Baby step by baby step, the Gila County Provisional Community College District is moving toward independence, which for two decades has glimmered on the horizon like a mirage.

“We’ve got a lot of new faculty and a lot of new programs. We own our own buildings, and we are financially sound,” said Governing Board Chair Jan Brocker.

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