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Thursday, June 30, 2022

Tough start for MHS boys’ basketball (GALLERY)

The varsity basketball teams at Maricopa High School are having opposite fortunes during the young season. After Thursday's home loss to Notre Dame Prep 67-39,...

MHS grad on the rise with Arizona track

Maricopa High School graduate Pjai Austin recently finished the indoor track season at University of Arizona, where he led the Wildcats in his three...

PRICE: Big projects ahead in next decade

Let me be the first to welcome you into the New Year and say that 2014 will be another year of monumental things occurring...

Smith: Vitiello short on facts, yet again

By Anthony Smith The role of county supervisor requires a person to pay attention to details and be a good researcher of the facts. The...

Police getting grants to help fight underage drinking, speed enforcement

The Maricopa Police Department recently received two grants from the Governor's Office of Highway Safety to combat underage drinking and traffic violations in the city.

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...

Town Hall for City Council candidates scheduled

InMaricopa will host a Town Hall to help voters get to know the candidates wanting to represent them on the Maricopa City Council on...

Readers not into New Year’s resolutions

Of the 170 readers who answered this week’s InMaricopa.com poll question asking what their New Year’s resolution will be, 40 percent said they don’t...

City mails new program schedule, provides ‘drop and shop’ childcare plus staff meet and...

The winter 2008 edition of The Activator, Maricopa's Parks and Recreation program schedule, will be delivered to every household in Maricopa during the week of Dec. 8.

Squirt-gun fight draw for delayed Fourth event

The city’s attempt to break the Guinness world record for the largest water-gun fight – a distinction currently held by Bangkok, Thailand – is...

Photographer important part of high school graduations

Victor Moreno has shot dozens of covers for InMaricopa, magazine but in terms of volume, the magazine photos are a small percentage of his...

Non-profits displayed at Community Support Day

Non-profits displayed at Community Support Day

Council spends record amount…and that’s good news!?

On Tuesday, Aug.18, before a handful of steadfast "regulars" as well as several new, young faces, Maricopa's City Council "spent" a record high for a single meeting. In about 90 minutes council approved expenditures just shy of $20.6 million dollars.

Car dealer holding tent sale

Premier Auto Center, a Casa Grande car dealership, will be hosting a tent sale in Maricopa this week.

A+ Charters Schools hires Nate Wong as athletic director

Nate Wong will join A+ Charters Schools as athletic director for the 2021-2022 school year. Wong, 40, will build a program at the new school...

Fourth of July event moves to Saturday

Due to the inclement weather, the Great American Barbecue has been rescheduled to Saturday, 5:30 p.m. at Pacana Park.Please join us on Saturday for...

MHS Rams to play Williams Field in 5A playoffs

Maricopa High School’s football team has been pushed up to a 15th-place ranking in today’s state playoff bracket announcements. The Rams will play No....

It’s time to vote for the Best Dad InMaricopa

Let's celebrate Father's Day with the Best Dad InMaricopa Contest, sponsored by ACE Maricopa Hardware. Readers will be able to vote for their favorites through...

MPD Report May 21, 2009

04:00:00 05/21/09 09-06580 DUI HONEYCUTT & SANTA ROSA, MA ...

Potter: Great service by Saks and Ryan

I just read such an an amazing article, (https://www.inmaricopa.com/Article/2015/01/30/adam-saks-ultrastar-coo),that I needed to  thank Inmaricopa for publishing it.Not only did it capture the community-oriented leadership...

Southern Pacific employed 1,100 Chinese-American railroad workers

The Chinese was the largest group of immigrants to the West. Immigrants worked in a variety of trades, such as mining, small businesses, farming, ranching, and especially with the railroad.

No voter re-registration due to ZIP code changes

County Recorder Laura Dean-Lytle announced last week that voters who are registered in the areas affected by upcoming ZIP code changes will not have to re-register.

Be Awesome takes on teen empowerment, involvement

By Jiselle Diaz Teenagers find it difficult to feel empowered. According to one study, 57 percent of teens have experienced persistent feelings of sadness, rage and...

Future of MaX and COMET unknown after lottery funding pulled

Budget issues led the state to eliminate transportation assistance, funded by Powerball ticket purchases.

Babeu requests identities of illegal immigrants released in Pinal County

Secretary Janet Napolitano Department of Homeland Security U.S. Department of Homeland Security Washington, D.C. 20528Re: Release of Illegal Immigrants  Dear Secretary Janet Napolitano,I'm writing...

Maricopans head to MAC for Farm Day (GALLERY)

University of Arizona's Maricopa Agricultural Center had its flora and fauna on display along with labs, games, farm equipment and vendors for its popular...

Maricopa’s Friends of the Library host annual book sale

The Friends of the Maricopa Community Library held their second annual used book sale on Saturday, October 22, in conjunction with the Rancho El...

MHS track athletes recording personal bests in prep for state

As the track & field regular season closes, Maricopa High School senior Jacob Cowing has the fastest time recorded this season for the 200-meter...