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A community publication of Volume 58 Number 42

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Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016


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Pinal County Sheriff’s Report 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. 10 Criminal damage was reported in the 22000 block of N. Bidegain Ln., Kearny. Theft was reported in the 39000 block of S. Lago del Oro Pkwy., SaddleBrooke. Oct. 11 Dakota Blake Martin, 22, Mammoth, was arrested in the 400 block of N. Hwy. 77, Mammoth, on two warrants for non-compliance. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail in Florence. Burglary was reported in the 59000 block of E. Bidegain Pl., Kearny. Two incidents were reported. An accident without injuries was reported in the 400 block of S. Ladera Pl., San Manuel. Oct. 12 An accident without injuries was reported in the area of S. Hwy. 79 and S. Hwy. 77, Oracle Junction. Theft was reported in the 37000 block of S. Desert Bluff Dr., SaddleBrooke.

Oct. 13 Criminal damage was reported in the 59000 block of E. Bidegain Pl., Kearny.

Deputies received a report of a reckless driver in the 900 block of E. American Ave., Oracle. Continued on page 12

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. Activity listed from Oct. 10-16. Oct. 10 Burglary was reported in the 300 block of Fairhaven Rd. Oct. 11 Felony flight was reported. An officer reported that a

subject on an ATV ran from him. Oct. 13 Criminal damage to vehicles was reported in the 300 block of Fairhaven Rd. Illegal dumping and trespassing was reported in the 1200 block of Industrial Ave. Oct. 16 Officers received a report of a speeding vehicle in the 900 block of Tilbury Dr. Calls not listed include: ambulance request (13), traffic stop (5), disturbance (3), open door (1), agency assist (4), juvenile problem (1), animal complaint (3), citizen assist (2) and abandoned vehicle (1).

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OBITUARY Adeline Suzane Estrada

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Adeline Suzane Estrada, born April 5, 1990 in Elko, Nevada, went to be with our Lord on October 1. She is the daughter of Richard “Dickie” Estrada Sr. and Cheryl






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Hosea. Her grandparents are Miguel and Adeline Estrada and James Hosea and Edna Lawrence; brother, Richard Estrada Jr.; sister, Edna Marie Hoseas Ropchak. She also has many aunts, uncles and cousins, many from the Kearny area. Susie was born in Nevada, but, her family moved back to Kearny for several years. Later, they moved on to Lake Havasu City where she went to school and loved to ride the school bus. She had many friends and everyone knew Susie; she went to many events and had lots of fun. Susie had been sick a lot. Everyone at the Fire Department knew her. They treated her special. So many in town and stores knew her well She loved her brother Richard and sister Edna Marie, and other family members. Susie, you will be missed. We all love you. Services will be held on Saturday, Oct. 22, at 1 p.m, at New Hope Calvary Church, 3735 London Bridge Rd. in Lake Havasu City.

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Town of Kearny Working on a Financial Plan


usinesses, organizations, and families need a financial plan. Whether simple or elaborate, such plans are tools for meeting our goals, anticipating problems, and developing our resources as we meet our needs. The Town of Kearny held a work session for the Town Council and all the department heads last week with Pat Walker, the town’s financial consultant. The purpose was to look at a list of town needs developed by each department, find the cost of those needs, and begin

gathering the information necessary for the Town Council to come up with a strategic financial plan to meet those needs over the next five years. It soon became evident that this will be a difficult task. Right now, Kearny simply does not have the resources to meet those needs. The population is not growing and our tax base is declining. Moreover, the town’s contingency fund (the “rainy day” fund) has been heavily used in the past few years, and the town’s old infrastructure leaves us vulnerable to expensive

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Hayden to hire David Blue as police chief By Mila Besich-Lira Copper Basin News In a unanimous vote, the Hayden Town Council voted to hire David Blue as the police chief of Hayden. Should he accept the position he would serve the town of Hayden and then potentially work as the police chief for the combined police services of Kearny, Hayden, Winkelman and Mammoth. At press time it was not confirmed if Blue had accepted the position or when each community will hold a vote on the



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consortium. In their motion, the Hayden Council stated that even if the consortium was not approved by the other communities they would still like him to be the chief for Hayden. The Town of Kearny did not have the item on their agenda. Should Blue not accept the position, Hayden will re advertise the position. Originally there were nine candidates for the position; five were interviewed and the top three candidates moved on through the hiring process of background checks. Two made it through that process and, of those two, Blue was the only candidate passing the required background checks. The consortium was an idea presented by David Blue when he served as interim chief for all three of the communities over the course of the past two years. The declining population of the region and lack of revenue growth has created an opportunity to think outside of the box to provide public safety services for the area. The consortium, if approved by the town councils of Kearny, Winkelman, and Mammoth, would hire one chief to run the departments and have a sergeant in each community along with officers. The end result of the consortium would increase policing capacity and allow for funds in the region to not be duplicated when hiring a police chief or other services. This is the first time a consortium like this has been developed in Arizona. The Central Arizona Governments has helped to facilitate the process and discussions through the five mayors’ meetings that are held monthly and the Mayors discuss ways the communities can collaborate and work together.

