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Tri-Valley Dispatch Pinal County General Election endorsements

Tri-Valley Dispatch Pinal County General Election endorsements

Tri-Valley Dispatch Pinal County General Election endorsements (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) Pinal County voters have a chance to make a difference on Nov. 4, and many vote early these days. The Tri-Valley Dispatch makes the following recommendations, knowing voters must make […]

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Pinal County Town Hall Advisory Committee focuses on improving overall health of county residents

Pinal County Town Hall Advisory Committee focuses on improving overall health of county residents Summary Report of the 27th Annual Pinal County Town Hall October 2 – 3, 2015 Economics of a Healthy Community Delegates to the 27th Annual Pinal County Town Hall developed recommendations for enhancing […]

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Pinal County considers $59M in debt for major projects

Pinal County considers $59M in debt for major projects

Pinal considers $59M in debt for major projects By Brian Wright Maricopa Monitor Improvement projects come with a price tag, and if Pinal County decides to move forward with several big-ticket initiatives, it could add up to $59 million to its current debt. It’s well known that […]

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Coolidge candidates debate taxes, trash, annexation

Coolidge candidates debate taxes, trash, annexation

Coolidge candidates debate taxes, trash, annexation By Joey Chenoweth, Editor The voters of Coolidge got what is likely their final chance to see all four city council candidates together to try to better inform the decision they will have to make with their ballots for the Nov. […]

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U.S. House candidates Tobin, Kirkpatrick agree A-10 must be saved

U.S. House candidates Tobin, Kirkpatrick agree A-10 must be saved

U.S. House candidates Tobin, Kirkpatrick agree A-10 must be saved By Phil Villarreal | KGUN9 TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) – Republican Andy Tobin and Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick found common ground on protecting the A-10 military jet the Air Force wants to mothball and agreed that Social Security […]

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PhoenixMart plan is topic of special meeting Thursday

PhoenixMart plan is topic of special meeting Thursday

PhoenixMart plan is topic of special meeting Thursday Casa Grande Dispatch The Casa Grande Planning and Zoning Commission has scheduled a special session Thursday to consider a major general plan amendment for 111 acres on the PhoenixMart development site. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the […]

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Pinal Partnership Education Committee focusing on last year’s education priorities

Pinal Partnership Education Committee focusing on last year’s education priorities

Pinal Partnership Education Committee focusing on last year’s education priorities The Pinal Partnership Education Committee met October 7, 2014 in Florence, Arizona at the Pinal County School Superintendent’s office. The committee is led by Jill Broussard, Pinal County School Superintendent, and Debra Raeder from ABEC (Arizona Business […]

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Maricopa farm supplies nation’s nurseries with roses

Maricopa farm supplies nation’s nurseries with roses

Maricopa farm supplies nation’s nurseries with roses By Melissa St. Aude | Casa Grande Dispatch Pinal County is well known for its fields of cotton, corn and alfalfa, but at one Maricopa farm, roses are the top crop. Tucked away down a long dirt road, behind several […]

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Constables call for Acton’s withdrawal

Constables call for Acton’s withdrawal

Constables call for Acton’s withdrawal RELEASE: By Vince Roberts, President, Arizona Constables Association The Arizona Constables Association (ACA) represents Constables in the State of Arizona and provides leadership and training to include Integrity and Ethical Conduct of its members. We are extremely disappointed in the recent revelations […]

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September sales in Maricopa range from $88K Tortosa home to $320K in The Villages

September sales in Maricopa range from $88K Tortosa home to $320K in The Villages

September sales in Maricopa range from $88K Tortosa home to $320K in The Villages inMaricopa Home sales for September in Maricopa and the surrounding areas remained the same as for August with 105 closed transactions. Combined sales rose slightly with a total of  $15.9 million, according to […]

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