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Copper Basin News

Celebrating More Than 50 Years of News Coverage in the Copper Basin Vol. 53 No. 42

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

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Nancy Celis, Amanda Corral to serve as Fiesta Patrinas

See Story, Page 5

Also In This Issue:

Infant Jesus of Prague Fiesta & Jubilee, See Story, Page 6 See Schedule, Page 4

Annual Hayden-Ray Game, See Stories & Photos, Pages 12-15


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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

Tributes

Dorothy Rose Barnby

Dorothy Rose Barnby, 80, passed away in Chandler, Ariz. on Oct. 17, 2011. Dorothy was born in Sulphur Springs, Arkansas. Dorothy and her husband John moved to Arizona in 1955 and in 1959 purchased a home in Kearny where they raised their 11 children. Dorothy worked as an office manager at the Copper Basin News for 20 years. Dorothy and John moved to Mesa in 1992 to be closer to their children and grandchildren. Dorothy is preceded in death by her husband,

John, and is survived by 10 children and one deceased: Mary Maloof (Michael), Linda Hubbard (Jimmy), Beverly Winkel (Robert), John Barnby Jr., (Sandy), Donna Lease (Tom), Kathy Fief (Don), David Barnby (Sharalyn), Jeanne Esquivel (Chuck), Debi Newcomb (John), Sharon Wall (Bill) and Carol Stedman (Gil); 22 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Dorothy is remembered as a devoted mother; grandmother and friend who loved to cook and share a good joke. Friends and family

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Dorothy Rose Barnby are welcome to attend services Friday, Oct. 21, at Mountain View Funeral Home, 7900 East Main Street in Mesa. The viewing will be held at 1 p.m. and services will begin at 2 p.m. Thank you Mom/ Grandma for always making us smile. As mom would say as family left from a visit, “See you in the funny papers.” We Love You! The family requests that any donations please be made to the Alzheimer’s Association of Arizona.

October 19, 2011

Matthew David Breneman Our beloved son, father, grandfather, and brother, Matthew David Breneman, passed away October 12, 2011, in Woodbury, Minnesota. Matt was born on December 12, 1952 to Ray Milton and Laura Jean Breneman in Ray. Ray was a small mining town and the family later moved to the Phoenix area and then settled in Kearny, when Matt was five. He grew up surrounded by nine very active brothers and sisters and their playground was the surrounding desert and nearby river. Swimming at the town pool and sandlot baseball were the main activities during the summer months. Matt attended Ray Public Schools in Kearny and was a member of the school band, where he played the trumpet. He also participated in the school plays and musical productions. He belonged to the Infant Jesus of Prague Catholic Church and was an altar boy when he was in school. He married Rhonda Kornegay in May 1971 and they had two sons and later divorced. Matt raised his daughter, Chantil, as a single parent. He was also actively involved with

raising Chantil’s children and had a special love for Shaylin Janet Maloof and Monica Elizabeth Maloof. Shaylin spent the recent summer months traveling with him on his truck. Matt was a very hard worker and always had a good job to support his family. His first career was working as a miner for various mining companies in Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Nevada and Wyoming, and even for a company in Queensland, Australia, where the actual mining took place on a Malaysian island. During that time he developed a deep affection for the Malaysian people. He enjoyed working underground and was a member of many mine rescue teams. In his second career, he worked as a truck driver, primarily on long haul trips. He traveled into almost every state and had many stories to tell about the different locations where he picked up and delivered freight. His droll and rather dry wit, made each story one to be fondly remembered. Three years ago, he moved to Minnesota where he lived with his very good friend, Valarie Stepanek. This was one of the happiest times of his life and they were able to spend many

Matthew David Breneman weekends at Val’s family cabin in Wisconsin. Matt is survived by his mother, Laura Jean Breneman; children: Chantil Jean Breneman, David Matthew Breneman and Daniel Christopher Breneman; seven grandchildren; brothers and sisters: Ray Jr. (Randy), Laura (Sid) Williams, Allison Converse, Daniel, John Reilly, Timothy, Stephanie (George) White, Thaddeus, Cynthia, Joseph and Geneva; and many nieces and nephews. His father, Ray, preceded him in death. A service for family and friends is planned for after Thanksgiving in Arizona.


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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

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Ernie Carnighan

Tribute

December 25, 1942 - Oct. 10, 2011

Ernie Carnighan passed on peacefully in his home on Oct. 10, 2011, surrounded by his sister, five nieces and other close family and friends. Ernie was born on Dec. 25, 1942 to John and Nasaria Carnighan in Tucson. He grew up in Mammoth and graduated in 1961 from San Manuel High School. Ernie enlisted in the U.S. Army and served from 19621967, some of that time stationed in Germany. He worked for Magma

Copper Company for a few years before getting hired at ASARCO Mining Company driving a pickup truck, making and picking up deliveries for most of his career. He drove thousands of miles without having a single accident, although he may have caused a few. He retired after 34 years. He loved to play the guitar and sing. Ernie was well known and liked by many in the community. He was proud of the fact that he took care of

his mother, Nasaria, for 14 years after she had a debilitating stroke. He also took on the formidable task of raising five, yes five, nieces as if they were his own. Anna, Christine, Virginia, Mary and Patricia can attest to the fact that Ernie was a loving, selfless, kind and giving man who took the time to teach them to be good people. He gladly took on the lifelong role as their father, right up to the end of his life. His many friends

can also tell of Ernie’s generosity and his willingness to help those in need. “Uncle Ernie” will be sorely missed by all his family and friends. He was a God-fearing man and was a fine example to many as how to live one’s life. Preceded in death by his parents, John and Nasaria Carnighan and halfbrother Arthur Carnighan, Ernie is survived by his brother, Gilbert Carnighan of Fullerton, California; his sister, Dora Mendoza

of Mammoth; his five nieces, Anna Esquivel, Christine (Marty) Ponce, Virginia (Tony) Garcia, Mary (Johnny) Borquez, and Patricia (Craig) Williams; also three nephews, Mark Carnighan, Robin Carnighan, Jerome Carnighan and many grand nieces and nephews. Arrangements were entrusted to the care of Vistoso Funeral Home. To leave an online condolence please visit guestbook at www. vistosofuneralhome.com.

Ernie Carnighan

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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

October 19, 2011

La Fiesta del Santo Niño Golden Jubilee Infant Jesus of Prague Parish Established 1961

Celebrating 50 Years Oct. 21 & 22 • Mexican Food • Hamburgers • Hotdogs • Snack Food • Jumping Castle • Train Rides • Games • Much More Events Schedule *Friday

4 p.m. ...................Booths Open 4 p.m. ...................D.J. Jesse Baltierra 5 p.m. ...................Breauna Hathaway 5:30 p.m. ...........D.J. Music Jesse Baltierra 6 p.m. ....................Maria Avenetti 6:30 p.m. ............Jesse Baltierra 7 p.m. ....................Mariachi Pasion 9 p.m. ....................Grupo of Matthew Avelar, Matthew Solis and Adrian Romero The following wish Infant Jesus of Prague Parish the very best during its celebration and are very proud to be sponsors of La Fiesta del Santo Niño: Mercy Avelar and family Richard and Mary Huerta Arnold Santos and family Joe V. Tovar and family Mary Castro and family Richard Bracamonte and family Chuy and Frankie Olmos and family Danny and Alice Ramirez and family Vicki Clark and family

Lonny and Joyce McNavage Chilo and Dolores Esquivel Joe Rios Annette Barajas and family Frank and Minnie Huerta and family Louis Fontes and family Gary and Annette Berumen and family Richard and Debbie Huerta Jay, Miriam and Matthew Avelar

*Saturday

8:30 a.m. ............Mariachi Mass with Bishop Kicanas celebrating a Special Mass proclaiming Fr. Thomas as the official Pastor of Infant Jesus of Prague 10 a.m. ...............Booths Open 10 a.m. ................Mariachi Azteca del Sol 11 a.m. ...............Norma Chavez 11:30 a.m. .......DJ Jesse Baltierra 12 noon ..............Mario Duran 12:30 p.m. ........DJ Jesse Baltierra 1 p.m. ...................Maria Avenetti 1:30 p.m. ...........DJ Jesse Baltierra 2 p.m. ...................Alexa Armenta 2:30 p.m. ...........Norma Chavez 3 p.m. ...................Mario Duran 3:30 p.m. ...........DJ Jesse Baltierra 4 p.m. ...................Maria Avenetti 4:30 p.m. ...........DJ Jesse Baltierra 5 p.m. ...................Baile Folklorico Alma de Superior 6 p.m. ...................Mariachi Los Changuitos Feos 8 p.m. ....................Grupo Amanecer *Subject to change


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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

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Nancy Celis, Amanda Corral to serve as Fiesta Patrinas By Vicki Clark Many, many years of making hundreds and hundreds of green chili burros are the main memories that Dolores “Nancy” Celis and Amanda Corral recall when asked about their service to the Infant Jesus of Prague Parish. These special ladies were selected to reign over La Fiesta del Santo Niño Golden Jubilee as Patrinas during the 50th anniversary of the Parish for all they have given to the Parish over the last 40 plus years. Both ladies were active in St. Helen’s Parish in Sonora and continued to help after they moved to Kearny. “When I first volunteered to help out in the kitchen in Kearny, I was assigned to the pots and pans,” said Nancy. “I moved up the

ladder and eventually became front kitchen help rolling burros.” According to both ladies, burros were made for special functions and fund raising and they were always called upon to donate and work. The kitchen crew had it down to a science making the burros in an assembly line. “And who can forget Pat Seater,” Nancy said. “She didn’t make the burros, but she was a great salesman, calling all over town to sell the burros, and she delivered. It was a lot of work, but we had fun.” Along with the green chili, there were also many pots and roasters of rice, beans and menudo made for past fiestas and Pioneer Days booths. “We really worked hard during Pioneer

Days, but the men helped out a lot,” Amanda said, adding that her husband “Pepe” was always ready to lend a hand where ever it was needed. Nancy and her husband Gilbert were also active in the Cursillo Movement for many years and helped to clean the church and rectory. Over the years the ladies saw many priests come and go and they had their favorites. Both have a soft spot for Fr. Angel, who they knew well from his many years at St. Helen’s. He baptized all our kids and gave them First Holy Communion, the ladies said. Nancy remembers cleaning the rectory and telling Fr. Angel to ‘pick up your feet or you won’t get married.’

“He would laugh from his chair where he sat enjoying his cigar and a little drink.” She was also very close to Fr. Moore. The ladies are excited about reigning over the fiesta. When Amanda was asked about her reaction to the honor, she smiled and said, “I don’t know, but I cried…why me, did I die…I can’t go to church much anyone, but I love to pray.” Nancy said it made her heart jump when she found out. “I don’t know if I deserve it, it’s such an honor,” she said. “I love my church, I love everything about it, even the benches that are hard on my back.” The ladies will be honored during the Mass on Saturday morning and also during ceremonies following.

Nancy Celis and Amanda Corral will serve as Patrinas at the La Fiesta del Santo Nino. (Vicki Clark photo)


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October 19, 2011

Infant Jesus of Prague’s Fiesta set for this weekend; Parish celebrates Golden Jubilee By Vicki Clark Infant Jesus of Prague’s La Fiesta del Santo Niño Golden Jubilee is slated for Friday and Saturday, Oct. 21 and 22. The Parish will be celebrating its 50th anniversary with lots of food, entertainment, fun and games. Booths will open Friday afternoon at 4 p.m. with DJ Jesse Baltierra and Copper Basin Idol finalists entertaining from 4 to 7 p.m. Mariachi Pasion will take the stage from 7 to 9 p.m. followed by the group of Matthew Avelar, Matthew Solis and Adrian Romero.