The Hayden Town Council voted to offer the Police Chief position to David Blue.

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Celebrating the birthday of a Winkelman landmark

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DJ Tom Chestnut Sophia Mendoza is presented flowers and a certificate. Dave Lagunas

Nancy Humphry wrote a book about her mother who was a doctor in Winkelman many years ago. Bill Harmon, ADOT

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On Saturday, residents of the Town of Winkelman as well as dignitaries from across the Copper Corridor celebrated the centennial of the historic Winkelman Bridge. The bridge was designed by Daniel Luten and constructed in 1916, is owned by the Town of Winkelman. It was rehabilitated in 1999 by rehabilitation engineer Jerry A. Cannon and rededicated in 2016. The guests of honor included Belen Cluff, who also just celebrated her 100th birthday, and Sophia Mendoza. James Carnes | CBN

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Old School: Hayden defeats San Manuel in 11-man game By Andrew Luberda Copper Area News

The Hayden football team, which is ranked No. 9 in 1A, stepped up to 2A to take in old rival San Manuel in Winkelman last Friday night. The Lobos, who were playing in their regular-season finale, took advantage of an overconfident Miners’ team in a 20 – 18 victory. “It was different,” Hayden head coach John Estrada said afterwards. “By the end of the game we were down to 12 players and just tried to get out of there healthy. It was a good experience for the kids.” San Manuel, with nearly 30 players on

its roster, had a 49-yard fumble return for a touchdown by Gabe Velasquez in the first quarter but not much more until after halftime. “We were overconfident and we underperformed during the entire first half,” San Manuel head coach Daniel Williams said. “Hayden came out, smacked us in the mouth, and did what they wanted to do.” Ryan Donovan and Brandon Cruz scored rushing touchdowns for Hayden, which scored a third touchdown on a pass play from junior quarterback Mario Mariscal to Frankie Valencia. San Manuel scored two second-half

touchdowns on a pair of passes by freshman quarterback Caleb Quintero – one to Hector Sierra and another to Julian Rodriguez. Quintero threw for nearly 200 yards in the game. “Quintero had a good game for a freshman quarterback,” Williams said. “He hung in there and played really well.” Hayden, which finished the regular season at 5 – 3, earned the No. 9-seed in the 1A State Championship Playoffs. The Lobos will play at No. 8 Mayer this Saturday in the first round. “It’s do-or-die for us now,” Estrada said. “Mayer is big and we’re just going to have to get the job done if we want our season to

continue.” After finishing last week’s game with only 12 healthy players, Estrada was asked if he expects his team to be a full strength entering the playoffs. “We’ll be ready to play Saturday,” he answered. “We have to do our job and we have to execute.” “We’re going to prepare based on what we see on film,” Estrada added. “Mayer is going to try to power us so we have to hit – like we’ve been doing all year – and execute.” The kickoff for Saturday’s playoff game is scheduled for 6 p.m. San Manuel plays at Bisbee on Friday night. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Panthers retain Copper Helmet By Andrew Luberda Copper Area News The No. 2-ranked Superior football team retained the Copper Helmet for the second consecutive year, defeating visiting Ray 56 – 0 in the regular-season finale for both teams last Friday night. The battle for the Copper Helmet is one of the state’s oldest rivalries. For the Panthers, Friday’s game was also Senior Night, where a special group of players were honored before the game. “These seniors, most of them have been starters for four years,” Superior head coach Ryan Palmer said after the game. “It was a special night (and) that they played their last regular-season game and kept the Copper Helmet in Superior made it even better.” Senior Edgar Galindo, who returned after missing the past couple of games with an injury, scored four touchdowns – two rushing, two receiving – in the shutout win. He also ran for a game-high 137 yards. Likely Player of the Year Nicolaus Cruz ran for a touchdown and threw three touchdown passes, including one to junior Marcos Bueno. On defense, the Panthers forced two turnovers – an interception by Austin Navarrette and a fumble recovery by Jalon Murray. Sophomore Steven Ybarra finished with a game-high 14 tackles while Galindo added 10. For Ray, the loss ended a season in which it finished with three wins, but two of them by forfeit. “The boys came out firing on all cylinders at the start,” Ray head coach Frank

