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  One of Maricopa’s water utilities is beginning a meter exchange program for its customers starting the week of Jan. 23. Global Water will be replacing...

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For the third time in as many months one of the main lines maintained by local utility Global Water ruptured Tuesday morning. The water main...

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By Michelle Chance Maricopa families participated in a free fishing event at Copper Sky Regional Park last Saturday, where they could catch and keep up...

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Michelle Sorensen  is the Client Loyalty Coordinator for InMaricopa, moving to Arizona from Washington state, where she worked for the Attorney General's Office. Hometown: Fremont,...

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Much of this week's forecast calls for precipitation in Maricopa, according to the National Weather Service. Today, there is a 10-percent chance of showers after...

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This week has a full slate of activities for Maricopa. Below, Arnold Jackson talks about the second Senior Info/Expo. Plus look for the annual...

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The Maricopa Unified School District’s governing board discussed at a Wednesday meeting an implementation strategy for the district’s newly founded Alternative Secondary Program. Per the...

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The Maricopa Unified School District’s governing board voted Wednesday to approve the relocation of sixth grade classes from the district’s six elementary schools to...

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Maricopa can expect a temperate January week with a lot of clouds and highs in the upper 60s to low 70s, according to the...

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By Misty Newman Outdoor education opens up new doors for children and instills in them a love of the outdoors for their entire lives. Children not...

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By Aaron Gilbert Squatting is as fundamental to human movement as apple pie is to America. Performing a squat involves nearly every muscle in the...

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By Murray Siegel The voters of Maricopa demonstrated their support for improving the level of learning in MUSD schools by voting for the override proposal...

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Tanner Hughes came from third place to win the Saguaro Amateur at Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Wednesday. Hughes is a sophomore at University of California. In...

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Sun Life Family Health Center is asking Maricopans to fill out an online survey to better meet the goals of local residents. Sun Life is...

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The Bureau of Land Management’s Phoenix District Office has announced dates, times and locations for three public information meetings at which it seeks public...

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The Ak-Chin Indian Community’s new tribal council was sworn in Tuesday. Robert Miguel took the oath as chairman, and Gabriel Lopez was sworn in as...

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By Betty Beeman Roses have been symbols of love, beauty, war and politics. And according to fossil evidence, they are 35 million years old. There...

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Some shy musicians may play the guitar or the piccolo in private. But it is practically impossible to be a private bagpipe player. That is...

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From the 1930s until 1961, the Maricopa Depot was operated by the Southern Pacific Railroad in the town of Maricopa. The vintage building closed...

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For the first time in nine years, the leadership of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Maricopa has changed. The Maricopa Stake,...

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Starting Jan. 11, the Maricopa Unified School District will have a new face on its governing board. In November, MUSD had just enough candidates to...

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Aaron Gilbert is a personal trainer and owner of Longevity Athletics in Maricopa. Name:   Aaron Gregory Gilbert Hometown: Phoenix Maricopan since: 2009 Occupation: Founder/Owner/Operator of Longevity Athletics, LLC Family:...

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It is not always easy to find a place to meet, listen to speakers, put on a show or work on volunteer projects in...

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A damp week is forecast for Maricopa to welcome 2017, according to the National Weather Service. Today, there is a 20-percent chance of showers. Skies...

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We asked Maricopans: What would you like to see in Maricopa in 2017? “I just want to see joy, health and happiness for the community...

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The incoming director of Maricopa’s small business incubator met with the public Thursday to discuss his ideas for the future, ideas that could very...

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  The City of Maricopa is providing a free 24-hour drop-off location for Christmas trees. From Dec. 27 through Jan. 31 residents, can drop off...

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  2 dead in Alterra standoff Two men were shot to death March 19 in an Alterra neighborhood when a murder turned into a...

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Rain clouds are expected to dissipate for Christmas Day to make way for a mostly sunny week, according to the National Weather Service, though...

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The latest National Weather Service forecast for Arizona’s high country calls for between 6 and 12 inches of snow at elevations between 6,000 and...