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Al Brandenburg Maricopa

New health technology a boon to seniors

  The healthcare industry is evolving, thanks to policy changes, societal shifts and technological advances. New technologies like telemedicine have grown to a staggering degree during...

MHS volleyball opens season (GALLERY)

Maricopa High School’s varsity volleyball team made its debut at the 6A level this week. The Rams lost three matches, though able to win a...

MHS teachers complain of stress, overcrowding in first 72 hours back on campus

Three days after students returned to campus at Maricopa High School, some teachers were pushing back hard against the school board. The staff members wrote...
Pima Butte Elementary School

Pima Butte Elementary earns National Blue Ribbon award

Pima Butte Elementary School was recognized Thursday as a 2020 National Blue Ribbon School, one of just 367 U.S. public and private schools to...

POLL RECAP: Maricopa parents split on in-person classes for their children

With the Maricopa Unified School District #20 opening middle and high schools this week for in-person instruction, InMaricopa wanted to see how parents felt...

Sides may meet in MUSD land controversy

After a tense school board session Wednesday, two sides may be coming together to discuss the issues that created an impasse. Kelly Anderson, managing partner...
Senita

Lane closures set for Saturday in Senita

Lane closures on a main thoroughfare in the Senita development are scheduled Saturday morning for street maintenance. Construction will begin at 6 a.m. on Maricopa...
Evolve Maricopa Wellness Center

Evolve by INMODE at Maricopa Wellness Center

By Kristina Donnay, FNP-C Looking for a non-invasive way to tighten loose skin, enhance muscle tone, smooth cellulite and contour your body? If so, it...

Out millions in MUSD land deal, property owner questions motives

  Craig Emmerson was quite surprised at the news that greeted him Thursday morning. The managing member of Maricopa 240 LLC had negotiated the sale of...
Andre LaFond

LaFond: I am thrilled to be running for Maricopa City Council!

By Andre LaFond My wife, Kaylie, and I have been active members of the Maricopa community for about six years. We have a baby boy,...
Anderson Lopeman MUSD

MUSD loses preferred property for 2nd high school

Maricopa Unified School district ran into an impasse in its attempt to buy its preferred property for a second high school. “Tonight, we find ourselves...
Nancy Smith

Nancy Smith: I’m voting for Amber Liermann for city council

I will be voting for Amber Liermann for City Council. When I consider the candidate who has prepared to be a council member, Amber's commitment...

MUSD board member opposes high school site after family tract passed over

Maricopa Unified School District board member Torri Anderson and her husband, owners of family property passed over for the site of a new high...

County’s census drive revs up at Bashas’

  The Census Countdown Drive comes to Maricopa on Wednesday. The countywide series of 11 events began Friday in Superior and Kearny, with respective Pinal County...
A sweaty summer

It’s official: Summer 2020 was a hot mess for the ages

It goes without saying, perhaps, that the summer of 2020 was the hottest ever. Just about every day, it was a sweaty progression toward the...
Vincent Manfredi Maricopa

Manfredi endorses Amber Liermann for city council

The City of Maricopa has a lot at stake in the 2020 election. With seats already spoken for in the primary, voters are faced...

A love-hate relationship with oleanders

If oleanders are toxic, why do we have so many of them growing in Maricopa? Here’s the scoop on the good, the bad and...
Dayv Morgan Maricopa

Low mortgage rates make it a great time to refinance

With interest rates are as low as they have been this year, homeowners are facing a dilemma. Should they purchase a home or just...
Copper Sky Aquatic Center

Copper Sky staffer tests positive for coronavirus

Another staffer at Copper Sky has tested positive for coronavirus. The employee worked the front desk at the Aquatic Center, the city announced late Friday...
Victoria Piceno In Maricopa Advertising

GTK: Victoria Piceno, advertising professional and mom

Victoria Piceno, a 12-year resident of Maricopa, is an advertising professional at InMaricopa. Hometown: Los Angeles, California Reside in: Senita Maricopan since: 2008 Occupation: Advertising professional, InMaricopa Family: 3-year-old...
Bret Roberts state representative

State rep: Liermann is trustworthy and accountable

By state Rep. Bret M. Roberts I confidently recommend Amber Liermann, a longtime resident, for Maricopa City Council. Amber’s well-known commitment to the community promotes an...

POLL RECAP: Not everybody’s crazy about return of football

NFL football and the Sunday game-day tradition has returned. But heading into week two of the season, we wanted to see how many of...

MHS swimmers set school records in first meet

  School records were demolished Thursday as Maricopa High School swim team launched its 2020 season. The boys’ and girls’ teams defeated Casa Grande. “It was a...
Glenn Morrison Pinal Constable

Constable endorses Liermann for city council

By Glenn Morrison Join me in voting for long-time resident Amber Liermann for city council. Amber has gained my respect due to her years of volunteer...

Here’s why you received a Blue Alert on Thursday

If social media is any indication, people in Maricopa are wondering: what is a Blue Alert Warning? Cellphones clanged about 12:35 p.m. Thursday with the...

Council rookie a techie with decades of know-how

  It’s been a long road for Bob Marsh. A self-described dot-connector at age 76, he will be a fresh face on Maricopa City Council after...

Charter high schools pave way to get kids back on campus

  Charter high schools are setting an example for returning to campus amid COVID-19 as Maricopa Unified School District prepares to bring back secondary students...
Rollover crash 347 Farrell

3 rescued from overturned SUV on SR 347

Fire rescue workers extricated three people from an overturned GMC SUV on Wednesday morning on State Route 347, just north of Farrell Road. The vehicle...

History photo: Changing landscape

The 1917 perspective of what used to be the town center no longer exists but for the top of the ever-present water tower. The...

Where Are They Now: Former vice mayor reflects on growth in city, career

It has been three years since Brent Murphree’s career in the cotton industry took him away from his Rancho El Dorado home and local...

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