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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.

Public invited to attend next Globe Town Hall meeting on Thursday, Aug. 15

The City of Globe is seeking public input and participation through a series of town hall meetings designed to address local issues such as blight and community beautification.  The final of two scheduled Community Pride and Participation Town Hall meetings will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 15, …

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Miami boosts sewer rates to comply with funding requirements for system improvements

By Carol Broeder and David Abbott Miami residents will soon have to pay a little bit more for each flush, as an increase in sewer rates will take effect Wednesday, Aug. 21. The increase is a condition of the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Utilities Service (USDA-RUS) funding for …

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Aquatic center advocates invite Supervisors to take a dive into long-awaited project

By Carol Broeder and David Abbott   The proposed Cobre Valley Regional Aquatic Center (CVRAC) just might help foster better communication among family, friends and neighbors, improve the overall health of residents in the Globe-Miami area and make it more attractive to businesses that want to set up shop locally. …

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Miami school district receives grant to educate and engage parents

The Miami Unified School District was recently awarded a $360,000 grant over three years that will support parent education and engagement. Awarded by the Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family, the Parents Commission on Drug Education and Prevention Grant will provide the district $120,000 each year, Miami High School …

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Business owners discuss impacts of downtown construction with city.

Communication between the City of Globe and downtown merchants may improve after last month’s construction update meeting. Such communication was lacking when Contractor Paveco, Inc. began the Broad Street pavement and sidewalk project between Mesquite and Cottonwood streets the week of June 24. The work consists of rehabilitation as well …

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