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ADOT’s Tentative Five Year Construction Plan

Sedona AZ (March 12, 2016) – Beginning next week, Arizonans will be able to provide input on the Arizona Department of Transportation’s annual update of projects proposed to move forward in the next five years and how much local, state and federal funding should go toward those projects. In its Tentative Five-Year Transportation Facilities Construction Program for 2017-2021, ADOT was able... 

Congress Asked for Casa Grande Ruins Sites Addition

Pinal County Arizona Florence AZ (September 12, 2013) – Pinal County Supervisors Cheryl Chase, Todd House and Pete Rios joined U.S. Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick (AZ CD1) for an open house to learn more about a bill designed to increase the acreage of the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument. The bill, H.R. 2497 – titled the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument Boundary Modification Act... 

Pinal Supervisors Appoint Interim County Manager

Greg Stanley FLORENCE AZ (June 30, 2013) – With a unanimous vote, the Pinal County Arizona Board of Supervisors named Assistant County Manager for Development Services Greg Stanley, as Interim County Manager. Stanley, one of three candidates the Board interviewed for the position, will assume the duties of the office on Monday, July 1, 2013. He will temporarily succeed Fritz Behring who is leaving... 

Puppies Dumped in Trash Bin Reunited with Mother

Harley McGuire, SedonaEye.com Star Paws Up Columnist gives a Paws Up to the good neighbor who rescued the puppies and to Bark Side Rescue for helping his pals out in Pinal County. FLORENCE AZ (June 7, 2013) – The saga of four newborn puppies began on Tuesday morning when a Florence resident filed a report with the Florence Police Department claiming that his adult Rottweiler and her puppies... 

Pinal County Needs Foster Families

Pinal County Arizona Florence AZ (June 6, 2013) – Pinal County Arizona employees interested in becoming foster parents attended a seminar sponsored by the Pinal County Employee Wellness Coalition given by Chrissy Edwards, program coordinator for Arizona’s Children Association (ACA). Edwards opened the seminar stating, “There are currently 77 Pinal County kids in group homes. We want to... 

Mammoth Library Wins Science Foundation Grant

Mammoth AZ Public Library courtyard FLORENCE AZ (June 9, 2012)  – The Mammoth Public Library is one of 20 smaller, rural libraries that succeeded in winning a National Science Foundation grant of $2,500. The library will become a pilot site for a program called “Pushing the Limits: Making Sense of Science,” a four-part reading, viewing and discussion series for adults, according to a press... 

Public Decides Which Judges Stay or Go

Sedona AZ (February 26, 2012) – The Arizona Commission on Judicial Performance Review will hold public hearings at the following times and locations to take comments from the public about the judges on the 2012 Retention Election Ballot: March 7, 2012 – Phoenix  4:30 to 5:30 p.m.  Arizona State Courts Building, 1501 W. Washington Street, Conference Rm 345 March 14, 2012 – Tucson ... 

Pinal County Recognizes National Preparedness Month

FLORENCE AZ – Trucking is big business here in Arizona and across the country. Huge eighteen-wheel trailers are continually rolling down our highways and byways delivering cargo from Maine to California. Have you ever wondered what exactly is in those trailer containers? Pinal County’s Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) can help you find out.  The Pinal County LEPC is one of 15... 

West Nile Threat Still Exists

Southwest monsoon season brings renewed caution of the mosquito borne West Nile virus illness Sedona AZ (August 11, 2011) – We swat, put on repellent, wear long-sleeved clothing and yet we still seem to get bitten. It’s monsoon season in Arizona and yes, that means mosquitoes are included in the deal. “Actually, we have mosquitoes throughout the entire year,” said Tami Schuler, Pinal... 

Pinal County Employee Wrongly Euthanized War Hero Dog

FLORENCE AZ– A Pinal County Animal Care & Control employee has been placed on administrative leave for failing to follow procedures and euthanizing the wrong dog.  The employee is accused of not following proper procedure in the euthanasia process. On Friday, November 12, Animal Care and Control received a call about a stray female shepherd-mix dog in the San Tan Valley area.  The dog... 
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