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Archive for November 2016

Coolidge citizens to receive much-needed flood relief

Coolidge citizens to receive much-needed flood relief

Coolidge citizens to receive much-needed flood relief by Robby Gal | Coolidge Examiner When City of Coolidge Mayor Jon Thompson and City Manager Rick Miller took a tour around town of recent projects tapped by city council to improve the quality of life of the citizens, one […]

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$25M country club for car buffs slated for 280-acre Pinal site

$25M country club for car buffs slated for 280-acre Pinal site

$25M country club for car buffs slated for 280-acre Pinal site By Mike Sunnucks and Steven Totten | Phoenix Business Journal A Scottsdale group has picked a site in Pinal County for development of a $25 million, 280-acre private club for car enthusiasts. Scottsdale-based Private Motorsports Group […]

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Arizona wins 2,000-worker, $700M auto plant in Casa Grande

Arizona wins 2,000-worker, $700M auto plant in Casa Grande

Arizona wins 2,000-worker, $700M auto plant in Casa Grande by Eric Jay Toll  | Phoenix Business Journal Casa Grande in Pinal County is the new home of a 500-acre, $700 million, 2,000-employee automotive manufacturer. Menlo Park, California-based Lucid Motors will build an electric vehicle manufacturing facility in […]

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O’Halleran undecided about Pelosi leadership in House

O’Halleran undecided about Pelosi leadership in House

O’Halleran undecided about Pelosi leadership in House by Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch Incoming U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran, D-Sedona, says he’s not sure whether to support a change in Democratic leadership in the House of Representatives. The congressman-elect has spent the last few days in the […]

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Medical marijuana: Pinal dispensary backing ballot proposal for 2018

Medical marijuana: Pinal dispensary backing ballot proposal for 2018

Medical marijuana: Pinal dispensary backing ballot proposal for 2018 by Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services Less than a month after voters rejected allowing marijuana for recreational use, there’s a new — and scaled back — proposal emerging for the 2018 ballot. The initiative crafted by operators […]

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Casa Grande to trade water for greenhouse electricity

Casa Grande to trade water for greenhouse electricity

Casa Grande to trade water for greenhouse electricity by Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch The city has agreed to exchange its surplus wastewater for cheaper electricity produced by a new greenhouse facility. Two agreements were authorized by the Casa Grande City Council on Monday with nFlux […]

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Pinal legislators have prime seats at the table

Pinal legislators have prime seats at the table

Pinal legislators have prime seats at the table by Kelly Fisher | Casa Grande Dispatch Recently announced Republican leadership appointments may give Pinal County representatives in the 53rd Arizona Legislature the best seat at the table they have had in years. Senate President-elect Steve Yarbrough has named […]

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New MakerLab at Central Arizona College Provides Learning Opportunities for Students and Community

New MakerLab at Central Arizona College Provides Learning Opportunities for Students and Community

New MakerLab at Central Arizona College Provides Learning Opportunities for Students and Community by: Angela Askey, Executive Director Public Relations and Marketing (NEWS RELEASE) Central Arizona College recently implemented a MakerLab at the Signal Peak Campus. This new collaborative learning space is open to students, faculty, staff […]

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Ninth Circuit ruling means South Mountain Freeway will continue

Ninth Circuit ruling means South Mountain Freeway will continue

Ninth Circuit ruling means South Mountain Freeway will continue inMaricopa The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has denied a request by Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway opponents for an emergency injunction pending appeal, a ruling that keeps the Arizona Department of Transportation project on track to […]

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ED3 announces rate decrease for 2017

ED3 announces rate decrease for 2017

ED3 announces rate decrease for 2017 inMaricopa The Electrical District No. 3 (ED3) board of directors approved its 2017 budget and announced the 2017 electric rates will go down an average of 3.16 percent for residential, commercial, small industrial, large industrial and agriculture. William Stacy, CEO and […]

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