanup.

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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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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.