Saturday’s festivities will open with a Mariachi Mass at 8:30 a.m. The Most Reverend Gerald Kicanas will be visiting the Parish and will also install Fr. Thomas as Pastor of the Parish. Mariachi Azteca del Sol will perform on stage until 11 a.m. Also performing from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. will be Norma Chavez, Jesse Baltierra, Mario Duran and Copper Basin Idol finalists. Folklorico Alma de Superior will entertain from 5 to 6 p.m. followed by Mariachi Los Changuitos Feos at 6 p.m. Grupo Amanecer will be

playing from 8 p.m. to midnight for listening and dancing pleasure. Other entertainment includes a jumping castle and train rides and several raffles will be held. Also Golden Jubilee t-shirts and a booklet containing the Parish’s history with pictures will be for sale. A memory area is being planned inside the Hall. Anyone can bring pictures or other memorabilia to share. Check out the Fiesta ad for times and be sure to bring a lawn chair. Shade canopies are also welcome.

Great ‘Punkin’ and Trunk or Treat 2011 By Rosalind Padilla Approximately 52 years ago businessmen Jim Postel and Bill Belobradich gathered the children in the newly formed town of Kearny and led a parade of these costumed children around the new business district which included the GKI, Milton’s Grocery (ACE), Postel’s Drug Store, George’s Liquor Store and the Post Office (where the ARC is now located). These two men and their wives had packaged enough candy

so that every child in town got some. This tradition soon became the Great ‘Punkin.’ The Great ‘Punkin’ structure has had to be rebuilt a few times over the past 52 years and the tradition lives on in memories of parents, grandparents and greatgrandparents who have gone through the mouth of that pumpkin themselves as youngsters. Alden road will be closed from the Bank of the West crosswalk to the

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Mini Market crosswalk, Saturday, Oct. 29. The Great ‘Punkin’ begins at 4 p.m. and is under the direction of the Junior Chamber members, starting with the youngest children first. The second annual Trunk or Treat will run simultaneously with businesses, churches, local clubs and organizations and individuals lined up on the street with games, treats and other surprises. At this time we know that Gordon’s will have a Pumpkin Patch. Check at the store for more specific details. The Chamber will be selling hamburgers, hotdogs and nachos with proceeds going to Winter Wonderland children’s activities. Haunted Houses are fun especially for those putting it together and a great one is planned for the community. The halls of the Pinal County Building will be transformed into a


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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

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Accident at Resolution Copper sends man to the hospital By Taylor Beard A Superior man is listed in serious condition Monday after an accident at Resolution Copper’s East site. According to a spokesperson for Resolution Copper, Gilbert Chavez, a contractor working for Resolution Cooper on a crew that’s sinking the

#10 shaft at the East Plant, was seriously injured at approximately noon on Friday. Chavez was working at the bottom of the shaft, 4,853 feet below the surface, when a steel door fell about 50 feet from the galloway above, striking him in the lower back. The door was estimated to

weigh between 150 and 200 pounds. No other employees were injured. An investigation is underway by the Mine Safety and Health Administration, Rio Tinto and Resolution to understand how the door became unhinged and fell. Other employees on site

administered First Aid and transported Chavez to the surface where he received additional emergency medical attention from RCM medical responders and the Superior Fire Department before he was taken by helicopter to Scottsdale Memorial Hospital. All shaft work at the East

Kearny Police Report According to state law, there are two methods by which police may arrest suspected offenders. The suspect may be physically taken into the department and booked into jail, or the arresting officer may write a citation and release the suspect to appear in court later. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Only criminal citations are listed. All damages are estimates. Oct 11 Timothy Richard Payton,

18 of Kearny, was arrested for driving with a suspended license, no current registration and no proof of mandatory insurance. He later was charged with five counts of burglary to vehicles and was transported to Florence and booked into the Pinal County Adult Detention Center. Oct 12 A sixteen-year-old male juvenile was arrested and charged with theft of means of transportation and three counts of burglary to vehicles. He was transported to Florence and booked into

the Pinal County Juvenile Detention Center. Criminal damage was reported on the 300 block of Greenwich. A window of a residence was broken. Oct. 13 Christopher Ray Stevens, 32 of Peoria, was arrested on a warrant out of Maricopa County. He was transported to Florence and booked into the Pinal County Adult Detention Center. Oct. 14 A 9-year-old male juvenile was arrested for shoplifting at Gordon’s IGA.

Criminal damage was reported at Ray High School. Several sites around the football field had been spray painted with blue paint. Oct. 15 Milo D. Candelaria, 43 of Kearny, was arrested for disorderly conduct/disruptive behavior. Crystal Myra Rivera, 33 of Kearny, was arrested for DUI/ extreme. Oct. 16 Theft from a vehicle and criminal damage was reported near the Kearny Cemetery. See Police, Page 11

Plant has been suspended with the exception of water pumping activities pending completion of the investigation. Chavez is employed by Cementation and it is understood that Cementation has been working closely with the family to assist them in

any way they can. Resolution Copper also has offered its assistance with the situation. “Our focus is on Mr. Chavez and his family,” said Jon Cherry, Vice President of Resolution Copper. “He’s a member of the RCM family and our thoughts are with him and his family.”

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October 19, 2011

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Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce’s Oktoberfest 2011

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A great thank you to Neal Wood for providing the entertainment Friday evening Thanks to everyone who donated prizes and purchased ads Kearny Glass and Mirror Apache Gold Casino Resort (Jim Lawrence) Kearny Golf Club ARC-NEPC Kearny Life Center, Art Padilla Jr. Portable Welding Kearny Senior Center ASARCO LLC La Cantina Golden Eagle Distributors Mary King Cecil Trucking ( Don Amos, Jack Wagner) Napa Auto Parts, Charlie’s Barber Shop, Native Air, Chen’s Chinese Bistro Old Time Pizza Copper Area Health Volunteers Padilla Family Copper Area Realty, Patsy Schoppel Copper Basin News Rag’s Car Wash Copper Basin Railway, Ray Federal Credit Union Copper Net Systems Inc Rosalia’s Restaurant Copper Valley Medical Clinic Sparklett’s Water, Cosmic Coffee Desert Rose Teapot Mountain Family Dentistry General Kearny Inn There’s Always Hope Gordon’s Market Town of Hayden Hayden Senior Center Town of Kearny Jake Trendz Joey Romero A Captured Moment by Judge Larry Bravo Angela Ramirez Kearny Auto

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San Carlos Agency, BIA. She had never been to Aravaipa Creek, so I pointed out to her where the Allotment property lines were, and as we stood by the side of the road west of Clabber Cut, looking towards the lower creek area where the old Indian Ditch had been across the creek, we saw several tents and vehicles over there. We also stopped and walked into the area that was referred to as “Sycamore”, but that old Sycamore tree had died some time ago because of the picnickers who had built a fire in the 1983 flood debris at the base of the tree, causing a hole in the tree in which they threw their garbage. Janice and I also stopped at the area that was referred to as “Pack In - Pack Out”, and she waded across the creek to talk to picnickers there. This meeting had taken place not long before BOR wanted to compensate Cliff and I for the possible inundation of portions of our land during flood conditions because of the barriers. And, as I previously wrote, we declined BOR’s offer of $6200. In April of 2000, we had given BOR permission to perform land surveys on our creekside property, as they wanted to verify the

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lands on Aravaipa Creek, and it was on the upper Elin Chiquito Allotment where the controversial paired fish barriers were planned to

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By Georgie Wood (ggannwood@yahoo.com) Because the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) held “In Trust” the Allotment

results of their study about the backwater effects of the properties upstream of the proposed fish barriers. Because of a request from the Aravaipa Property Owners Association (APOA), a consultant was selected to review BOR’s designs for the barriers, and in their report the consultant, Simons, Li, and Associates, Inc., believed the sedimentation would continue upstream for a much greater distance than BOR believed. BOR awarded a contract to EPC Corporation of Glendale, Arizona to construct the two fish barriers in Aravaipa Creek, and the work was expected to begin after Labor Day of 2000, and completed in December of 2000, but due to rain and some creek flooding, it took much longer. I took many pictures of the building of the barriers. Although an August of 2000 letter from Janice Staudte had stated her interest in the fencing of the Allotment lands, no trespassing signs, fire protection, and law enforcement, the only thing done by BIA was to send some of their law enforcement, which consisted

of men from the San Carlos Police Department and Fish and Game Department, to check the Allotment lands on the Easter weekend of 2001. I was told that they were very nice to the many people who had driven up the Aravaipa road to picnic on the then-unfenced Allotment lands. As I previously wrote, there was no Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Pinal County Sheriffs Office and BIA as to giving the right for our Pinal County Sheriffs Office to take care of trouble on the Allotment lands. There was no management by BIA, and our Pinal County law enforcement was restricted to the Aravaipa road and the adjacent private properties. A November 1, 2001 letter from BOR stated that the maintenance responsibilities for the barriers had been transferred to the Central Arizona Project (CAP) and that CAP operates and maintains the CAP Canal System of which the barriers are a mitigative part. From what I understand, mitigation has played a big role in the changes in different rural areas, not welcome by all.

John Manuel Solis advances to Rock A Doodle Doo Finals Brought to you by Dirty Goat productions, the Rock A Doodle Doo Singing Contest, at Rooster’s in Mesa, 3731 East Main Street, started Aug. 8 with qualifying rounds every Monday at 9 p.m., until its end on Oct. 17. Contests were judged by vocal ability, stage presence, appearance and audience response, with a $400 first place and a $100 second place prize on the line. John Manuel Solis, a Ray High Alum originally of Kearny, cinched a spot in the Finals in the Pop category with his

rendition of ‘I’m A Believer’ by the Monkeys; and in the Alternative category performing ‘Arm’s Open Wide’ by Creed. Other contestants who performed in the Finals, in no particular order were: Heather Minnick, Fara Gibson, Annie Lee, Rusty Wolford and Emily Hopkins. Results of the contest were unavailable at press time. For more news on the contest outcome log in to Facebook and check out Rooster’s Country page at https://www.facebook. com/pages/RoostersCountry/115347481828027.


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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

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CVIT celebrates 10 year anniversary! Cobre Valley Institute of Technology (CVIT) was established in November 2000. It is one of 13, voter approved, Joint Technical Education Districts (JTED) in Arizona. The JTED system along with community colleges, universities and primary and secondary schools is one of four pillars of Arizona’s educational system. Each JTED takes on a challenge to prepare Arizona Students for highly competitive workforce. As a result of the efforts of JTED system, more than 100 school districts have the opportunity to provide innovative Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs for students. CVIT’s funding comes from two sources: state appropriations and secondary property taxes from its five member school districts. In November 2000, voters in Hayden/Winkelman, Miami and Superior school districts voted to form a JTED. San Carlos citizens decided to vote to join CVIT in November 2006. In November 2008 Globe voters decided to invest in high quality CTE education and said yes to CVIT. CVIT receives funds and distributes them based on two program delivery methods: satellite and central programs. Satellite programs are taught on the campus that student regularly attends (home school) and are approved by the Arizona Department of Education. CVIT financially supports those programs to ensure that students gain vital technical knowledge and skills in state-of the-art facilities. Some of the programs include Agriculture, Audi Visual, Education Professions, Early Childhood Education, Drafting, Construction Technologies, Automotive Technologies, Welding, Business Management and Administrative Services, Marketing, Hospitality, Culinary Arts, Information Technologies. Central Programs are CTE programs taught on facilities other than student’s regular campus and are approved by Arizona Department of Education. These programs are taught at CVIT learning sites and are supported by community partners and Gila Community College (GCC). CVIT has partnered with GCC to provide

an ethical, productive and technically trained workforce that meets Global needs of business and industry. Through the years CVIT offered: Fire Science, CNA, Electrical Instrumentation, Graphic Design and Welding central programs. All Central Programs are offered for college credit, with no cost to the student, and upon successful completion of studies, students receive Community College Certificates and/or are eligible for industry testing and certifications. Today’s workplace is challenging like never before. Employers demand that workers have solid skills as well as ability to adapt to a change and new technology. High school students are in a position that their parents never imagined. Advances in information processing, communications, electronics, and unstable

economic environment that create difficulties of getting and keeping employment have changed and will continue to change working environment and lifestyles. CTE programs combine classroom instruction, laboratory work, work-based learning experiences, and participation in student organizations. CVIT along with Arizona JTEDS is taking on the challenge of preparing students for the reality of today’s workplace. Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) are proven to have a positive impact on career development because they offer “real life” experiences, insight into careers, and chance to make valuable contacts with business professionals. Arizona Department of Education reports graduation rate for JTED’s is 96.79 percent. This is far above the overall

state graduation rate which is in the 75 percent range. Graduation rates are based on

cohort years for comparison with other populations. The average related placement rate is

