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Ak-Chin to test water rights in court

Ak-Chin to test water rights in court by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa The Ak-Chin Indian Community is taking the Central Arizona Water Conservation District to court after the authority said it would begin denying the tribe access to water guaranteed to them by federal mandate. Ak-Chin filed […]

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Ak-Chin files suit against CAP for water threats

Ak-Chin files suit against CAP for water threats by Kevin Reagan | Maricopa Monitor The Ak-Chin Indian Community has filed suit against the Central Arizona Water Conservation District after its water rights recently came under threat. Lawyers filed a complaint Tuesday in federal court to ensure the […]

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Getting to know the Ak-Chin Industrial Park Board

Getting to know the Ak-Chin Industrial Park Board

Getting to know the Ak-Chin Industrial Park Board by InMaricopa The Ak-Chin Industrial Park Board was established by the Ak-Chin Community Council to develop, operate and manage the Community’s industrial properties. It is responsible for the marketing, development and management of Santa Cruz Commerce Center, the property […]

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Ak-Chin Indian Community swears in new Tribal Council

Ak-Chin Indian Community swears in new Tribal Council

Ak-Chin Indian Community swears in new Tribal Council by AZ Business Leaders The Ak-Chin Indian Community elected Robert Miguel as chairman, Gabriel Lopez as vice-chairman, and Delia Carlyle, Ann Antone and Alvin Antone as council members. Miguel and Lopez will serve four-year terms, and the three council […]

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Ak-Chin Indian Community chooses Miguel in historic election

Ak-Chin Indian Community chooses Miguel in historic election

Ak-Chin Indian Community chooses Miguel in historic election by Mason Callejas | inMaricopa Voting members of the Ak-Chin Indian Community elected incumbent chairman Robert Miguel Nov. 19 in what was the first-ever direct election of the position. The council adopted a new constitution in July that altered […]

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UltraStar celebrates four years at Ak-Chin Circle

UltraStar celebrates four years at Ak-Chin Circle

UltraStar celebrates four years at Ak-Chin Circle by David Yankus | Maricopa Monitor The Ak-Chin Indian Community and the UltraStar Multi-tainment Center at Ak-Chin Circle is celebrating its fourth anniversary this Saturday with all day fun including family-friendly dollar deals and evening entertainment for adults 21 and […]

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Water plays a key role in economic development for Native American communities

Water plays a key role in economic development for Native American communities

Water plays a key role in economic development for Native American communities by Charles L. Carlyle, Chairman of the Ak-Chin Industrial Park Board in Phoenix Business Journal Managing water resources here in the arid Southwest has always been an issue. For the most part, annual rainfall and […]

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The advantages of locating a commercial building on Native American land

The advantages of locating a commercial building on Native American land

The advantages of locating a commercial building on Native American land by Charles L. Carlyle | Phoenix Business Journal When looking for new sites, food processing facilities typically want to be in operation in six to 12 months. To reduce the time involved, companies often limit their search […]

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Harrah’s Ak-Chin expansion means changing dining experience

Harrah’s Ak-Chin expansion means changing dining experience Artist rendering of the what the finished expansion may look like. Expansion at Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino means more than just 230 added hotel rooms. All of the venue’s dining establishments will have changes, and a new restaurant will be in […]

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In recognition of a hero Milton “Paul” Antone

In recognition of a hero Milton “Paul” Antone

In recognition of a hero Service honors former Ak-Chin chief By MARK COWLING | Florence Reminder Milton “Paul” Antone, the Ak-Chin chief of police who was killed in the line of duty in 1983, was remembered at the annual Pinal County Peace Officers Memorial Service on May 5. […]

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