CASA GRANDE — A small group of area volunteers has made hundreds of beanie caps and burp cloths for premature infants.
CASA GRANDE — Funded in part through a city of Casa Grande CARES grant, the Rotary Club of Casa Grande, the Daybreak Rotary Club, Eva’s Fine Mexican Food and other sponsors plan to distribute 300 boxes of six meals each beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday.
FLORENCE — Pinal County Recorder Virginia Ross and Elections Director Michele Forney are encouraging voters who have questions about the election to call their offices.
CASA GRANDE — Adelphia Sisson, originally from Michigan, has lived in Arizona since she was a toddler, and a grandchild is now part of the Casa Grande school system.
CASA GRANDE — Military veterans living in Pinal County are twice as likely to die by suicide than their peers in other communities across the state, a recent study found.
SAN TAN VALLEY — Pinal County is losing big money in investment and tax revenue as problems persist at the smelly Section 11 wastewater plant, attendees at a Pinal Partnership forum were told.
PHOENIX — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is looking for nominations to fill three vacancies on the National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board, which plays an important role in efforts to oversee wild free-roaming horses and burros.
CASA GRANDE — On Monday evening the mayor and City Council will gather to appoint five people to the 2020 Judicial Selection Committee, part of the process in appointing the city judge every two years.
ELOY — Pinal County Sheriff’s deputies hauled in $7,000 worth of several different types of drugs during a traffic stop on Tuesday in Eloy.
CASA GRANDE — The Arizona Supreme Court announced Wednesday that it will review an Arizona Court of Appeals decision involving the Pinal Regional Transportation Authority tax.
SELLS — The crew of a Pinal County Sheriff’s Office helicopter had a hard landing Wednesday north of Sells on the Tohono O’odham Nation.
CASA GRANDE — With a goal of producing 600,000 facial coverings for medical personnel in only four weeks, a group is hoping to recruit thousands of volunteers.
CASA GRANDE — The 233rd anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution is celebrated this week and to observe the occasion, members of the Casa Grande Valley Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution gathered Thursday at Casa Grande City Hall for a traditional bell-ringing to …
SIGNAL PEAK — Central Arizona College, in conjunction with the Arizona College Consortium, will participate in a series of virtual college fairs throughout the 2020-21 school year. Students, families and high school staff will be able to visit more than 30 in-state and out-of-state colleges.
PHOENIX — Arizona-based Barro’s Pizza plans to award a $10,000 scholarship to one Arizona resident through its 2020 Arizona Dr Pepper Tuition Giveaway.
CASA GRANDE — Volunteers who wish to become a caring, consistent adult for a child who has been abused or neglected are needed.
FLORENCE — Pinal County is asking state utility regulators to immediately provide interim solutions that will allow development to proceed around the Pecan and Section 11 facilities, which are both Johnson Utilities wastewater plants in San Tan Valley.
ELOY — A COVID-19 maximum of 80 parishioners attended the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross on Monday at St. Helen of the Cross Catholic Church.
CASA GRANDE — A Casa Grande man is facing charges after allegedly showing up at a teen’s home in an attempt to coerce her to have sex for marijuana.
COOLIDGE — Due to continued construction on the Pima Lateral and Florence-Casa Grande Canal, the San Carlos Irrigation Project will have two extensive dry-up periods.
CASA GRANDE — “Finding Meaning and Hope” is a video discussion series for family members caring for someone with dementia. The series is virtual using Zoom from 10 to 11:30 a..m. on Tuesdays from Oct. 6 to Dec. 8.
CASA GRANDE — Thirty-one students from Casa Grande Union High School have generated $31,000 for successfully earning industry credentials in two Career and Technical Education programs.
ELOY — A Casa Grande man is facing charges after allegedly firing a gun at another man who was standing in the front doorway of his home.
CASA GRANDE — A Tucson man is facing drug possession charges after Arizona Department of Public Safety troopers stopped him with about 24 pounds of marijuana, 58 pounds of THC oil and 35 pounds of edibles in a rental car.
FLORENCE — Pinal County will receive a $300,000 federal grant through the “Arizona Vote Safe Program” to help combat the pandemic for the 2020 election cycle, following the Board of Supervisors’ approval of an agreement with the state Wednesday.
FLORENCE — Three teens have been arrested and charged as adults in connection with the shooting death of another teenager in Stanfield earlier this month.
FLORENCE — An August testing blitz for COVID-19 in Pinal County correctional facilities could result in a spike in new cases, which would hold the county back as it works to reopen schools and businesses, officials said.
FLORENCE -- Pinal County Public Health will begin offering free COVID-19 testing at two locations beginning Monday, Sept. 14.
CASA GRANDE — The Casa Grande Elementary School District Governing Board on Tuesday discussed future grounds improvements and its pending plan to return students to the classroom next month.
FLORENCE — Pinal County officials believe they’re at least $14 million — and maybe as much as $54 million — short of U.S. CARES Act funds they should have received from the state for COVID-19 relief.
CASA GRANDE — A Casa Grande man is facing charges after pointing a gun at another motorist while trying to enter a local car wash and then leading a high-speed chase, authorities said.
CASA GRANDE — Strong winds as high as 50 mph are forecast for northwest Pinal County Tuesday, increasing the fire danger as a cold front moves into the Rocky Mountains.
CASA GRANDE — The Casa Grande Valley Elks Lodge received a $3,500 Elks National Foundation Beacon Grant and used it to purchase supplies and items that families tend to go without when money is tight.
CASA GRANDE — As a service to area families, the Casa Grande Alliance hosts a free “learning hub” from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Casa Grande Middle School gym.