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New Tribal council seated at inaugural event at Apache Gold Casino on Dec. 4
In a festive atmosphere featuring traditional drumming and singing, mixed with contemporary music, the new San Carlos Apache Tribal Council was seated on Dec. 4 at the Apache Gold Casino Event Center during the 2018 inauguration ceremony.
Don’t blame the victims
EDITOR: I’ve heard a lot from the City of Globe, its mayor, the council and its law enforcement. Cristi Licano is my friend. I also frequented Jammerz Bar often. I agree what has happened is a terrible tragedy that took three good lives from our community and the business that I know Cristi and I lo
Reward offered for a vintage WWII plane that crashed in Arizona
WHITERIVER — “It was quite a day on a sunny Sunday afternoon,” said Ron Carlson. That was the day he and his buddy jumped out of a vintage Navy warplane, as smoke and flames erupted from the engine, skimming over the forest east of Whiteriver.
From online cart to front door, this Arizona facility is where your Amazon box comes from
Marney Redmond slips on her gloves and pulls a Batman gingerbread-house kit out of a yellow bin. She puts it in a box, slaps a label on it and tosses it back on the conveyor belt, where it will head to a delivery truck and likely end up on an Arizona doorstep.
Travel Alert May Hurt Tourism to Northern Mexico Beach Destination
Kayakers at a beach in San Carlos. (PHOTO: AZPM) A popular destination for winter visitors, San Carlos, Mexico, is being negatively impacted by a U.S. State Department travel advisory for the entire state of Sonora.
Ending Arizona’s role in weapons exports to Mexico
Many southern neighbors are hopeful about the overwhelming victory in Mexico by new president Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who enjoys comparisons with independent Sen. Bernie Sanders and British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. But the logistical and political challenges that face López Obrador ar
Jones and Jones power Falcons to rout of Arizona
ATLANTA (AP) — The Falcons were struggling again, and quarterback Matt Ryan was looking for something to spark the team. Ryan got just what he wanted from his teammate, linebacker Deion Jones.
Sheriff’s Office cites two illegal dumpers along river
SAFFORD — Discarded furniture, plastic bottles and trash-filled bags aren’t the only things dumped illegally across the Gila Valley; green waste such as tree limbs, plant cuttings and palm fronds also finds its way into wildcat trash dumps — and is just as illegal, as two dumpers found out this mont
Haynie honored at EAC Festival of Carols
THATCHER — Eastern Arizona College’s Festival of Carols, an annual Gila Valley tradition that heralds the arrival of the holidays, provided the perfect setting to signal the transition of EAC leadership to President Todd Haynie and ensure the continuity of the first of three pillars he has identifie
Gila Watershed December meeting focuses on 2018 highlights
SAFFORD — 2019 is just around the bend, and the Gila Watershed Partnership is taking this time to examine its progress this year. On Dec. 12, starting at 7 p.m., the GWP will hold its final public meeting of the year at the Discovery Park Ranch House. The group will be having staff provide updates o
Upcoming sports schedules and available results
Upcoming sporting events for Globe and Miami high schools. Dec. 14, Santa Rita (V only), San Carlos, 5:30/7 p.m. Dec. 21, San Manuel, San Manuel, 230/4/5:30/7 p.m. Dec. 22, San Miguel (V only), San Miguel, 1/2:30 p.m.
Forest Service plans camping crackdown along Arizona 260 and Salt Mine Road corridor
CAMP VERDE – As cooler weather approaches Arizona, visitors begin to flock to the Verde Valley to enjoy their favorite outdoor activities. Many of these visitors enjoy dispersed camping in the Verde Valley on forest lands.
10 animal experiences in Arizona to try
Here are 10 places in Arizona where you can experience animals up close and personal, as featured in the latest issue of Experience AZ magazine. Things to know: The employees at Out of Africa stress one thing — this place is not a zoo. Rather, it’s an immersive experience that allows one the sensati
Arizona State Sun Devils
Arizona State Sun Devils / Larry Brown Sports / 6 hours ago. ASU QB Manny Wilkins suffers leg injury at end of bowl game. Arizona State quarterback Manny Wilkins hobbled off the field after suffering a leg injury late in the Sun Devils’ bowl game on Saturday. ASU was trailing Fresno State 31-20 with
Arizona judge strips activist of green card, orders her deported to Mexico
An Arizona judge has stripped a prominent Washington-area immigration and reproductive rights organizer of her green card and ordered her deportation. The Washington Post reports the immigration judge on Tuesday also denied 33-year-old Alejandra Pablos' petitions for asylum, saying the Mexican-born
Arizona governor eyes several possible Kyl replacements
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) is considering at least three prominent Republicans as possible replacements to fill Sen. Jon Kyl’s (R) seat as donors vent about Rep. Martha McSally ’s (R) failed bid for the state’s other Senate seat this year.
Baylor Basketball Heads to Arizona for Saturday Night Game
The Baylor Bears travel to Tuscon, Ariz. to take on the Arizona Wildcats Saturday night. Baylor (5-3) has had a rough start to the 2018-19 season, losing three games to Texas Southern, Ole Miss, and Wichita State. This is their second true road game of the season, after a 71-63 loss at Wichita Staet
Bloom teams up with Globe PD to reward good drivers
The Globe Police Department and Bloom — an Asian Concept Restaurant — is teaming up to reward courteous driving in the community over the holidays. From left, Globe Police Commander A.J. Castaneda, Bloom Restaurant owner John Wong and Globe Police Chief Dale Walters. Wong explained, “Small gestures
SILVER ALERT: Gila County man believed to be headed to Globe
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Authorities in Gila County are asking you to be on the lookout for a missing 86-year-old man. According to information from the Arizona Department of Public Safety, Jerry Menafee may be headed toward Globe from Tonto Basin in a black/tan 2018 Jeep Wrangler with Alaska
Senior center updates for 12-12
MIAMI — The Miami Senior Center at 506 W. Live Oak St. offers lunch Monday through Friday. Call 928-473-4190. The suggested donation is $2. Thursday, Dec. 13 — Bingo 10:30 a.m.