Senator Flake has, once again introduced a bill (S 368) which would drive the Mexican Gray Wolf to extinction.
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A 19th century French journalist penned a still current proverb, “the more things change, the more they stay the same.” He could very well have been describing the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office.
As a father, husband, rancher, and conservative rural legislator I know the number one educational issue facing the residents of Arizona’s outlying counties is access to and availability of quality educational options. For those of us in rural Arizona, while multiple choices would be wonderful, our number one priority is access to any sort of option at all. That’s why I support Governor Ducey’s proposal to invest in expanding full day kindergarten for Arizona’s neediest families.
Our Pinal County Board of Supervisors meetings routinely begin with the pledge of allegiance and an invocation. The pledge reminding us of dedication to “liberty and justice for all.” A faith leader invariably invokes a spiritual power to buttress frail human efforts of governing for the common good.
When I started working in the Pinal County Treasurer’s office 25 years ago, I had no idea it would be the beginning of this amazing journey. It’s hard to believe it is time for me to hand over the reins and open a new chapter in my life which will mostly focus on time with my husband, family, friends, church and community. I can’t leave without expressing my appreciation to everyone who had confidence and supported me over the last 12 years while serving as your County Treasurer. I had the opportunity to meet so many people (too many to name) and had the privilege to work with amazing people who made a positive impact to Pinal County in one way or another. I want to acknowledge a few of those who made a significant impact on my career.
On Wednesday, November 16th, I asked for help. I was going out of my mind, all my smoke alarms were going off, no fire, no smoke. I called and they came right away. They thought they had fixed the problem, so did I.
I am proud to have served you as the Pinal County Attorney from May 2007 to December 2012. This election year we will elect a new sheriff for our county. I had the pleasure and privilege of working with Kaye Dickson both in her time at the Pinal County Sheriff’s Department and when she served as the director of the County’s Animal Care and Control Center.
We just recently celebrated the 27th year of Queen Creeks existence with the Founder’s day celebration.
The Founders.... I wonder what the founders think of what out town has become. From being founded to preserve the rural lifestyle instead of being gobbled up by the surrounding towns. To preserve. To protect. To keep. To have a certain way of life kept away from the clenches of urban sprawl.
Keep your dollars in San Tan Valley to help us build a better future for our community.
|30 Apr 2017|
08:00am - 10:00am
Sonoran Desert Basics
|02 May 2017|
07:30am - 09:00am
San Tan Leads
|04 May 2017|
08:30am - 09:30am
San Tan Hikers
|04 May 2017|
06:30pm - 07:30pm
2017 Pinal County Peace Officers Memorial Service
|06 May 2017|
08:00am - 10:00pm
Beginner Skill Level Mountain Bike Ride
|06 May 2017|
09:00am - 10:30am
Mountain Biking 101