Apr 10, 2013
Young Arizona leaders pushing 'Manifesto Project' to help transform state
Young leaders interested in making positive changes in the state, becoming involved in boards and organizations and getting their voices heard by the older generation converged upon SeedSpot Tuesday night to attend the first grassroots Manifesto Project meeting.
Apr 10, 2013
Big Bug News
News Briefs Week of April 10-17
Kevin Leonard, president of the Dewey/Humboldt Historical Society, will speak on the history of the museum, mining and tours during the Arizona Highway 89 Chamber meetng at 5:30 p.,m. on Tuesday, April 9, at the Mayer Rec Center.
Copper Basin News
9th Annual Job Fair at Signal Peak Campus set for April 4
Central Arizona College will host the 9th Annual Job Fair at the Signal Peak Campus on Thursday, April 4 in the George Young Activity Center from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Employers who have full-time, part-time, temporary or seasonal positions available are invited to be exhibitors at the Job Fair.
FD: Globe hiker falls 80 feet off cliff
Fire Department spokesman Al Gameros said the man fell at Parker's Creek, which is just off Highway 288 near Young, Arizona.
Youngs Convicted In H/O Tax Fraud Case
By Julie Wiessner Shelia Young, 47, and husband Deane Young, 47, of Heber-Overgaard were found guilty by a jury Feb.