- McCluskey elected new president of DUSD board; Sweetser named clerk
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR: A request for more local opinions, more school coverage
- Group challenges Hobbs' executive order on discrimination
- Motor vehicle ‘accidents’ are rare
- Fond childhood memory remains indelible decades later
- Old 'Copper' provided lesson in gratitude
- Duncan November school board report
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- State releases updated tax withholding form
- Greenlee schools receive passing marks in latest state grades
It appears the finishing touches have been made. The big machinery is all gone that was used to remove large chu…
Weather conditions in Clifton were perfect Saturday night as the American Legion Lloyd C. Hill Post 28 played ho…
Pruning fruit trees is an essential part of tree health and the production of quality fruit. A healthy tree is better able to resist the damage done by drought, weather, insects and disease. Pruning also helps to develop structure that enable…
Donald Lunt worked more than half his life in the mining business, but it was his hobbies, not his profession, that recently earned him a spot in the Mining and Minerals Education Foundation's American Mining Hall of Fame.
Education officials around the state, including in Graham and Greenlee counties, are praising a recent decision by the Arizona Department of Education to waive school lunch fees entirely for students who already qualify for reduced-price lunches.
The Greenlee County Library branch in Duncan hopes to set community members on the path to healthier eating habits through a grant it will use to acquire kitchen equipment for loan in combination with providing related educational activities.