Friday, April 4, 2014

Miami School Board Executive Session

The Miami School Board will have an Executive Session tonight (Monday) at 6:30 in the Miami High School Library.

The Board will receive legal advice and discuss a principal applicant.

No Board action will be taken.

Yard Sale Friday and Saturday

St. Peter’s Lutheran Church Ladies Guild holds its annual Yard Sale today (Friday) and Saturday from 8:am to 2:pm.

They also have fry bread for sale.

Fish Fry Dinners Every Friday Through April 18

Friday Fish Fry dinners continue through April 18 at the American Legion Post.

It’s from 5 to 7:pm and costs $7.

Friday 'Soupfest' Continues at Holy Angels Church

The  Soupfest at Holy Angels Catholic Church is one of Globe’s longest running traditions

The community is invited every Friday night though April 11 from 5 to 7:pm.

There is also live entertainment.

The cost is $5.

'Arizona Women in Journalism' Presentation Tonight at Bullion Plaza

Tonight’s First Friday program at the Bullion Plaza presents stories and histories of “Arizona Women in Journalism” with Pam Stevenson.

The program begins at 6:30pm at the Bullion Plaza Cultural Center and Museum in Miami.

Police Log

Yesterday Globe Police arrested 37 year old Adam Contreras on Jess Hayes Road for disorderly conduct and threats and intimidation.

29 year old John Falquez was arrested at a business on Highway 60 for public consumption.

Miami Police arrested 55 year old Johnny Reynoso on a child support warrant.

Salt River Police arrested 44 year old Benedict Tellez on a theft warrant.

The Houston County Sheriff’s office in Alabama arrested 31 year old Andrew Whidden of Globe on warrants for failure to appear in a drug offense and for forgery and tampering with a public record.

Horizon Domestic Violence Fundraiser This Saturday

The Horizon Domestic Violence Safe Home second annual fundraiser event will be held on Saturday (April 5) from 10:30am until 12:30pm at the Dream Manor Inn.

The cost for an individual ticket is $25. The cost for a table is $225.

For more information call 402-9297.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

KIKO is Back!

KIKO is back on the air.

Listen to us at 97.3 FM.

The morning show with "JB" returns Friday morning at 7:am.

Globe Active Adult Center Rummage Sale

The Globe Active Adult Center is holding a rummage sale Friday and Saturday from 8:am until 1:pm.

For more information call 425-9030

Harry Winn Memorial Shoot This Weekend

The Apache Bow Hunters present the Harry Winn Memorial Shoot  this Saturday and Sunday (April 5 and 6) at the archery range off of Russell Road in Globe.

Fees are $25 for adults and $15 for youth.

For more information call the Apache Bow Hunters Clubhouse at 425-6174.

Police Log

Yesterday morning the Gila County Sheriff’s Office arrested two people at Sunrise Mobile Home Park. 29 year old Amber Carroll was arrested on a failure to comply warrant for theft.  34 year old Joshua Ensworth was arrested for violation of a court order.

Deputies took reports of domestic incidents on Central Avenue, Woodward, and at Four Star Mobile Home Park; and a theft at Desert Fox Minerals.

Globe Police arrested 30 year old Joseph O’Kelley late last night for aggravated DUI.

64 year old Arrowhead Dewey was arrested yesterday for trespassing at a business on North Broad Street.

Officers are investigating an assault; a delayed report of a domestic disturbance; a theft; a telephone scam; and criminal damage at a home on Escudilla.  

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Police Log

Last night Globe Police arrested 64 year old Arrowhead Dewey for disorderly conduct at a business on North Broad Street.

19 year old Kiley Ortiz was arrested yesterday for shoplifting at a business on Ragus Road.

The Gila County Sheriff’s Office arrested 33 year old Raven Elbert on a warrant for burglary and theft.


Lillian Ruth Burns of Globe passed away Sunday. She was 90.
A graveside service for Lillian Burns will be held Friday (April 4) at 3:pm at Globe Cemetery

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Globe School Board Meets Tonight

The Globe School Board meets tonight (Tuesday) at 6:00 in the High Desert Middle School Auditorium.

The agenda includes an Intergovernmental Agreement with First Things first for a $45,000 grant for a preschool extended learning classroom.

White Mountain Roads to Reopen in April

On 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.

Cenpatico Awards Grants for Three Globe-Miami Projects

Cenpatico of Arizona is giving more than $117,000 in Community Reinvestment Grants to three Globe area projects. Cenpatico is the Regional Behavioral Health Authority for Gila County.

Canyonlands Healthcare will receive $50,000 to help fund a mobile dental clinic.

Inspiration Communmity Education Center will receive $15,000 for playground equipment.

San Carlos Tribal Social Services will receive $2,500 to Project Cool Down for two generators.

Miami Primary Election Set for August 26

The Town of Miami announces that the Primary Election has been set for Tuesday, August 26.

Voters will elect four Council members. Any candidate who receives a majority of the votes in the primary will be declared elected without running in the General Election.

Voters will also choose whether or not to approve a Permanent Base Adjustment to the state-imposed budget limitation.

Candidate packets will be available at the Town Clerk’s Office beginning Monday, April 28. Candidate packets must be turned in by 5:pm on Wednesday, May 28.

The deadline to register to vote in the August Primary is July 28.

This election will not be entirely by mail as it has been  in the past because it is being conducted by the Gila County Election Department. This is due to the Consolidated Elections Law passed by the Arizona Legislature in 2012.

You will receive your ballot in the mail around July 31 if you are on the permanent early ballot list and are registered with a recognized political party. If you are an Independent, you will only receive a ballot only if you request one.

Police Log

Globe Police arrested 21 year old Joshua Earven for burglary, criminal damage, assault and robbery.

Officers are investigating a report of mail theft taken at a business on Ash Street.

The Gila County Sheriff’s Office is invetsigating a theft at a residence on Hammond Street, a burglary at a residence on Pueblo Street, and a disturbance in the area of Old Oak and Railroad.

KIKO Transmitter Update

The damage to KIKO's transmitter was more extensive than believed at first. It turns out that it cannot be repaired locally, so it is being shipped to the manufacturer. We are hoping that the transmitter can be repaired and returned to us within a week or so.

Meanwhile the KIKO News Blog will resume and continue.

We are very sorry for the inconvenience.