66.44 percent. This rate includes only the immediate past year See CVIT, Page 11

CVIT Celebrates 10 year anniversary! Neil Barwick (business manager), Francine Gregovich (board member, Miami), Gary Grounds (board member, Globe), Arthur Alvarado (board member, Hayden), Louie Rabago (board member, Superior), Pete Guzman (superintendent), Dirl Cole (program coordinator) marked the event with a photo. (Submitted photo)

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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

October 19, 2011

School Superintendent Orlenda Roberts announces public symposiums on “Arizona Ready” FLORENCE – Are you a resident who is interested in improving children’s educational opportunities in Pinal County? If so, School Superintendent Orlenda Roberts invites you to participate with school district leaders in a symposium that will explain and plan for Governor Jan Brewer’s “Arizona Ready” education reform policy. “We invite any Pinal County resident to take part in any of our two sessions that will explain what ‘Arizona Ready’ is and how to prepare for it,” Superintendent Roberts said. “We are looking to engage county leaders, educators, parents, business owners – anyone who has a stake in the future of our children’s education.” The Pinal County School Superintendent’s Office will host two symposiums for county residents. The first one will take place at the Florence Holiday Inn on Friday, Oct. 21. The second one will be at the Superior High School Gymnasium on Friday, Oct. 28. Both symposiums will begin at 8 a.m. and conclude at 12:30 p.m. “Our aim for the

symposiums is to inform participants of the state model for regionally delivered educational services and support, this will help advance the goals set forth in ‘Arizona Ready’,” Roberts said. “Governor Brewer’s educational reform plan identifies relevant, practical, locally-defined and regionally delivered service and support to schools and school districts. This new plan has set an aggressive framework that will assist all of our public schools in ensuring that all students are prepared for success in college and career.” The School Superintendent said the half-day symposiums have been designed as highly collaborative with a heavy emphasis on attendee’s participation. This will help the Pinal County Education Services Agency (PCESA) in developing a strategic plan for extending the agency’s current programs and services. This will allow PCESA to deliver greater support in the five key areas of “Arizona Ready”: data use, standards and assessment, teacher and principal effectiveness, support for struggling schools and students along with better educational opportunities in

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math).

If you are interested in attending one of the

symposiums please contact Janette McClintock at

(520) 866-3602 or email at jmclintock@pinalesa.org.

Life lessons are sometimes messy By Jennifer R. Carnes It’s been quite a journey for our family since the six little Schnauzers arrived in our household. The babies are now eating sloppy messy puppy food and becoming less dependent on their mom (for which she’s extremely grateful). They’re also developing personalities of their own. Lauren, who shares a room with the new little ones, has decided she can do without the noise of babies, thank you very much. “Make them shut up,” she has groaned on more than one early morning when the babies decide it’s time to get up and EAT! I think this has permanently cured her desire for a brother or sister (for which I’m extremely grateful). We have all enjoyed watching the babies learn

how to play with each other. I’m absolutely amazed sometimes to see them playing the same game we see their mom and our other dog playing, the “can I chew on your face” game. The babies also tackle each other the way Penny does our Dachshund. Lauren is currently studying genetics in her seventh grade life science course (great timing). She has done Punnett Squares using the babies’ parents as subjects. I love that we can turn these experiences into life lessons for her to learn. I’m also a devious mom/teacher – believe it or not, Lauren’s least favorite thing to do is write (I know, shocking!). I’ve used the birth of the puppies to get two really great essays out of her and am planning on working the puppies a bit more for

a research paper that she needs to do soon. Please

don’t tell her, though. I’ll lose my edge.

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October 19, 2011

Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

Youth flag football league forming By John Hernandez Are you an aspiring quarterback? Got some mad football moves that you just have to show everyone? Just love the game and want to play some friendly matches? The Oracle and MammothSan Manuel Community Schools are organizing a youth flag football league which will begin playing in

November. The 2011 Flag Football and Spirit Squad is registering kids and looking for volunteers. In addition to teams from Oracle, San Manuel and Mammoth, teams from Kearny will also be playing. There will be three age divisions: Division 1 is first grade and under; Division 2 is second and third graders;

CVIT

graduates who were placed in postsecondary or advanced training, in the military or related work. For the past 10 years CVIT helped to educate many productive members of society. CVIT students continue on in community colleges, universities and technical schools. They serve our country in the military. They are a skilled workforce, pay taxes and support local economies. Superintendent Pete Guzman and Governing Board Members: Francine Gregovich (Miami), Arthur Alvarado (Hayden), Louie Rabago (Superior), Yvonne Lees (San Carlos), Gary Grounds (Globe) look forward to another successful decade in vocational education. Pete Guzman, who is the superintendent of CVIT from day one notes, “We have extraordinary programs in place, our goal is to educate a well rounded student, who is ready to face many challenges

after high school graduation. CVIT’s three central programs with cooperation with Gila Community College: Certified Nursing Assistant, Graphic Design and Welding are in place this year. We are looking forward to next year when we add already established Electrical Instrumentation and Fire Science and introduce two new programs, Medical Assistant and Law Enforcement.” According to Arizona department of Economic Security, more information www.workforce.az.gov, Medical Assistant employment will increase 52.2 percent from 2005 to 2015 adding 4326 jobs to Arizona’s economy. CVIT constantly monitors job market needs and evaluates programs to meet the requests of local and global industries. Guzman adds “My staff and I are prepared for the next decade. We are eager and ready to serve the deserving students of our communities. There is no greater pleasure in eyes of educators than to see students reach their personal and career goals.”

The Pinal County Sheriff’s Report is taken from the daily logs, based on the information provided by deputies. All persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Oct. 7 Jason Evan Scheibe, 35, Winkelman, was arrested in the 400 block of Indian Hills, Dudleyville, and was charged with criminal damage, false reporting to law enforcement and resisting arrest. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail in Florence. Oct. 8 Vehicle theft was reported int he 80000 block of

East Cactus Drive, Dudleyville. Oct. 10 An animal attack as reported in the 78000 block of East Mesquite Road, Dudleyville. A neighbor’s Rottweiler attacked and killed a Maltese. The case was turned over to Pinal County Animal Control. Oct. 13 Theft was reported in the 5900 block of North Dudleyville Road, Dudleyville. Oct. 14 A fire was reported in the 78000 block of East Mesquite Road, Dudleyville. A deputy was requested by Dudleyville Fire Department because it was suspected that the fire was deliberately set.

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and Division 6 will be be for kids in fourth, fifth and sixth grades. Registration began this week for football players and spirit squads. Students at the local schools were given registration information and forms. Community Schools is requesting that parents turn in the registration forms by Friday, Oct. 21. If a kid registers after Oct. 21, they will not receive their shirts until the third game of the season. The registration fee is $35. There is a discount for multichild families. The first child is $35. The second kid is $30 and the third is $25. Volunteers for assistant coaches and team moms are needed. To register, volunteer or for more information in Oracle, contact Rosa Flores (520) 896-3050 or rflores@osd2. org. Kearny registration will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at the soccer games at the softball field and Thursday, Oct. 20, from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. at the Kearny Mall in front of the Copper Basin News office. You can also contact Rudy Figueroa (520) 548-3018 or rfigueroa@asarco.com. A volunteer coach for the Spirit Squad is badly needed. Mammoth registration was on Oct. 18 so if you missed it, you can register in San Manuel or call Community Schools. San Manuel registration will be held Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 6 p.m. at the Community Schools Office at San Manuel High School. For more information contact Larry Ramirez at (520) 385-2336 extension 113 or ramirel@ msmusd.org.

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Continued from Page 7 Other calls included nine ambulance runs; seven information reports; one agency assist; one civil standby; one extra patrol request; and one 911 hang-up. Verbal warnings included one for an illegal U-turn; one for suspicious activity; and one for speed.

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Copper Basin

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Tuesday: Morning Fellowship: 10 a.m. Wednesday: Kid’s Club 4-5:30 p.m. Wednesday: Salt & Light Company (Youth): 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Dinner and Bible Study: 6-7 p.m.

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Kearny Ward - 200 Hammond Road Sunday Worship - 9:00 a.m. sunday Morning Meetings: a United Methodist church in cooperation Sacrament: 9-10:10 a.m. with the episcopal church and the Sunday School: 10:20-11 a.m. evangelical lutheran church of america Priesthood, Relief Society, YW: 11:10 a.m.-12 p.m. We stand in awe of God and of one another evening Meetings: The Rev. Nina Yardley, Pastor Wednesday: You can find us at the bottom of school hill in Kearny Relief Society Personal Enrichment: (bi-monthly) 520-363-7283 6:30-8 p.m. www.thegoodshepherd.pbworks.com Thursday: YM/YW (Mutual) & Scouts 7-8 p.m. lIgHtHoUse asseMBlY oF god Bishop Bradley Baker Study: (520) 363-7481 Welcomes you! Foyer & Library 363-7771, Residence (520) 356-6391 Hwy. 77, MP 134,1/2 mile south of Winkelman Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. FelloWsHIP BaPtIst cHURcH Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship: 6:30 p.m. Tilbury & Danbury, Kearny • Joe Palmer, Pastor Wednesday Family Night: 7 p.m. Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. David Wade, Pastor 356-7414, 356-6718 Worship Service: 10:45 a.m.

Dudleyville Road, Dudleyville Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship: 11 a.m. Spanish Service: 5 p.m. 501 Victoria Circle, Kearny Daily Masses: Wednesday-Friday 8:00 a.m. Evening Service: 6 p.m. Tuesday 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting: 7 p.m. No daily morning Mass on Monday, Tuesday or Saturday. Tim King, Pastor • 520-827-0820 Saturday Vigil: 6:00 p.m. Sunday Mass: 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. st. JosePH’s catHolIc cHURcH Religious education for children Welcomes you! All classes, PreK-K through high school, will be 300 Mt. View Road, Hayden held Saturdays from 8 to 9:30 a.m. starting Aug. 27. Weekday Mass: M-W, F & S) 8:30 a.m. Confirmation class will be held separately and will Saturday Vigil: 5:30 p.m. be announced. Registration for all classes is now 8 a.m. & 10 a.m. open. Contact the Parish Office for more information. Sunday Mass: Father Dale A. Branson, Pastor 356-7223 Rev. Fr. Thomas Dekaa, Administrator 363-7205

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KeaRnY cHURcH oF cHRIst 103 Hammond Drive, Kearny serving all of the copper Basin area Sunday Bible Study: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Evening Worship: 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 7 p.m. Daniel Foster, Minister 363-7711

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302 Danbury, Kearny, 363-9573 See us on the web: www.kearnysbc.com Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Worship Sunday Evening 6 p.m. Monday Morning Coffee Fellowship 8-10 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Stephen Yurek, Pastor

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330 Hartford, Kearny 520-282-1181 or 520-282-1178 Preaching & Teaching the Message of the Cross Pastor Taylor Sunday Morning 10 a.m. Sunday Evening 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening 6 p.m. We have children’s Ministry sunday Morning & Wednesday evening too!!

To be included in the weekly church listing, contact the Copper Basin News at 363-5554.


