Gila County Tax Lien Auction this Wednesday, February 22

Contribution article GLOBE – Gila County will hold its 2023 Tax Retention Sale on Wednesday, February 22 at Gila County Courthouse at 1400 E. Ash Street, Globe. Doors open at 8:00 am and bidders can register in person until 8:45 am. Auction starts at 9am. The sale will take approximately 3 hours, including time for […]

Safford’s Nabor first local to sign with EAC Soccer

EAC men’s soccer coach Bobby Peters (right) watches as Safford High School senior Derek Nabor signs his letter of intent to play soccer with the Gila Monsters next year. Nabor is the first local player to sign the new college program. – David Bell Photography/Gila Valley Central Posted By: David Bell March 8, 2023 SAFFORD […]

Searches for UFOs have increased 42% in Arizona over the last 12 months

Posted by: Staff February 20, 2023 UFO stories across the United States have recently taken over the media, with US generals announcing that nothing has been ruled out. White House National Security Council Spokesperson John Kirby told reporters on Friday The US government may never fully identify what the three objects shot down over North […]

Ciscomani launches new bipartisan Colorado River Caucus

Contribution article WASHINGTON, DC — Rep. Juan Ciscomani, Republican of Arizona, and Rep. Joe Negse, Democratic Colorado, today announced members of the 118th Congress of the seven western states affected by the rapid depletion of the Colorado River. “I am proud to launch and co-chair the bipartisan Colorado River Caucus Ciscomani conference with Congressman Neguse. […]

E. coli reduced in two Arizona waterways

– Contributed graphics/ADEQ Posted By: David Bell March 22, 2023 SIERRA VISTA — The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality announced Wednesday that two waterways in Arizona have been removed from its list of water bodies compromised by E. coli. The delisted waterways are part of Fossil Creek and the San Pedro River, bringing the total […]

Startup says the seaweed blobbing toward Florida has a silver lining

brown macroalgae native to the atlantic sargasso sea increasingly threatened Since the 2011 explosion of mats of otherwise beneficial seaweed (known as sargassum), it has impacted coastal ecosystems and communities across the Gulf of Mexico. carbon waverecently raised $5 million to put giant algal blooms to good use. researchers say Farm and sewage spills It […]

Bodies of Arizona couple found day after vehicle got stuck in floodwaters

A Phoenix-Arizona couple was found dead the day after their car got stuck in floodwaters near Payson, officials said Thursday. “The occupants of the vehicle have been located and recovery work is underway,” said the Gila County Sheriff’s Office. said in a social media post. “Once verification and notification are complete, we will release your […]

Pittsburgh delays plastic bag ban

Pittsburgh is Ban on single-use plastic bags. The city government has announced that the implementation date will be postponed from April 14th to October 14th. Previous Post: Pittsburgh is one step closer to enacting a plastic bag ban Businesses must post a notice of ban 90 days prior to the effective date. New additions to […]

Crews searching for missing couple after truck found in flooded creek near Payson

Payson, Arizona (3TV/CBS 5) — A search-and-rescue mission is underway to find the couple after their pickup truck was spotted in fast-moving flood waters near Payson. The truck was found early Wednesday morning in a creek near the Bear Flat community, about 30 kilometers away from Payson. According to the Gila County Sheriff’s Office, the […]

Tornado Tears Through Part of Los Angeles in Rare Event, at Least One Person Injured

Footage of the tornado was shared on social media, showing debris flying into the air Ringo HW Chiu/AP A rare tornado hit parts of Los Angeles, damaging buildings and injuring at least one person. The phenomenon occurred Wednesday morning in Montebello, about eight miles east of downtown Los Angeles, according to an ABC News affiliate. […]