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  • The Journey to Pro: Tanner Yeager

    The Journey to Pro: Tanner Yeager

    It’s undeniable that being from Globe impacts Tanner Yeager’s work as a photographer—how he runs his business, his subject matter, and more. Yeager, who was born and grew up in this area, says that being from a small town gave him an “an opportunity to know what it feels like ... 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 »
  • Downunder Horsemanship teaches respect

    Downunder Horsemanship teaches respect

    Nineteen horses and nineteen trainers are spread out in the arena at the Apache Gold Casino Pavilion yesterday. The bleachers on the south side are full. In the center of the arena, a Quarter/Arab horse named Winn is circling a trainer, changing direction every ten seconds or so. From the bleachers ... Read More »
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  • Designation holds promise for next ten years

    Designation holds promise for next ten years

    At its January 5th meeting, the Gila County Board of Supervisors approved a partnership with the Gila County Industrial Development Authority (IDA) to apply for the highly-competitive Promise Zone designation.    This is the third and final year of Promise Zone designations, and only one rural designation will be awarded ... Read More »
  • Globe Robotics Team Gearing Up for 2016

    Globe Robotics Team Gearing Up for 2016

    Alyssa Jost puts a game controller in my hand and looks at her mentor, saying, “I want her to drive.” Meaning, me. I’m not sure I’ve ever even held a game controller before. And what I’m supposed to be “driving” is just as unfamiliar—a robot on wheels. On top of ... Read More »
  • 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 »

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The Journey to Pro: Tanner Yeager

The Journey to Pro: Tanner Yeager

It’s undeniable that being from Globe impacts Tanner Yeager’s work as a photographer—how he runs his business, his subject matter, and... Read More »

Bill Holmquist: Making a U-Turn in Superior

Bill Holmquist: Making a U-Turn in Superior

When Bill Holmquist was hired to work on the 1997 Oliver Stone film U Turn, he lied and said he knew... Read More »

Reevis Mountain Farm to begin Farm-to-Table Tours 2016

Reevis Mountain Farm to begin Farm-to-Table Tours 2016

Gila County is famous for a few things: copper mining, cattle ranching, the Pleasant Valley War—not so much for its farm... Read More »