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Miami High School crowns homecoming royalty

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 29th, 2014
Miami High School crowned its Homecoming royalty at halftime of Friday's football game against Valley. Nick Bowser and Daisy Anaya (far right) were named Homecoming King and Queen. Pictured above from left to right are royalty Lauren Norcross, Celine Marin, Shelby Bertoldo, Savannah Bertoldo, and Anaya. Miguel Reyes, Cedric Johnson, Michael Mishler and Trae Valencia were also named to the

Fast Stop owner upset with Miami Police Department

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 29th, 2014
Miami -- A local businessman had some harsh words for the Miami Police Department during the Oct. 13 town council meeting.
Harbey Singh, who owns Fast Stop in Miami, told the council what he has been through as a result of his store being burglarized a couple of months ago.
Singh said he arrived at his store one morning at

Food code focus of Supervisors meeting

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 29th, 2014
Globe -- The Gila County Board of Supervisors held its regular meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 21 at the Gila County Courthouse in Globe.
Gila County Environmental Health Manager Lauren Savaglio asked the board to discontinue using the 1999 FDA Food Code and adopt the 2013 Food Code as recommended by the FDA, with an additional amendment that addresses the use

EMP Alliance sets sights on Inspiration School building

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 22nd, 2014
Miami -- On Nov. 4, voters in the Miami School District will have the opportunity to vote on a ballot item to approve the option to sell or lease the Inspiration School building, located on 929 E. Rose Road in Miami.
If approved, the item will give the Miami Unified School District the option to make the building available

Globe to demolish water tank

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 22nd, 2014
Globe -- Globe City Council held its regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. 14.
City Manager Brent Billingsley presented the council with the findings of evaluations on the Crestline Water Tank. Ultimately, it was recommended that the tank be demolished and reconstructed in a new location.
The 1-million gallon tank in the Crestline neighborhood of Globe was drained and taken out

Castaneda not happy with Genesis coverage

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 22nd, 2014
Miami -- Last week's Miami Town Council meeting started out with dissention and resulted in minutes from a previous meeting being tabled without approval.
Mayor Rosemary Castaneda said she wanted the minutes reworded because she did not like the way they portrayed Genesis' handling of payments for use of the Bullion Plaza gym. Castaneda also objected to the way the

Copper Fox suffers loss

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 22nd, 2014
Miami -- Canadian based Copper Fox Metals recently announced that it had a comprehensive loss for the third quarter at $1,004,128.
The company also said it incurred $2.3 million in expenditures toward furthering the exploration of its Van Dyke Copper Project at Miami, Ariz.
Stockholders were told the objective of the 2014 program for the Van Dyke copper deposit is

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