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Carol Broeder

Carol Broeder
Award winning journalist with over 18 years experience in covering local news and issues affecting rural communities. Married 37 years, my life has taken me from Phoenix to Willcox to Globe. My husband and I are both overjoyed to find ourselves in Globe-Miami, with its rich history and sense of community. This is truly home.

Elective Surgeries are back on the schedule after Governor lifts restriction.

On May 1 the Governor announced hospitals could once again begin scheduling elective surgeries. Elective surgeries shouldn’t be considered optional – they’re vital to the health of both individuals and hospitals across the state.  The initial order in Mid-March suspended non-essential or elective surgeries which the Governor’s office broadly defined …

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Arizona governor takes further steps to reopen businesses

Citing “continued positive data trends,” Gov. Doug Ducey announced the next steps Arizona will take in gradually reopening its economy. The governor issued an executive order Monday allowing beauty salons and barber shops to resume their appointment-based services this Friday, May 8. Three days later, restaurants and coffee shops may …

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Smithsonian chooses Historical Museum as “Museum on Main Street”

The Smithsonian in Washington is confirming something area residents have known all along—the Gila County Historical Museum is special. So special, in fact, the Smithsonian chose the Museum in Globe for its pilot project, known as “Museum on Main Street” (MoMS), to develop a unique humanities-based exhibition about Americans at …

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