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WASHINGTON — In an effort to help tribal nations preserve and revitalize their traditional languages, a Pinal County tribe and a Navajo college will receive a portion of $7 million in grants from the Indian Affairs Office of Indian Economic Development.

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FLORENCE — The 70-year-old Superior man who was facing indecency and bestiality charges after he allegedly exposed himself and had an animal commit a sex act on him in front of both adults and children in April of last year has accepted a plea bargain.

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CASA GRANDE — The Cesar E. Chavez Memorial Committee of Pinal County awarded 44 scholarships totaling $44,000 on Friday evening at the Neon Sign Park.

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SUPERIOR — The last time the Boyce Thompson Arboretum’s Puya berteroniana plant bloomed, with its unusual emerald-colored flowers, George W. Bush was president and Barack Obama was a presidential hopeful working his way through the rounds of primaries.

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FLORENCE — Pinal County is applying for a $6.8 million state grant to install equipment and towers throughout the county to improve access to affordable and reliable internet, especially in rural areas.

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FLORENCE — Repealing the county’s nearly-two-year-old state of emergency is premature and would send a message that the pandemic is over and life is back to normal, but “that’s far from the case,” the Pinal County Board of Supervisors was told Wednesday.

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FLORENCE — Patricia A. Taylor, who has retired as director of Public Fiduciary, was honored for her more than 35 years of service to Pinal County at Wednesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting.

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FLORENCE — Pinal County officials are considering creating a $100,000 contingency fund to reimburse the Sheriff’s Office for overtime, travel and other expenses related to protecting Arizona’s southern border, if called upon to do so.

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FLORENCE — Antibody treatments that may reduce the severity of COVID-19 are available to employees covered under Pinal County’s health insurance, but supplies are short and there’s a waiting list.

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Pinal County overall is sparse and diverse and thus offers attractions that should fit into anybody’s interest. Below are some of the most popular spots for people to visit and have a good time.



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