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Solar farms set for San Tan Valley

Solar farms set for San Tan Valley

Solar farms set for San Tan Valley Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA Mesa Solar LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of First Solar Inc., plans to build photovoltaic-panels farms on hundreds of acres of State Trust land near San Tan Valley, according to the Sept. 19 agenda for the […]

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CG council to take up non-medical marijuana issue

CG council to take up non-medical marijuana issue

CG council to take up non-medical marijuana issue Staff Reports The Casa Grande City Council during its next meeting on Monday will be asked to take a stand against the legalization of non-medical marijuana. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the council chambers at City Hall, […]

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CAC will use $3.7M grant for job training

CAC will use $3.7M grant for job training

CAC will use $3.7M grant for job training By Rodney Haas, Casa Grande Dispatch SIGNAL PEAK — Central Arizona College recently received a $3.7 million grant the school will use to create a new machinery program along with further developing the welding program. The grant is the […]

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CG schools not counting on state

CG schools not counting on state

CG schools not counting on state   By SUSAN RANDALL, Casa Grande Dispatch   School superintendents in Casa Grande seem reluctant to count on the repayment of voter-approved inflation funding that has  withheld from school districts since 2009. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Katherine Cooper ruled July […]

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CAC accomplishing two-thirds of ’17 goals

CAC accomplishing two-thirds of ’17 goals

CAC accomplishing two-thirds of ’17 goals By Rodney Haas , Casa Grande Dispatch SIGNAL PEAK — Central Arizona College is on track to meet 19 of the 28 strategic goals it has set out to accomplish by 2017. The goals are in the areas of access, student […]

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Election 2014: CGUHSD – Voters to decide future budgets

Election 2014: CGUHSD – Voters to decide future budgets

Election 2014: CGUHSD – Voters to decide future budgets By SUSAN RANDALL, Casa Grande Dispatch Voters will determine the future of Casa Grande Union High School District’s academics, after-school activities, teaching staff and class sizes Nov. 4 when they decide whether to continue its 10 percent maintenance […]

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Lawsuits by 6 will delay Florence annexations

Lawsuits by 6 will delay Florence annexations

Lawsuits by 6 will delay Florence annexations By MARK COWLING, Florence Reminder FLORENCE — The town’s annexation of some 4,200 new residents in Magic Ranch, Wildhorse Estates and Crestfield Manor — which was set to take effect Friday — has been put on hold by the filing […]

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San Tan Valley Candidate Impersonates Police Officer

San Tan Valley Candidate Impersonates Police Officer

San Tan Valley Candidate Impersonates Police Officer Monday, 06 October 2014 12:10 Written by  SanTanValley.co [OPINION] Website claims San Tan Valley candidate lied about being a police officer San Tan Valley.com (Editor’s note: By publishing this article, Rose Law Group Reporter does not vouch for its accuracy. It is […]

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For a more cohesive San Tan Valley

For a more cohesive San Tan Valley

For a more cohesive San Tan Valley By Mark Cowling | Florence Reminder In the short history of Johnson Ranch and San Tan Valley, it’s been all about the rooftops, with very little provision for the other components of a well-rounded community. “Most of it has been […]

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Hear what candidates for Eloy mayor, council have to say for themselves

Hear what candidates for Eloy mayor, council have to say for themselves

Hear what candidates for Eloy mayor, council have to say for themselves Profile of the four candidates to lead Eloy below   Election 2014: Paulson wants new ideas, new direction for Eloy Election 2014: Belloc brings experience, bilingual skill Election 2014: Small town a good place for […]

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