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Rasmussen impressed with work of children from SYMTP and Boys & Girls Club

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 19th, 2016
Dear Editor:
Recently, my husband and I followed a group of cape-wearing superheroes from the Jail to their bus parked in front of St. John's Episcopal Church.
We were impressed by their excellent behavior and orderly conduct in spite of their excitement and chatter.
Mr. Paul Tunis from the Summer Youth Musical Theatre Program, his "theatre kids" and the Boys
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Family of Aurora Gameros thanks community for support

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 19th, 2016
Dear Editor:
There are no words that seem adequate to say thank you to our friends and everyone from the community who expressed their sympathy, sent flowers, and food during the loss of our Mother.
For you to have taken the time to remember us in such a thoughtful way during the loss of our loved one was deeply
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High Desert Humane Society speaks out against irresponsible breeding

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 19th, 2016
Dear Editor:
In the July 9 issue of the Arizona Republic titled: "Breeder: ‘Every day it's people wanting dogs.'" The story centered on breeding Beagles.
It was with anger, frustration, and a very sad heart when I read this article. Approximately 2.4 million unwanted cats and dogs were euthanized last year. That is one every 13 seconds. (Source:
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Remembering another season of SYMTP

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 19th, 2016
The Summer Youth Musical Theatre Program's production of "Willy Wonka Jr." closed Saturday night. The end of SYMTP each summer is always an emotional time for the children and -- I won't lie -- the staff. There are all those familiar feelings, which are recognizable from the last day of summer camp: children with powerful friendships built by a shared
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Where are the final two Golden Tickets?

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 12th, 2016
I'm waiting for Golden Ticket winners -- waiting and waiting. When the Summer Youth Musical Theatre Program decided to do "Willy Wonka Jr.," we already had ideas about how to do a Wonka-style Golden Ticket contest.
We decided to create a section of expensive seats in the front row of regular performances. We would call them "Sweet Seats"
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Lopez gives thanks for success of Hamburger Fry at Gila County Historical Museum

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 12th, 2016
Dear Editor:
What an enjoyable evening at the Gila County Historical Museum's Hamburger Fry on Friday, June 24! Thank you to Ed Balch and your Native American flute for providing the entertainment. The soothing sounds were very relaxing for our friends and neighbors. We appreciate wonderful people like you who volunteer your time and special talent to help make our
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Family of Mary Helen Garcia appreciates kind words and support during difficult time

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 12th, 2016
Dear Editor:
The family of Mary Helen Garcia would like to thank everyone, from our family and friends, to the numerous members of the community, Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center, Tri-City Fire Department medics, Lamont Mortuary and Albert Valtierra for taking care of Mary during her final days.
You made a difficult time a little easier to bear. Thank you
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Angeles family thanks firefighters and others who gave assistance

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 5th, 2016
Dear Editor:
On June 25, we decided to take the family on a mini outing and were out of cell phone range. When we finally got our service, our phones were literally going crazy with missed messages, texts and calls. Not only from my older children, but other family members and friends.
There was a fire on our street;
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Simmons thanks Faubush

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 5th, 2016
I would like to thank Sharon and Frank Faubush and the staff at Faubush Family Homes for the exceptional care that was given to my father, Dale Simmons, over the past 8 years. They have been professional and caring the entire time that he was there. Because of health issues, he has had to be moved to another
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Junior hockey player from Miami thankful for life lessons learned

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 28th, 2016
Basketball legend Allen Iverson once said, "I had a lot of growing up to do. A lot of times, I learned the hard way." It seems the norm for most children in modern society is to leave their parents' house at the age of 18, after they graduate from high school.
However, in my case, I left the sanctuary
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Arts Centered: Progress has been made, but there’s more work to do

Modified: Tuesday, Jun 28th, 2016
Just a couple years ago, I moved back to the Globe-Miami area. The move was very specifically to take the reins of the Summer Youth Musical Theatre Program, which the Arizona Silver Belt has kindly allowed me to ruminate on these last few weeks. It was the first time since graduating from Globe High School in 2002 that I had
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