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Mammoth P & Z announces significant changes in property maintenance

Mammoth P & Z announces significant changes in property maintenance CopperArea.com The Town of Mammoth and the Planning and Zoning Commission (PZ team) has announced two significant changes that the citizens of Mammoth should know. The first is that there have been changes made to the Property […]

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Marana investigating a solar future

Marana investigating a solar future by Danyelle Khmara | Marana News The Marana Town Council approved a resolution 5-2 to assess and possibly implement a solar-energy system that could save the town up to $5.7 million over 25 years. Since 2007, the cost of electric through Tucson […]

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‘Old Courthouse’ in Mammoth destroyed by fire

‘Old Courthouse’ in Mammoth destroyed by fire CopperArea   Mammoth Police Department is investigating the cause of a fire that destroyed a historic building on Main Street late Sunday night and early Monday morning. The initial call received by Mammoth dispatchers at 11:20 p.m. Sunday about a […]

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SR 77 to receive pavement rehabilitation

SR 77 to receive pavement rehabilitation

SR 77 to receive pavement rehabilitation CopperArea Supervisor Pete Rios wants to relay that the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) will be accepting bids for a partial “Pavement Rehabilitation Project for State Route 77 on August 25, 2017.  The  rehabilitation project will begin at MP (mile marker) 113.7  approximately […]

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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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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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Sunny & 77: New restaurant in Mammoth promises a good old fashioned great meal

Sunny & 77: New restaurant in Mammoth promises a good old fashioned great meal

Sunny & 77: New restaurant in Mammoth promises a good old fashioned great meal by Joshua Delauder | CopperArea Are you in the mood for a hotdog, hamburger or even good old fashioned ice cream? Are you looking to sit down in a nice, small old-timey café […]

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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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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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Coming Soon: Apache Sky Casino

Coming Soon: Apache Sky Casino

Coming Soon: Apache Sky Casino by Mila Besich-Lira| Copper Area Residents of the Copper Corridor will soon have a new entertainment venue to visit – the Apache Sky Casino in the Dudleyville/Mammoth area.  The San Carlos Apache Tribe is investing in the construction of a new casino […]

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