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All-Stars win first two games at state

Modified: Wednesday, Jul 27th, 2016
The Pinal Mountain Little League 11-12 Baseball All-Stars are 2-0 so far in this year's state tournament. There are 14 teams playing for the state title, out of 121 that played in the district tournaments. Little League District 3 is hosting the state tournament at two separate locations: Cactus Foothills South Little League at Horseshoe Trails Elementary School, 5405
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Globe approves sales tax increase and $1 million payment to PSPRS

Modified: Wednesday, Jul 27th, 2016
Globe -- At a special meeting on Tuesday, the Globe City Council approved a .3 percent sales tax increase, as well as a one-time, $1 million payment to the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System (PSPRS), which handles the retirement accounts for Globe's police officers and firefighters. The measures passed by a 6-1 vote; James Haley was the only council member
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Globe approves sales tax increase

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 26th, 2016
Globe -- At a special meeting on July 19, the Globe City Council approved a .3 percent sales tax increase, as well as a one-time, $1 million payment to the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System (PSPRS), which handles the retirement accounts for Globe's police officers and firefighters. The measures passed by a 6-1 vote; James Haley was the only council
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Pool committee examines funding options

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 26th, 2016
Globe -- The Cobre Valley Regional Aquatic Center Committee met on Thursday, July 21.
Committee chairman John Perlman announced that the owners of two properties have volunteered to donate their properties for a new aquatic center. One property is owned by Udon McSpadden and is located on Highway 60 across from Hilltop Motors.
The other property
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Bed Tax cap is officially removed

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 19th, 2016
Globe -- At the July 12 Globe City Council meeting, the council officially approved eliminating the Bed Tax cap that had been in place for the past two fiscal years.
The Bed Tax is a 3-percent tax that is collected at Globe B&B's, hotels and motels. Prior to fiscal year 2014-15, all of the funds collected from the Bed Tax
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Gonzales takes exception with Miamiís new garbage rates

Modified: Tuesday, Jul 19th, 2016
Miami -- Last week, the Miami Town Council approved new bulk garbage rates.
Residents who put out large items such as couches and mattresses will now have to pay a special fee of up to $25 for those items to be taken to the dump.
Town manager Joe Heatherly explained that residents will need to make an appointment with
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Capstone to release financial results

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 19th, 2016
Capstone Mining Corporation of Canada says it will release its second quarter financial results on Wednesday, July 27 after the stock market closes.
Capstone owns three copper-producing mines, one in Canada, another in Mexico and here in the United States it owns the Pinto Valley Copper Mine west of the town of Miami.
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Border residents: Donít build a wall between cities

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 19th, 2016
Despite heated political rhetoric about the U.S.-Mexico border, people who live in the region largely view themselves as one community, believe in making it easier to cross back and forth and do not favor building a new wall, according to a Cronkite News-Univision News-Dallas Morning News poll.
The poll is the first of its kind in more than 15 years
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Freeport McMoRan reduces debt

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 19th, 2016
Phoenix -- Since May, officials of Freeport McMoRan Inc. have reduced the company's huge $20 billion debt by some $3.65 billion. This was done by completing its $1 billion deal in which it sold 13 percent interest in its Morenci copper mine to Sumitomo Metal Mining Company.
In addition, Freeport McMoRan entered into an agreement to sell its stake
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CCYS Flag Football kicks off third season

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 12th, 2016
CCYS Flag Football kicked off its third season last week. This season, there are 207 football players, as well as 49 cheerleaders. There are three age divisions: 5-6, 7-9 and 10-13. Globe High School football players have volunteered to be referees at this year's games. Games are held at the upper fields at the Globe Community Center.
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Sonic boom over Globe-Miami

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 12th, 2016
Gila County -- Shortly before 10 a.m. on Friday, an F-16 Fighting Falcon pilot from the 162nd Wing, Tucson International Airport, unintentionally exceeded the sound barrier while conducting a training mission near Globe-Miami.
Since the incident, there have been multiple reports of property damage in the region.
Residents or businesses who believe they have suffered property damage as a result
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Freeport to ramp up smelter project in November

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 12th, 2016
Miami -- According to Freeport McMoRan, activities on its major smelter modification project near Miami continue to be focused on engineering and initial site preparation work. However, Freeport-McMoRan spokesman Eric E. Kinneberg said construction will begin to ramp up this November and the contractor workforce will peak between April and September 2017, with between 350 and 450 workers. Construction
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Superior mayor indicted for theft; scheduled to appear in court Aug. 4

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 12th, 2016
Phoenix -- Last week, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced a State Grand Jury issued an indictment against Jayme Valenzuela, Mayor of the Town of Superior, charging him with one count of Theft, a class 5 felony.
The Superior Town Council hired an auditor who determined that Mayor Valenzuela used the town's debit card on eight separate occasions to
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Group seeks to stop Rosemont mine

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 12th, 2016
Tucson -- An environmental group, the Tucson-based Center for Biological Diversity, has announced plans to file a lawsuit to halt the development of the Rosemont Copper Mine, which is 30 miles southwest of Tucson in the Santa Rita Mountains in order to protect the the Jaguar which has been found in our state.
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Payson resident gets 20 years for attempted murder and aggravated assault

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 12th, 2016
Payson -- Gila County Attorney Bradley D. Beauchamp announced that on June 27, 2016, the Honorable Gary V. Scales sentenced 43-year-old Kurt Manning of Payson to 20 years in prison for assaulting his mother and attempting to kill her boyfriend with a knife.
According to Chief Deputy Shawn C. Fuller, who prosecuted the case, Manning, a
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Globe Council to eliminate Bed Tax cap

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 5th, 2016
Globe -- After a public outcry against the Bed Tax cap, the Globe City Council has decided to get rid of the cap.
The Bed Tax is a 3-percent tax at all hotels, motels and B&B's in Globe. The money is distributed evenly between the Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce, the Southern Gila County Economic Development Corporation, the Cobre Valley Center
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Fire claims 2 homes, injures 3 firefighters

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 5th, 2016
Claypool -- On June 25, crews from Tri-City Fire District and Globe Fire Department responded to the 6000 block of Morrow Avenue in Claypool for reports of a structure fire.
Arriving units found one house fully engulfed and a second structure with heavy fire involvement. Due to the nature of the incident and for the safety of firefighters, all firefighters
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City creates task force to address $10M shortfall

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 5th, 2016
Globe -- At its June 28 meeting, the Globe City Council approved a task force to look at potential solutions for the city's $10 million funding shortfall to the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System (PSPRS). The PSPRS is the retirement system for Globe's police officers and firefighters.
The task force will be made up of former mayor Stan Gibson, Ed
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Two die as result of traffic accident

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 5th, 2016
Globe -- Around 10 a.m. on June 27, the Globe Police Department, Globe Fire Department, DPS, Gila County Sheriff's Office, and ADOT responded to a fatal collision on Ash Street near Hunter Drive.
Due to the severity of the incident, traffic was shut down in both directions and later reopened to a single lane.
Eric R. Laguna, 47, of
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