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90,000-square-foot indoor manufacturing facility planned for Tomahawk and Baseline at P&Z Jan. 23

90,000-square-foot indoor manufacturing facility planned for Tomahawk and Baseline at P&Z Jan. 23

90,000-square-foot indoor manufacturing facility planned for Tomahawk and Baseline at P&Z Jan. 23 by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent Rezoning an 8-acre property to allow the construction of a 90,000-square-foot indoor manufacturing facility just north of the northwest corner of South Tomahawk Road and […]

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Public Hearing Regarding the Use of CDBG Funds Set for Feb. 12

Public Hearing Regarding the Use of CDBG Funds Set for Feb. 12 [NEWS RELEASE] The city of Apache Junction is expected to receive an estimated $150,000 in federal Community Development Block Grant funds for the fiscal year ending June 30 from the Arizona Department of Housing Regional […]

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Superstition Area Land Trust preserving open spaces

Superstition Area Land Trust preserving open spaces by Charlie Goff, special to the Independent Editor’s note: The Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent e-mailed more than a dozen local nonprofits a list of questions. This is from The Superstition Area Land Trust. The Superstition Area Land Trust, an all-volunteer […]

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Desert bighorn sheep translocated to Goldfield Mountains

Desert bighorn sheep translocated to Goldfield Mountains

Desert bighorn sheep translocated to Goldfield Mountains by Apache Junction Independent The next time you’re out hiking or just meandering in the Goldfield Mountains north of Apache Junction, take a good look around. If you’re lucky, maybe way up high on the crags, you’ll see one or […]

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Nov. 14 meeting on medical-marijuana building planned in Apache Junction

Nov. 14 meeting on medical-marijuana building planned in Apache Junction

Nov. 14 meeting on medical-marijuana building planned in Apache Junction by Apache Junction Independent Constructing a building at a medical marijuana cultivation and infusion facility at 1575 E. 18th Ave. will be discussed at the 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14, meeting of the Apache Junction Planning and […]

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Traffic plan for ‘18 Arizona Renaissance Festival discussed

Traffic plan for ‘18 Arizona Renaissance Festival discussed by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent The Arizona State Transportation Board learned that in early 2017 there was an 11-mile backup on U.S. Highway 60 because of traffic at the Arizona Renaissance Festival. “There’s some congestion […]

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$72,000 may be given to Apache Junction health, human services organizations

$72,000 may be given to Apache Junction health, human services organizations by Apache Junction Independent The city’s health and human services commission is recommending that $72,000 be given to four organizations that asked for a total of $137,000. The Apache Junction City Council will listen to a […]

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Fry’s Marketplace opens in Apache Junction

Fry’s Marketplace opens in Apache Junction

Fry’s Marketplace opens in Apache Junction by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent Hundreds of local residents lined up early to see the new Fry’s Marketplace Store at 150 E. Old West Highway in Apache Junction on its grand opening day Friday, Oct. 27. It […]

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P&Z votes 5-1 in favor of KOA-style campground at Tomahawk and U.S. 60 in Apache Junction

P&Z votes 5-1 in favor of KOA-style campground at Tomahawk and U.S. 60 in Apache Junction

P&Z votes 5-1 in favor of KOA-style campground at Tomahawk and U.S. 60 in Apache Junction by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent Rezoning property for a KOA-style campground with cabins and recreational vehicle spots with sewer hook-ups and campsites was approved in a 5-1 […]

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Meetings scheduled on alternatives for Apache Trail west of Apache Junction

Meetings scheduled on alternatives for Apache Trail west of Apache Junction

Meetings scheduled on alternatives for Apache Trail west of Apache Junction by Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent The Arizona Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration have scheduled two open house meetings on Monday, Nov. 6, to allow the public to learn about and […]

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