• Hiking classes free for residents age 55 and up

    Gila Community College Hiking Classes begin 7 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 26 at the Wellness Center on the campus on Six Shooter Canyon.

  • Miami Fiesta 2018 coming in September

    It is that time again for the annual “Miami Fiesta 2018,” taking place on Saturday, Sept. 8 at the Bullion Plaza Park, celebrating the influence of Mexican culture and the many attributes of this rich historic mining community.

  • Becoming an outdoors woman workshop focuses on fun, education

    For women who just want to find out what the outdoors experience is all about, signing up for a Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) workshop is a great place to start.

  • ADOT training at Gila Community College

    Gila Community College and ADOT announce a program offered at the Regional Training Center for men and women in search of a steady and rewarding career path through the ADOT Construction Academy.

  • Gardening and Landscape at GCC Gila-Pueblo Campus

    Gila County Community College and University of Arizona Cooperative Extension will offer AGR 230 “Gardening and Landscape” in Globe this fall semester 2018. Classes will be held at the Gila-Pueblo Campus, 8274 S. Six Shooter Canyon Rd., Aug. 23 to Dec. 13, Thursdays from 1-3:50 p.m.

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Sept. 1 has been deemed Public Safety Police and Fire Awareness Day, with a fundraising event scheduled to take place in Miami at Bullion Plaza.

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Stan Gibson’s 40-year legacy on Globe City Council

Stan Gibson, who turned 89 on July 22, is a Globe native who spent 40 years on Globe City Council and was mayor for 10 of those years. He was also a business owner on Broad Street, as longtime owner of the building that housed Ortega’s Shoes that was a men’s haberdashery his father purchased in the early 1930s.

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CCYS expands under Joe Barajas’ leadership

When a group of parents took over a youth basketball program that the Town of Miami was going to close, according to Joe Barajas, they never thought “it would go so far so fast.”

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