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Miami High School dedicates gym to legendary Vargas family

Miami High School recently capped off its campus overhaul with a celebration dedicating the refurbished sports facility—the newly renamed Vargas Family Gym—in honor of longtime basketball coaches Richard “Dickie” Vargas and his son Ken. The December 16 celebration was made even sweeter by the Vandals varsity basketball team getting its …

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Miami High School enters a new era with the departure of Principal Glen Lineberry

The new track around the refurbished football field on the campus of Miami High School is a visual reminder of the stabilizing effect solid, long-term leadership can bring to an institution, and under the guidance of Glen Lineberry and Dr. Sherry Dorathy, the school has recaptured some of the shine …

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Globe alums create float for Fiesta Parade honoring native daughter Rose Mofford

The Michigan Wolverines will face off against Texas Christian University’s Horned Frogs in the Fiesta Bowl on New Years Eve, but even more important to residents of the Copper Corridor, the Globe High School Alumni Association will honor Globe native and the first female governor of the state at the …

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Old Dominion Days returns as Gila County Historical Museum moves forward with expansion plans

As activities around the region resume again in the wake of the COVID shutdown, the Gila County Historical Society and Museum is once again poised to host Old Dominion Days, a celebration of the mining history of the Globe-Miami area that will return for its fourth iteration. “It survived the …

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