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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

October 19, 2011

Bearcats win big over ASDB, lose to rival Lobos By Richard Bravo The Bearcats traveled to Tucson on Monday last week to take on the Sentinels of The Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind. The game was a makeup game after their previously scheduled game was postponed due to inclement weather. The Bearcats received the opening kickoff and started the game on offense. On the first play from scrimmage, Destry Yocum connected with Alex Carerra on a 60 yard touchdown pass; the point after by Daniel Harmon was good to put the Bearcats up 7-0 with 11:38 left in the first quarter. The Bearcats defense dominated on their first series forcing the Sentinels to punt after just three plays. The Bearcats started on their own 25 yard line after a Sentinel 50 yard punt. The Bearcats moved the ball into Sentinel territory only to have the drive halted on a fumble by Yocum on a quarterback keeper. The Bearcats once again held the Sentinels to no yards and they were forced to punt. After a poor punt, the Bearcats started on the Sentinel 27 yard line. Yocum took the snap and found receiver Brandon King open on a 26 yard pass to start the drive taking the ball to the Sentinel one yard line. The very next play, Jacob Wernett took the hand off to score on a one yard touchdown run and Harmon added the extra point to put the Bearcats up 14-0 with 1:11 left in the first. The Bearcat defense held the Sentinels offense once again to force another punt as time expired in the first. The Bearcats started with excellent field position as Yocum connected once again with Carerra on a 35 yard touchdown pass on the first play of the second quarter. The point after by Harmon was no good, putting the Bearcats up 20-0 with 10:30 left in the second. The score remained the same as both teams struggled moving the ball the rest of the quarter as the half ended with the Bearcats leading 20-0 going into the locker room. ASDB took the second half

kickoff 30 yards to their own 40 yard line. The Sentinel offense was stopped once again as safety Yocum stepped in front of a pass attempt for the interception at the Sentinel 35 yard line. The Bearcat offense could not take advantage of the turnover and they were forced to turn the ball over on downs at the Sentinel 10 yard line. The Bearcats defense did not take long to put their offense back on the field as they held the Sentinels and forced a turnover on downs at the Sentinel 15 yard line. After a short run to the 13 by Wernett, Yocum on the next play found King open on a 13 yard touchdown pass. The two point conversion failed, putting the Bearcats up 26-0

with 6:22 left in the third. The Sentinels received the kickoff and started at their own 21 yard line as they finally were able to get their offense going as the Sentinel running back broke through the Bearcat defense for a 48 yard touchdown run to cut the lead 26-6 with 5:00 left in the third. After the kickoff, the Bearcat offense put together a seven play drive capped by a 25 yard touchdown run by Wernett. The two point conversion failed to put the Bearcats up 32-6 to end the third quarter. The fourth quarter started with the Sentinels marching down the field in nine plays to the Bearcat 14 yard line to set up a touchdown run by the See ‘Cats, Page 14


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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

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Lobos head to Kearny, defeat Bearcats 30-20 By Nolberto Waddell They came out very intense, determined not to lose, hitting hard and when the final buzzer went off, the blue helmets of the Hayden High School Lobos were held high in victory. The game started with the Bearcats winning the coin toss electing to take the football first. An onside kick by the Lobos was recovered by Ray at their 48 yard line and a Hayden penalty on the first play had them at the Lobo 37 yard line with a first down. Five plays and another Hayden penalty had the Bearcats at the five yard line scoring on the next play. But the score was negated when a Bearcat was flagged for

holding. The Ray team would not overcome the penalty turning the football over to the Lobos at the 15 yard line. The Lobos started their punishing running game aided by a couple of passes getting down to the 37 yard line of Ray facing a fourth and one converting on an eight yard run by Thomas Cabrera. After a short two yard gain, Cabrera found an open Roman Padilla hitting with a pass for a 35 yard scoring toss. Adrian Ochoa scored the two points running over two Ray defenders at the goal line for an 8 to 0 Lobo lead at 3:05 of the first quarter. The out of bounds kick-off gave the Bearcats the football

at the 35 yard line and after an incomplete pass, Padilla outfought the Ray receiver for the football giving the football back to the Lobos on the interception. The Lobos drove down the field getting to the four yard line as time was running out on the first period and scored the touchdown as the buzzer went off. Cabrera took the football over the goal line for the two points and a 16 to 0 lead as the teams exchanged sides to start the second quarter. The Bearcats took the kickoff and started to drive down the field but a holding penalty and two incomplete passes forced a punt. The punt went into the end zone bringing the football out to the 20 yard line for the Lobos. The Lobos started to run the football down the field and after a first down, a bad snap from center for a loss of 18 yards and two incomplete passes, the Lobos were forced to punt. The punt was caught at the 31 yard and after a five yard return the Bearcats were on offense at the 36 yard line. Two running plays had them at the 36 and on third down, the Lobo coaches called the wrong defense allowing for a 55 yard touchdown run by the Bearcats. The two point pass was no good cutting the Lobo lead to 16 to 6 at 4:01 of the second quarter. With momentum on their side, the Bearcats kicked off and held the Lobos when another bad snap forced a Lobo punt. The Bearcats were still riding the momentum moving the football to the nine yard line for a first and goal; but momentum changed quickly when a pass into the end zone was intercepted by Roman Padilla to end the Ray threat with 43 seconds left on the first half clock. The half soon came to an end with the Lobos ahead 16 to 0. The second half started with a touchback on the Ray kickoff giving the football to the Lobos at the 20 yard line. The Lobos’ Eric Rivera, with a severely sprained ankle, took one hand-off and had to come out of the ball game. It looked like the Lobo running attack See Lobos, Page 15


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Continued from Page 12 Sentinel running back to put the score 32-12. The Bearcats offense stormed back as Yocum connected once again with Carerra on a 38 yard pass down to the Sentinel five yard line setting up a touchdown run by Nick Lara. The PAT was no good extending the Bearcat lead 3812 with 4:30 left in the game. The Sentinel offense continued their struggles unable to move the ball as they would turn it over on downs at their own 32 yard line. The Bearcats offense struck once more as Wernett took the hand off 30 yards down to the 2 yard line setting up another Lara touchdown run to make the final score 4412 to end the game. Offensively the Bearcats looked good as Yocum was 13-28 passing for 251 yards and three touchdown passes; he also had one carry for 20 yards. Wernett led all rushers with 10 carries for 87 yards and two touchdowns. Lara had four carries for 14 yards and two touchdowns. Leading all receivers was Carerra with six catches for 158 yards and two touchdowns. King had three catches for 47 yards and one touchdown. Dominic Bravo had four catches for 43 yards. Defensively the Bearcats were led by Carerra with six tackles, three assists, one sack and two assisted sacks.

Wernett had five tackles and one assist. Bravo also had five tackles and one assist. Yocum had four tackles, two assists and one interception. Jacob Pace had three tackles, five assists and one sack. Seth Harmon had three tackles, one assist and two sacks. Joe Rudy Lorona, Brandon King, Daniel Harmon and Ryan Bickley contributed with two tackles each. The Bearcats were hoping to continue their dominance on the field as they took on their rival Hayden Lobos on Friday at Dave Mcfee Stadium. The Bearcats took the opening kickoff to the Lobo 47 yard line and, with an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty by the Lobos, they took an additional 15 to give the Bearcats excellent field position to start the game. The Bearcat offense looked good as they drove the ball to the Lobo 18 yard line on runs by Jacob Wernett and Nick Lara. On the eighth play of the drive Destry Yocum found Dominic Bravo open in the end zone for a Bearcat touchdown, but a flag on the play for an illegal chop block erased the points off the board. The Lobo defense then held the Bearcats to force a turnover on downs. The Lobos started their first possession of the game on their own 18 yard line. With a steady run game, the Lobos were able to maneuver through the Bearcat defense to move the ball into Bearcat territory. The Bearcat defense was able to slow 285+ Channels 160+ HD Channels

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down the Lobo running game, forcing a fourth and short. The Lobos elected to go for it as the Bearcat defense could not stop the Lobo ball carrier as he picked up five yards to give the Lobos a new set of downs. On a second and eight the Lobo quarterback connected with his wide receiver on a 31 yard pass to put the game’s first points on the board. The two point conversion was good to give the Lobos an 8-0 lead with 3:05 left in the first quarter. The Bearcats took the field for their second series, but it was short lived as a Lobo defender stepped in front of a Yocum pass attempt to grab the interception and give the ball back to the Lobos. The Lobos started their next drive from their own 35 yard line as they took advantage of the Bearcat turnover marching down the field into Bearcat territory on a big gain of 37 yards. The Lobos pushed the ball to the Bearcat three yard line and on the eighth play of the drive, the Lobo ball carrier crossed the goal line for another Lobo touchdown. The two point conversion was good giving the Lobos a 16-0 lead as time expired in the first quarter. The opening of the second quarter saw both teams exchanging punts as they both struggled moving the ball. With 5:00 left in the half the Bearcat offense got to work from their own 37 yard line with a couple of short gains allowed by the

Lobo defense. The Bearcats offensive line opened up a hole on the third and one allowing Wernett to find the side line to sprint 54 yards for a Bearcat touchdown. The two point conversion attempt failed, and with 4:00 left in the first half, the Bearcats trailed by 10. The score would remain the same as the siren sounded to end the first half of play as the Lobos took a 16-6 lead into the locker room. The third quarter of play started with the Lobos taking the second half kickoff and driving down the field 80 yards from their own 20 yard line. This put another six points on the board with 7:13 left in the third and the Lobos held with a 22-6 lead. The Bearcats then received the kickoff after the Lobo touchdown and took it to their own 26 yard line. The Lobo defense shut down the Bearcat offense once again forcing them to punt. After a Daniel Harmon punt out of bounds, the Lobos started from their own 32 yard line. The Lobos took advantage of the Bearcat rush defense as they ran the ball eight times for another score with 2:22 left in the third. The two point conversion was good to give the Lobos a comfortable 30-6 lead. Joe Rudy Lorona did not allow the Lobos to get to comfortable as he took the following kickoff 85 yards for another Bearcat touchdown. This brought the score to 3012 and it stayed that way as the third quarter of play came

to an end. Going into the fourth and final quarter, the Bearcats were in need of some quick scoring. Yocum provided just that as he scrambled out of the pocket and found Carerra open for a 51 yard touchdown pass. With 11:25 left in the game, the two point attempt failed, cutting the Lobo lead in half. The Lobos had a 10 point lead and kept the ball on the ground using as much clock as possible. However, the Bearcat defense kept the Lobos from gaining any yards, forcing them to punt on their next two possessions. With the tough Bearcat defense doing what they needed to do, the offense just could not move the ball going four plays and punting. With the clock winding down and the Lobos pinned deep in their own territory, the Bearcat defense stripped the ball from a Lobo receiver. Seth Harmon recovered the ball at the Lobo 24 yard line giving the Bearcats a chance for a comeback. The Bearcat offense took the field and on their first play Yocum hit Carerra on a short pass that was then fumbled and the Lobo defense took away any chance for a Bearcat comeback. The Bearcats had one more chance after holding the Lobos and forcing a turnover on downs. Unfortunately, the Lobo defense held the Bearcats as the time ran out giving the Lobos the victory. The Bearcats offensively had a total of 226 yards as Yocum

passed for 119 yards on 12-21 passing with one touchdown and one interception. Leading the running game was Wernett with 91 yards on 12 carries and one touchdown. Yocum had 46 yards on six carries, while Lorona and Lara had one carry each for a total of 10 yards. The receiving end was led by Carerra with 3 catches for 74 yards and one touchdown. Bravo had four catches for 20 yards. On the defensive end, the Bearcats were led by Yocum who had 12 solo tackles and two assists. Wernett had seven tackles and three assists. Carerra had seven tackles and two assists. Bravo had six tackles and two assists. Jacob Pace had six tackles and two assists. Julio Noriega had five tackles and two assists and Seth Harmon had three tackles and two assists. The Bearcats did a tremendous job in their first year of eight man football. They are young team with Chris Estrada being the lone senior on the team. The Bearcats will be a more experienced and harder team to beat in the years to come. I want to take the time to thank all the players and coaches on a great season. Keep your heads up. I would also like to thank all the parents and booster club members who devoted their time to bring back the school pride. Let’s keep it going and show the players the unconditional support they deserve!