Lechuga said about Friday’s game. “After the first quarter, the things that have plagued us all season starting popping up again, but throughout the entire game our kids never gave up.” The Bearcats lose only four seniors off the roster for next season, which figures to be more successful considering a year of experience under the belts of the younger players. “We are loaded with underclassmen,” Lechuga said. “We’ll have a really good squad coming back next year. It’s just a matter of the boys dedicating themselves 100 percent to the program and the rest will take care of itself.” The Panthers finished the regular season undefeated and will start their quest for a state championship following a welcomed bye this week. “There’s a reason why you try to earn one of the top-four spots in the playoffs,” Palmer said. “We only have 17 kids on the team, so the fewer games we have to play the better it’s going to be for us as far as staying healthy and fresh.” Superior will await the winner between No. 10 Mogollon and No. 7 Joseph City. “The extra week off also gives us a little extra time to prepare for our next opponent, and hopefully allows us make a deep run in these playoffs,” Palmer added. Coaches like to see their teams playing their best as the playoffs begin. Does Palmer like where his team is at this point of the season? “We need to clean some things up,” he responded. “Two big things that have hurt us the last two weeks have been poor blocking and tackling.” Continued on page 11

Ray’s Dyllin Lopez (#56) and Nathan Molar (#22) take down a Panther ball carrier. Superior’s Steven Ybarra (#30) is unable to assist his teammate. James Carnes | Copper Area News

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Copper Basin Chamber Events The Chamber sponsored Swap Meet and Farmer’s Market will be held on Saturday, Oct. 22 at the GKI patio, starting at 4 p.m. There is a $10 fee with a drawing among the booth participants for half of the fees collected. Once a month is planned till April (Nov. 19, Dec 10). Great Pumpkin Trunk or Treat will be held on Oct. 29 at Alden. The K-Town Car Show and Fall Festival on Nov. 5 is expected to attract a great number of crafters and cars. The Chamber is hosting a Turkey Bowl with a male Ray vs. Hayden Slow Pitch game and a female Fast Pitch game. Start gathering team members. Pioneer Days will be held March 16-19 with a theme of Heroes and Villains. Contact Angela Hillian Ramirez at the Chamber office, 520-363-7607, for more information on the above mentioned activities and especially if you want to volunteer your services.



Flag Football and Cheer

Registration for Flag Football and Cheer for Kearny will be this Thursday, October 20 at Old Time Pizza from 4:30 p.m. - 7 p.m. This will be the first and only registration date for Kearny players. If you pick up a registration form, need to have it in to Rebecca Figueora by Friday, Oct. 21. Hayden sign up on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 4 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. in the High School Lobby. No sign ups on Tuesday Jr High Ray vs Hayden. We are still needing coaches for Div. K, Pre-K - Kinder and Div. 6, 5th 6th grade. Contact Anna Lopez to volunteer.

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. CCEDC: Copper Corridor Economic Development Coalition meets the third Friday of the month at the CAC Aravaipa Campus in the Community Room at 8:30 a.m. For more information, please email HAYDEN SENIOR CENTER: The Hayden Senior Center,520 Velasco Ave., is open every weekday, from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., to serve the needs of senior citizens and low-income families. A warm,nutritious lunch is served every day. Call 520-356-7035 for information or to check on the daily meal.


Kearny Little League Elections

Kearny Little League Board elections are this Friday, Oct. 21, at 7 p.m. at the concession stand.


CVRMC Annual Art & Wine Auction

Wine tastings, delicious appetizers, silent auction items and a fine art live auction are among the fun to be sampled as part of the Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center Foundation’s annual art and wine, to be held Friday, Nov. 4 at the Gila County Fairgrounds. The event highlights many local artists and ticket holders will enjoy an evening of “Once Upon A Time” with decorations to meet that theme. This year’s signature piece by Joyce Weddle reflects the theme and will be the highlight of the live auction to complete the evening. Tickets are $20 in advance from foundation members or $25 at the door the night of the events. Doors open at 6 pm. From the signature glass to the wide array of items up for bid, the evening has never failed to amaze ticket holders. Come see how organizers have managed to keep up the tradition this year! For information on tickets, call 928-4021230.

K-Town Car Show and Fall Festival

On Saturday, Nov. 5 enjoy or join in a free car show. There will be food and merchant vendors, valve cover races, a pie eating contest, music, games, a hot dog eating contest, a poker run and a poker walk. For more information contact Rip at 623-210-2076,Angela at 602909-1224, Copper Basin Chamber at 520-363-7607 or email angela@ Applications are available at www.copperbasin. org or at the Chamber Office.

