ARIZONA CITY — The annual July 3 celebration in Arizona City has been rescheduled.
ARIZONA CITY — With school officially out for the summer, kids in Arizona City typically look forward to the Arizona City Fire District’s Summer Safety Mentoring Program.
FLORENCE — The company that produced the “Live PD” television show will return to Pinal County to tape sheriff’s officers on the job for another year, according to an agreement approved 4-1 Wednesday by the Pinal County Board of Supervisors.
ARIZONA CITY — Unlike last year when rain and mud canceled the annual Arizona City Daze festival, the weather on Saturday was bright, sunny and a little warm for the one-day event.
ARIZONA CITY — After Arizona City Daze was canceled last year because of the weather the committee decided to push the event back from its usual Saturday in February to the first Saturday of March.
SIGNAL PEAK — Beautiful handmade bowls, savory soups and decadent desserts, all made by Central Arizona College students, come together Tuesday for the Empty Bowls event that showcases student talents while raising money for the hungry.
ELEVEN MILE CORNER — A celebration of the humble, hard-shelled gourd and all its possibilities will take place Feb. 7, 8 and 9 with the 17th annual Running of the Gourds festival at the Pinal Fairgrounds and Event Center.
ARIZONA CITY — Donna Nelson would always read bedtime stories to her daughter when she was a little girl but could never get her to sleep without going through a lot of books at night.
ARIZONA CITY — Mother Nature graced residents with a perfect Spring Day March 23, and the Arizona City Chamber of Commerce took full advantage with the car and bike show rescheduled from Arizona City Daze in February, which had been rained out. It was a welcome gift indeed, and the people ca…
LAKESIDE — With signs in the window and a dumpster out front, it’s clear that change is coming to the former Porter Mountain Western Grill.
ELOY — Mariachi music is a strong representation of the Hispanic culture. It goes along with horses, charros and everything that is the Mexican Revolution.
ELOY — She was a Pinal County native, born in Florence and raised in Eloy. Mary Jane Damron was always involved in the community and was a pillar in the Fiestas Patrias.
ELOY — Expect plenty of giggles and laughs when Payaso Oliver — also known as Oliver the Clown — takes the stage during the Eloy Fiestas Patrias.
ELOY — Original Eloy natives comprise the bilingual music group of Sparky and the Vision, who have become regulars at the Fiestas Patrias since their first appearance in 2015.
ELOY — Santa Cruz Valley Union High School founded its mariachi band in 1995 with current Eloy Junior High Director Germain Corriero and Ramon Acuna.
ARIZONA CITY — The Arizona City Daze Parade will be most of the normal floats and entries. But parade officials had nothing but praise for the help they received from the Vista Grande High School Marine Corps JROTC group.
ARIZONA CITY — With the theme of this years Arizona City Daze events being “Honoring Everyday Heroes,” officials said having Gilbert Tarango as the parade Grand Marshal was an obvious choice.
ARIZONA CITY — As Arizona City Daze gets underway, outdoor amusement provider A Great Northern A’Fair will be onsite with a lineup of rides, midway style games and a selection of fair food.
ARIZONA CITY — The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Casa Grande Valley – Arizona City Branch will be hosting its 14th Annual Spaghetti Dinner on Wednesday, Oct. 18 at the Arizona City Moose Lodge.
ARIZONA CITY — The rockets will be glaring red and the bombs will be bursting in the air above Arizona City Golf Course on Monday, July 3, for the city’s annual Independence Day celebration.
The National Weather Service issued an excessive heat warning last week for parts of Pinal County because temperatures were expected to be above normal for early June. It’s no wonder, when 16 of the 17 warmest years on record have occurred since 2001.
FLORENCE — Cold beer may go hand-in-hand with rowdy country music, but Country Thunder fans will be regularly subject to a sobering, impassioned message from Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb on underage drinking in between bands on the jumbotron this week.
ARIZONA CITY — With a slice of the ceremonial oversized scissors through the ruby red ribbon in front of a model mobile home by Scott Waddle, the work will start on the Arizona City Golf Course’s new RV park and the renovations to modernize the course.
ARIZONA CITY — The air was crisp and cold and Sunland Gin Road in Arizona City was lined with hundred of residents trying to get a glimpse of all the entries in the 37th annual Arizona City Daze parade on Saturday.
ARIZONA CITY — What would Arizona City Daze be without an eclectic array of food vendors and local craftsmen showing off their wares to the hundreds of locals?
ARIZONA CITY -- The grand marshals of most parades are easily forgotten in most cases. It’s usually some local dignitary who knew the right people waving to their constituents, throwing candy to elated children.
Recently I spoke with the CEO of Holospark: Russell Williams about their pending game Earthfall. I first played the game last year at PAX West and loved the mix of Four player gaming against hordes of alien invaders.
ARIZONA CITY — The entries are in, the stage is set and some streets will be closed for the annual Arizona CIty Daze Parade that will be promenading down Sunland Gin Road this Saturday at 9 a.m.
CASA GRANDE — A California-based actor and artist has turned an abandoned concrete mixer on the side of the highway into a work of art so realistic that people thought a space capsule had crash-landed in a Casa Grande farm field.
SUPERIOR — Splashes of color and unique architecture may stimulate ideas for Pinal County residents seeking remodeling projects or small DIY craft inspirations.
SIGNAL PEAK — The New Shanghai Circus will perform at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Central Arizona College Don P. Pence Center for the Visual and Performing Arts, 8470 N. Overfield Road.
ELEVEN MILE CORNER — Several gourd artistry classes will be offered during the 14th annual Wuertz Farm Gourd Festival, set for Feb. 10 and 11 at the Pinal Fairgrounds & Event Center.