By Belinda Dowler The Ray High Lady ‘Cats have some new faces this year both on the court and off. They are led by an experienced coaching staff of Lisa Hansen and Lacee Reidhead. Both coaches provide many years of experience and knowledge of volleyball. The Lady ‘Cats have been dedicated and focused on teamwork and a positive attitude this season. Both JV and Varsity have played 12 season games thus far and varsity also competed in a tournament in Thatcher where

they were competitive with the surrounding area schools and finished fifth. Season record for JV is 5-8 and Varsity 9-4. The varsity has battled several games very close and going all five games to finish. Two of their losses were in five games, which means our Ladies are able to win on any given night. Lady ‘Cat athletes for the JV squad are Cheyanne Rodriguez, Sabrina Martinez, Dallas Bushnell, Taylor DayMcGrane, Leah Wallace, Alise Molar, Amber Romero, Josette Kimmel, Elisia

Romero, Elissa Rodriguez and Haleigh Osborn. The JV squad has beaten Immaculate Heart 25-18 and 25-19; Academy of Tucson 25-11 and 25-22; and San Manuel 25-23 and 25-20. The Varsity squad consists of Sabrina Martinez, Sidney Chenoweth, Samantha Martinez, Lucy Sainz, Harmony Wormwood, Anne Palmer, Leticia Arguello, Mariah Denny, Josette Kimmel, Elisia Romero and Emily Bickley. Varsity results are as follows: Ray vs. Hayden Lady ‘Cats fought hard and

lost in five games. Both teams showed heart and hustle, but in the end the Lobos pulled off the victory on their home court. The Lady ‘Cats started off the first game rough and with a young team nerves were to be expected. At the end of the first game the ‘Cats lost 25-15. The second game the ‘Cats turned it around and beat the Lady Lobos 26-24. In the third game battle, the Lobos took their court back with a win of 25-16. Bearcats fought back and won 25-13 in the fourth game. In the final game, the Lobos pulled off

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October 19, 2011

Lobos

Continued from Page 13 would take a damaging hit but the Lobos returned to their brutal running game behind the running of Rodney Ortiz and Thomas Cabrera getting to the Ray 15 yard line where Rodney Ortiz took the handoff, fought off a couple of would be tacklers on his way to a 15 yard scoring run. The run for two points fell short giving Hayden a 22 to 6 score at 7:13 of the third quarter. The Lobos kicked off, held the Bearcats to three and a punt and went to their brutal running attack again this time with Ortiz and Adrian Ochoa doing the damage. Ortiz got the call, moving the football to the one yard line for a first and goal and Ochoa put the finishing touch with a bruising one yard plunge into the end zone. Cabrera took the football punishing a couple of tacklers as he scored the two point try for a 30 to 6 Lobo lead at 2:22 of the third quarter. Momentum decided to change again! On the kick-off, the Lobo defenders over ran the coverage allowing the Bearcat receiver to pick up the football at the 22 yard line and return the football 78 yards for a Bearcat score. A good two point pass cut the Lobo lead to 30 to 14. Feeling momentum still on their shoulders, the Bearcats attempted an on side kick that was recovered by the Lobos but a fired up Bearcat defense

Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona would not allow the Lobos to move the chains forcing a punt as time was coming to an end for the third quarter. A good Lobo punt was negated by a penalty on the Lobos giving the football to Ray at their 35 yard line. The final quarter started with the Bearcats moving the football to the 50 yard line and on the first down play, the Lobo defense broke through the Bearcat line chasing the quarterback. But an alert Bearcat quarterback found a wide open receiver in the end zone hitting him with the 50 yard pass for the score. The two point pass was no good cutting the Lobo lead to 30 to 20 at 11:25 of the fourth quarter. The Lobos took the kick-off, could not move the chains and punted. The Bearcats took the punt, could not move the chains and punted. This time the Lobo running attack came to life again aided by a 31 yard run by Thomas Cabrera. The Lobos had a first down at the 30 yard line and, after a five yard gain by Ortiz, Adrian Ochoa took the hand-off for another five yards but suffered the only Lobo turnover, fumbling the football away. The Bearcats didn’t hold the football for long; on the next play, Thomas Cabrera stripped the football away from a Bearcat receiver getting possession of the ball at the 25 yard line. After a five yard run by Rodney Ortiz, Cabrera took the football across the goal

line from 20 yards out but a holding penalty brought the football back to the 30 yard line. The Lobos could not gain another first down turning the football over on downs at the 15 yard line with time running out. The Bearcats went to their short yardage passing game moving the football down the field with their eyes on the clock. It looked like the drive would come to an end with an incomplete fourth down pass but a roughing the passer penalty on Hayden gave the Bearcats new life with first down in the red zone. After an incomplete pass, the Bearcats were caught holding, costing them 16 yards on the penalty. A short gain on a run and three incomplete passes had Hayden celebrating their victory as time ran out on the clock. The Lobo offense was on the field for long periods, controlling the football for 78 offensive plays to 54 for the Bearcats. The Lobos amassed 433 total yards gaining 336 yards on 61 rushing plays and had 97 passing yards on Cabrera’s six of 17 attempts. Thomas Cabrera was outstanding on the offensive side for the Lobos gaining 109 yards on 20 rushes. Cabrera also had two 2-point runs and threw a two-point scoring pass. Eric Rivera, with his ailing ankle that he has been nursing since the Superior game, gained 60 yards on 13 carries all in the first half, finally leaving the

offense because of the pain but continued a valiant effort on defense despite the pain. He also caught one pass for nine yards. Aaron Lagunas ran two times for five yards scoring one touchdown. Adrian Ochoa, showing a lot of heart, had 11 brutal runs punishing his tacklers for his 60 yards and scored one touchdown and a two-point pass reception. Ochoa also caught two passes for 36 yards. Rodney Ortiz came into the offensive game for the Lobos in relief of Eric Rivera and showed a glimpse of next year’s running attack, gaining 102 yards 15 carries. Putting on a great game for the Lobos from both sides of the football was Roman Padilla who caught three passes for 52 yards one for a touchdown and on defense had five tackles and two interceptions to stop Bearcats drives. One of his interceptions was in the Bearcat end zone. The Bearcat offense had 300 total yards on 54 plays from scrimmage with two long plays providing one-third of the yardage: a 55 yard run and a 50 yard scoring pass. The Bearcats ran 23 rushes for 153 yards for one touchdown and passed 31 times completing 17 for 147 yards good for a touchdown and a two point score but suffered two interceptions and fumbled the ball away once. Thomas Cabrera was a force on defense getting credit for

season off to a good start their home court victory with a score of 15-7. Ray vs. Miami Lady ‘Cats then traveled to Miami for an exciting victory playing five games again. The first game began with Miami winning 25-23. Lady ‘Cats were warmed up and powered over the Miami Vandals in both the second and third games with scores of 25-22 and 25-21. Momentum of the ‘Cats slowed down and the Vandals took advantage and won the fourth game with a score of 25-14. The fifth game was intense and close for every point. The Miami

stands were full of excitement and cheering as both teams kept their fans on edge until the end with a victory for our Lady ‘Cats with a score of 15-13. Ray vs. San Manuel First home game for Ray was against the San Manuel Miners. Although the ‘Cats fell to the Miners in four games, all of the scores were very close. The final scores were 25-23 Miners, 25-22 Miners, 25-22 Bearcats, and 25-21 Miners for the victory. Winning Streak Once again on the road, the Lady ‘Cats traveled to

Immaculate Heart soaring through their win in three games. Lady ‘Cat scores were 25-12, 25-17, 25-14. This was the beginning of their five game winning streak. The ‘Cats were confident, playing as a team and disciplined winning in the end when the games were tight. Wins consisted of Superior in three games with scores of 2517, 26-24, and 25-22. Next was Immaculate Heart once again at home with a win and scores of 25-6, 25-19, and 25-11. Another home game proved successful when our ladies crushed The Academy

of Tucson with another win in three games and scores of 25-8, 25-14, and 25-6. The Lady ‘Cats were on a roll and ready to have the Lobos on their court during homecoming week. The intensity and confidence of the Bearcats was evident. Anne Palmer was tenacious on the net with blocks and hits. The hitters of Harmony Wormwood, Samantha Martinez, Emily Bickley and Mariah Denny were intense and powerful. The defensive skills of Lucy Sainz, the team libero, stopped the See Lady ‘Cats, Page 18

Page 15 10 tackles and recovered a fumble. Also a fierce defensive player, Adrian Ochoa had nine tackles and forced the Bearcat fumble. Rodney Ortiz not only ran over the Bearcats but also was in on nine tackles from his defensive position. The Lobo defensive linemen had the Bearcat quarterback on the run on many plays with defensive ends Gabriel Encinas and Robert Sandoval doing a great job on the tight end not allowing him to break loose on pass patterns. They also got credit for three tackles apiece. Nose tackle Francisco Moreno had a great game getting eight tackles. Eric Rivera, despite the ankle pain, played the defense for most of the game getting two tackles. Derrick Benavidez had two tackles and Steven Butler had one tackle. The Lobos had many heroes in this victory. All the young student-athletes that wore the blue and white contributed to the win. Congratulations to all

of you for sticking together and showing your LOBO PRIDE. Congratulations to Coach Matt Waddell and his assistants, R.J. Guzman, Joe Martinez, R.J. Garcia, Armand Cruz and Thomas Sublaski on a great job in their first year of competition in eight-man football. You coaches did a great job with these young men. And let’s not forget, from the entire Lobo team and their coaches a big THANK YOU to all the fans that supported them at the home games and the out of town games and to all the parents that provided all the great food for the athletes before every game. And what a show of not only LOBO PRIDE but also community pride when just about every fan that was in attendance at the game showed up on the Lobo Field for the ringing of the victory bell. Way to go Lobos and keep raising those blue helmets next year.

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Copper Basin News

This ‘N That

• COPPER BASIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2012 THEME The theme for the Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce’s activities for 2012 is “Celebrating Statehood, 100 Years, With Rails and Trails.” If you have favorite stories of the rails and trails of the Copper Basin area contact the Copper Basin News and they will assign their reporters to write your story or you can contact Rosalind Padilla through the Chamber office. • MEDICARE OPEN ENROLLMENT Medicare Open Enrollment starts on Oct. 15, runs for seven weeks, and you must make your final selection for next year’s Medicare coverage by Dec. 7. Get one-on-one help from your local State Health Insurance Assistance Program by calling Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens at 520-836-2758 or 1-800-293-9393. Local events take place at Hayden Senior Center, 520 Velasco Avenue, Hayden, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Superior Senior Center, 360 Main Street, Superior, Thursday, Nov. 3, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; and Hayden Senior Center, 520 Velasco Avenue, Hayden, Tuesday, Nov. 15, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. • GREAT PUNKIN/HAUNTED HOUSE MEETING There will be a Great Punkin/Haunted House meeting at the Chamber office starting at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 19, and then a general meeting on Oct. 25 starting at noon in Hayden at the Senior Citizens Center. • DUDLEYVILLE NO BURNING BAN LIFTED The Dudleyville Fire Department has lifted the no burning ban, effective until May 1. Permits can be purchased at the Board of Supervisors office in Mammoth. Permit holders please follow all rules on permits and observe all red flag (windy) days. • FOOD BANK DISTRIBUTION The Copper Basin Food Bank will distribute food on the third Thursday of every month at 1:30 p.m. at Hubbard Park in Kearny. The next distribution date is Oct. 20. Please bring your own box. Donations are accepted. The CBFB is assisted by the Florence Food Bank. • COPPER COMMUNITY ACTION BOARD MEETING The Copper Community Action Board Meeting will be on Thursday, Oct. 20, at 6 p.m. at Trendz. All are welcome! • GUITARIST EDGAR CRUZ TO PERFORM IN GLOBE-MIAMI Edgar Cruz will be performing in the first Community Concert of the 2011-2012 season on Monday, Oct. 24, at 7 p.m. at the Miami High School Auditorium. Plan to attend. Season tickets will be available for purchase at concert. For more information, call (928) 423-6466 or (928) 425-9236. • WINKELMAN ELEMENTARY HALLOWEEN FUN NIGHT Come to Winkelman Elementary, from 5:30-8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 27, for good food, good music and good fun. Bring your cash to the office to reserve your coupons for all food and events, and don’t forget your quarters for the Cake Walk

