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Precribed Fire Treatment North of Payson to begin Monday

PAYSON,   Tonto National Forest fire specialists are planning to conduct a 1,247-acre prescribed fire treatment in the Shoofly ruins area north of Payson beginning on Monday, November 13, through Thursday,  November 16, 2017. The prescribed fire will eliminate timber slash, dead and down woody debris, grass and brush. Guest ContributorGuest Contributors …

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Gila County Thanks Partners for a successful “Take Back” Day

 GILA COUNTY- On Saturday, Oct. 28, Gila County agencies and their partners successfully collected over 800 pounds of unused or expired medication from the community members as part of “National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.”  Guest ContributorGuest Contributors include press releases, guest authors, and columnists who contribute less than 4 …

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Copper Basin Coalition announces new “Santas for Seniors”

  The Copper Basin Coalition is working with the Globe and Miami High School Anti-Tobacco Squads to present a new program this holiday season benefitting Seniors.  The program, “Santas for Seniors”, will benefit local senior citizens in Heritage  and Haven skilled nursing facilities that might not have cheer this season …

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Jim Moss, U.S. Senate Candidate, Is Exiting the Race for Senator Jeff Flake’s Seat

GLOBE, Ariz. — Jim Moss, Democratic Candidate for U.S. Senate, has decided to terminate all campaign activities, effective immediately. For reasons both personal and practical, Moss is exiting the contest to replace Republican Sen. Jeff Flake in 2018. “Of course, it is a difficult decision to close the door on our campaign this …

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Representative David Cook recognized as “Arts Champion” for his efforts in supporting arts & culture

Globe-Miami — Representative David Cook of Arizona State District 8 was recognized at the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts Friday night as an “Arts Champion” for his efforts supporting arts and culture funding to nonprofit organizations across the state.   The awards was bestowed Rep. Cook at a ceremony just prior …

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Tri-City Fire District to hold open house

Gila County- Tri-City Fire District will hold its annual open house at its Claypool station on Saturday, October 14 from 10 am to 2 pm. Help Tri-City celebrate another year of service to the community and raise awareness about fire safety! Tri-city will have firefighting vehicles, equipment, and helicopters open for families to …

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Play nice when recycling. Don’t recycle kitty litter and other such things.

GILACOUNTY-Recently Gila County Landfill staff has been finding lots of stuff besides recycling in the large green bins that are available to the public. From cactus to cat litter to sheet rock, the County employees who hand sort the contents of the bins have seen an increase lately in these …

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Senate Candidate, Jim Moss says Rep. Kyrsten Sinema is Not the Best Choice for Voters

GLOBE, Ariz. — Jim Moss, a Democratic candidate seeking the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., says in response to the entry of his primary opponent Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., into the race, “I do not believe that Congresswoman Sinema is the best choice for Arizona primary voters in the upcoming 2018 election. Arizonans deserve …

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