SUPERIOR – The Superior Chamber of Commerce is excited to bring back two of the town’s most popular events: the Superior Burro Run and the 33rd Annual Apache Leap Mining Festival. Held over the weekend of October 22-24, 2021, these one-of-a-kind events will celebrate Superior’s rich history as a mining …Read More »
Arizona Department of Education, Arizona Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association Issue Joint Statement COVID Surge
Healthcare, public education leaders, and pediatricians agree, kids learn best in their classrooms – and until we are fully on the other side of this pandemic, we must take every necessary precaution to protect student health and safety in those classrooms and ensure minimal disruption to learning. We have serious …Read More »
As numbers rise, Gila County looks to hire contact tracer.
The COVID-19 pandemic appears to be here to stay for a while longer, and Gila County is responding by hiring an additional contact tracer. The salaried position pays between $34,610 to $47,589. The role of contact tracers is to get in touch with individuals who’ve tested positive and interview them …Read More »
San Carlos Apache Tribe Mandates Covid-19 Vaccines
SAN CARLOS – Today, the San Carlos Council, the governing body of the San Carlos Apache Tribe, passed Resolution No. AU-21-121, mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for all employees of the tribe’s government and subsidiary enterprises. Employees have until September 25, 2021 to be fully vaccinated as a condition of employment and …Read More »
What to a woman is the 4th of July?
The July 4th celebration began to commemorate the Declaration of Independence passed by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776. “When in the Course of human Events, it becomes necessary for People to dissolve the Political Bands …WE hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, …Read More »
Meeting to discuss flood mitigation tonight at 5pm
An informational community flood meeting will be happening tonight, Thursday, July 1, at 5 pm at City Hall. At the meeting we will have Cory Helton, the PE who developed these maps in attendance, by zoom, so that people can review the maps and ask questions about the likelihood of …Read More »
Retired military veterans with Team Rubicon will offer to build sandbag walls for residents.
By Paul Wolterbeck/ Gila County You may not have heard of Team Rubicon ‘til today – but the ‘Grayshirts’ are going to be well-known around Globe-Miami as they begin knocking on doors this week. They’re already visiting flood-zone neighborhoods, and offering to build sandbag walls to prevent flooding that’s likely …Read More »
To all Fathers who have Daughters:
As your daughters honor you on Father’s Day, remember how much you care about them and fought or still fight to keep them safe. But have you asked why are they not safe? Inequality makes them not safe. One in four women and one in ten men experience sexual or physical violence …Read More »
Superior Mayor Besich signs Declaration of Emergency. Thanks Fire Crews.
SUPERIOR- The Town of Superior will be forever grateful to all of the crews who have worked to extinguish this horrific wildfire near our community. At this time, we continue to support our neighboring communities of Globe/Miami as the fire still rages through our Copper Corridor region. Today, Mayor Mila …Read More »
Public Hearing TONIGHT on the water quality management plan amendments establishing boundaries
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE TOWN OF MIAMI, CITY OF GLOBE AND THE TRI-CITY SANITARY DISTRICT (TRSD) CENTRAL ARIZONA GOVERNMENTS (CAG) SECTION 208 WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN AMENDMENTS ESTABLISHING MIAMI’S AMENDED DMA BOUNDARY, ESTABLISHING THE CITY OF GLOBE’S DMA BOUNDARY AND TRSD’S DMA BOUNDARY AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT IN …Read More »