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Queen Creek Teen Zombie Actors and Directors Wanted

Calling all teen zombie enthusiasts to make zombie movies! The Town of Queen Creek and Cornerstone Church are offering a free evening of zombie fun for 7th through 12th graders on Saturday, Oct. 3 from 5-8 p.m. at the Recreation Annex located at 21802 S. Ellsworth Rd. Actors and directors are needed to help make gruesome, ghastly or drop-dead funny zombie films.

Animal Care and Control to Recognize "Remember Me Thursday"

Pinal County's Animal Care and Control will spend September 24th as "Remember Me Thursday."

"We are taking time to remember those animals who did not make it out of shelters alive," stated Animal Care and Control Director Audra Michael.

42 Times Zero Equals Zero

42 equals the number on Jackie Robinson’s jersey, The Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything (the Hitchers Guide) and w...

Camelot 2012

Teruya pictured as Sgt. McKinzie pins his National Youth Representative Badge.

In Camelot, Sherriff addresses his assembled court:

“We need to take any measure to instill fear into our troops. This, I decree, will breed loyalty amongst them”.

Is chasing the Sinaloa Drug Cartel the best way to reduce crime in Pinal County?

“We’ve cut off the head of the snake. This definitely makes it a lot harder for our children and residents to get drugs. We can go out all day and arrest people with marijuana or a sixteenth of an ounce of meth. Or we can go out and do an investigation like this for six months and affect thousands of people.” -- Tempe police Lt. Noah Johnson, East Valley Tribune story Tempe part of major drug bust connected to Mexico’s Sinaloa cartel, July 6, 2012

Organized crime in Arizona continues to grow with misplaced law enforcement focus

While both those who support and despise Senate Bill 1070 dance in the streets proclaiming victory after the June 25 U.S. Supreme Court landmark decis...

Clerk Chad A Roche takes bold stance - refutes 1% across the board bonus called for by Chairman


Clerk Chad A. Roche took a bold stance today at the Board of Supervisors meeting in Pinal County in response to a call for an across-the-board bonus for all Pinal County employees. This proposal was brought up for discussion today by Chairman Pete Rios, who is up for election this fall. The one- time one-percent incentive - if passed in the future - would be the first increase in pay for Pinal County employees in over four years.

The Office of County Sheriff


The office of county sheriff in Arizona dates back to territorial days when the sheriff was the only law. When Arizona became a state 100 years ago the office of sheriff was spelled out in the state Constitution.

Now it takes over 600 words in Arizona Revised Statutes to describe the sheriff’s duties and powers.

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