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Four new COVID-19 cases in Graham County - SAFFORD — There are four new cases of coronavirus in Graham County. The Graham County Health Department reported Tuesday that three of the cases are...
Co-op looks to sell its natural gas division - THATCHER — Graham County Co-op is considering selling off its gas division. Phil Cook, assistant general manager for Graham County Electric Co-op, explained the reasoning...
Homeless man arrested after threatening family playing at park - Safford police responded to Firth Park in Safford last Wednesday evening regarding an intoxicated homeless man using foul language and making threats. The reporting party...
Graham County Fair announces window decorating contest - SAFFORD — There may not be a midway, entertainment or carnival at this year’s Graham County Fair, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be fair...
Shoplifting suspect claims to have firearm in brief standoff with police - Safford police responded to Walmart regarding a woman who had attempted to shoplift from the store. The woman apparently made it out of the store...
Graham County waiting on testing blitz results - SAFFORD — The number of new coronavirus cases in Graham County continues to be low. There were just six new cases over the past three...
Project Luke Christmas Blessing seeks families to help - SAFFORD —The Project Luke Christmas Blessing is in search of families in need to help this holiday season. The event, put on the last 16...
Safford classrooms re-opening full-time starting Monday - SAFFORD — Safford Unified School District announced Friday that all students will resume in-class instruction full-time starting Monday, Sept. 21. The resumption of full-time classroom...
Pima reports Friday’s lone new coronavirus case - SAFFORD — Graham County Health Department reported just one new cases of COVID-19 Friday, this time in Pima. Of the 787 confirmed cases in the...
Freeport celebrates Lone Star operations - SAFFORD — Freeport-McMoRan celebrated the start of full mining operations at the Lone Star pit by presenting the Safford City Council with commemorative copper coins...