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Construction on a long-awaited bridge over Tonto Creek started Sept. 1, 2022 – and that bridge is now close to the finish line. Gila County Engineer Tom Goodman told the Silver Belt that …

In an April 10 press release, the Gila County Sheriff’s Office announced that suspects in the attempted abduction of four girls ages 10-12 near Miami High School had been identified and …

Every year the Town of Miami must go through the lengthy and labor-intensive process of developing a town budget. All projected revenues and expenditures must be included, including possible grants. …

The City of Globe is planning for the Community Center Pool's second year back in operation, and pool manager Lisa Fletcher briefed the City Council on planned hours and fees for year two. …

The Gila County Flood Control District Board of Directors approved a range of amendments to the county’s floodplain management ordinance after a February 20 public hearing, amending the …

Representatives from five of Arizona’s 15 Sheriff’s Offices gathered at the David M. Player Center for the Arts on Wednesday, Feb. 21, to talk about drugs and human trafficking coming …

Early ballots for the 2024 Presidential Preference Election have been mailed out. Be sure to keep an eye out for the yellow envelope in your mail. ...

Spring won’t be long in arriving, and with it comes baseball season.

During an emotion-charged Call to the Council during the February 12 Miami Town Council meeting, Christine Corkish, a catechism teacher at Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament (OLBD), told Council that a young boy walking from class had been harassed by a man in a car.

At the Globe City Council’s February 13 meeting, councilmembers heard a presentation on a sewer service study for the city’s northeast corridor and voted to table a controversial proposal to redistribute bed taxes.

Natalie Sebastian, 54, was last seen on Saturday, Dec. 23, 2023 when she left her house, and her family is still seek- ing clues to her whereabouts.

The Gila County Superior Court has announced the addition of the Hon. Diana Kanon as Judge Pro Tempore effective Feb. 5, 2024.

Annie Weaver- Bryant said the Boyce Thompson Arboretum “was like a backyard to me” when she was younger.

Phoenix-based Freeport McMoRan Inc. (FCX) announced on Feb. 6 that there will be a change at the top this summer, with Kathleen L. Quirk to succeed company CEO Richard C. Adkerson effective June 11.

Gila County leaders are considering updates and amendments to the floodplain management ordinance – and are accepting public comments.

Often referred to as the “Heart of Arizona,” Gila County’s location at the center of the Grand Canyon State is just one of many reasons.

As an outdoor-loving newbie to the Copper Corridor, I’ve been asking long-time locals about their favorite hikes in the area. One of my coworkers suggested the Apache Tears Mine Trail in Superior as an easy walk that combined great scenery, Wild West history and opportunities for rockhounding.

To celebrate the past, present and future mining connections of our area, Love Where You Live (LWYL) is sponsoring an art competition for persons under the age of 30.

The Cobre Valley Center for the Arts held a reception on Feb. 2 to close out exhibitions of artwork by Rachel Hansen, Lorenzo Cassa, Bobbie Jimenez, Chris Swinney and Bryan Chambers, and to unveil a new exhibition of work by painter Heather Coen and sculptor Curt Harris in the main gallery.

Globe Public Works staff began prep work at the end of January for transforming the High Street Bridge in Globe into the Rainbow Bridge Pet Memorial.

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