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Local realtors come out to support TRSD project

As the Tri-City Regional Sanitary District (TRSD) works out the final details to get the long-awaited sewer project underway, support for the project is coming in from a sector of the community that has previously maintained silence.

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Jammerz Bar gets its liquor license back

On Tuesday, Nov. 27, Director John Cocca, with the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (AZDLLC), issued an order vacating the suspension of the Jammerz Bar license, after concluding his preliminary investigation and receiving proof that Sara Hardy had “adopted and will implement a public safety plan for the licensed premises, which has and will continue to include employee safety training.”

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‘Per cap’ meetings highlight Tribal council differences

A series of public meetings about proposed per capita (per cap) payments have opened up a debate about the best use of Tribal resources and whether there should be a payout of $500 per Tribal member before Christmas or if the money should be used to fix many problems facing residents of the Reservation.

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Longtime Globe police officer promoted to commander

Globe Sgt. Abraham J. (A.J.) Castaneda, Jr. was promoted to Police Commander with a swearing-in ceremony held at the Globe City Council Nov. 27 regular meeting.

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Arrest reports, Dec. 5, 2018

Arrest reports, Dec. 5, 2018.

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Wednesday Hardscrabble: Music helped settled the Southwest

Music heard in the community in the early days of its development is the focus of December’s Wednesday Hardscrabble program on Wednesday, Dec. 19, from 6:30-8 p.m. at Bullion Plaza Cultural Center and Museum in Miami, located at 50 N Plaza Cir.

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The Orphan Trains – Foundlings on the Frontier

The Arizona Humanities Council has funded a 4-city tour of the multi-media program “Riders on the Orphan Train – Foundlings on the Frontier” in January and February 2019. The presentation will come to the High Desert Middle School Auditorium in Globe on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019 at 7 p.m.

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Bloom teams up with Globe PD to reward good drivers

The Globe Police Department and Bloom — an Asian Concept Restaurant — is teaming up to reward courteous driving in the community over the holidays.

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Beard Battle gets hairy on Broad Street

Participants in the Fourth Annual Broad Street Beard Battle faced off at the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts in historic downtown Globe for the Fourth Annual, 4-hour “beard-stravaganza.”

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County program distributes bicycles to underprivileged kids for Christmas

Gila County has an innovative program that distributes new bicycles to children each December throughout the region.

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