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The Safford City Council discussed, again, what they’re going to do with a federal Community Development Block Grant the city will receive next year, what they’re going to do with American Rescue Plan money and the future of water and development in the city during a council work session on Friday.
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Friends and family gathered Friday night to celebrate Thatcher High School's Class of 2021.
The Lady Wildkats of Duncan made the trip to Fort Thomas to face the Lady Apaches Tuesday, Oct. 19 in a Region 1…
Friday night the temperature in Safford finally felt like football season, as the Bulldogs welcomed the Lions of…
In a matchup between Thatcher High and ALA Gilbert North, Thatcher was defeated 49-14 Friday night. The two team…
Safford High School hosted a cross country tournament Wednesday. Among those in attendance were Fort Thomas, Tha…
Safford Schools Orchestra and Piano Director Chip Cheney and his advanced orchestra members tease a portion of t…
Dr. Fox was the first recipient of Covid-19 vaccine in Greenlee County. Dr. Fox also discusses the the new COVID…
While the number of COVID-19 cases diagnosed statewide over the last week fell, the number of cases in Graham and Greenlee counties increased. On the other hand, neither county recorded any deaths while the number of deaths statewide increased.
The Lady Wildkats of Duncan made the trip to Fort Thomas to face the Lady Apaches Tuesday, Oct. 19 in a Region 1A South matchup. It took four hotly contested games for matters to finally be resolved and in the end the Lady Apaches prevailed, 25-23, 24-26, 25-14 and 25-18.
Eastern Arizona College’s phlebotomy program for law enforcement officers from across the state is going well, said Carolyn McCormies, EAC’s director of nursing and the division chair for the college’s nursing and allied health program.
Greenlee County’s new rural development coordinator is one of 18 people nationwide to receive a year-long fellowship created to help Latino leaders in the community economic development field.