• HAYDEN SENIOR CENTER HALLOWEEN LUNCHEON Hayden Senior Center is holding a Halloween Luncheon on Oct. 28, from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. If you need a ride or have questions, call 356-7035. • WINKELMAN FIRE STATION OPEN HOUSE There will be an Open House at the Winkelman Fire Station, located at 101 West Third Street, hosted by the Winkelman Volunteer Fire Department on Saturday, Oct. 29, at 2 p.m. Goodies will be given, everything is free and all are welcome! • GREAT PUNKIN/TRUNK OR TREAT FESTIVAL On Oct. 29 starting at 4 p.m. with the Great Punkin Costume Festival and leading on through Trunk or Treat, come and celebrate Halloween in fun and safety. For more information, please contact Director Angela at 520-363-7607 or by e-mail at angela@ copperbasinaz.com or stop by the office. • HAUNTED NIGHT AT PINITOS PARK Haunted Night at Pinitos Park in Hayden will be on Halloween, Monday, October 31. Food will be sold. All are welcome! • SAVE THE DATE FOR 2012 SPELLING BEE! The 2012 Gila County Spelling Bee will take place Friday, Feb. 3, 1 p.m. at the High Desert Middle School auditorium; back up date is Feb. 10. Registration must be completed by Oct. 17, at the Scripps National Spelling Bee website: www.spellingbee.com. The fee to register is $99 or $106.50 if you pay by check. All public, private or charter schools or home schooling groups are encouraged to participate. Please call Julie Vasquez at 928-402-8783 for more information. • KEARNY CLEAN UP Kearny’s free dump day is held on the second Saturday of every month at the old transfer station. The next free dump day is set for Nov. 12. • HAYDEN HIGH CLASS OF ‘81 30-YEAR REUNION On Saturday, Nov. 12, 6 p.m. – midnight, at the Hayden Golf Club, the Hayden High Class of ‘81 is celebrating its 30-year Reunion. Contact Priscilla Blancarte Espinoza at 602-818-4013 or Margie Silva Contreras at margaret62136@yahoo.com for more information. • WINTER WONDERLAND/ELECTRIC LIGHT PARADE The Winter Wonderland/Electric Light Parade will be Saturday, Dec. 3, at Pioneer Park. The theme is “A Magical Christmas.” Love lights, memorial luminaries and memorial fireworks are planned.

Clubs & Meetings

• SUPERIOR ARBORETUM BINGO Superior Arboretum Residents Association BINGO will be held Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at 199 West Gray Drive. • AA/NA MEETING IN KEARNY AA/NA of Kearny will have open meetings on Monday nights at 7 p.m. at the Fellowship Baptist Church in Endsley Hall at 402 Danbury. All are welcome who choose sobriety. • KEARNY ELKS LODGE # 2478 Kearny Elks Lodge # 2478 meetings are held the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 7 p.m. The club is open daily at 5 p.m., except for Tuesdays, for members and their guests. Club hours are 5 – 11 p.m., Sunday – Thursday; 5 p.m. – midnight Friday- Saturday. • MASONS TO MEET Ray-Winkelman Masons Lodge #24 will hold its regular meeting at 318 Fairhaven Road, Kearny, on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. All Masons are invited. A potluck meal will be held prior to the meeting at 6:30 p.m. The public is invited to the pot luck. The Order of the Eastern Star meets the second Thursday of each month. • PREGNANCY CARE CENTER HOURS The Pregnancy Care Center in Winkelman, located at Fourth and Thorne Avenues in Winkelman, is open on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. You can call (520) 356-6015 for a confidential appointment.

• COPPER BASIN SPORTSMEN’S CLUB The Copper Basin Sportsmen’s Club provides a shooting and archery range that is ideal for family use. The club meetings are on the third Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m. at Constitution Hall. The third Saturday the club holds a practice shooting match, supervised by Ralph Munoz (363-7239) or Brian Young (363-9746). • KEARNY SENIOR CITIZENS The Kearny Senior Citizen’s group meets every Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Constitution Hall. The group talks about trips to different places in Arizona as well as other subjects. A potluck dinner is held after the social hour. New members are needed. Come down and join the group. • ST. MARY’S FOOD BANK St. Mary’s Food Bank will be in front of the Court House, on the first Friday of each month. • BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK The Gila County Health Department will check blood pressures and glucose levels on the first Friday of the month at the Hayden Senior Center from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, call the Gila County Health Department at 928-402-8811. • LOBO BOOSTERS For Lobo Booster Club membership and information, please call Rhonda Cooper at 356-7108. • THE HAND-ME-UP SHOP The Hand-Me-Up Shop hours are Tuesday- Friday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

To add an item to the community calendar please submit information to cbnsun@minersunbasin.com or call 385-2266. Listings are free, however, the SUN reserves the right to edit or refuse submissions.

October 19, 2011

Winkelman Elementary School 2011 Halloween Fun Night set for Oct. 27 Come to Winkelman Elementary from 5:30 – 8 p.m. on Thursday, October 27, and plan to have a lot of ghoulish fun at the annual Halloween Fun Night. There will be burros of red and green, posole and popcorn, candy apples and more tasty treats to nosh on and special events galore. A costume contest promises well-dressed amusement and the dance contest, complete with DJ music, will have even the slowest zombie ready to cut a rug. If that’s not enough to get them bones rattling and teeth chattering, the haunted house and jumping castle should do the trick, one way or another. Want more amusement? A Cake Walk, for a quarter might set your toes a’ tapping and there will be more games, surprises and taste treats to be surprised with, on scene. Bring your cash to the office to reserve your coupons for all food and events. And don’t forget your quarters for the Cake Walk.

Public Notice

NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR Name: ALTAMIRA INVESTMENTS, LLC. File No. L-17112009 II The address of the known place of business is: P.O. Box 387 Winkelman, AZ 85192 The name and the address of the Statutory Agent is: William M. Conway 405 W. Franklin Street Tucson, AZ 85701 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: MORNINGSIDE TRUST, UA dated September 29, 2011 P.O. Box 387 Winkelman, AZ 85192 member CBN Legal 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11

Public Notice

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF SAINT JACOB’S INSTALLATIONS, INC. ARTICLE I NAME: The name of the corporation shall be, SAINT JACOB’S INSTALLATIONS, INC. 1708913-3 ARTICLE II PURPOSE: The purpose for which this corporation is organized is the transaction of any or all lawful business by which corporations may be incorporated under the laws of the State of Arizona, as they may be amended from time to time. ARTICLE III INITIAL BUSINESS: The corporation initially intends to hold and operate real property in this state and to operate a general INSTALLATIONS business. ARTICLE IV AUTHORIZED CAPITAL: The corporation shall have the authority to issue one hundred thousand (100,000) shares of common stock of non-par per share. ARTICLE V STATUTORY AGENT: the name and address of the initial Statutory Agent, a bona fide resident of Arizona for three years, and is also the address of the business is: JACOB J SECOR 142 E 16th AVE APACHE JUNCTION, ARIZONA 85119 ARTICLE VI BOARD OF DIRECTORS: The initial Board of Directors shall consist of ONE (1) Directors. The person who is to serve as Director until the first annual meeting of shareholders or until their successors are elected and qualified are: JACOB J SECOR 142 E 16th AVE APACHE JUNCTION, ARIZONA 85119 THE DIRECTORS ARE ALSO THE INCORPORATORS. JACOB J SECOR 142 E 16th AVE APACHE JUNCTION, ARIZONA 85119 /s/ JACOB J SECOR , DIRECTOR CBN Legal 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11

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NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. Name: FIRE BORN HEALTH PRODUCTS LLC L-1692652-5 II. The address of the known place of business is: 3118 East Morenci Road San Tan Valley, AZ 85143 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: Joseph Feuerborn 3118 East Morenci Rd San Tan Valley, AZ 85143 Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: Joseph Feuerborn 3118 East Morenci Rd, San Tan Valley, AZ 85143 manager CBN Legal 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11

Public Notice

LAW OFFICES FULLER & STOWELL, P.C. STAPLEY PROFESSIONAL PLAZA 1116 E. Greenway, Suite 103 Mesa, Arizona 85203-4399 Telephone (480) 833-0709 E-Mail fspc1001@ qwestoffice.net Donald O. Fuller, SBN 002942 Randal L. Stowell, SBN 007513 Attorneys for Personal Representative IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PINAL IN the Matter of the Estate of: WILLIAM T. FOX, Deceased.) NO. PB201100163 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that William T. Fox, Jr. has been appointed Personal Representative of this Estate. All persons having claims against the Estate are required to present their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice if notice is given by publication, or within 60 days after mailing or other delivery of this notice, whichever is later, or the claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented by delivering or mailing a written statement of the claim to the Personal Representative at 1837 E. Pollack Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85042 Dated this 6th day of October, 2011. /s/ William T. Fox Jr. 1837 E. Pollack Street Phoenix, Arizona 85042 Personal Representative FULLER & STOWELL, P.C. /s/ Randal L. Stowell Donald O. Fuller Randal L. Stowell 1116 E. Greenway, Suite 103 Mesa, Arizona 85203 Attorney for Personal Representative CBN Legal 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11


October 19, 2011

Pregnant? Need Help? 520-896-9545 Public Notice

NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I Name: A Caring Home Health Agency, LLC L-1704481-6 II The address of the registered office is: 44261 Windrose Dr., Maricopa, AZ 85138 The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: Alpha Legal Forms & More, Inc. 4500 E Speedway Blvd. Ste 31, Tucson, AZ 85712-5325 III Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: Lianna J. Philbin Manager / Member 44261 Windrose Dr., Maricopa, AZ 85138 CBN Legal 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11

Public Notice

NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. Name: CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS LLC L-1707908-2 II. The address of the known place of business is: 44173 W Copper Trl. Maricopa, AZ 85139 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: David Moore 44173 W Copper Trl. Maricopa, AZ 85139 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: member David Moore 44173 W Copper Trl. Maricopa, AZ 85139 member Yolanda White Johnson 44173 W Copper Trl. Maricopa, AZ 85139 CBN Legal 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11

Public Notice

PINAL COUNTY AIR QUALITY CONTROL DISTRICT The District hereby gives notice that it proposes to approve the following permit(s) or permit revision(s). Each list includes the following in order: the proposed permit number, company name, company address, facility location, facility type and the air contaminants to be emitted or potentially emitted (Volatile Organic Compounds will be abbreviated as V.O.C.; Hazardous Air Pollutants are abbreviated as the HAPS; Benzene, Toluene, Ethyl Benzene, and Xylene are abbreviated as BTEX): Permit No. B31063.000 Smithco Enterprises, Inc. P.O. Box 770 Winkelman, AZ 85192 Smithco Enterprises Smith Wash 2 miles S of River Rd Winkelman, AZ Facility Type – Screen Plant Emissions – Particulate Matter Under A.R.S. 49480, any person who may be adversely affected by the permit may file a written objection to the issuance of the permit and may request (in writing) a public hearing. Objections, comments or a request for a hearing are due during the public comment period, which ends upon the latter of thirty (30) days from the first publication of this notice, or close of business on the date of any hearing that may be held. Send objections/comments/ requests to Pinal County Air Quality Control District, P.O. Box 987, Florence, AZ 85132 or deliver to 31 N. Pinal Street, Building F, Development Services, Florence, Arizona. The telephone number is (520) 866-6929. Any objection shall state the name and mailing address of the objector, be signed by the objector, their agent or attorney, and clearly set forth the reasons why the permit should not be issued. Grounds for objections are limited to whether the proposed permit meets the criteria for issuance prescribed in A.R.S. 49-480 or in 49-481. The permit package, all comments and objections will be available for public inspection and/ or copying at the above address Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm excluding Holidays. PINAL COUNTY AIR QUALITY CONTROL DISTRICT DONALD P. GABRIELSON, DIRECTOR CBN Legal 10/19/11, 10/26/11

Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona Public Notice

NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I Name: ALCOTT HOLDiNGS, LLC. File No. L-17111210 II The address of the known place of business is: P.O. Box 387 Winkelman, AZ 85192 The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: William M. Conway 405 W. Franklin Street Tucson, AZ 85701 III Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: BRIARGATE RUST, UA dated September 29, 2011 P.O. Box 387 Winkelman, AZ 85192 member CBN Legal 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11

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Ewing & Ewing Attorneys, P.C. 4050 E. Cotton Center Blvd. Suite 26 Phoenix, AZ 85040 (800) 861-5308 telephone (800) 861-3811 facsimile Nelson Ewing,II (#014418) Attorney for Plaintiff IN THE MARICOPA-STANFIELD JUSTICE COURT PINAL COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA HJ Ventures, LLC an Arizona limited liability company Plaintiff vs. Steven Calvaresi and Jane/John Doe Calvaresi, Husband and Wife and each one of them Defendant(s) )NO. CV2011-1463 SUMMONS THE STATE OF ARIZONA TO DEFENDANT(S): Steven Calvaresi, John Doe Calvaresi, Jane Doe Calvaresi YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend, within the time applicable, in this Court. You shall appear and defend within 20 days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you, exclusive of the day of service. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that in case of your failure to appear and defend within the time applicable, judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. YOU ARE CAUTIONED that in order to appear and defend, you must file an Answer or proper response in writing with the Clerk of this Court accompanied by the necessary filing fee within the time required and you are required to serve a copy of that Answer or response upon the Plaintiff. REQUESTS for reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities must be made to the division assigned to the case by parties at least three (3) judicial days in advance of a scheduled court proceeding. SIGNED AND SEALED this date: SEP-2 2011 By: BBJ By the Court Plaintiff File Number: 21739 CBN Legal 9/28/11, 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11

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Ewing & Ewing Attorneys, P.C. 4050 E. Cotton Center Blvd. Suite 26 Phoenix, AZ 85040 (800) 861-5308 telephone (800) 861-3811 facsimile Nelson Ewing,II (#014418) Attorney for Plaintiff IN THE MARICOPA-STANFIELD JUSTICE COURT PINAL COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA HJ Ventures, LLC an Arizona limited liability company Plaintiff vs. Jose Garcia and Tera Bollea (aka Garcia) Jane/ John Doe Garcia, Husband and Wife and each one of them Defendant(s) )NO. CV2011-1204 SUMMONS THE STATE OF ARIZONA TO DEFENDANT(S): Jose Garcia, Tera Bollea (aka Garcia) John Doe Garcia, Jane Doe Garcia YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend, within the time applicable, in this Court. You shall appear and defend within 20 days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you, exclusive of the day of service. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that in case of your failure to appear and defend within the time applicable, judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. YOU ARE CAUTIONED that in order to appear and defend, you must file an Answer or proper response in writing with the Clerk of this Court accompanied by the necessary filing fee within the time required and you are required to serve a copy of that Answer or response upon the Plaintiff. REQUESTS for reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities must be made to the division assigned to the case by parties at least three (3) judicial days in advance of a scheduled court proceeding. SIGNED AND SEALED this date: AUG-3 2011 By: BBJ By the Court Plaintiff File Number: 21346 CBN Legal 9/28/11, 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11

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NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I L-1708565-3 NAME: Spray’d, L.L.C. II The address of the registered office is: 42543 W. Avella, Maricopa, AZ 85138 The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: Karena M. Ellison 42543 W. Avella, Maricopa, AZ 85138 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the Members. The name and address of the Members of the Limited Liability Company are as follows: Karena M. Ellison 42543 W. Avella, Maricopa, AZ 85138 CBN Legal 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11

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NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I L-1707928-6 NAME: RCKJKF, L.L.C. II The address of the registered office is: 45096 W. Miraflores St., Maricopa, AZ 85139 The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: Raina C. Kramer 45096 W. Miraflores St., Maricopa, AZ 85139 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the Members. The name and address of the Members of the Limited Liability Company are as follows: Raina C. Kramer 45096 W. Miraflores St., Maricopa, AZ 85139 John K. Filburn 45096 W. Miraflores St., Maricopa, AZ 85139 CBN Legal 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11

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Stanley M. Hammerman, Esq., (#004048) Jon R. Hultgren, Esq., (#010014) Vincent M. Creta, Esq., (#019044) HAMMERMAN & HULTGEN, P.C. 3101 North Central Avenue, Suite 500 Phoenix, Arizona 85012 Telephone: (602) 264-2566 Facsimile: (602) 2663488 minute_entry@hammermanhultgren.com Attorneys for Plaintiff IN THE APACHE JUNCTION JUSTICE COURT PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA CIRCLE CROSS RANCH COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, an Arizona non-profit corporation, Plaintiff, vs. CARL RICE and JANE DOE RICE, DEFENDANT(s) ) NO. CV2011-0611 SUMMONS THE STATE OF ARIZONA TO THE DEFENDANT(S): Carl Rice and Jane Doe Rice 35 W. Holstein Trail San Tan Valley, AZ 85143 YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend, within the times applicable in this action in this Court. If served within Arizona, you shall appear and defend within 20 days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If served out of the State of Arizona – whether by direct service, by registered mail or certified mail, or by publication – you shall appear and defend within 30 days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you is complete, exclusive of the day of service. Service by registered or certified mail within the State of Arizona is complete 30 days after the date of filing the receipt and affidavit of service with the Court. Service by publication is complete 30 days after the date of first publication. Direct service is complete when made. A.R.C.P. 4. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that in case of your failure to appear and defend within the time applicable, judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. A copy of the complaint may be obtained from the Clerk of the Apache Junction Justice Court, 575 North Idaho, No. 200, Apache Junction, AZ 85219, or from Hammerman & Hultgren, P.C., 3101 North Central Avenue, No. 500, Phoenix, AZ 85012 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that requests for reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities must be made to the division assigned to the case by parties at least 3 judicial days in advance of a scheduled court proceeding. YOU ARE CAUTIONED that in order to appear and defend, you must file an Answer or proper response in writing with the Clerk of this Court, accompanied by the necessary filing fee, within the time required, AND YOU ARE REQUIRED TO SERVE A COPY OF ANY ANSWER OR RESPONSE UPON THE PLAINTIFF’S ATTORNEY. A.R.C.P. 10 (d); A.R.S. 12311; A.R.C.P. 5. SIGNED AND SEALED this date: 2-11-2011 /s/ Illegible CBN Legal 9/28/11, 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11

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Notice ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR: PROFESSOR FIXIT, L.L.C. L-1705758-9 The address of the known placed of business is: 569 S. Warner Drive Apache Junction, Arizona 85120 The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: Dayton Loyd 569 S. Warner Dr. Apache Junction, AZ 85120 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: Dayton Loyd 569 S. Warner Dr. Apache Junction, AZ 85120 CBN Legal 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11

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STATE OF ARIZONA COUNTY OF PINAL When Recorded Return To: Douglas V. Drury, Esq. 8110 E. Cactus Road, Suite 100 Scottsdale, Arizona 85260 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE The following legally described property will be sold pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust and Assignment of Rents recorded on June 22, 2007 at recording number 2007-073377 in the office of the County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona, at public auction to the highest bidder on December 13, 2011 at 9:15 a.m. of said day, at the front steps of the Pinal County Courthouse, 971 N. Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, Florence, AZ 85232. All right, title and interest conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of Trust in the following described property will be sold: TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 407-07111 LEGAL DESCRIPTION Lot 5111, of ARIZONA CITY UNIT NINE, according to the plat of record in the office of the County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona, in Book 10 of Maps, Page 15, and resubdivision recorded in Book 15 of Maps, Page 34 and Amended in Cabinet A of Maps, Slides 4 through 8. Including any mobile home or other fixture. The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the street address and/or other common designation shown herein. The property address is purported to be: 1020 W. Catalina Dr., Arizona City, Arizona 85223 ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL BALANCE: $20,574.00 NAME AND ADDRESS OF CURRENT BENEFICIARY: Springleaf Home Equity, Inc. f/k/a American General Home Equity, Inc. 3168 E. Indian School Rd., Ste. A Phoenix, Arizona 85016-06892 Phone No. (602) 468-0008 Qualification of Trustee: The Trustee herein qualifies as a Trustee of the Trust Deed in the Trustee’s capacity as a member of the state bar of Arizona as required by A.R.S.§33-803(A). The Trustee is regulated by the State Bar of Arizona, 111 W. Monroe, Suite 1800, Phoenix, AZ 85003. NAME AND ADDRESS OF ORIGINAL TRUSTORS: Ernie Miranda Dora Miranda P.O. Box 835 Arizona City, Arizona 85223 NAME AND ADDRESS OF SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE: Douglas V. Drury, Esq. 8110 E. Cactus Road, Suite 100 Scottsdale, Arizona 85260 (480) 368-5511 Sale information: muellerdrury.com The sale will be made for Cash or Cashier’s Check (in lawful money of the United States and acceptable to the Trustee), without convenant or warranty, expressed or implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances. Bidding: All bidding is open to the public, without regard to race, color, gender, religion, handicap, familial status or national origin. Property is sold on an as-is-where-is-condition. A $10,000.00 deposit in cash or cashier’s check is required to be presented to the Trustee in order to be able to bid. Notice – This is a communication from a debt collector. This is an attempt to collect a debt; any information obtained will be used for that purpose. SIGNATURE OF TRUSTEE BY: Douglas Drury DATED: 9/12/2012 STATE OF ARIZONA ) ) ss. County of Maricopa ) On September 12, 2011 before me, the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for said State, personally appeared Douglas V. Drury personally known to me (or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence) to be the person who executed the within instrument. WITNESS my hand and official seal Rachelle Lumpp Notary Public My Commission Expires: 6/30/2012 CBN Legal 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11

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NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. Name: 6715 E. San Cristobal Way, LLC. File No. L-1707590-0. II. The address of the known place of business is: 6715 E. San Cristobal Way, Gold Canyon, AZ 85118. III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: Nancy A. Waechter, 5163 S. Crested Saguaro Lane, Gold Canyon, AZ 85118. Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: Nancy A. Waechter [member], 5163 S. Crested Saguaro Lane, Gold Canyon, AZ 85118; William F. Waechter [member], 5163 S. Crested Saguaro Lane, Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 CBN Legal 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11

