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Casa Grande commission to discuss Tractor Supply and PhoenixMart matters

Casa Grande commission to discuss Tractor Supply and PhoenixMart matters

Casa Grande commission to discuss Tractor Supply and PhoenixMart matters Consideration of a major site plan for a Tractor Supply Co. distribution center and a change in land use designation for PhoenixMart are scheduled for discussion at Thursday’s Casa Grande Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. The meeting […]

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[SUNDAY FEATURE] Aliens ‘haunting’ Casa Grande property?

[SUNDAY FEATURE] Aliens ‘haunting’ Casa Grande property?

[SUNDAY FEATURE] Aliens ‘haunting’ Casa Grande property? By Shari Rose | The Arizona Republic Once a cutting-edge electronics manufacturing plant, the abandoned group of domed structures found off Interstate 8 is the center of teenage shenanigans and supernatural rumors. Built by InnerConn Technology Inc. in 1982, the […]

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Lawsuit against Florence challenges annexations

Lawsuit against Florence challenges annexations

Lawsuit against Florence challenges annexations santanvalley.com  A lawsuit was filed September 24th, against the Town of Florence, challenging their recent annexation attempts of Magic Ranch, Crestfield Manor, Wild Horse Estates and surrounding areas. The annexation that was recently approved, added 4,300 residents and six square miles into […]

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Eloy farmer fights ‘non-ag’ reclassification

Eloy farmer fights ‘non-ag’ reclassification

Eloy farmer fights ‘non-ag’ reclassification By Melissa St. Aude | Casa Grande Dispatch At Lucky Nickel Ranch in Eloy, while another crop of snap peas, kale, cabbage and other veggies is soon to be planted, owner Michael McKenzie is battling the Pinal County Assessor’s Office to prove […]

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Central Arizona College considers Signal Peak Campus renovations

Central Arizona College considers Signal Peak Campus renovations

Central Arizona College considers Signal Peak Campus renovations By Rodney Haas | Casa Grande Dispatch The Central Arizona College Governing Board is looking into the possibility of a major overhaul of buildings at the college’s Signal Peak Campus through the use of revenue bonds, which are repaid […]

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Eloy takes on $290M deal with ICE to house immigrant families

Eloy takes on $290M deal with ICE to house immigrant families

Eloy takes on $290M deal with ICE to house immigrant families By Lora Neu | Eloy Enterprise After some back and forth between the city and Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), Eloy has moved to suspend its budgeted Alternative Expenditure Limitation to accommodate a $290 million pass-through […]

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Feds order six AZ plants to clear national park skies by cutting emissions

Feds order six AZ plants to clear national park skies by cutting emissions

Feds order six AZ plants to clear national park skies by cutting emissions By: Brittany Bade, Cronkite News Newly announced emissions restrictions on six Arizona plants aim to reduce haze over 17 federal areas in the Southwest, including the Grand Canyon. The Colorado River flows through the Grand […]

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Coolidge to reduce bus fares

Coolidge to reduce bus fares

Coolidge to reduce bus fares By Joey Chenoweth Coolidge Examiner COOLIDGE — Changes are coming to the Cotton Express and CART transit systems, and they will likely be looked upon favorably by riders. Continued:   

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Ak-Chin receives Water Reuse Project of the Year award

Ak-Chin receives Water Reuse Project of the Year award

Ak-Chin receives Water Reuse Project of the Year award Submitted by The Ak-Chin Indian Community The Ak-Chin Indian Community UltraStar Multi-tainment Center at Ak-Chin Circle and Central Plant has been named the AZ Water Association’s 2014 Water Reuse Project of the Year. The two buildings were recognized […]

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ASARCO launches Hayden smelter into second century with plans for $110 million upgrade

ASARCO launches Hayden smelter into second century with plans for $110 million upgrade

ASARCO launches Hayden smelter into second century with plans for $110 million upgrade By John Huntington | Pinal Nugget For more than a century, Hayden and copper smelting have been synonymous. In fact, Hayden started as essentially a company town providing housing for workers at the nearby […]

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