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Former restaurant building renovated to house Pinal County Federal Credit Union

Former restaurant building renovated to house Pinal County Federal Credit Union

Former restaurant building renovated to house credit union By Robby Gal | Coolidge Examiner Pinal County Federal Credit Union recently got the green light to begin construction of the project that has been in the making for over two years. Currently, Pinal County Federal Credit Union (Pinal […]

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Coolidge Council approves rezoning of land near Randolph

Coolidge Council approves rezoning of land near Randolph

Coolidge Council approves rezoning of land near Randolph By Joey Chenowith | Coolidge Examiner A controversial rezoning ordinance received Coolidge city council approval in spite of requests by neighboring Randolph residents that it be postponed due to concerns over the effect of industry in the area. The […]

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Coolidge Commission approves RV parking code

Coolidge Commission approves RV parking code

Coolidge Commission approves RV parking code by Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner After months of discussion, a newly written code dealing with the storage of recreational vehicles is set to be presented to city council for a vote on adoption. The Coolidge Planning and Zoning Commission, which […]

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New rodeo grounds at Goose OK’d

New rodeo grounds at Goose OK’d

New rodeo grounds at Goose OK’d by Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner Local rodeo lovers got some good news. A different kind of entertainment is set to bring some enthusiasm to southern Coolidge after getting the go-ahead from the planning and zoning commission. They unanimously approved a […]

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Payment to state rankles Coolidge Council

Payment to state rankles Coolidge Council

Payment to state rankles Coolidge Council By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner When there’s one hit after another, sometimes even the minor blows can feel like a knockout. That’s the sentiment the Coolidge City Council has started to express when it comes to the state legislature’s policies […]

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Designer gives latest update as Central Ave., Main St. projects moving forward in Coolidge

Designer gives latest update as Central Ave., Main St. projects moving forward in Coolidge

Designer gives latest update as Central Ave., Main St. projects moving forward in Coolidge Central scheduled to be completed by Feb. 2016 Coolidge Examiner The Coolidge City Council heard an update from city staff and the project consultants about the Central Avenue project that is expected to […]

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Coolidge approves 2% property tax hike

Coolidge approves 2% property tax hike

Coolidge approves 2% property tax hike By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner In a move that seemed to surprise even those making it, the Coolidge City Council approved an increase of the city’s property tax rate by 2 percent, the maximum allowed by the state. After a […]

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Medical marijuana: Cultivation site to open in Coolidge

Medical marijuana: Cultivation site to open in Coolidge

Medical marijuana: Cultivation site to open in Coolidge By Sarah Ruff | Maricopa Monitor When Ray Halbe found out his healthy wife had cancer, everything changed. After researching alternative methods to chemotherapy, the family decided to start using an oil extracted from marijuana to ease nausea symptoms […]

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Coolidge airport gets $150K grant

Coolidge airport gets $150K grant

Coolidge airport gets $150K grant Coolidge Municipal Airport will receive a $150,000 federal grant for rehabilitation of more than 2,000 feet of taxiway pavement. The project comes from $970,000 in critical transportation grants for rural airports in Gila, Graham and Pinal counties, announced by U.S. Rep. Ann […]

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Pinal County communities dealing with transportation, growth issues while trying to keep historical feel

Pinal County communities dealing with transportation, growth issues while trying to keep historical feel

Pinal County communities dealing with transportation, growth issues while trying to keep historical feel by Melissa Johnson | Rose Law Group Reporter Revitalization and transportation were among the top priorities discussed at Friday’s Pinal Partnership monthly breakfast. City and town officials from Maricopa, Coolidge and Florence said […]

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