- Your Voice
All constituents, Democrat, Independent or Republican are invited to join Senator Al Melvin as he addresses current and relevant Legislative District 11 and Arizona State issues. LD 11 Representatives Steve Smith and Adam Kwasman have been invited to attend, as well as Pinal County Elected Officials: Sheriff Paul Babeu, District 4 Supervisor Anthony Smith, Assessor Douglas Wolf, County Attorney Lando Voyles, Recorder Virginia Ross, School Superintendent Jill Broussard, and Clerk of the Superior Court Chad Roche. The County Officials who are able to attend may briefly address important issues within their respective offices. Question and answer period will follow.
Pinal County, a Democratic county encumbered with a history of corruption, has been viewed by many as primarily a rural void between Maricopa and Pima counties.
Five candidates are competing to become the supervisor for District 1 in Pima County after current supervisor Ann Day steps down later this year.
Thursday, Sept. 29
Pinal County Sheriff’s deputies on Monday, Feb. 7, arrested Lewis Paul Larkin, better known as the Pinal County assessor, on charges of driving under the influence.
On Wednesday, Sept. 3, 1877, Ed Schieffelin recorded his claim to the “Tombstone Mine” in the Territorial courthouse in Tucson.
November 22, 2006 - John Kai Jr. and younger brother Herb oversee a multimillion-dollar family operation they inherited from their immigrant parents.
Marana's first significant attempt to annex its way into Pinal County has gone down the tubes over a town businessman's concern about how it would affect a treated sewer sludge company he owns.
After years of being restricted by flood zone regulations that made it difficult to improve or sell their homes, some of the riverside residents of the Berry Acres neighborhood in Marana may soon be seeing a glimmer of hope.