Thursday, April 17, 2014

Jane Eck Memorial Park Dedication on Friday

The City of Globe will hold a dedication ceremony tomorrow (Friday) at 10:am at the Globe Active Adult Center.

The park at the Center will be dedicated as the Jane Eck Memorial Park.

Attempted Child Abduction

There was an attempted child abduction Tuesday morning at the bus stop on the corner of Ice House Canyon and Aneas.

The 14 year old girl was able to give a description of the suspect and the vehicle. The vehicle was a tan SUV similar to a Suburban or Tahoe, The suspect is described as a male with a dark complexion, possibly in his late thirties or early forties.

If you have any information or see suspicious activity, contact the Gila County Sheriff’s Office at 425-4449.

Republican Club Meets Saturday

The Cobre Valley Republican Club will hold its monthly meeting on Saturday morning (April 19) at 9:30.

The meeting will be at the club headquarters on North Broad Street.

For more information call 928-701-2195.

Easter Sunrise Service

The Gila County Ministerial Association will present an Easter Sunrise Service for the Globe-Miami community.

The service starts at 6:30am at the Dream Manor Inn. It will be followed by a free buffet breakfast.

A freewill offering will be taken during the service. All of the proceeds will go to help the needy in this area.

Globe's Easter Parade is Saturday

The annual Easter Parade in downtown Globe begins Saturday (April 19) at 9:30am at the historic train depot.

The “Easter Parade” is based on the classic holiday song and movie. Dress up for the event and you may be chosen for one of the best entries in four categories.

There are no entry fees and the event will take place rain or shine.


Robert Joeseph Deiters of Globe passed away April 10 at Mountain Vista Medical Center in Mesa. He was 60.
A Memorial Service for Robert Deiters will be held Saturday, May 3 at 1:pm at Lamont Mortuary.

Colonel John Caceletto passed away April 11. He was 96. Colonel Caceletto was born in Globe and began his teaching career in Globe in the early 1940’s.
Interment is Friday (April 18) at 9:30am at National Memorial Cemetery in Phoenix.

Lifetime Globe-Miami resident Ramona Alvarado passed away April 13 at Mountain Vista Medical Center in Mesa. She was 73.
Visitation for Ramona Alvarado is Saturday (April 19) from 1 to 4:pm at Lamont Mortuary.

Lifetime Miami resident Maria Emilia Maeda passed away April 10 at Copper Mountain Inn. She was 87.
Visitation for Maria Maeda will be held Monday (April 21) at 9:am at Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Church. Rosary is at 9:30 and Mass is at 10:00.

Jesse Lloyd Jones passed away April 14 at his home in Globe. He was 85.
Visitation for Jesse Jones is Tuesday (April 22) at 9:am at Holy Angels Catholic Church. Rosary is at 9:30 and Mass is at 10:00.

Virginia Castillo of Globe passed away April 12 at Desert Blossom Health and Rehab Center in Mesa. She was 97.
Visitation for Virginia Castillo is Wednesday (April 23) at 10:am at Holy Angels Catholic Church. Rosary is at 10:30 and Mass is at 11:00.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Globe Community Center Pool Will Not Be Open This Summer

The City of Globe has announced that it will not be able to open the Community Center Pool this summer because of structural problems.

The City says it will be pursuing partners and funding sources to resolve the pool issues.

If you would like to be part of the team that will bring a pool back to the community, contact Globe’s Development Services Director Chris Collopy at .

First Hamburger Fry of the Season on April 25

The first hamburger fry of the season will be held on Friday, April 25 at the Gila County Historical Society. It starts at 5:30pm.

The monthly event will continue through the spring, summer and fall on the last Friday of each month.

The cost is $7 a person.

The Globe Centennial Band will present a free concert at the first hamburger fry on April 25.

Police Log

Yesterday Globe Police arrested 32 year old Adrienne Licano for aggravated assault at a residence on West Hackney Avenue.

41 year old David Kast of Mesa was arrested for shoplifting last night at a business on Hill Street.

The Gila County Sheriff’s Office arrested 32 year old Jonathan Poeling for aggravated DUI.


Lifetime Globe-Miami resident Ramona Alverado passed away April 13 at Mountain View Hospital in Mesa. She was 73.

A Memorial  for Ramona Alverado will be held Saturday from 1 to 4:pm at Lamont Mortuary.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Globe School Board Meets Wednesday

The Globe School Board meets Wednesday at 6:pm in the High Desert Middle School Auditorium.

The meeting will include presentations about the Globe High School Tigerobitics Club and the Globe High School Cheer Stunt Team.

ADOT Reopens Roads in the White Mountains

On Wednesday (April 16) the Arizona Department of Transportation will reopen several roads in the White Mountains that have been closed for the winter.

The roads are: State Route 261 between Eager and Big Lake; State Route 273 between Sunrise Park and Big Lake; and State Route 473 between Route 260 and Hawley Lake.

Volunteer Day at Old Dominion Park

A Volunteer Day will take place on Saturday, April 26 at Old Dominion Historic Mine Park.

The community is invited to help clean trails and display areas and to secure exhibits and put up signage.

The work will start at 7:am and continue through the morning. Water and snacks will be provided.

Volunteers are asked to wear long pants and closed toe shoes, and to bring gloves, sunscreen and a hat. They can also use your rakes, hoes and clippers.

For more information call the Chamber of Commerce at 425-4495.

'More Kids in the Woods' Science Camps Offered Again This Summer

Gila Community College and the US Forest Service are again offering the popular “More Kids in the Woods” science camps  this summer.

There will be four camps split by grade level. The program is designed to help students in grades K-12 create an awareness of the environment and to become more actively engaged in their education.

Application forms are available at the Gila Pueblo campus administration office. For more information call 425-8481.