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The Independent Riders are having a benefit ride for Monte “Junior” Tiberio, Dan and Lana Rawley’s son, on Saturday, April 20, 2024. Registration will take place that Saturday from …

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 …

Last Thursday the Town of Miami and the Capital Readiness Program, a project of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency, teamed up to celebrate industry 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. …

Join us Thursday, May 9 in celebrating the accomplishments of the graduating class at Eastern Arizona College's Gila Pueblo Campus! Let's honor the hard work and dedication of our students as …

Julie Cassadore, of San Carlos, Arizona,  has been recognized by the Humane Society of the United States as a community hero for her efforts to ensure the well-being of people and their pets in …

An uncounted number of students roamed the halls of Bullion Plaza School from its first class in 1924 to its 1994 closure – including eight who stood out enough to make the newspaper in 1988. …

Citizens for a Better Community saluted Charlene Giles as their February Citizen of the Month. The group is made up of citizens forming a unity of Gila County residents willing to lend a hand in …

The City of Globe Fire Department will be holding its first 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb on Sept. 1, 2023, at 6 p.m.

Bring your appetite to the annual Prickly Pear Festival in Superior Aug. 26

Throughout one weekend each July, the town of Young remembers the infamous Pleasant Valley War, and celebrates local history, during Pleasant Valley Days.

Sheep ranching has been greatly overlooked in the history of Arizona.

PHOENIX – On a clear sunny morning, the range staff from the Payson Ranger District on the Tonto National Forest prepare a pack string of horses and mules for a four-mile trek into the Mazatzal Wilderness, carrying equipment and biologists from Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD).

La Casita Café owner Annie Villalobos gives thanks after her restaurant was named Business of the Year at the Globe-Miami Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Fiesta Camaraderie and Annual Dinner, held last Friday at Bullion Plaza Gym.

An array of community partners met during 2021-2022, focused on public health topics and strategies.

The inside-and-out rehabilitation of Globe’s former Hill Street School at 450 S. Hill St., slated to become an affordable senior housing complex, got underway about a week ago.

On June 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Homeless Coalition of Cobre Valley, in collaboration with Gila County Community Services and the Gila County Homeless Task Force, is hosting Jason Sanchez Homeless Connect Day at the Maranatha Baptist Church, 1320 E. Saguaro Dr. in Globe.

Linda Griffin Brost, a seventh-generation Arizonan, will present the life of her grandmother, Mollie Griffin, the history of the Griffin Ranch, and ranching in Gila County for Bullion Plaza Cultural Center & Museum’s 2nd Friday program on June 9.

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