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Copper Splash: Art & Mystery

Copper Splash Art is as varied as copper itself and artists take full advantage of the mystery of the medium as they work with it to create framed art, filagreed vases like the one below and jewelry. The video above was shot by GlobeMiamiTimes in 2010 in Globe, Arizona, where …

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Gila County Supervisor Tommie Cline Martin Selected as Chair of National Association of Counties Public Lands Steering Committee

FRANKLIN COUNTY, OH (July 31, 2017) – Last week, Gila County Supervisor Tommie Martin was appointed chair of the Public Lands Steering Committee of the National Association of Counties (NACo).  NACo President, Commissioner Roy Charles Brooks, of Tarrant County, Texas, announced the appointment at the NACo Annual Conference last week …

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Local Lakes

The Southern Gila County region holds some of the best state records for fish. Apache and Roosevelt Lakes, which host numerous tournaments in the area, hold a number of these records. Fall and winter are known as a great time for fishing in these waters; many state record fish were …

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IDA awarded $400,000 Brownfields Grant

SAN FRANCISCO – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that the Gila County Industrial Development Authority (IDA) will receive $400,000 in federal funds to support revitalization and redevelopment efforts. Awarded through the Assessment, Revolving Loan Fund and Cleanup (ARC) grant program, these funds are part of $55.2 million being invested …

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Brownfields Assessment Grant secured by IDA

GLOBE-The Industrial Development Authority of Gila County was recently awarded a Brownfields Assessment Grant through the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Banks now require all commercial buildings and properties to conduct a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment prior to obtaining traditional bank financing. The fee for a Phase I …

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Downhill Trail Biking in the Pinals

  The Pinal Mountains offer some of the best downhill riding in the state and have long been a major attraction for downhill cyclists − for good reason. Places where you can drive up into the mountains and ride down a trail aren’t all that common. It’s cooler, too, at …

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