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[SUNDAY FEATURE] Pinal County plush with development land

[SUNDAY FEATURE] Pinal County plush with development land

By Catherine Reagor | The Arizona Republic A site in northern Pinal County between Apache Junction, the Superstition Mountains, Queen Creek and Florence, lures developers again. The State Land Department plans to sell 7,000 acres that were part of the original Superstition Vistas land plan. The area […]

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Lee Feiles to run for Maricopa City Council

Lee Feiles to run for Maricopa City Council

Submitted Article | InMaricopa.com Maricopa businessman Lee Feiles has announced his candidacy to fill a two-year term on the Maricopa City Council. He is running to fill the seat vacated by Leon Potter who resigned to run for mayor. Feiles owns ATA Martial Arts and Karate for […]

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100 immigration walkers arrive in Eloy after walk from Phoenix

100 immigration walkers arrive in Eloy after walk from Phoenix

Immigration advocates and supporters rallied Saturday in cities across the country in a renewed effort to push President Barack Obama to put a freeze on deportations, AP reports. Organizers of the more than 50 planned “Day of Action” demonstrations said Obama has the executive power to stop […]

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Maricopa council looks ahead to filling Potter’s empty seat

Maricopa council looks ahead to filling Potter’s empty seat

By Brian Wright | Maricopa Monitor Leon Potter’s resignation from the city council on March 17 left a void for the rest of the council to fill. At Tuesday’s regular meeting, the council discussed options for an appointment process, as it must appoint a replacement, according to […]

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Zoning change would make way for large Pinal bakery, food processing plant

Zoning change would make way for large Pinal bakery, food processing plant

By Melissa St. Aude | Casa Grande Dispatch Casa Grande Planning and Zoning Commission members on Thursday OK’d a set of bakery- related zoning text amendments, with some changes to the staff’s proposal. Commission members removed reference to where manufactured goods could be distributed. “If we don’t […]

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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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Designer-builder hired to complete Florence’s Padilla Park

Designer-builder hired to complete Florence’s Padilla Park

By Bonnie Bariola | Special to the Florence Reminder The Florence Town Council, at the March 17 meeting, authorized the town manager to negotiate and enter into a contract with Haydon Building Corporation, not to exceed a cumulative total of $500,000, for design-build services to complete the […]

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[EDITORIAL] Tesla’s plant plans

[EDITORIAL] Tesla’s plant plans

Casa Grande Dispatch (Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are posted only for purposes of discussion.) Tesla Motors, an American electric car company, is attempting to follow the way of consumer electronics manufacturers by offering new models to the high-end market and then bringing prices down through mass production […]

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Big Country: Music event draws major crowds, turns Florence into thundering town

Big Country: Music event draws major crowds, turns Florence into thundering town

By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner FLORENCE — Down in a small canyon, the features of a typical rural area are all present. Farmers ride their tractors across vast land. Alfalfa is spotted everywhere, with plants bustling in the wind. Cattle graze, seemingly without a care in […]

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Marana festival takes a peek into the future while having fun in the present

Marana festival takes a peek into the future while having fun in the present

By Phil Villarreal | Arizona Daily Star Teri Murphy, community chairwoman of the Marana Main Street Festival, knows Marana’s downtown isn’t much to speak of — yet. But she sees a future in which it’s a bustling nerve center that captures the town’s spirit. Murphy’s vision will […]

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