Golf Tournament in Hayden

St. Joseph’s Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday, Nov. 5, at the Hayden Municipal Golf Course in a 3 Man Scramble format.. Shotgun start is at 9 a.m. Cost for play is $40 per person Only one A-player is allowed per team; handicaps 0-9 = A - Player. Special events will be Skins, $$$ Hole, Longest Drive and Longest Putt. Food and drinks will be sold. For more information contact Bob Lorona at 520-331-9236. Golf carts are very limited, so call ASAP!

Submit information to or call 520-363-5554. Listings are free. The Copper Basin News reserves the right to edit or refuse submissions. Submissions are due the Friday before Wednesday publication.

PREGNANCY CARE CENTER HOURS: The Pregnancy Care Center in Winkelman, located at Fourth and Thorne Avenues in Winkelman, is open on Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Wednesdays by appointment. Men’s workshop is held on Thursday from 5-6 p.m. You can call (520) 664-5795 for a confidential appointment. KEARNY SENIOR CITIZENS: The Kearny Senior Citizens 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 on the last Wednesday of the month. New members are needed. Come down and join the group. From May through August, the group meets only on the last Wednesday of the month. LOBO BOOSTERS: For Lobo Booster Club membership and information, please call Michelle Gonzales at 480-888-6598. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS 12-STEP: NA meetings are held Wednesdays at 6 p.m. at Sun Life in San Manuel. Rear entrance, south facing door. Open meeting. For more information, call Horizon Health and Wellness at 520-896-9240. KEARNY LIBRARY HAPPENINGS: Kearny Library is the “N” place to be for Newest book and movie releases,the place to find great oldies to check out with your library card, and more. From 8:30 a.m. - 10 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Seniors (50 and up) meet for coffee and conversation. 10 a.m. Monday mornings are set aside for preschool kids. Tuesdays at 10 a.m. are for ages newborn to age 5 and their parents. A crochet class is held at 1 p.m. on Tuesdays for beginners or advanced to get training and new patterns. On the third Wednesday of each month, the Ladies Tea Party meets to enjoy conversation, tea, crumpets, games and crafts. For more information call 363-5861.

ANNOUNCEMENTS Kearny Clean Up Volunteers The Town of Kearny has volunteers who are able to help people in town clean their yards at no charge. Please call the Town Hall at 520-363-5547 to schedule an appointment.

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Treasures, Pumpkins and Cars: News from the Copper Basin Chamber

If you are a crafter, collector or have items you want to sell, this Saturday, Oct. 22, is a good time to bring your wares to the Chamber sponsored Swap Meet and Farmers Market. The venue has changed to the GKI patio beginning at 4 p.m. There is a $10 fee, with a drawing among the booth participants for half of the fees collected. One a month has been planned until April (Nov. 19, Dec 10). The Great Pumpkin Trunk or Treat will be held Oct. 29 on Alden Rd. Decorate your vehicle or prepare a booth and join in the fun. The newly formed Junior Chamber will be hosting the Great Pumpkin which has been an annual event in Kearny since 1961. As soon as the prizes have been awarded for the costumes in each age group the children may then go to the various booths for their treats. Halloween on Oct. 31 is for neighborhood trick or treating. The Vaches at NAPA are hosting the K-Town Car Show Saturday, Nov. 5, along with the Fall Festival formerly known as Oktoberfest. This is a great time for Crafters and collectors to join in the fun. A great number of cars are expected to enter and families come with them and are always looking for something to do and a craft fair is just what they are looking for. There will be a Poker Run, a Poker Walk, raffles all day long, hot dog eating contest and the ever famous pie eating contest which last year was more fun for the adults than the youth. Remember the Ray–Hayden football games on


Continued from page 8 “I’m not ever going to be satisfied,” he added. “We have to do some of the little things a little bit better.” It might sound like Palmer is being a little hard on a team that finished 8 – 0 and dominated every game this season, but he has his reasons. “We’re trying to be the best team in the state every time we take the field,” he added. “We’ve proven that we’ve been the best team on the field so far, but we want to reach that elite status.” In this case, “elite status” is a.k.a., State Champions.

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Thanksgiving Day? This year the Chamber is hosting a Turkey Bowl with a male Ray vs Hayden Slow pitch game and a female fast pitch game. Start gathering your team members and get ready for a fun filled time before Turkey dinner. The date everyone has been waiting for: Pioneer Days will be held March 16-19 with a theme of Heroes and Villains. We will have a new carnival which will be revealed after careful consideration. Contact Angela Hillian Ramirez at the Chamber office, 520-363-7607, for more information on the above mentioned activities and especially if you want to volunteer your services. Shades of orange and green signify Fall is here, come out and join the fun.

