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Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Editor: A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity

Last month, I learned a Holocaust survivor was living in our midst here in Maricopa. (Read story here.) Lea Stockhammer resides in Province, but she's...

Editor: Inflation, the new COVID-19

For the last few years, the reason behind labor and material shortages could be easily summed up: COVID-19. It was the reason for empty...

Editor: Taking the first step

An old Chinese proverb says the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Most people obsess over the thousand-mile part of that...

Editor: May InMaricopa magazine marks milestones

Maricopans should receive InMaricopa Magazine in their mailbox today. And as with every issue of InMaricopa, a theme seems to evolve. This month, it's all...

Editor: My simulated attempt at law enforcement

I may as well have put a tin star on my chest and called myself Matt Dillon, the sheriff in the long-running television show...

Volunteers make our city a better place

April is national volunteer month. In Maricopa, however, it seems like every month is volunteer month. There's no shortage of people in this community who...

Editor’s Letter: A brush with Maricopa fame

Talk about a juxtaposition. Victor Moreno, a photographer who sometimes lends his expertise to us here at InMaricopa, was out at Don Pearce Fire Station...

Lessons learned from the pandemic

Our actions affect others. That has to be the biggest takeaway from the COVID-19 pandemic we've all lived through for the past two years now. There...

Letter from the Editor: Resolutions worth keeping

With it being January, we've all made our New Year's resolutions. I'm sure many of the boilerplate items include losing weight, keeping a cleaner house...

Education spurs growth

As more housing developments pop up in and around Maricopa, complaints are lodged about roads and the transportation infrastructure needed for all these new...

Pleased to meet you

As I have made the rounds during my first few days as the Editorial Director for InMaricopa, I’ve been impressed with the sense of...

Editor: October magazine showcases past, present, future

While Maricopa has a prosperous future, its proud history has a few black marks. Western author and historian C.M. Curtis writes about one in...

Bartle: Magazine marked by memories

Our editor and friend Bob McGovern recently moved to our nation’s capital. As a result, I was tapped to be editor on an interim...

Town Hall sheds light on candidates, campaigning, critics

InMaricopa hosted its Town Hall for city council candidates July 9. The Facebook Live event generated lively and passionate responses from the audience and...

Now that we’re realigned …

  After a uniquely challenging spring, summer came to Maricopa bearing even more questions about the future. But July in particular brings an opportunity for...