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Pima, Thatcher OK franchise agreements with Southwest Gas

THATCHER — Pima and Thatcher residents overwhelmingly approved franchise agreements between the towns and Southwest Gas on Tuesday. Graham County Elections reports 85.22 percent of Thatcher ballots cast, and 83.03 percent in Pima, approved the agreement between the utility provider and the towns. The single-issue election in each town...
THATCHER, AZ
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Unsafe lane change leads to collision, citations in Thatcher

THATCHER – An unsafe lane change lead to a collision on U.S. Highway 70 in Thatcher on Friday and to both drivers receiving citations. There were no injuries listed. Authorities were initially dispatched at about 2:51 p.m. to the area of the 2300 block of U.S. Highway 70 regarding a two-vehicle collision.
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New Trail to Bring Expanded Access to Gila River in Graham County

SAFFORD, Ariz. — Today, Trust for Public Land (TPL), in partnership with Graham County and Gila Watershed Partnership (GWP), announce the donation of five trail easements that will enable the development of a 5-mile stretch of linear park and recreation trail adjacent to the Gila River. The river, a...
GRAHAM COUNTY, AZ

Angle Orchard celebrates 100 years

"This is our 100th year and we're grateful for the opportunity to continue our ancestor's legacy." - Emily Clonts. In 1922 Andrew Preston and Viola Angle planted acres of apple trees on the eastern end of the Pinaleno Mountains in southeastern Arizona. Angle Orchard sits at approximately 5000 feet elevation in the National Forest on Mt. Graham just above Noon Creek campground.
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Power costs to rise in Thatcher

THATCHER — Starting July 1, Thatcher electric consumers can expect to pay a bit more. During adoption of the preliminary 2022-23 budget Monday, the Thatcher Town Council agreed to raise electric rates by 10 percent starting July 1. The town’s electric consultant suggested a 20 percent increase for the...
THATCHER, AZ
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Billie Ruth Clifford Lucas

Billie Ruth Clifford Lucas was born January 26, 1934, to William and Eula Moore Hill in Lordsburg, N.M. She was the 5th of nine children. Billie moved to Safford as a young child and graduated from Pima High School. Billie met and married Gordon Clifford in 1955. To that marriage...
SAFFORD, AZ
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Softball Splits On Day One Of Region Tournament

The Yavapai College softball team earned hosting rights to the NJCAA Division I Region I Tournament and split its first two games of the tournament on Friday afternoon at Bill Vallely Field, defeating the Pima Community College Aztecs 8-0 before falling to the Central Arizona College Vaqueras with a score of 5-3.
PIMA, AZ
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Eastern Arizona College Celebrates 133rd Commencement Ceremony

THATCHER, Ariz. — Eastern Arizona College celebrated its 133rd Commencement Ceremony at John Mickelson Stadium by awarding 661 degrees and certificates to 434 graduates. College faculty and staff, elected officials, and friends and families honored graduates from EAC and its joint degree program with Arizona State University. The audience...
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Eastern Arizona College celebrates 133rd Commencement Ceremony

THATCHER – Eastern Arizona College celebrated its 133rd Commencement Ceremony at John Mickelson Stadium by awarding 661 degrees and certificates to 434 graduates. College faculty and staff, elected officials, and friends and families honored graduates from EAC and its joint degree program with Arizona State University. The audience received...
THATCHER, AZ
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FBI findings concerning Pima now in County Attorney’s hands

PIMA — An investigation by the FBI involving the Town of Pima has taken place, but what that investigation centers on has not yet been made public. During Tuesday’s Town Council meeting, Pima resident Lois McLellan inquired on the status of the investigation, and asked if council members and town staff had seen the report.
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