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Patti Daley

A traveler, Patti Daley came to Globe in 2016 to face the heat, follow love, and find desert treasure. She writes in many formats and records travel scraps and other musings at daleywriting.com.

Women in Mining – Anita Marks

The challenge to design something 10 years in the future!”  Anita Marks is a principal engineer, processing. In charge of the design of the concentrator to treat ore from the Resolution Copper underground mine, she is part of the team developing mine plans, tailings pipeline corridors, and a water sourcing …

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Creating Strong Partnerships: Bernadette Kniffin Leads effort to help families on San Carlos. Nnee Bich’o Nii 

It’s hard to get Bernadette (Bernie) Kniffin to sit and talk about her role as Director of Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)  and Transit for the San Carlos Apache Tribe.  She’s busy doing it, responding to local needs during a global pandemic and planning for the future.   “Our benefits …

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The 100 Mile Quest

Jared Yuhas, 29, is training for a 100-mile run. He’s taken on the challenge as a way to motivate himself to run as often as he can. “Everything feels better after a hard run,” he says.  “I’m at peace.”    Before the run, however, there’s “always a small dread.”  “It’s not …

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Women in Mining – Robin Bradford

“Relationships are what my job is about.” Doing the right things as a company, according to Robin Bradford,  is about being more than a good neighbor.  “It’s about being a positive contributor to society,” she says,  “above and beyond the economies of copper.”    A Miami, AZ native, Robin and longtime …

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