SIMPLE WAYS TO HELP OUR SCHOOLS

by Helen Neuharth, President/CEO, Greater Casa Grande Chamber of Commerce We have recently had several high school and college graduations and elementary school promotions, but it is never too soon to remind everyone of a program that will assist educators in the classroom. The program I have mentioned before and am mentioning again in this … Read More…

NEW ROADS AND FREEWAYS FOR PINAL COUNTY

Plan drives toward November ballot by Harold Christ, President/CEO Pinal Partnership An innovative and comprehensive transportation plan for Pinal County will go to the voters after the Pinal County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to place the measure on the November 2017 ballot. The transportation package would raise the Pinal County sales tax by one-half … Read More…

Casa Grande Recognized for Distinguished Budget Presentation

CASA GRANDE, AZ – The City of Casa Grande’s Finance Department is the proud recipient of the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for the 19th year. In order to receive this award, a governmental entity must meet several nationally recognized guidelines for effective budget … Read More…

WHAT’S DEVELOPING IN ELOY?

by Mark Benner, CEO, Eloy Chamber of Commerce | Photo by Norman Kent  Save the Date!  On Monday, May 29 at The Eloy Memorial Park Cemetery, the people of Greater Eloy will gather to remember and honor those who died in service to our country. Celebration starts at 9 a.m.  and is followed by an … Read More…

SKYDIVING IN ELOY

There’s a lot more happening than just falling out of planes! In Eloy, Arizona you may be aware that people are falling out of planes every day. Well, a lot more than that is happening in Eloy’s skydiving industry! Competitive teams, social events, world records and new and old businesses alike surround the jumpers that … Read More…

A COOLIDGE TREASURE

Visit Casa Grande Ruins National Monument The Casa Grande Ruins National Monument is one of Arizona’s lasting treasures.  Built around 1400 CE by Native Americans who inhabited the area, this Casa Grande or “Big House” stands as a symbol of how these people lived, worked and played.  Not much is known about the purpose of this … Read More…

COOLIDGE’S REVITALIZATION CONTINUES

I’m extremely proud of the great revitalization projects happening all around our city. Feedback from a survey, completed in early 2017, revealed a priority to repair or replace our older roadways. Upon the findings, we rapidly placed a team of hardworking city employees together and found ways to make improvements as quickly as possible. We … Read More…