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  • Rafting Season begins in March

    Rafting Season begins in March

    Raft the Salt River this season! See our feature article for details.

  • Gold Panning

    Gold Panning

    Don Reiman and Dik Mickle find gold in them thar hills!

  • Anita Stapleton

    Anita Stapleton

    Master baker and cake designer Anita Stapleton was featured in the latest edition of GMT.

  • Amanda Haas

    Amanda Haas

    Time to get healthy. Fitness coach Amanda Haas has tips for you.

  • Foggy Morning

    Foggy Morning

    January brought on rain and fog which means WILDFLOWERS in February!

  • A new aquatics center

    A new aquatics center

    ...is being considered for Globe. We say, bring It on!

  • The Light Parade

    The Light Parade

    The gang from Wells Fargo brought good cheer and the stagecoach to their entry in December!

  • Chrysocolla Inn

    Chrysocolla Inn

    Visitors to Globe love the ambience of Chrysocolla Inn, a turn-of-the-Century B&B located on Oak Street.

  • Look for our Walking Maps

    Look for our Walking Maps

    Get your walking maps of downtown Globe and Miami in the current edition of GMT!

  • Globe City Council Highlights, Jan. 27

    Globe City Council Highlights, Jan. 27

    Jan. 27 highlights: The city has contracted out work on one of its oldest wells, well #1. An update revealed that the electric cable is rotted out, the pump is worn and there are holes in the casing. The contractor requested an additional $185,906 to complete the well project, in addition to ... Read More »
  • Rockets To The Rescue!

    Rockets To The Rescue!

    While the Orion spacecraft launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida yesterday morning, 20 kids built and launched their own rockets at Globe Public Library, thanks to a little help from Globe’s TigeRobotics team. Read More »
  • GMT Explores Arizona’s First Vegetarian Festival

    GMT Explores Arizona’s First Vegetarian Festival

    Globe Miami Times attended Arizona’s first Vegetarian Food Festival at the Scottsdale Amphitheater on Saturday, where more than 30 vendors sold anything from fresh produce and microgreens to decadent chocolates, and chefs gave demonstrations on how to make chocolate desserts, tacos galore, alfredo sauce and cheesecake… vegan-style. Read More »
  • Promotions At Casino Set The Stage For Growth In 2015

    Promotions At Casino Set The Stage For Growth In 2015

    Christabell Mull, Director of Support Operations, was recently promoted to General Manager of Apache Gold Casino, while GM Gary Murrey moves up to Chief Operating Officer in a role which focuses more on the development of the new casino property near Oracle and strategic partnerships for the future. Both promotions are ... Read More »
  • Building Gardens In the Name of Community

    Building Gardens In the Name of Community

    Sometimes, all you have to do is ask. When Adrian Marks moved to Globe last year, one of the first things he noticed was the empty lot across the street from him, behind the old Nob Hill grocery store on Devereaux Street. In September, he approached the owner of the ... Read More »
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  • The Warrior In The Woman

    The Warrior In The Woman

    This article originally appeared in our winter 2013 edition There is something very intriguing about San Carlos artist Carrie Curley. Perhaps it is the eloquent way she speaks, her voice soft yet strong. Perhaps it is her artistic mystique. Or perhaps it is because this modest artist is a rare ... Read More »

Featuring

On This Day In History…

On This Day In History…

On Dec. 23, 1883, the Salt River rose 14 feet after what seemed like a never-ending rain, tearing out the dam and... Read More »

Law And Order In A Lawless Time

Law And Order In A Lawless Time

The story of Indian Agent John Clum and the first Apache Policeman, John Talkalai.  1877 Steadying his rifle against the corral... Read More »

Prison Life On View In The Old Jail

Prison Life On View In The Old Jail

Globe’s 1910 Territorial Jail reveals history, attracts tourists A crude message scratched into the concrete walls of a cell is a... Read More »