COPPER BASIN CHURCH DIRECTORY Fellowship Baptist Church Tilbury & Danbury, Kearny

Pastor Joe Palmer 520-363-5434 Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 10:45 a.m. Tuesday Morning Fellowship 10 a.m. Wednesday Dinner & Bible Study 6-7 p.m. Friday Kids’ Club 1-2:30 p.m.

Kearny Southern Baptist Church 302 Danbury, Kearny

Pastor Roger Pike 520-858-5609 Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship 6 p.m.

Kearny Church of Christ 103 Hammond Dr., Kearny

520-363-7711 Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m.

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St. Joseph’s Catholic Church

Church of the Good Shepherd

Fr. Alex Tigga, Pastor 520-356-7223

Pastor Nina Yardley 520-363-7283

300 Mtn. View Rd., Hayden

Lighthouse Assembly of God Hwy. 77, MP 134, 1/2 mi S of Winkelman

Pastor David Wade 520-356-6718 Worship Service 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Family Night 7 p.m.

We Welcome You!

San Pedro Valley Baptist Church

Dudleyville Road, Dudleyville

Pastor Anthony DaCunha 520-357-7353 Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Service 6 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 p.m.

Bottom of School Hill, Kearny

St. Vincent de Paul 520-356-6046

Weekday Mass Tuesday & Thursday 8:30 a.m. Saturday Vigil 5 p.m. Sunday Mass 10:30 a.m.

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MAYOR’S CORNER Continued from page 3

Another work session will take place in December, and a stronger outline for a plan is expected to emerge. On another subject, I have been asked several times when the town will have its election. I’m not surprised with the question, for we used to have a separate time for electing local offices. The State of Arizona changed all that. Town positions are now at the same time (and on the same ballot) as state and federal elections. In other words, Debbie and Sam are on the same ballot as Donald and Hillary… only way down at the bottom! The early ballots are now open, and Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8. Be sure to exercise your privilege.


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SHERIFF’S REPORT Continued from page 2

Theft was reported in the 100 block of W. San Pedro, San Manuel. Deputies made 16 traffic stops on W. U.S. Hwy. 60, Superior, between 6:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Oct. 14 Deputies received a report of a reckless driver in the 1800 block of E. Molasses St., Oracle. Oct. 16 Luis Laprada Arciniega, 42, San Manuel, was arrested in the 500 block of S. Tierra Verde, San Manuel, and was charged with threatening/intimidation, aggravated

assault, fighting/disruptive behavior and misconduct involving a weapon. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Jorge Luis Herrera Jr., 36, Dudleyville, was arrested in the 9800 block of N. Malpais Rd., Dudleyville, and was charged with assault and fighting/disruptive behavior. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Burglary was reported in the 600 block of W. Third Ave., San Manuel. Theft of a vehicle was reported in the 600 block of W. Fifth Ave., San Manuel.



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20. Help Wanted The Miner is seeking carriers for various routes in the Tri-Community.


As an Electrician for Jacobs, you will be responsible for the maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairs of electrical systems. Thorough knowledge in safe maintenance work practices of electrical systems and equipment with voltages up to 600 volts. The ideal candidate will possess a very strong understanding of variable frequency drives, industrial controls troubleshooting skills, root-cause analysis skills, and the ability to read and interpret schematics, mechanical drawings, and blueprints. A detailed job description can be found at: https://jacobs.taleo. net/careersection/ex/ jobdetail.ftl?job=FS 0000NQ Resumes can be faxed to (928) 402-4792 or uploaded to the Jacobs website

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The Superior Sun is seeking carriers for various routes in Superior. Superior Call 480-620-5401. Ask for James. CARE GIVER FOR ELDERLY COUPLE

Seeking caring, compassionate and reliable individual (female) to provide care to elderly parent in San Manuel. Assistance needed in bathing & dressing. Additional duties include light housekeeping and cooking. Primary work schedule is Friday thru Sunday with hours TBD. If interested, please call Bea at 520385-4965 (h) or 520-471-2086 (c).

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68. Adoptions Pregnant? A childless couple seeks to adopt. Will be hands-on parents. Visit our website: http://chadandjulioadopt. Financial Security. Expenses Paid. Chad & Julio (ask for Adam). 1-800-790-5260. (AzCAN)

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2 bed 1 bath in Oracle. Available 11/01. Can be seen now. For more info call 520-449-4555.

