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Prevention is key to upcoming fire season

As fire season draws near, the Globe Ranger District is bracing for whatever the summer brings after a relatively quiet year since Telegraph rained fire and brimstone—followed by monsoon flooding—on the Globe-Miami region. Thanks to the short lull and increased federal funding, regional agencies have been completing necessary work to …

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Gila County Earns National Achievement Award for Discover Gila County – Explore The Wild Multi-Faceted Marketing Program

Gila County – Discover Gila County, Inc has been recognized with an Achievement Award from the National Association of Counties (NACo). The awards honor innovative, effective county government programs that strengthen services for residents. About the Program: Discover Gila County is a multi-faceted marketing program created by Gila County and …

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Strategic Action Plan presented at Council’s April 25 meeting

Members of the Globe City Council: Mayor Al Gameros, Vice Mayor Mike Stapleton (District 4), and Council members Freddy Rios (District 1), Mike Pastor (District 2), Jesse Leetham (District 3), Mariano Gonzalez (District 5), and Fernando Shipley (District 6). All members were in attendance at this meeting except Mayor Gameros …

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I ART Globe strikes again with two amazing mural projects getting underway in April

April 1 weekend was a busy one for I Art Globe! While the High Desert Humane Society got a new sign, the Cottonwood Underpass Project (aka the CUP) ramped up south of the city. This is an art installation, a community beautification and a graffiti abatement project all in one.  …

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San Carlos Superintendent Deborah Jackson-Dennison Elected to NAFIS Board of Directors 

Washington, DC – March 27, 2023 – The National Association of Federally Impacted Schools (NAFIS) is pleased  to announce that Dr. Deborah Jackson-Dennison, Superintendent of San Carlos Unified School District #20  (Arizona), has been elected to the NAFIS Board of Directors. The election took place at the 2023 NAFIS Spring  …

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Cobre Valley Institute of Technology gets new instructors through Eastern Arizona College

The Cobre Valley Institute of Technology (CVIT) recently acquired two new teachers through Eastern Arizona College Gila Pueblo Campus as the Career Education and Technical District (CTED) continues to improve programs for students in the Copper Corridor. The new instructors for the HVAC and Cosmetology programs represent a wide range …

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Miami High School recruits new principal from within, bids farewell to Lineberry

Miami High School’s next principal came to the Copper Corridor on a “4-year plan,” but 15 years later has found a long-term home. At the beginning of the next school year, current Athletic Director and Associate Principal Shawn Pietila will step into his new role as principal after Glen Lineberry’s …

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