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Angel Perez Wings of Hope Show 'N Shine welcomes donors, sponsors, volunteers

Downtown Miami is the location for this year’s Angel Perez Wings of Hope Show 'N Shine on Saturday, April 13, and now’s the time for raffle-basket sponsors, donors, volunteers and vendors …
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VFW to hold flag retirement ceremony followed by dinner

Local veterans from VFW Post 1704 will be conducting a flag retirement ceremony on Saturday, March 2, 2024.  The ceremony will begin at 2 p.m. in the rear parking lot of VFW Post 1704, 707 S. …

Globe-area woman remains missing

A flyer seeking information on missing local woman Natalie Sebastian.

Natalie Sebastian, 54, was last seen in the Little Acres area on December 23, 2023, and her family is still seeking clues to her disappearance as March 2024 approaches. A Facebook page called FIND …

Djana and Eric Pastor were this year’s Cutest Couple winners. The Pastors won a dozen roses from Anna’s Petals and dinner for two at Copper Bistro. Pictured are Eric Pastor, Djana Pastor, Copper Bistro owner Kari Courtney and Anna’s Petals owner Anna Bejarano. The contest was sponsored by Anna’s Petals and Copper Bistro.
Jennifer Martin
In loving memory of Jennifer Martin, who was born on Sept. 16, 1945 and went on to be with the Lord on May 7, 2024 at her home in Belvado Park. Jennifer was born to Martin K and Winnie Jones Sr. …
Carmen Slough
Our beloved mother, sister, grandmother, great-grandmother and aunt, Carmen Slough, died peacefully on April 27 at the age of 110 in her home. Carmen was pre-deceased by her husband Alfred …
Isabel Nobles
Isabel A. Nobles, born April 10,1920 in Pasco, Wa., passed away Feb. 13, 2024.
Luther ‘Bob’ Hopkins
Bob was born Jan. 13, 1953, in Miami, Arizona, to Bert Hopkins and Katherine James.
Darlene (Dolly) Swindler
Darlene (Dolly) Swindler, age 79, of Roosevelt, Arizona, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2024, at Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center surrounded by many loving family members.

You’re not the boss in wilderness

When my friends and I encountered the fresh grizzly bear scat, we were deep in Wyoming’s Teton Wilderness, 20 miles from a trailhead.

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