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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!

  • Exploring Collections In Globe-Miami

    Exploring Collections In Globe-Miami

    Updated April 18, 2015  There are perks and downsides to living in a small town. Sometimes it’s isolating. Perhaps that is why collectors seem to flourish in small towns like and Globe and Miami; because even if you’re living in a small town, you can bring different eras to life ... Read More »
  • Globe City Council Highlights, March 10

    Globe City Council Highlights, March 10

    Globe Fire Marshall Joe Bracamonte was recognized for leading the community effort to successfully locate Mrs. Josephine Moses on March 10. Moses had gone missing March 9 from Haven Health Facility in Globe.  The city will hold a public informational meeting on March 17 at 5 p.m. at Globe City Hall to discuss the ... Read More »
  • Driving – The perfect job for some

    Driving – The perfect job for some

    It’s mid-day at the Bus Barn located on a hill overlooking downtown Globe. The parking lot is beginning to fill up with drivers coming in for their afternoon run. I’m here to do a ride-along with Marsha Cowan so I can get a better feel for what it’s like to ... Read More »
  • Masquerade Ball At Center For The Arts

    Masquerade Ball At Center For The Arts

    We bring you a snippet of entertainment from the Valentine’s Day Masquerade Ball at the Center for the Arts on Saturday, including the Centennial Swing (the jazz half of the Globe-Miami Centennial Band) as well as the performance of Paul Machula’s “Ready to be Elevated.” Read More »
  • Native American Sci-Fi Opens At Hollis Cinemas

    Native American Sci-Fi Opens At Hollis Cinemas

    “Legends from the Sky,” a new Native American sci-fi film, opens at Hollis Cinemas today, with more showtimes scheduled through March 12 (see movie trailer below). The majority of the film was shot throughout Arizona – including Tsaile in the Navajo Nation and Phoenix – last June by Flagstaff-based writer/director ... 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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  • Douglas Miles: Artist, Activist, Apache

    Douglas Miles: Artist, Activist, Apache

    His work adorns the walls of museums and collectors as far away as the Smithsonian, and as close to home as the local skate park out at San Carlos. As a fine artist, the work of Douglas Miles—artist, Apache and activist—is hard to peg. His recent venture into skateboard graphics ... 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 »