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Huhugam Heritage Center Hosts Nationally Known Artist
Nov 6, 2004
Associate Curator at the newly-opened National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D. C. and acclaimed beadwork artist Emil Her Many Horses will...
Pinal County to Begin Limited Flu Vaccinations
Nov 5, 2004
The Pinal County Division of Public Health announced on it will be providing flu vaccinations for the following groups: •...
Mayor Proclaims November Meals on Wheels Month
Nov 4, 2004
The City of Maricopa's Meals on Wheels program will get a big boost next Thursday, November 11th. According to public relations director Glenn...
Dance Program Showcases Talented Tots
Nov 2, 2004
The City of Maricopa Parks, Recreation, and Library Department presented its debut dance program last night to a large crowd of parents, siblings, and...
Harvest Fest Provides Family Fun
Oct 30, 2004
Stage Stop Ol' Time Country Store, Will Dunn, and the entire Dunn family hosted a Harvest Festival this afternoon. It was a great...
Timely Tips for Home Maintenance
Oct 29, 2004
Many Maricopa residents are new. They have new addresses; they have new jobs or are finding new routes to old jobs, and their...
Maricopa’s Newest Residents Coming to Town
Oct 27, 2004
Maricopa's Alpacazona Farm is all set to welcome its newest residents, two baby alpacas (crias) and their mothers. Tyche, a beige female from...
Bond Election Sought to Provide Added Fire Protection
Oct 22, 2004
How close is your nearest fire station? That particular question is one of the first asked by your agent when you are applying...
Chili and Children Are Founder’s Day Winners
Oct 19, 2004
Maricopa's first Chili Cook-off event on Saturday was a huge success. Eighteen entrants vied for trophies in the Best Meat, Best Vegetarian, Spiciest and...
Maricopa Celebrates First Year as City
Oct 17, 2004
Happy first birthday, Maricopa! Our Founder's Day celebration was held Saturday at The Duke from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in honor of Maricopa's...
Finances, Community Issues and Transition Headline Homeowners Association Annual Meeting
Oct 15, 2004
Approximately fifty Rancho El Dorado homeowners met at the Maricopa High School boardroom Thursday evening for the 2004 Homeowners Association Annual Meeting. Rancho...
Maricopa Trailblazers Set for New Year
Oct 12, 2004
The Maricopa Trailblazers 4-H Club met Monday at Maricopa High School for an organizational meeting and election of officers. Maricopa area teens,...
Sheriff’s Office to Receive Funding for Victim Services Volunteer Program
Oct 12, 2004
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office has received verbal notification that they are approved for additional funding from the National Sheriff's Association to continue the...
Air Show and Fly-in Draws Huge Crowds
Oct 11, 2004
The Copperstate Air Show and EAA Fly-In literally "flew" into the area this weekend, October 7 through 10. Sponsored by the Arizona Council...
Maricopa Market Makes Debut
Oct 10, 2004
Maricopa has its very first open-air market. It opened on Saturday, October 9th, in the parking lot of the Maricopa Unified School District's...
County Health Officials Working to Procure More Vaccine
Oct 8, 2004
FLORENCE- Pinal County Division of Public Health announced on Wednesday that they are currently working on acquiring more vaccine for the upcoming flu season....
Harrah’s Employees are H.E.R.O.s
Oct 7, 2004
H.E.R.O.s, an acronym for Harrah's Employees Reaching Out, recently awarded $20 thousand to the Pinal County Area on Aging. These funds will be...
Proposed Park Negotiations to Begin
Oct 6, 2004
Maricopa may soon have its first community park. The Maricopa City Council, meeting in regular session on Tuesday, October 5, 2004, granted permission...
Hazardous Waste Material Pick-up Available Saturday
Oct 3, 2004
Maricopa residents can drop off household hazardous waste and tires from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, October 9, at the Maricopa Unified School...
Sheriff Offers History Lesson, Defines Position
Oct 1, 2004
In his monthly address to the citizens of Pinal County, Sheriff Roger Vanderpool provides an historical perspective of the role of the sheriff and...
Stop Lights on SR 347 Three Months Away
Sep 25, 2004
The transportation Santa Claus might very well have a Christmas present for Maricopa residents. Unfortunately, it won't be an early one. Securing a...
Juvenile Court, MUSD and Local Residents to “Huddle” Monday
Sep 24, 2004
The Department of Pinal County Juvenile Court Services, its Community Advisory Board (CAB) and the Maricopa Unified School District will be hosting a Community...
Inaugural Founder’s Day Celebration Set for October 16
Sep 23, 2004
In celebration of the one-year anniversary of Maricopa's incorporation as a city, the City's Parks, Recreation and Library Department is sponsoring a community event...
Robby Brown and K.J. Diehl among Winners in Punt, Pass & Kick
Sep 21, 2004
Maricopa's Parks, Recreation & Library (PRL) Department hosted the NFL Pepsi Punt, Pass & Kick Competition at Maricopa High School on Saturday. A...
HOA Advisory Board to Become “Watch Dogs”
Sep 18, 2004
The Rancho El Dorado "Advisory Board," a group of Rancho El Dorado residents who organized with the intent of advising the development's Homeowners Association...
Gila River Heritage Center (yes, the one you drive by every day) to Open September 10
Sep 2, 2004
The Ancient Ones, the Huhugam, are surely smiling. The Huhugam Heritage Center will be open to the public on Friday, September 10, 2004....
Local Electrician Helps Cool Down Church
Aug 30, 2004
Thanks to a serendipitous meeting outside the St. Francis de Sales Catholic Mission, Maricopa resident Robert McCullough showed the initiative and goodwill that embodies...
Library Signed Over to City
Aug 27, 2004
Garry Wilmeth, president of the library's board of directors, joined Mayor Kelly Anderson and City Manager Rick Buss for the official signing of the...
National Native American Golf Invitation Tees Off at Whirlwind
Aug 25, 2004
The First Annual National Native American Golf Invitational at the Whirlwind Golf Club tees off tomorrow. The Gila River Indian Community and the...
School Choir and Councilman Farrell Represent Maricopa Well in the “Big Leagues”
Aug 22, 2004
Maricopa residents hit a grand slam with over 1,000 in attendance at "Maricopa Day" at Bank One Ballpark. From the national anthem, to...
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