Coolidge, Arizona: State of the City

by Mayor Jon Thompson, City of Coolidge It was a pleasure delivering the State of the City address to our Coolidge Chamber of Commerce and community members in May. Coolidge is on a path to a brighter future with growth in our business community, new homes and many new projects starting to take shape. Nikola … Read More…

Casa Grande, Arizona: Cultural Enrichment In Public Places Builds Communities

by Craig H. McFarland, Mayor, City of Casa Grande The Casa Grande City Council embraces the responsibility for expanding experiences with performing and visual arts in public places and providing diverse forms of cultural enrichment. Art in public places enables people in all societies to better understand their communities. In 2017, the Arizona Commission on … Read More…

Superior, Arizona: A Wonderland for the Artistic Soul

by Mila Besich, Mayor, Town of Superior From my earliest childhood memories, art was everywhere in Superior, reflecting our town’s soul and its penchant for creativity. I remember large murals on the buildings and within our school and vividly recall the day in 1982 when the “Helping Hands” statue on Main Street was dedicated during … Read More…

MARICOPA, Arizona

Maricopa’s Bright Future Comes With Success Of Our Students; We Make The Grade by Christian Price, Mayor, City of Maricopa In Maricopa, we are fortunate to be in the middle of an economic and developmental boom. With this comes new businesses, more homes and continuously increasing educational opportunities. In March of this year, our City … Read More…

Eloy, Arizona

From Health Care To Recreation, Eloy’s Got You Covered This Summer by Joel G. Belloc, Mayor, City of Eloy Spring and summer are here and if you’re lucky enough to live in Eloy, there is plenty to do. Eloy excels at providing programs for youth, adults and seniors to enjoy the season through a healthy … Read More…

Celebrating 30 Years of CASA

Introduction by Denise Smith, Director Celebrating 30 years of the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program in Pinal County brings back memories for me as a young probation officer. All those years ago with then Judge William “Bill” O’Neil guiding us, our department came to realize that there was a need for this program. Starting … Read More…