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RV space. Large lot. Quiet area. $400/mo Call Gary at 520-909-4700 Oracle Apartments 1256 W. Neal St., Oracle, AZ 85623

“Good things are happening!” 39 modern 1 & 2 bedroom apartments for individuals, families and seniors, families, and disabled. Subsidy depending on availability and eligibility. Certain income restrictions apply. Federally subsidized. • On-Site Managers Office • On-Call Maintenance • Playground/Basketball Hoop • 30 Minutes from Tucson • Lease, Security Deposit Required This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. An equal opportunity employer, committed to ensuring non-discrimination in all terms, conditions and privileges. For information and application, come in or call (520) 896-2618 T.D.D. (800) 842-4681 Office Hours: EQUAL Wednesday-Thursday HOUSING 9 a.m.-2 p.m. OPPORTUNITY

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Do you know you buying a home may be less than rent? SAN MANUEL HOMES FOR SALE • 308 S. Avenue B $39,000 • 104 San Pedro $49,900 • 212 Ave H $115,000 • 108 Ave H $108,000 ORACLE HOMES FOR SALE • 820 N. La Mariposa St $115,000 • 3452 N. Apache Joe Drive $139,900 (SALE PENDING) • 221 E Nuestro Street $160,000 Call Diane Estrada for an appointment to view homes today! 520-896-9099 or 520-419-6888

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THREE BEDROOM, 1 BATH 112 Ave. B Remodeled kitchen, laundry room addition, new carpet, freshly painted interior, stove & frig. $41,000 TWO BEDROOM, 1 BATH 309 McNab Carport with new concrete driveway, covered patio, shed, stove, frig & washer. $30,000 123 Ave. A Enlarged remodeled kitchen, fenced yard, carpet & ceramic flooring, carport & covered patio. Stove, frig, dishwasher & microwave. $42,900 126 Webb Upgrades galore: dual pane windows, A/C and evaporative cooling, block garage, 2 car carport, full covered patio with concrete walks, ceramic floors, handicap accessible bathroom, remodeled kitchen with abundance of cabinets & all appliances. $68,500 209 4th St. Enlarged kitchen with custom cabinets, dual pane windows, block privacy wall, workshop, 2 storage sheds, den room addition, covered porch & microwave. $29.900


86265 Barrows Beautiful views from this home on 3.54 acres with private well, front & back covered patios, AZ room and A/C. Metal roof is 1 year old. Workshop, paved driveway & all appliances stay. $135,000 201 River Dr. Beautiful views, .69 acre corner lot, totally chain link fenced, 3 bed, 1 3/4 bath mobile home with large front covered patio, 2 car garage and workshop. $43,500


• .99 acre commercial lot with CB-2 zoning in San Manuel. $12,500. Owner financing available with 15% down, 8% interest for maximum of 10 years.

RENTALS • 1 bed, 1 bath home with stove, refrigerator & carport. $400. • 2 bed, 1 bath home with stove & refrigerator. Fenced backyard, 2 sheds & front covered patio. $500. • Rentals Coming in Sept. & Oct. 3 homes priced between $575-$600. All 3 bedroom, 1 bath homes. Call for details. Open Monday-Friday After hours or evenings call: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. PAULA MERTEN-BROKER......................... 520-471-3085 Available by appt. anytime. BILL KELLAM.............................................. 520-603-3944 MIKE GROVER ............................................ 520-471-0171 JENNIFER COX ........................................... 520-730-4515 EQUAL HOUSING



