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With 56 movies and a table read of four screenplays, the Copa Shorts Film Fest debuted during the weekend, drawing movie-makers and some fans...

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After a wet weekend the skies over Maricopa will clear up over the coming week with breezy moderate to cool temperatures, according to reports...

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The Maricopa Historical Society will host the sixth annual golf tournament on March 4 at The Duke at Rancho El Dorado. Registration and a continental...

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Salsa chefs have until March 9 to sign up to compete in the 13th annual Salsa Festival, Maricopa's largest event. The festival drew more...

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Clouds and wind moving in could indicate a wet weekend for Maricopa, according to the National Weather Service. Friday will be mostly cloudy throughout the...

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Maricopa Unified School District Governing Board President Patti Coutre sat down with InMaricopa's Mason Callejas to talk about the challenges ahead for the district...

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Maricopa Community Theatre presented "Little Women," based on the Louisa May Alcott novel, Feb. 9-11 at Sequoia Pathway. The production starred Hailey Damian as...

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The Arizona Rattlers professional football team is wrapping up its winter practice session at Copper Sky Regional Park. Now in their 25th year, the...

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A small chance of showers over the weekend will give way to sunny days and moderate temperatures Monday that will carry on through the...

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By Michelle Chance The Maricopa Unified School District Governing Board approved the hiring of 10 teachers for new positions Wednesday. According to district documents, eight elementary...

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Province resident Joe Gruberman is among a handful of Maricopans whose work will be on the silver screen for the Copa Short Film Festival.Copa...

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By Murray Siegel In December, Maricopa Unified School District (MUSD) was one of only four Arizona school districts named to the seventh annual Advanced Placement...

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Representatives from Casa Grande's Cowboy Days & O’odham Tash played Pony Express Thursday, arriving on horseback at Maricopa City Hall to deliver invitations to...

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By Chris Swords Betts “Her body is attacking all food,” said Jacquette Brown, mother of Justice Brown, a Maricopa second-grader. Justice was diagnosed with eosinophilic esophagitis...

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By Chef Neil Magbnua This month’s recipe is for you vegetarians out there, or those of you who are trying to eat more vegetables but...

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By Aaron Gilbert Our obsession with calorie counting, macronutrients and dieting over the past 30 years has resulted in increased body-fat levels. So what’s the...

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Maricopa City Council recognized a new professional soccer club that has been utilizing Copper Sky Regional Park and has now signed a local player. "I'm...

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Text of Black History Month proclamation by Mayor Christian Price Whereas, Diversity of social identity, including racial and cultural identity, contributes positively to the development...

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By Betty Beeman Eucalyptus was brought to America in the mid 1800s from Australia. Approximately 900 species of eucalyptus trees exist. These quick-growing trees have been...

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By Michelle Chance The Maricopa Unified School District Governing Board approved a much discussed modified calendar Wednesday. However teachers, school staff and students won’t see...

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To truly experience a drag race means much more than just to see it. Kim Bryant has had battles with both cancer and domestic...

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Maricopa Historical Society received this original painting from the Cole family through the Maricopa Public Library. The painting (ca. 1972) was on display in...

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For more than 55 years a tucked away piece of land to the west of Maricopa has been a treasure trove of used auto...

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Maricopa City Council was presented with a less-than-favorable floodplain update, evidence of likely delayed development.“Right now, we are kind of sunk at this point."...

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By Reece Thompson There is a current debate on the acceptance or refusal of a new calendar system in the MUSD20 District. The governing board...

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The mayor and city council lent their ears to the public Tuesday, calling on residents to speak about the city’s privately held water utility,...

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The Digital Arizona Library (DAZL) has launched its first Arizona Maps Online project, Arizona’s Historic Railroad Towns, which includes Maricopa. https://azlibrary.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapTour/index.html?appid=4b903db0abbd49ab9eb7a18cf04ff05b The fully interactive map allows...

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By Merry Grace It is time that MUSD continues to raise the bar and strives to meet the academic needs of our accelerating students who...

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What is perennially Maricopa’s most fancy-schmancy party is toning down a little this year, but that won’t change its purpose. The 12th annual Against Abuse...

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This week’s events in Maricopa include tours of the Maricopa Agricultural Center (Victor Jimenez explains below), a silent reading party, 2nd Saturday Market, Councilman...