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Countdown to kindergarten: Learning good habits now for success later - Eastern Arizona Courier
The first day of kindergarten is quickly approaching. Some children find this to be a very exciting time. Others may be hesitant about it and begin to ask questions. There is much a family can do to get a child ready for the transition, including helping ...
Project Luke brings back Gordon Mote for benefit concert - Eastern Arizona Courier
SAFFORD — Project Luke celebrates its 10th year of Christmas blessings for the needy of the Gila Valley by bringing back Gordon Mote for a benefit concert. Mote’s appearance a year ago brought down the house with his gifted keyboard skills, songs of ...
Heritage and history: Gila Valley honors the builders of a nation - Eastern Arizona Courier
THATCHER — This weekend, the Gila Valley held the annual Pioneer Days. Friday kicked off the celebration with a musical variety show. Held at the David M. Player Center for the Arts, the show was hosted by Eastern Arizona College’s Dr. Gary Sorensen ...
Taxes owed? Not really - Eastern Arizona Courier
SAFFORD — The Web site for the Graham County Treasurer’s office shows that a candidate for the state legislature owes nearly $28,000 in delinquent taxes. But the treasurer says the candidate doesn’t owe the money. The Web site shows that nine ...
Olga O. Glosser - Eastern Arizona Courier
Olga O. Glosser, 80, of Clifton, entered into eternal rest Monday morning, July 21, 2014, at her residence, with her children and grandchildren at her bedside. Services for Olga are currently pending and will be announced at a later date.
The dream remains for World Series berth - Eastern Arizona Courier
Four teams remained in the hunt for the Arizona 11-12 Little League state title Sunday morning, following 23 games in six days (July 15 – 19) at Peoria’s Rio Vista Community Park. District 8 champion Nogales National (4-1) met District 3 champion ...
Daisy Mae Cannon is a true Greenlee County legend - Eastern Arizona Courier
Daisy Mae Cannon is a legend in Greenlee County. She has for decades been a colorful and admirable fixture in Greenlee. As one close friend of hers once described Daisy, “She has a big heart, and cares deeply about people. She says what she means and ...
State Rep race draws variety of contributors - Eastern Arizona Courier
SIERRA VISTA — Political campaigns are centered around issues, and in today’s world of elections a major issue, in most elections, is money and who is donating. While fund-raising for congressional and national offices reaches millions of dollars ...
I Remember: Getting clothes for school at Bellman’s store - Eastern Arizona Courier
Every year, from about the middle of August 1954 until about 1961, my mother would dutifully take me down to Bellman’s Department Store to shop for school clothes. Back then, we did not have the big box stores, and, actually, Bellman’s was the only ...
Clifton House RV Park along river is moving forward - Eastern Arizona Courier
It is unlikely it will involve any controversy when the owner of the Clifton House RV Park again goes before the Clifton Board of Adjustment. The request by Lynn Ray, owner of the park, which is still under construction, is simply to install a “flood ...