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Mosquito fogging at Meadows Saturday

City Property, the Phoenix-based management company for the Maricopa Meadows Homeowners Association, will fog for mosquitoes in the community this weekend. Bircher Exterminating will begin...

Developer: City’s 2nd hospital to open within 2 years

The city’s second hospital will be up and running within two years, according to a spokesman for the developer. “We’re hoping for Planning & Zoning...

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...

Best Moms InMaricopa winners do it all 

Two words describe the three winners of 2022 Best Mom InMaricopa contest.  “Absolutely amazing,” declared Jim Carlisto of 72SOLD, a presenting sponsor for the contest....

Therapist: You matter

“Suck it up.” “It’s not that bad.” “Get over it.” “Stop being emotional.” These are phrases constantly thrown about in society in regards to...

Maricopa Wellness Center medical director answers common questions

Maricopa Wellness Center’s Medical Director, Kristina Donnay FNP-C, gets many emails asking aesthetic and wellness questions. We have decided to answer some of the...
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Pinal Public Health closes Maricopa clinic for renovations

The Pinal County Public Health building at 41600 W. Smith Enke Road has closed temporarily to prepare for additional services for women and children. The...

Health inspector dings 13 businesses with 40 violations

A summary of the March 15-April 11 food inspections by Pinal County Environmental Health Services: Bashas' Deli Equipment, Food-Contact Surfaces, Nonfood-Contact Surfaces and Utensils Observed a...

County offers tips for dealing with mosquitoes

With the recent outbreak of mosquitoes in Maricopa, especially in the Copper Sky area, the Pinal County is providing tips on how to avoid...
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City fogs at Copper Sky to address mosquitoes

The city has fogged for mosquitoes in response to complaints from parents of kids practicing soccer at Copper Sky. City recreation coordinator Matthew Reiter said...

TRUE ABA helps those with Autism Spectrum Disorder thrive

TRUE ABA opened its doors in Gig Harbor, WA, in 2017, providing home-, community-and school-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment for children and adults...

Coping with stressful news: Keep things in perspective

Today’s news reports have been less than encouraging for exiting a globally traumatic event, such as the COVID crisis, to cope with.  While feelings...

Gallery: Exceptional Health Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Maricopa City leaders were on hand at Exceptional Health, the City's first hospital on Friday for the facility's ribbon-cutting ceremony. Here are a few...
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Exceptional Community Hospital-Maricopa to expand

Less than three weeks after opening its doors as Maricopa’s first hospital, Exceptional Health Care has announced it will begin the Phase 2 addition...
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Is there really no need?

Happy New Year everyone! I’m hoping that many of you spent some quality time with family and friends. There are many components to aging well....
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Senior dental health and why it’s important

The holidays are over and we all probably put on a few pounds as well as made New Years resolutions that most of us...

City’s first hospital opens

Maricopa has its first hospital. Exceptional Community Hospital-Maricopa opened its doors today, bringing a local hospital to the city for the first time. Exceptional received its...
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CAC Recognizes 63rd Nursing Pinning Class

Twenty-one Central Arizona College students were recognized as graduates of the 63rd Nursing Division for completing the college’s nursing program this fall. The pinning ceremony,...

Maricopa Music Circle, Maricopa Chorus join forces for holiday spectacular

The Maricopa Music Circle (MMC) and Maricopa Chorus will perform together at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 18, in a concert guaranteed to lift...
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Holiday gift suggestions

In an attempt to reduce holiday stress, I’m going to provide you with some gift suggestions for friends and loved ones. Of course, in...

Tech careers for non-tech people

It’s no secret that careers based in the technology sector are amongst the most sustainable and future-proof. What’s not so obvious is that anyone can...
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Pinal County sees first West Nile deaths

Pinal County has recorded its first fatalities this year from West Nile virus. There have been two cases, with both victims over 80 years of...

Survivor forming COVID support group

Grace Gomez has had four generations of her family infected with COVID-19. She knows first-hand how valuable a support group could be, so she...
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Maricopa Seniors donate laryngoscopes to Fire Dept.

The City of Maricopa Fire/Medical Department has received a donation of four video laryngoscopes, devices used for intubation, from the Maricopa Seniors organization. Maricopa Fire/Medical...

Sun Life offers full spectrum of care

We’ve all been to the doctor, and they’re all pretty much the same, right? You go in, they look you over for 5-10 minutes,...

Zuwa Family Care: Where modern and holistic medicine meet

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Ben Franklin’s bit of wisdom seems to be a guiding principle for Ashley Hanners, the...

City to finally have its own hospital(s)

Maricopa’s booming growth brings lots of things — new stores, more traffic, rising home prices — and soon, two new hospitals for a city...

Board-certified docs expert in wound care, trauma, more

At Maricopa Foot and Ankle, we encounter many types of pathologies. Two of them are wound care and trauma. Wound care, especially for the foot...

Brandenburg: Keep your heart healthy, live longer

By Al Brandenburg Our heart is the hardest-working muscle in our body, and heart disease is a leading cause of death. So, it’s important to...
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City council members mixed on mask mandates

Mask mandates are a hot topic. Public opinion and public policy differ greatly. In some cities, masks are mandated by government, business, and schools;...