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Rain not keeping golf fans from Waste Management Phoenix Open

A sea of umbrellas floated around the greens Friday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. "They handed these ponchos out for free," said Albert Arroyo.

Sean Dugan, the owner of Sidewinder Dairy in Casa Grande, returned to the Board of Supervisors Feb 18th, with his request to use some of his land for outdoor medical marijuana grow sites.

A billboard in Oracle that seemed to suggest that Arizona's immigration law is targeting Hispanic families features a new message. It was changed last week after Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu spoke with property owner Frank Pierson.

Pinal County has begun the process to prepare an Airport Master Plan for Pinal Airpark (Airpark). Required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Arizona Department of Transportation, the Master Plan will serve two important functions including providing the County with data useful in determining the future role the Airpark will play in the community and region along with serving as a funding tool to guide future Airpark development.

Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles and the Pinal County Attorney’s Office Victim Service kicked off a month of domestic violence awareness events today in Florence in front of the Pinal County Superior Court Building.

So if you don't follow the laws, even as an attorney, there are consequences. Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles found this out when Gila County Superior Court Judge Peter Cahill disqualified his office from prosecuting a death-penalty case after ruling that the county's attorneys violated a court order sealing medical records.

The Pinal County Library District today launched its new, interactive website featuring audience-specific content in an easy-to-use format.  Members of the public can view the new site at www.pinalcountyaz.gov/library.  The site features content pages dedicated to kids and teens as well as job search help, reader resources, book reviews and even features downloadable audio books and links to free e-books.  Some areas require users to have a valid Pinal County library card but other areas are free to browse without a card.

FLORENCE, AZ – Earlier this month, regional economic development and governmental agencies formed a strategic alliance to market the Sun Corridor region in an effort to entice economic development from California to Arizona.  The Sun Corridor is an area stretching from Nogales to the Flagstaff area.  It is one of just 10 areas of the United States that will see much of the economic and employment growth in the next 35 years.

by Caitlin McGlade - Jun. 23, 2011 02:00 PMThe Arizona Republic The American Civil Liberties Union has released a report decrying living conditions and policies for immigrants held at detention centers in Pinal County. The ACLU is urging U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to end its...

FLORENCE – For the third year in a row, Pinal County became one of only a few cities, towns or counties in the United States to earn an “A” grade and a Sunny Award from the Sunshine Review.  Sunshine Review is a non-profit organization formed to push for transparency in government and recognize the most transparent government websites in America.

Jul. 20, 2011 05:22 PM Associated Press A Pinal County farmer and his wife have been accused of misusing money from a government loan last year and making false statements to a federal agency. A grand jury in Phoenix last week indicted 51-year-old Carlos Carley Carranza Jr. and his 30-year-old wife, Laura Brooke Murrill. Prosecutors...

The 2012 Pinal County Fair is set to be “FAMILY FUN FOR EVERYONE”! Fairtime is just around the corner and the excitement is building. A fabulous time is sure to be had with music, carnival rides for toddlers and thrill seekers, livestock shows, a celebrations of Arizona’s Centennial, incredible displays of creations from throughout the county and so much more! Entertainment is always a big part of any fair experience. Monkeys, doggies, birds and more are just some of the incredible shows you’ll see. New to the fair, Wild About Monkeys will bring it’s antics to fairgoers on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Daily acts include Rockets K-9 Comets Frisbee Dog Show, Kobert’s Amazing World of Birds, Doggies of the Wild West, Mistress of Mesmerism Hypnotist Show and lots more.

  Patiently and repeatedly, a local area property and development company has been cleaning up other peoples’ messes.  The costs incurred to clean up someone else’s trash has totaled well into the thousands. Pinal County’s Environmental Investigators are looking for evidence or tips from the public that will bring the random dumping to an end.

Pinal County Recorder Virginia Ross announced today that the Elections Department is making steady progress in counting the 25,000 early ballots and 2,979 provisional ballots from Tuesday night's general election.

Pinal County's Economic Development Director Tim Kanavel says that 2014 saw the Board of Supervisors take tremendous steps forward in the area of economic development. "Yes, this has been a red-letter year when it comes to charting our path toward creating better jobs for our residents in Pinal County," Kanavel said. "Every good building has a solid foundation and they have done exactly that - they have laid a good foundation for our future."

Pinal County is the first and only Arizona county to earn an A+ for transparency in government.  Sunshine Review is a non-profit organization formed to push for transparency in government and recognize the most transparent government websites in America.  This is the fifth year that Pinal County has received a Sunny Award and the first year it earned an A+. Sunshine Review rates more than 7,000 city, county and school district websites in all 50 states, giving each a grade for transparency.

The Superstition Mountains located just east of Apache Junction has been a focal point for hikers and horseback riders for decades. Volunteers from the Superstition Area Land Trust (SALT) have spent their time maintaining the Lost Goldmine Trail for all to use.

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