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Amy Whatton Realty Phone: 928-812-2816 Email: Helping families find their dream homes since 1986. • 925 3rd Ave. 3 Bdrm 1 3/4 Ba. Immaculate home and has lots of extras. Built-up front yard w. rock wall, concrete drive, block wall in back, 20x30’ garage. Includes appliances. 2 extra rooms for office, craft room, etc. Must see! $116,500 • 507 Avenue D 3 Bdrm 1 3/4 Ba with all new 18” tile floor, remodeled kitchen and baths, AZ room, Man cave/den,new AC/Furnace, 3 car garage space and 2 car c/p. Views galore! $148,999 • 112 Avenue I 3 bdrm 1 3/4 ba. Completely remodeled with new flooring, appliances and much more. Must see! $87,900 • 1009 3rd Ave. 3 bdrm 1 3/4 ba with family room, block wall, fireplace and more. $79,900 • 621 2nd Ave. Beautiful 3 bdrm 1 ba with enclosed laundry and storage. Tile and carpet flooring, freshly painted. Block wall, large storage shed, covered parking and more. Great views. $67,900 • 126 San Pedro Lovely cottage appeal to this home. 3 bdrm 1 3/4 bath with family room, fireplace PENDING and small office. Enclosed patio onSALE front and side of home adds lots of extra usable space and character. Remodeled kitchen with appliances and so much more. Must see! $94,900 • 621 6th Ave. 3 bdrm 1 3/4 bath. This home has a remodeled kitchen and baths, includes the stove. Ceramic tile and wood flooring. Freshly painted and ready for new owner. Great usable yards, enlarged concrete driveway, large workshop and chain link fence. $78,000 • 929 6th Ave. 3 bdrm 1 Bath. Lots of extras with this home. Enclosed back patio for laundry and storage, all appliances, added roomSALE for office PENDING or dressing room. Enlarged concrete driveway and chain link fencing. Must see! $69,900 • 113 Avenue A 2 bdrm 1 ba. Completely remodeled with new kitchen and bath. Wood flooring and more! Great mountain views. Must see! $49,900 • 208 Nichols Ave. 4 Bdrm 1 3/4 Ba with extra room for office , playroom, etc. Double carport and drive, fenced back yard and so much more. $112,000 • REDUCED – 930 4th Ave. Spacious 2 bdrm 1 3/4 ba. 1107 sq. ft. Huge living room and dining SOLD area. Remodeled kitchen. Many upgrades. Fenced yard with decorative wall and low maintenance landscape in front. Appliances included. $69,900 • REDUCED – 330 McNab Pkwy. 4 bdrm 2 ba. home. Previously used as office space. Could be used as home or office. Large corner lot. So much potential here. Must see! $64,900 • REDUCED – 1022 3rd Ave. Great family home. 3 bdrm 1 3/4 ba. Vinyl siding, AC, family room with fireplace, Covered patio, laundry room and green house, workshop, and lg. shed. Large fenced SALE PENDING back yard. Call today! $93,900 • REDUCED – 911 6th Ave. 2 or 3 bdrm 1 3/4 ba. added laundry/utility room, large covered patio & front porch, low maintenance yards with fruit trees. Appliances included. $79,900 • REDUCED – 101 Avenue B 4 bdrm 2 bath with addition. Family room w. fireplace. A/C, extra rooms for bdrms or offices. Need some work. Great views! $39,900

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BONNIE BUSHEY, 487-9211 THERESA TROOP, 400-8292 DIANE ESTRADA, 419-6888 LES BROWN, 805-407-4382 TRICIA HAWKINS, 520-400-1897

109 E. 2nd Ave, Mammoth MLS#: 21514927 Nice well kept home, new carpet in 2012 newer paint inside and out. Detached 1 car garage with electric, and 1 car carport. central A/C fenced front and back yard. Great views. $74,900

Oracle Listings - Homes

•Custom home with full partially finished basement. Vaulted ceilings, kitchen with SS, granite, island & dining area. Screened porch. Saltwater pool and grotto. 2.26 acres with mtn views. $335,000. MLS #21627209 •1.6 acre 2048 sq. ft. remodeled home with open concept, granite & ceramic . Fully handicap adapted. 32x75’-5 bay garage/shop. RV pad w/ full hookup. 400 amp service. Low utilities. Restuccoed & painted. Screened in porch and fire pit. $350,000. MLS # 21627013 •Oracle home with office, detached garage and studio, screened in patio, mountain views on 1.25 acres. $259,000 •Completely remodeled home with a detached two-car garage. $165,000 •Hilltop home 3 bed, 2 bath with mountain views. Spacious living room with fireplace. Adjacent lot also for sale. $159,000 •Private, beautiful 2 bed, 2 bath on 2.95 acres, open floor plan, Travertine tile, wood floors, vaulted ceilings. Quality shed with fenced in garden. $225,000 •4 bedroom home on .62 with large oak trees, 2 car carport, swimming pool. $179,000 •3000sqft Santa Fe home with privacy, views & oaks on 1 acre. $435,000 •Commercial: 4600 sq ft building on .26 acres. $60,000

•Sweet 2 Bedroom mobile home on a private lot, or put your own new MH on this lot with trees. $38,900 •Mountain views 4 bed, 2 1/2 bath, 2,404 sq. ft. plus a 1,244 sq.ft. basement, 34 x 27 detached garage on 6.85 ac. $395,000. •Charming Beyond Belief Restored back to its 1940 Craftsman style with new kitchen, bathroom, doors and windows. 1.25 acres with chicken coop and detached garage workshop. Must see! $189,000 •Immaculate! 3 bd 2 bath MH on 1.33 acres. New flooring throughout the home, new roof, new front and back decks. 220 power in detached workshop. $139,900 •Charming bungalow home on 1.88 acres, 4 bd, 3 ba, 2,243 sqft with a detached garage & much more! $295,000 •Charming ranch style home with horse amenities on 1.25 acres. $220,000 •Commercial Building 960 sq ft, great location. $65,000. •Spacious home on a nice lot nestled in trees, 3 or 4 bedroom with new ac, new dishwasher, tile throughout, shed, covered parking and fenced area for pets. $165,000 •Unique MUST SEE home! 3 bd/3 ba. Incredible views on 3.7 acres. $475,000 •3 bd/2 ba, 1876 sqft., fireplace, storage sheds, rock wall. $148,000

Oracle-Land •Horse Property! Build your home or put a manufactured home on this great 3.34 ac parcel. $99,000 •1.25 to 10 ac., buy part or whole, has excellent well, borders State land, no financing necessary, owner will cary. $32,000 - $125,000.

