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Archive for May 2015

Former vice mayor, 4 others apply for Florence Council vacancy

Former vice mayor, 4 others apply for Florence Council vacancy

Former vice mayor, 4 others apply for Florence Council vacancy By Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder The Florence Town Council interviewed five candidates hoping to fill a vacant seat on the council at its May 18 meeting. Among other questions, the candidates were all asked what they […]

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Election 2016: Race for CD1 seat suddenly wide open

Election 2016: Race for CD1 seat suddenly wide open

Election 2016: Race for CD1 seat suddenly wide open By Howard Fischer | Casa Grande Dispatch Ann Kirkpatrick’s decision to run for the U.S. Senate has a domino effect, with her open seat in the 1st Congressional District creating a political vacuum. Republican Andy Tobin, her 2014 […]

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New group begins researching facts, figures for possible 2016 Arizona City incorporation drive

New group begins researching facts, figures for possible 2016 Arizona City incorporation drive

New group begins researching facts, figures for possible 2016 Arizona City incorporation drive By Kayne Crison | Arizona City Independent Organizers Dave Ingraham and Kim Allen expected between 10 and 15 people to show up to their informal, preliminary meeting about the possibility of Arizona City incorporation […]

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Central Arizona College honors nearly 850 graduates

Central Arizona College honors nearly 850 graduates

Central Arizona College honors nearly 850 graduates By Angela Askey, Director of Marketing Central Arizona College recognized the accomplishments of its graduates during a district commencement ceremony on Friday, May 15 at CAC’s Signal Peak Campus. After a welcome and introductions conducted by Dr. James Moore, CAC’s […]

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Pima County tax fight could affect Pinal County and CAC

Pima County tax fight could affect Pinal County and CAC

Pima County tax fight could affect Pinal County and CAC By Raquel Hendrickson | inMaricopa.com Pima lawsuit could affect Pinal taxes The Arizona FY 15-16 budget could have a $4.6 million impact to Pinal County’s budget. Just as an escalation in property tax rates becomes real for […]

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[EDITORIAL] Pinal County clerk shines light on faults of predecessor

[EDITORIAL] Pinal County clerk shines light on faults of predecessor

[EDITORIAL] Pinal County clerk shines light on faults of predecessor Casa Grande Dispatch (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) The new Pinal County clerk of the Superior Court, Amanda Stanford, has been shedding some needed light on her office since winning a hard-fought […]

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‘New Times’ says Pinal County attorney spends tax money on pot propaganda

‘New Times’ says Pinal County attorney spends tax money on pot propaganda

‘New Times’ says Pinal County attorney spends tax money on pot propaganda By Ray Stern Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles states in a recent news release that marijuana usage has increased statewide because of “looser” marijuana laws that help drug cartels, but he can’t or won’t back […]

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Pinal County jobless numbers reflect population growth

Pinal County jobless numbers reflect population growth

Pinal County jobless numbers reflect population growth By Raquel Hendrickson | inMaricopa.com Pinal jobless numbers reflect population growth Pinal County’s unemployment rate is a full point lower than it was in January. Though Pinal County’s jobless figures ticked up two-tenths of a point to 6 percent in […]

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Town of Mammoth to tighten belts; council hears additional presentation from PCSO

Town of Mammoth to tighten belts; council hears additional presentation from PCSO

Town of Mammoth to tighten belts; council hears additional presentation from PCSO by John Hernandez | San Manuel Miner More money problems have been discovered at the Town of Mammoth. On Thursday, May 7, Mammoth Mayor Don Jones hosted a Town Hall meeting at the Community Center […]

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Coolidge city manager’s office to go it alone in personnel cuts

Coolidge city manager’s office to go it alone in personnel cuts

Coolidge city manager’s office to go it alone in personnel cuts By Joey Chenowith | Coolidge Examiner An unexpected statement by the mayor has led the city staff to go back to the drawing board to accommodate the personnel requests of the Coolidge City Council. Mayor Jon […]

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