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April, 2018

  • 27 April

    Support for the movement and the unity it has shown

    By: Kathy Hoffman As I’ve watched and taken part in the growing #RedForEd movement, I’m inspired by how teachers have continued to call for and demonstrate unity throughout this process. The Arizona Educators United (AEU) group has brought together teachers of all backgrounds, including paraprofessionals, social workers, and reading specialists, …

March, 2018

February, 2018

  • 23 February

    Reader disappointed over lack of coverage

    I am writing to voice my disappointment in GMT’s failure to cover the San Carlos Apache led March to Oak Flat. Over 100 people walked through Globe/Miami to Oak Flat.  SC Apaches, Natives from Tribes from this region and beyond, and non-native allies walked/ran for our battle to protect Oak Flat. This land is original Apache territory in the Tonto National Forest, protected from mining since 1955 and listed on …

  • 2 February

    Fact Checking 12 Statements at President’s SOTU

    The president’s recent State of the Union Address was the third longest  SOTU address by an American president since 1966 coming in a 89 minutes. The longest was Bill Clinton and the shortest was Ronald Regan. While all presidents get to take center stage without taking questions or responding to …

September, 2017

August, 2017

January, 2017

  • 27 January

    St. Vincent De Paul thanks community

    St. Vincent’s De Paul of Holy Angels would like to thank everyone involved in our Thanks giving and Christmas celebrations that just passed. We were able to provide a Thanksgiving dinner to 25 families and 25 Christmas dinners as well. We would also like to thank those volunteers and families …

December, 2016

June, 2016