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2 Pinal national monuments affected by Trump order

2 Pinal national monuments affected by Trump order

2 Pinal national monuments affected by Trump order by Rofida Khairalla | Casa Grande Dispatch Two of Pinal County’s national monuments could lose their federal government protected status. On Wednesday, President Donald Trump issued an executive order asking for the review of 24 national monuments. The review […]

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Mining expansion leaves Florence community uneasy

Mining expansion leaves Florence community uneasy

Mining expansion leaves Florence community uneasy by Kaly Nasiff | Cronkite News Arizona’s economy has been built historically on the 5 cs: cotton, citrus, cattle, climate and copper. The state’s mining industry – Arizona makes up 65 percent of copper production in the United States – employs […]

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Economic development strategic plan calls for total buy-in

Economic development strategic plan calls for total buy-in by Joey Chenoweth | Maricopa Monitor A report on the city’s economic development strategic plan has brought forth positive and negative signs about what could happen in the future. The City Council contracted IO.INC in December to create a […]

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Queen Creek continues process to annex two San Tan Valley properties

Queen Creek continues process to annex two San Tan Valley properties by Constance Halonen-Wilson | Town of Queen Creek Mayor: ‘Any taxes assessed by the (Pinal) county will continue to be collected by Pinal County’ At its April 19 regular meeting, the Queen Creek Town Council held two public […]

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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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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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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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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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Coolidge State of the City focuses on budget, accomplishments

Coolidge State of the City focuses on budget, accomplishments

Coolidge State of the City focuses on budget, accomplishments by Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner Mayor Jon Thompson touted the work the city of Coolidge has done across the board over the past year, but also spoke frankly about the financial struggles that have persisted. Fighting a […]

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Goodman calls for do-over on Pinal salary survey item

Goodman calls for do-over on Pinal salary survey item by Kelly Fisher | Casa Grande Dispatch In a rare move, Pinal County Supervisor Mike Goodman called a special session Friday morning to rediscuss an item passed at Wednesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, and that is likely to […]

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