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Nancy Smith announces run for Potter’s Maricopa council

Nancy Smith announces run for Potter’s Maricopa council

Submitted article Nancy Smith has announced her candidacy for a two-year term on the city council to fill Leon Potter’s seat. Potter resigned to run for mayor. His seat will be filled on an interim basis until a new council member is elected in November to fill […]

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Stubbornly Adapting: Fourth- and fifth-generation cotton farmers win prestigious award

Stubbornly Adapting: Fourth- and fifth-generation cotton farmers win prestigious award

By Joey Chenoweth, Editor | Coolidge Examiner Some newfound fame for a local farming family has triggered new hope for the future of their operations while also leading them to uncover their history, which goes back further than previously imagined. Marcus D. Martin, along with his son Marcus […]

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Maricopa’s proposed budget eliminates structural deficit

Maricopa’s proposed budget eliminates structural deficit

By Kyle Daly | Maricopa Monitor The city’s proposed budget for the coming fiscal year sweeps away a previously forecasted structural deficit in which expenditures were expected to exceed revenue by $500,000. Following a review process, city staff was able to drop an original expenditure request of […]

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Maricopa’s drone to be used for marketing

Maricopa’s drone to be used for marketing

By Kyle Daly | Maricopa Monitor It’s true. Your local government has a drone. But don’t worry. Big Brother isn’t spying, and there aren’t any missiles attached. If you attended Maricopa’s 10th annual Salsa Festival on Saturday, you might have noticed a small white object hovering overhead. […]

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If mayoral race today, Price would win big, according to poll

If mayoral race today, Price would win big, according to poll

By Kyle Daly | InMaricopa.com If a mayoral election were held today between current Mayor Christian Price and former councilman Leon Potter, Price would dominate. That’s according to a recent online poll placed on InMaricopa.com’s home page last week. The poll received a total of 1,189 votes. […]

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Report: Maricopa one of state’s 10 safest cities

Report: Maricopa one of state’s 10 safest cities

By Brian Wright | Maricopa Monitor Maricopa has brought many services to its residents of late, and now has another recruiting tool for prospective businesses and residents. Movoto Real Estate released a list of the Top 10 safest cities in Arizona this week, and Maricopa came in […]

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Maricopa on the Rise – Study: Maricopa the best in Arizona for homeownership

Maricopa on the Rise – Study: Maricopa the best in Arizona for homeownership

By Adam Gaub | Maricopa Monitor A study released this month by data analysis firm NerdWallet shows Maricopa as the best bet for homeowners in Arizona. The study analyzed 64 cities across the Grand Canyon State of 10,000 residents (excluding age-restricted communities such as Sun City West) […]

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