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READY, AIM, FIRE: Box Canyon opens to public

A shooting range plagued by delays finally opened yesterday.   First slated for a March 2022 opening, Box Canyon Shooting Range suffered when felt like endless obstacles.  Rain...

Box Canyon: Maricopans likely will not be opening fire until fire restrictions end

Initially scheduled for a March 2022 opening, Box Canyon Shooting Range’s opening has been delayed time and again. Various problems pushed the projection to...

Shooting for Box Canyon’s opening date, BLM missed it by a mile

The opening date of the highly anticipated Box Canyon Recreational Shooting Site, delayed now for nearly a year, still is not set, the U.S....

BLM: Long-awaited Box Canyon shooting range to open in November

Shooting enthusiasts in the area, rejoice. The Box Canyon Shooting Range is scheduled to open in November -- finally, according to the U.S. Bureau...

The latest on Box Canyon Shooting Range opening

When the Bureau of Land Management missed the target on a March opening for its new Box Canyon Shooting Range, many local shooters were...

Box Canyon Shooting Range to open by March

With the beginning of the new year, Maricopa residents can start looking forward to the opening of a new shooting venue at Box Canyon. According...

Progress continues on shooting range in Box Canyon

The shooting range at Box Canyon will open in the next few months. Check back at inMaricopa.com for more details. https://youtu.be/35C4tjdJXms
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Photos: Construction underway at Box Canyon shooting range

Construction has begun at the new shooting site in Box Canyon. Maricopa resident and InMaricopa.com reader Dan Becker sent up a drone recently to photograph...

Box Canyon ready for another good cleaning

Picking up where an Eagle Scout left off, a collective of outdoor enthusiasts will be cleaning up Box Canyon on Saturday. Last year,...

Scout seeks volunteers for canyon clean-up

Box Canyon, southwest of Maricopa, is a popular recreational area that creates a need for litter removal.Rion Radford is a Life Scout and the...

Publisher: How lucky we are

Gratitude is a virtue in and of itself. For those who express it, a world of positivity is unlocked. Life is a lot easier when...

Seasonal fire restrictions begin Friday

Fire restrictions on Bureau of Land Management property begin Friday at 8 a.m.  These restrictions, which will be in effect in Maricopa, northern Pinal, western...
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ED3 joins partnership for renewable energy from massive solar project

Electrical District No. 3 has entered a partnership with Southwest Public Power Agency and its members on a 300-megawatt, utility-scale solar project that will...

Damage from rains forces shooting range to delay opening again

The shooting range at Box Canyon has been delayed yet again and it will not open in November as planned due to damage from...

23,000-acre park to rise from mountains west of Maricopa

The legendary naturalist John Muir was an early advocate for preserving the wilderness of America. Called the “Father of our National Parks,” he was passionate...
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Mayor’s State of the City blends present, future

Mayor Christian Price took the theme of Wednesday night’s State of the City address – “Pure Imagination,” from the song in the movie Willy...

New shooting range to open soon near Maricopa

Shooting enthusiasts in Maricopa and Pinal County will soon be able to hone their skills at a new facility. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management...

Feds seek to develop shooting range in Pinal County regional park range

Four areas in Pinal and Maricopa counties are being scoped out by the federal government as possible sites for a recreational shooting sports pilot...

PCSO search and rescue busy past two weeks

The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue (SAR) team has been involved in 15 missions the past two weeks as hiking season starts,...

‘We were trying to get him some help’

Brian Simmons died at his Villages at Rancho El Dorado home on Aug. 29 during an interaction with Maricopa police that started as a...

Quest to look best, feel best drives Maricopa Wellness’ dynamic owner

She’s a mom to two young children, a wife, a business owner, a national trainer for a medical device — which requires frequent travel...

Maricopa CPA eyes state House from neighboring district

Jim Chaston might be one of the most well-known politicians in Maricopa running for office. But no one in Maricopa can vote for him. The former...

Poll: Readers mostly split on support for Palo Verde park

The 23,000-acre Palo Verde Regional Park proposed by Pinal County for west of Maricopa enjoyed less-than-overwhelming support in this week’s informal poll. We asked: “Do...

Arizona Renaissance Festival to return February 2022

The Arizona Renaissance Festival will return Feb. 5 for its 34th season of merrymaking. The festival, held in Gold Canyon, is a 16th-century European style...
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Package travels 4,000 miles from Scottsdale to Maricopa

I came to Maricopa from the suburbs of Philadelphia in April. My brother Mike was gracious enough to make the 2,359-mile drive with me...

Undefeated Pathway girls take state title

With clutch play from senior Che’Leez Smith-Ralph, Sequoia Pathway fended off East Valley Athletes for Christ to win the Canyon Athletic Association’s Division 3...

Renaissance Fest opens gates this month

IF YOU GO What: Arizona Renaissance Festival When: Weekends Feb. 8-March 20, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Where: 12601 E. US Highway 60, Gold Canyon How much: Adults $26/advance, $28/gate;...

Pathway softball team undefeated, heads to CAA playoffs

After playing a perfect 14-0 season that wrapped Tuesday, the Sequoia Pathway varsity softball team is top seed in the Canyon Athletic Association Division...

Televised ‘World Long Drive’ comes to Ak-Chin

Golf’s longest drivers will compete in Ak-Chin’s first nationally televised sporting event May 15.IF YOU GO What: Ak-Chin Smash in the Sun World Long Drive When:...

Career in National Parks honed retiree’s skills in archiving history

When Dorothy Shally Charles started working for the National Park Service, singing was a job requirement.IF YOU GO What: The History of Scotty's Castle, Death...
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