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Archive for April 2017

Congressman Tom O’Halleran talks Obamacare, internet privacy and immigration

Congressman Tom O’Halleran talks Obamacare, internet privacy and immigration

Congressman Tom O’Halleran talks Obamacare, internet privacy and immigration by Jim Nintzel | Explorer Congressman Tom O’Halleran is in his first term representing Congressional District 1, which includes Oro Valley and Marana, as well as Flagstaff and much of eastern rural Arizona. He recently appeared for a one-on-one […]

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Residents warned about water in San Tan Valley

Residents warned about water in San Tan Valley by Rudy Rivas | ABC 15 Residents in San Tan Valley are being warned about the tap water again. Johnson Utilities sent a letter to residents warning them of high levels of nitrate in parts of the Copper Basin […]

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A different groundbreaking at the Windmill

A different groundbreaking at the Windmill

A different groundbreaking at the Windmill by Mark Cowling | PinalCentral Horses are part of the Windmill’s charm, so they were included on this special occasion. In a different sort of groundbreaking ceremony, Mayor Tara Walter gets ready to plow the field south of the Windmill Winery […]

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San Tan Valley residents tell town council they want to be heard regarding proposed annexations

San Tan Valley residents tell town council they want to be heard regarding proposed annexations by Wendy Miller | Queen Creek Independent Saying their voices have not been heard during negotiations, San Tan Valley residents were vocal April 19 in their disapproval of the town of Queen […]

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New book examines decline in sheep industry in Pinal, across the country

New book examines decline in sheep industry in Pinal, across the country

New book examines decline in sheep industry in Pinal, across the country by Melissa St. Aude | Casa Grande Dispatch With her latest book, “Where Have All The Sheep Gone?,” author and historical geographer Barbara Jaquay hopes to shine a light on an industry that’s been on […]

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I-10 safety corridor nets more stops, citations

I-10 safety corridor nets more stops, citations

I-10 safety corridor nets more stops, citations by Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch It has been four months since a safety corridor was designated for the stretch of Interstate 10 between Casa Grande and Chandler. But is the freeway any safer? New data released by the […]

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Pollack study shows hotel demand growing

Pollack study shows hotel demand growing

Pollack study shows hotel demand growing by Apache Junction Independent A recently released study by Elliott Pollack and Co. provides some good news based on Pinal County’s economic development efforts over the past two years, according to a press release. Pollack’s survey –“Lodging Market Study Pinal County, […]

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Enacting override: Increase of 25 cents per $100 assessed valuation OK’d in fire board’s 5-0 vote

Enacting override: Increase of 25 cents per $100 assessed valuation OK’d in fire board’s 5-0 vote by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent Five months after voters on Nov. 8 approved a temporary tax override measure, the Superstition Fire and Medical District Governing Board voted […]

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Robson Ranch residents peeved at complaints, coverage of outage

Robson Ranch residents peeved at complaints, coverage of outage by Tanner Clinch | Casa Grande Dispatch A number of residents of Robson Ranch are up in arms concerning the complaints reported by other residents about a water outage in the senior community on Friday. The outage was […]

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Pinal County working with the AZ State Land Dept to Begin work on Gantzel Road Extension

Pinal County working with the AZ State Land Dept to Begin work on Gantzel Road Extension

Pinal County working with the AZ State Land Dept to Begin work on Gantzel Road Extension SanTanValley.com Since 2002, the idea of connecting Gantzel Road to Hunt Highway has been in the plans for Pinal County. To the 90,000+ residents who live in the area, that road […]

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