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Tamatha Villar sworn in as police chief for Hayden, Mammoth

Tamatha Villar sworn in as police chief for Hayden, Mammoth by Jennifer Carnes | CopperArea Tamatha “Tami” Villar has come home. Oh, sure. She has never lived in the Copper Corridor. But this is home for her. On June 1, she officially took her place at the […]

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Hayden sees its dying days

Hayden sees its dying days

Hayden sees its dying days by Trey Ross | Arizona Sonora News It’s not a ghost town but it feels like one. The streets of Hayden are lined with boarded-up businesses — Grimebusters Laundry, Casa Rivera Restaurant, an appliance store — and abandoned schools. Crumbling churches have […]

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Air quality flags are flying in Hayden and Winkelman

Air quality flags are flying in Hayden and Winkelman

Air quality flags are flying in Hayden and Winkelman CopperArea Colored flags are flying, Monday through Friday, at the Town Hall of both Hayden and Winkelman, as well as local libraries and post offices, in a cooperative effort between Town officials and the Arizona Department of Environmental […]

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Kearny pulls out of joint chief selection; Hayden and Mammoth to hire shared chief

Kearny pulls out of joint chief selection; Hayden and Mammoth to hire shared chief by Mila Besich-Lira | CopperArea During a special Kearny Town Council meeting on Friday, March 10, the Kearny Town Council voted to no longer participate in the selection process for a shared Chief […]

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Copper Corridor Community Food Hub becoming a reality

Copper Corridor Community Food Hub becoming a reality

Copper Corridor Community Food Hub becoming a reality by John Hernandez | CopperArea Imagine if local schools were able to source local produce to serve to children. This is the most basic reasoning behind the partnership of the two economic development groups in the Copper Corridor. They […]

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Proposed ADEQ rules for limiting smelter lead dust, sulfur dioxide emissions open to public comment

Proposed ADEQ rules for limiting smelter lead dust, sulfur dioxide emissions open to public comment

Proposed ADEQ rules for limiting smelter lead dust, sulfur dioxide emissions open to public comment Interested parties have until Jan. 9 to provide input on regs affecting Hayden, Miami copper smelters by James Hodl | Copper Area Citizens and businesses have the opportunity to comment on proposed […]

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Regional Chief of Police – One Step Closer to happening

Regional Chief of Police – One Step Closer to happening

Regional Chief of Police – One Step Closer to happening By Mila Besich-Lira |Copper Area For well over a year, the communities of Hayden, Kearny and Mammoth have been without a police chief.  As budgets continue to get tighter and revenues remaining stagnant, cost sharing is starting […]

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Hayden to hire David Blue as police chief

Hayden to hire David Blue as police chief

Hayden to hire David Blue as police chief by Mila Besich-Lira | Copper Area In a unanimous vote, the Hayden Town Council voted to hire David Blue as the police chief of Hayden.  Should he accept the position he would serve the town of Hayden and then […]

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Asarco plans layoffs at Pinal operations

Asarco plans layoffs at Pinal operations

 Asarco plans layoffs at Pinal operations Casa Grande Dispatch Copper-mining giant Asarco announced plans Friday to shut down a Pinal County ore concentrator and may lay off more than 200 workers. Asarco said in a press release that “current market conditions” require cutbacks in personnel and operations. […]

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Complex ADR formula used to determine ASARCO 75% drop in valuation for local property taxes

Complex ADR formula used to determine ASARCO 75% drop in valuation for local property taxes

Complex ADR formula used to determine ASARCO 75% drop in valuation for local property taxes By James Hodl  Copper Area News  Residents of Hayden and Winkelman will likely cringe when they receive their 2014-15 property tax bills in October. The expected higher rates approved in mid-August by the Gila […]

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