This was originally posted Aug 4th, 2016. This year she turns 106 and her celebration at the Train Depot with family, friends and community had to be postponed due to covid-19 concerns. So we are re-posting this feature on her! Please leave your comments and well wishes below! I decide …Read More »
The building that once housed the Gila General Hospital on Monroe Street in Globe has a new owner—Haven Health Group—and an updated purpose. As a skilled nursing facility—no longer a “nursing home”—it’s also receiving an extensive remodel, inside and out, to help it better serve the community as a rehab …Read More »
Delivering the mail and watching out for the neighborhood: Globe mail carriers reflect on the job of being a postal employee.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the Globe Post Office has seen many changes in the past forty years, but Globe carrier Justin Brandt, who has 36 years of service, says there’s at least one thing that hasn’t changed: “The trust that we have in people or people have …Read More »
San Carlos Artist, Robert Wilson, showcased in 4th edition of Telling Our Stories, tells his story as an emerging talent.
After talking to San Carlos Apache artist Robert Wilson about the things that inspire him, it’s not hard to believe him when he says, “pretty much anything.” Over the course of our conversation, I lose count of the number of times he says some variation of “I wanted to learn …Read More »
“When you come from a small town, college seems like such a far way away,” says Globe High School graduate Tim Wiley. Wiley was Globe High School’s valedictorian when he graduated in 2012 and this May he graduated from ASU with a degree in exercise and wellness. He is a …Read More »
Steve Shapiro started Superior Organics because of a friend. He was healthy, young, wildly athletic—one of those guys you suspect might be invincible—until he got cancer and died in his early forties. In the end, one of the few things that provided him any relief was medical marijuana. The experience …Read More »
As early as fifth grade, Gail Gorry recalls being singled out as a teacher. “I can remember being asked […] to write things on the board for Mrs. Keller, my fifth grade teacher and also to work with some students that she had selected.” Gorry is running for Gila County Superintendent …Read More »
“My goal is to give people support and cause a change. I want to raise the opportunities for students. We have human potential here,” says Roy Sandoval, who is running for Gila County Superintendent as a Republican and will face Gail Gorry in the August primary. In 2012, Sandoval retired …Read More »
The second of Taliesin’s “Off 60” exhibitions, showcasing their work in Globe-Miami since the beginning of the year, opens Sunday, May 1st at 6 p.m. Globe Miami Times talked to Taliesin teaching fellows Cristina Murphy and Andrea Bertassi whose students’ work will be presented in the exhibit. They shared more …Read More »
“You can teach somebody else when you’re younger than them. It’s pretty fun,” explains Destiny School second grader Mariam Sow. Sow was one of the many Gila County students who were exhibitors at this year’s STEMFest, teaching their peers about reptiles, robotics, and more. Autumn GilesAutumn Giles is a freelance …Read More »