• Globe Summer Concert Series update

    The Globe Summer Concert Program begins on Friday, June 9 at 6 p.m. with a kick-off at Harbison Field located at 1270 E. Cedar St., Globe near Copper Rim Elementary School.

  • ‘Vive la Cornhole’ fundraiser

    “Vive la Cornhole” will be a double elimination tournament with cash prizes for winners. The event will also feature raffle prizes, a fifty-fifty raffle and many other treats and surprises.

  • Cobre Valley Republican May meeting set

    The Cobre Valley Republican Club monthly meeting for May takes place at the club’s headquarters, located at 424 N. Brad St., in downtown Globe, on Saturday, May 26 at 9:30 a.m.

  • Local First Arizona hosts networking mixer for local businesses and community members in Globe-Miami

    Local First Arizona is hosting a networking mixer for local businesses and community members on June 7 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Copper Spike Train Depot, located at 230 S. Broad St., in Globe. All independent business owners, representatives and community members are invited to attend this free event.

  • Globe Library Summer program kickoff

    The Globe Library will host its summer reading program with a 2018 Summer Reading Concert Kick-Off at Harbison Football Field on Saturday, June 9. Gates open at 5 p.m.

  • Business of the Year nominations open

    It’s the business that goes above and beyond, the business that does that little bit extra to leave you wowed. And now you have the opportunity to recognize that business as the Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce accepts nominations for the Small Business of the Year award. The winner will be announced at the chamber’s annual dinner June 28.

  • Nominations for Golden Serivce Award available

    Volunteers are the lifeblood of many non-profits and offices. They do everything from greeting visitors, helping with paperwork, sprucing up landscaping and more. The Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce recognizes these unsung heroes through the Golden Service Award, given at the chamber’s annual meeting in June.

  • Remembering the Colonel

    William Boyce Thompson was an American mining engineer who accomplished much in his lifetime.

  • Independence Day celebration

    The Cobre Valley community will hold an Independence Day parade and celebration on Wednesday, July 4. After the parade, take the family to Ragus football field at Miami High School for a day of celebration sponsored by Freeport McMoRan.

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Summer reading program to kickoff with concert

The Globe Library will open its summer reading program with a 2018 Summer Reading Concert Kick-Off at Harbison Football Field on Saturday, June 9. Gates open at 5 p.m.

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Building dedicated to Bracamonte for years of service

The Nursing Lab building was dedicated to Margo Bracamonte for her 33 years of educational service to the college in Gila County, and her contribution to the community.

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Tiger football players help students at Copper Rim

The Globe football players with coach Nathan Morales help students at Copper Rim Elementary. Isabel Sukosky, a first grade teacher at Copper Rim, has made the schedule for the football players to help the kids at Copper Rim.

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Kristen Campise graduates Ottawa University

Kristen Renee Campise, of Globe, Arizona, earned a Master of Business Administration from Ottawa University.

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Patricia Kinney wins scholarship to Crazy Horse Memorial

After a rigorous application process, Patricia Kinney, who will graduate this week from Miami High School, has been accepted into the Indian University of North America’s summer program at Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota.

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