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Chairman Rambler weighs in on legislation which would block Resolution Copper Mine.

San Carlos Apache Reservation—According to a poll conducted by FM3Research , nearly 75 percent of Arizona likely voters oppose the construction of the proposed Resolution Copper Mine that would destroy Chí’chil Biłdagoteel, a sacred Western Apache site also known as Oak Flat located on the Tonto National Forest east of …

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Superior Mayor Besich with an urgent message regarding new legislation

Mayor’s Minute:  Resolution Copper Project is at Risk! Friends, Family and Neighbors, I am contacting you today with great urgency and a simple request: please contact our Senators and Congressmen and ask them to not support the “Save Oak Flat” H.R. 1884 bill that has been proposed by Representative Grijalva …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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Advocacy Center, Rayes Ridge rezoning and new District 5 Councilman tops May 11 agenda.

Globe City Council appoints new District 5 representative at May 11 meeting Members of the Globe City Council: Mayor Al Gameros, Vice Mayor Mike Stapleton, and council members Freddy Rios, Mike Pastor, Jesse Leetham, and Fernando Shipley. All members were in attendance. Announcements & Special Presentations City Manager Paul Jepson …

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Planting seeds of opportunity in Superior Arizona. Upcoming Meet Up April 22.

SUPERIOR- The Town of Superior, Arizona is known as a destination for it’s unspoiled nature, rich heritage and elevated outdoor adventures. But what you may not know is that Superior is also planting the seeds of entrepreneurial opportunities by partnering with SEED SPOT. SEED SPOT is an internationally award-winning entrepreneurship …

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Celebrating CASA Volunteers for National Volunteer Month

Gila County, AZ —April 12, 2021 – April is National Volunteer Month and CASA of Gila County expresses their deepest appreciation for the men and women who stand up for abused and neglected children in Arizona. These dedicated Count Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers are making a difference in children’s …

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Mayor Gameros responds to governor’s no-mask executive order.

To The Citizens of Globe, Today Governor Ducey signed an Executive Oder 2021-06 that outlined the “New Phase of COVID-19 Mitigation-Business Guidelines Transition from Requirements To Recommendations”.  The Executive Order is effective immediately, and addresses the following bullet points; Events of more than 50 people will no longer need the …

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