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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF CARDELLO CONSULTING CORPORATION 1. Name. The name of the corporation is CARDELLO CONSULTING CORPORATION File No. 1707981-0 2. Purpose. The purpose for which this Corporation is organized is the transaction of any or all lawful business for which corporations may be incorporated under the laws of Arizona, as they may be amended from time to time. 3. Initial Business. The Corporation initially intends to engage in business consulting. 4. Authorized Capital. The Corporation shall have authority to issue 1,000 shares of Common Stock. 5. Known Place of Business. The Street Address of the known place of business of the Corporation is: CARDELLO CONSULTING CORPORATION 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 6. Statutory Agent. The name and address of the statutory agent of the corporation is: Debra A. Morelli 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 7. Board of Directors. The initial board of directors shall consist of one director. The name and address of the person who is to serve as the director until the first annual meeting of shareholders or until her successor is elected and qualifies is: Debra A. Morelli 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 The number of persons to serve on the board of directors thereafter shall be fixed by the Bylaws. 8. Officers. The initial officer of the corporation who shall serve at the pleasure of the board of directors is: Debra A. Morelli, President 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 9. Incorporator. The name and address of the incorporator is: Debra A. Morelli 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 All powers, duties, and responsibilities of the incorporators shall cease at the time of delivery of these Articles of Incorporation to the Arizona Corporation Commission. 10. Indemnification of Officers, Directors, Employees and Agents. The Corporation shall indemnify any person who incurs expenses or liabilities by reason of the fact he or she is or was an officer, director, employee or agent of the Corporation or is or was serving at the request of the Corporation as a director, officer, employee or agent of another Corporation, partnership, joint venture, trust or other enterprise. This indemnification shall be mandatory in all circumstances in which indemnification is permitted by law. 11. Limitation of Liability. To the fullest extent permitted by the Arizona Revised Statutes as the same exists or may hereafter be amended, a director of the Corporation shall not be liable to the Corporation or its stockholders for monetary damages for any action taken or any failure to take any action as a director. No repeal, amendment or modification of this article, whether direct or indirect, shall eliminate or reduce its effect with respect to any act or omission of a director of the Corporation occurring prior to such repeal, amendment or modification. EXECUTED this 6th day of September, 2011 by all of the incorporators. Signed: Debra A. Morelli CBN Legal 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11

NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. Name: A & E UNLIMITED LLC L-1703047-0 II. The address of the known place of business is: 4137 E Pony Track LN San Tan Valley AZ 85140 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: Ellen Owens 4137 E Pony Track LN San Tan Valley AZ 85140 Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: Anthony Owens 4137 E Pony Track LN San Tan Valley AZ 85140 manager Ellen Owens 4137 E Pony Track LN San Tan Valley AZ 85140 manager CBN Legal 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11

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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF BLACKSTONE, LTD. 1. Name. The name of the corporation is BLACKSTONE, LTD. File No. 1707980-0 2. Purpose. The purpose for which this Corporation is organized is the transaction of any or all lawful business for which corporations may be incorporated under the laws of Arizona, as they may be amended from time to time. 3. Initial Business. The Corporation initially intends to engage in research, development & consulting. 4. Authorized Capital. The Corporation shall have authority to issue 1,000 shares of Common Stock. 5. Known Place of Business. The Street Address of the known place of business of the Corporation is: BLACKSTONE, LTD. 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 6. Statutory Agent. The name and address of the statutory agent of the corporation is: Philip Rauso, Jr. 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 7. Board of Directors. The initial board of directors shall consist of one director. The name and address of the person who is to serve as the director until the first annual meeting of shareholders or until her successor is elected and qualifies is: Philip Rauso, Jr. 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 The number of persons to serve on the board of directors thereafter shall be fixed by the Bylaws. 8. Officers. The initial officer of the corporation who shall serve at the pleasure of the board of directors is: Philip Rauso, Jr., President 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 9. Incorporator. The name and address of the incorporator is: Philip Rauso, Jr. 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 All powers, duties, and responsibilities of the incorporators shall cease at the time of delivery of these Articles of Incorporation to the Arizona Corporation Commission. 10. Indemnification of Officers, Directors, Employees and Agents. The Corporation shall indemnify any person who incurs expenses or liabilities by reason of the fact he or she is or was an officer, director, employee or agent of the Corporation or is or was serving at the request of the Corporation as a director, officer, employee or agent of another Corporation, partnership, joint venture, trust or other enterprise. This indemnification shall be mandatory in all circumstances in which indemnification is permitted by law. 11. Limitation of Liability. To the fullest extent permitted by the Arizona Revised Statutes as the same exists or may hereafter be amended, a director of the Corporation shall not be liable to the Corporation or its stockholders for monetary damages for any action taken or any failure to take any action as a director. No repeal, amendment or modification of this article, whether direct or indirect, shall eliminate or reduce its effect with respect to any act or omission of a director of the Corporation occurring prior to such repeal, amendment or modification. EXECUTED this 6th day of September, 2011 by all of the incorporators. Signed: Philip Rauso, Jr. CBN Legal 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11


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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

October 19, 2011

Our Sales Department Makeover is DONE! Stop by to see our new look & expanded Preowned Inventory with more hitting the lot DAILY! Pre-Owned Cars JUST IN: 2008 Ford Focus SE 2-Door Coupe, 2.0L, SYNC, Alloy Wheels, Auto, Single CD, ONLY 18,383 Miles McSpadden Price $13,900 *** 2011 Chevrolet Cruz LTZ Sedan, 1.4L, 9,250 Miles, Leather, Heated Seats, Parking Sensors, Onstar McSpadden Price $20,500 *** 2010 Ford Taurus SEL FWD, 16,147 Miles, Leather, Premium Sound, Heated Seats, SYNC KBB $25,225 • McSpadden Price $24,500 *** 2010 Mercury Milan Premier 3.0L, 23,363 Miles, Leather, Moon Roof, SYNC, Audiophile Sound KBB $22,215 • McSpadden Price $19,800 *** 2010 Mercury Milan Premier 3.0L, 18,829 Miles, Leather, SYNC, Multi-Disc CD KBB $21,585 • McSpadden Price $19,200 *** 2010 Mercury Milan Premier 3.0L, 24,829 Miles, Leather, SYNC KBB $20,850 • McSpadden Price $19,100 *** 2010 Ford Focus SEL 2.0L, ONLY 2,000 Miles, Leather, Moon Roof, SYNC McSpadden Price $19,900 *** 2010 Mercury Grand Marquis 29,130 Miles, Leather, Power Seat KBB $17,860 • McSpadden Price $17,800 *** 2010 Lincoln MK2 Sedan 19,027 Miles, Leather, Multi-Disc CD KBB $28,395 • McSpadden Price $26,900 *** 2009 Ford Taurus Limited 49,644 Miles, 3.5L, Leather, Moon Roof KBB $19,450 • McSpadden Price $18,900 *** 2008 Ford Mustang GT Convertible 14,464 Miles, 4.6L, Leather, Shaker Sound KBB $28,445 • McSpadden Price $26,900 ***

Pre-Owned SUVs JUST IN: 2006 Ford F350 Econoline Van 12 Passenger, 5.4L, Privacy Glass, Single CD, Rear Heat and A/C KBB Price $18,435 • McSpadden Price $16,500 *** 2011 Ford Flex Limited 3.5L, 2WD, SYNC, Leather, Navigation, Backup Camera, 25,303 Miles McSpadden Price $32,900 *** 2010 Ford Transit Connect Cargo XL Air Conditioning, ONLY 250 Miles KBB Price $22,990 • McSpadden Price $18,900 *** 2009 Ford Taurus X Eddie Bauer 3.5L, 2WD, Leather, Quad Seats, Dual Power Seats, 18,000 Miles KBB Price $28,125 • McSpadden Price $26,900 *** 2009 Ford Expedition XLT 4X4, 5.4L, Leather, Tow Pkg, Power Seat, 18,578 Miles KBB Price $30,225 • McSpadden Price $30,200 *** 2008 Ford Escape XLT 2WD, 3.0L, Moon Roof, Tow Pkg, Power Seat, 29,445 Miles KBB Price $20,680 • McSpadden Price $19,900 *** 2008 Nissan Pathfinder SE 2WD, 6.5L, Rear View Camera, Moon Roof, Tow Pkg, 31,545 Miles KBB Price $25,030 • McSpadden Price $23,000 *** 2007 Toyota 4Runner SRS 4X4, 4.0L, Power Seat, Tow Pkg, 70,026 Miles KBB Price $22,475 • McSpadden Price $21,900

Pre-Owned Trucks

*** 2007 GMC Yukon SLT 5.3L, 4X4, Leather, Dual Power Seats, Parking Sensors, 91,709 Miles KBB Price $24,850 • McSpadden Price $23,900 *** 2007 Ford Freestar SEL 4.2L, Leather, Quad Seats, Parking Sensors, 30,531 Miles KBB Price $15,750 • McSpadden Price $13,900 *** 2006 Ford Expedition XLT 2WD, 5.4L, Power Seat, Tow Pkg, Running Boards, 76,596 Miles McSpadden Price $15,900 *** 2006 Mercury Mountaineer Premier 4.0L, AWD, Leather, Moon Roof, Navigation, 71,228 Miles KBB Price $20,905 • McSpadden Price $19,900 *** 2005 Nissan Quest 3.5L, Parking Sensors, Power Sliding Door & Liftgate, 89,075 Miles KBB Price $11,290 • McSpadden Price $10,900 *** 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer LT 4.2L, 2WD, TwoTone Paint, Tow Pkg, 77,952 Miles KBB Price $13,290 • McSpadden Price $12,950 *** 2001 Ford Expedition 2WD, 4.6L, Power Seat, Tow Pkg, XLT, 120,615 Miles KBB Price $8,300 • McSpadden Price $7,900

JUST IN: 2010 GMC Sierra 2500 Crew Cab SLE 10,649 Miles, 6.6L Turbo Diesel, 4X4, XM Satellite, Parking Sensors, Backup Camera, Tow Pkg KBB Price $48,000 • McSpadden Price $44,500 *** 2011 Ford F150 Regular Cab XL 2WD, 9,169 Miles, Bed Liner, 3.7L McSpadden Price $19,500 *** 2009 Ford F150 Super Crew Lariat 4X4, 5.4L, Leather, Heated Seats, 35,674 Miles, Tow Pkg KBB Price $32,490 • McSpadden Price $29,900 *** 2009 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab XLT 4X4, 6.4 L Diesel, Dual Power Seats, Tow Pkg, 25,923 Miles KBB Price $42,250 • McSpadden Price $38,900 *** 2008 Ford F250 Super Duty Super Cab XL 4X4, 5.4L, 36,519 Miles, Tow Pkg KBB Price $27,665 • McSpadden Price $23,900 *** 2007 Ford F150 Super Crew XLT 2WD, 5.4L, FX2 Sport, Power Seat, 70,589 Miles KBB Price $20,475 • McSpadden Price $19,900 *** 2007 Lincoln Mark LT 4X4, 5.4L, Leather, Bed Liner, Tow Pkg, Power Seats KBB Price $32,095 • McSpadden Price $31,500 *** 2007 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab XLT 6.0L Diesel, 2WD, Two-Tone, Tow Pkg, 42,337 Miles KBB Price $30,040 • McSpadden Price $26,900 *** 2007 Ford F150 Super Crew King Ranch 4X4, 5.4L, Leather, Tow Pkg, 40,634 Miles KBB Price $31,330 • McSpadden Price $26,900 *** 2007 Ford F150 Super Crew XLT 2WD, 5.4L, Power Seat, Two-Tone Paint, 33,000 Miles KBB Price $22,670 • McSpadden Price $22,500 2006 Ford F150 Super Crew Lariat 2WD, 5.4L, Two*** Tone Paint, Bed Liner, Leather, 36,732 Miles KBB Price 2006 Ford Ranger Super Cab XLT 4WD, $24,270 • McSpadden Price $23,500 4.0L, Bed Liner, Tonneau Cover, 46,701 Miles *** KBB Price $19,420 • McSpadden Price 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 Crew Cab LS 6.6L $18,500 Diesel, 4X4, Power Seat, Tow Pkg, 89,132 Miles KBB *** Price $27,025 • McSpadden Price $24,500

NEW 2012 Ford Vehicles Arriving Daily! Come in & take a look! 2008 Toyota Avalon Touring 51,504 Miles, 3.5L, Leather, Spoiler, CD KBB $21,670 • McSpadden Price $18,500 *** 2003 Cadillac DeVille Sedan 70,607 Miles, 4.6L, Leather, Onstar KBB $8,850 • McSpadden Price $8,500

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10_19_11 Copper Basin News