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Mother of a Metal: The history and future of Resolution Copper’s Superior Mine

Mother of a Metal: The history and future of Resolution Copper’s Superior Mine

Mother of a Metal: The history and future of Resolution Copper’s Superior Mine by Keridwen Cornelius | Phoenix Magazine It’s raining nearly 7,000 feet underground. The slick, sprayed concrete “rock” in this man-made cavern is striped with Mars-orange and alien-green algae. Calcification blooms into what look like […]

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Along the Gila: Keeping the Copper Corridor Beautiful

Along the Gila: Keeping the Copper Corridor Beautiful

Along the Gila: Keeping the Copper Corridor Beautiful By Sam Hosler | CopperArea I bet you noticed the bright colors in Superior, not on the front of the downtown buildings, but on the back. The purpose of the paint job is simple: to make people aware that […]

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Arizona Water Company seeks substantial rate increases for towns along the Copper Corridor

Arizona Water Company seeks substantial rate increases for towns along the Copper Corridor

Arizona Water Company seeks substantial rate increases for towns along the Copper Corridor by James Hodl | CopperArea Residents along the Copper Corridor served by the Arizona Water Co. (AWC) could see a substantial increase in their water bills next year if the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) […]

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Resolution mine official calls permitting process a barrier to business

Resolution mine official calls permitting process a barrier to business by Dustin Quiroz | Cronkite News The proposed Resolution Copper Mine in Pinal County would be operating by now in most countries, but is still years away from getting all the permits it needs to begin mining […]

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U.S. Forest Service seeks public input on criteria for Resolution Copper mining debris tailings site

U.S. Forest Service seeks public input on criteria for Resolution Copper mining debris tailings site

U.S. Forest Service seeks public input on criteria for Resolution Copper mining debris tailings site by James Hodl | CopperArea Officials with the U.S. Forest Service and Tonto National Forest will conduct two public workshops this month to collect information on what the public deems important with […]

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Pinal mine protesters hold more marches

Pinal mine protesters hold more marches

Pinal mine protesters hold more marches by Shania Alba | Cronkite News More than 75 mining opponents flocked to San Carlos to protest mining they believe could destroy sacred Apache land known as Oak Flat. Protesters walked 40 miles in two days in February, starting on the […]

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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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What is to become of Apache Leap? Area now under special management

What is to become of Apache Leap? Area now under special management

What is to become of Apache Leap? Area now under special management by Cat Brown | CopperArea The Town of Superior is nestled in the shadows of the Apache Leap mountain. It’s an iconic face of the town. The mountain and its future has been a hot […]

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Pinal Partnership January breakfast recap: Pinal mayors discuss the year ahead

Pinal Partnership January breakfast recap: Pinal mayors discuss the year ahead

Pinal Partnership January breakfast recap: Pinal mayors discuss the year ahead by Mark Cowling | Casa Grande Dispatch Pinal County’s new mayors discussed what they hope to do in 2017 and what keeps them up at night at a Pinal Partnership breakfast Friday at the Florence Library […]

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Recreational Users Group debate plan for Apache Leap

Recreational Users Group debate plan for Apache Leap CopperArea The Recreational Users Group meeting this month included a presentation by the United States Forest Service about the Apache Leap Special Management Area.  This meeting became occasionally heated as representatives of the Town and the many recreation groups […]

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