• WIC office extends hours

    Gila County WIC hopes that offering extended hours during the week will help accommodate working families and make it easier for them to schedule WIC appointments during lunch hours or before/after work

  • TOPS Scholarship recipients

    Brook Price, Kaylyn Macias, Amber Durnan each received a TOPS Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services Scholarship for college in the amount of $833.

  • Arizona Sheriffs adopt ‘Ready, Set, Go!’ program

    The unusually dry winter and warm temperatures could bring an early start to Arizona’s wildfire season, and the Arizona Sheriff’s Association wants you to be prepared.

  • Globe Police responds to potential threat at Globe High School

    The Globe Police Department responded to a potential threat at Globe High School on Wednesday, March 7, the day after a student posted a profanity-laced tirade on his Facebook page.

  • Safe drug disposal in Globe and Miami

    Turn in unused or expired medication for safe disposal on April 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of Fry’s, located at 2115 Highway 60, #200, Miami.

  • West Plant site reclamation plans move into next phase

    Resolution Copper is moving into the next phase of reclamation plans for the West Plant site. The plans include removing the historic Magma smelter complex in order to make the area safe and to complete environmental improvements. This work is part of ongoing land reclamation that started in 2005 to clean up historic mining operations.

  • Bullion Plaza Museum program about food in 14th century

    “What’s for Dinner in the 14th Century?” will be the topic for the March 21 Hardscrabble program to be presented by Jennifer Smith and Susan Treneen at the Bullion Plaza Museum

  • Local fire chiefs greet public

    Globe Fire Chief Gary Robinson and Tri-City Chief Nick Renon had a meet and greet on Monday, March 5 to give local fire departments an opportunity to talk to the public and answer questions

  • APS passes tax reform savings on to customers

    APS customers will soon see an average reduction of $5.40 on their monthly bill as a result of $119 million in federal corporate tax cuts

  • State, county offer suicide prevention resources

    Community Bridges Inc. has free suicide prevention trainings available for Gila County, such as Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), Suicide Alertness for Everyone (SafeTALK), and Talk Saves Lives

  • Globe Post Office changes tour date

    GLOBE — The Globe Post Office Tour has been changed from Mar. 10 to Apr. 14 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • City of Globe 2018 Candidate Elections

    GLOBE — The City of Globe has officially called the 2018 Candidate Election for the purpose of electing three (3) Councilmembers from District 3, District 4 and District 6 in the 2018 Primary and General Election.

  • Free Medicare workshop in Globe

    GLOBE — A free Medicare Workshop will be held on Friday, March 16 at 10 a.m. for Globe-Miami-Superior residents.

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