•2-5 ac parcels can be purchased 1.25 ac for $24,000, 2.5 ac for $40,000 or the 5 ac parcel for $75,000. Great views, homes or mobiles. Horse property. •1.04 ac premium lot, custom home area, views, views views! $55,000. • 2 - 1.25 ac of Oracle Ranch Rd, $55,900 or $49,900 property line is shared and can be combined to a 2.5 ac.

•Affordable home with expanded kitchen, ceramic tile flooring and new paint. Home ownership with no worries! Water heater & furnace updated. Well maintained backyard completely fenced, recoated roof, new carpet in bedrooms. Everything is in excellent condition. Move in ready, priced right! $39,000 MLS#21622997 •Lovely 3bd 2 bath home clean and well maintained. All the flooring and walls are in great condition. Home backs to desert with gorgeous mountain and sunset views with screened in patio, front door wheelchair accessible, AC unit, and a metal roof, and some plumbing updated as well. $84,900 MLS 21626354

•Newly remodeled 3 bed, 2 bath, mountain views, ceramic floors, new appliances. All furniture stays. $92,000 •Lovely 2 bd 1 ba, wood kitchen cabinets, new A/C and furnace installed August 2015, fenced yard. $46,000 •Large 1 Acre Lot in San Manuel, near ball park with views, zoned GR. $25,000 •Remodeled 4 bd,2 ba home, upgraded kitchen & baths, 1900 sqft., includes large family room, landscaped yard, upgrades galore. $128,000 •Lovely 3 bd 2 ba, metal roof, new driveway, 2 metal sheds, enclosed laundry room. $62,000

•3 bedroom 2 bath, great views, 2 car carport, A/C, fenced yard. Covered back porch. $57,950 •3 bedroom, 2 bath, den or 4 bedroom, 1974 sqft, custom home, open floor plan, metal roof, new A/Cheat pump, Artesian well, large pond, horse facilities, large trees, 12.63 ac. $235,000

•Great mountain views from this 3.75 ac. south of Mammoth. $39,000. •37 acres, beautiful views, secluded area, touches state land, horse property. $115,000. •3-lots to choose from. Hill top views shared well, horse property, leveled off areas for home sites. Two lots $50,000 each & one lot $70.000 or all 3 for $129,000

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411 S. Rolfs Ave., Mammoth MLS#: 21612425 AFFORDABLE 3 BR 2 bath with Great Views! New carpet April 2016, Dual Pane windows, Extra Storage and 2-car carport, 200 Amp Electric service. A/C new installed in 2014 was only used for 6 months. Covered back porch. Fenced back yard. Make Offer Today!!! Owner is married to a licensed real estate agent. $57,950

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SAFETY wherever you are

Oct. 19, 2016

Friends and family host 4th annual Domestic Violence Walk in memory of Vanessa Rose

Natural gas lines can be buried anywhere. So it’s important to know how to recognize and respond to a natural gas matter where you are.

A leak may be present if you: SMELL: An odor similar to rotten eggs, even if it’s faint or momentary. HEAR: A hissing or roaring sound coming from the ground, aboveground piping, or gas appliance. SEE: Dirt or water blowing into the air, unexplained dead or dying grass or vegetation, or standing water continuously bubbling. lf you suspect a leak: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

Leave the area immediately. From a safe place, call 911 and Southwest Gas at 1-877-860-6020, day or night, whether you’re a customer or not. A Southwest Gas representative will be there as soon as possible. Don’t smoke or use matches or lighters. Don’t turn on or off any electrical switches, thermostats, or appliance controls; or do anything that could cause a spark. Don’t start or stop an engine, or use automated doors.

For more information about natural gas safety, visit or call 1-877-860-6020.

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Friends and family of Vanessa Rose Gonzalez on Saturday hosted the fourth annual Domestic Violence Awareness Walk in Hayden. Participants walked from the Hayden Golf Course to the Mountain View Cemetery. Along the way signs were posted about helping victims “Break the Silence”. See more photos on our Facebook page: CopperArea. James Carnes | CBN

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