PCSO opens new veterans unit

PCSO is launching a new veterans unit at the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office Adult Detention Facility. The program is called HUMV (Housing Unit for Military Veterans). Any individual who is booked into the jail will get his or her veteran’s status verified through Veterans Affairs. If a veteran, he or she can opt to join … Read More…

Attesa projected to employ more than 6,000

Approximately 61 percent of the future Attesa employees will reside in Pinal County, according to updated projections from an economic impact study prepared by Elliott D. Pollack & Company. Casa Grande is projected to benefit most from incremental local economic activity associated with nearly 5,000 Attesa employees. Maricopa, the county’s second largest city, is projected … Read More…

The City of Casa Grande would like to thank all of the participants in the 23rd Annual Electric Light Parade!

The winners are: THE MAYORS AWARD Absolute Construction #55 “APS POWER TO MAKE IT HAPPEN” AWARD Desert Sun Heating and Cooling #7 SMALL BUSINESS AWARD Wilson Crane Service LLC #67 PEOPLES CHOICE 3,900 total votes, 805 for winner Cross Roads Church #36 MOST ORIGINAL Casa Grande Head Start #13 The Grande Innovation Academy #9 The … Read More…

PERSONAL ART IN HOME DÉCOR

by Corianna Lee, Director, Coolidge Performing Arts Center We all know HGTV for shows such as “Fixer Upper,” “Flip or Flop” and “Property Brothers.” We eagerly anticipate the reveals at the end of the show, where the space is completely transformed and stylized, and wonder if we could ever see that type of transformations in … Read More…

Robson Ranch Arizona honored by “Where to Retire” magazine

Robson Ranch Arizona, located in Eloy, has been awarded a “Best Neighborhood” designation by “Where to Retire,” the only magazine in America geared toward helping people with retirement relocation decisions. The award recognizes outstanding master-planned and active-adult communities. A profile of the development is in the January/February 2018 issue, which became available nationwide on Dec. … Read More…

Pinal County voters approve transportation initiatives, FUSD bonds and water improvement districts

The long-discussed Propositions 416 and 417 were passed by voters in November, meaning residents may see new and improved roads and highways in the future. While it seemed more voters were in support of the Regional Transportation Authority’s countrywide road project plan, fewer voters were in support of the half-cent sales tax hike to fund … Read More…