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A community publication of Volume 92 Number 42

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Superior Police Report

According to state law, police may arrest suspected offenders by two methods. 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 damage amounts are estimates. Items are given to The Superior Sun by the Superior Police Department and reflect information available at the time the report is compiled. Oct. 7 Theft was reported in the 900 block of Western Ave. Theft was reported in the 1100 block of U.S. Hwy. 60. Oct. 8 Linda A. Mitchell, 63, Superior, was arrested in the 700 block of Wight St. on a felony probation violation warrant issued by the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office and a civil warrant for disorderly conduct issued by the Casa Grande Police Department. She was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail in Florence. Oct. 9 Theft was reported in the zero block of Pinal Ave. Oct. 10 Steve W. McCaslin, 59, Superior, was arrested in the 500 block of U.S. Hwy. 60 and was charged with shoplifting. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Criminal damage was reported in the 100 block of Pinal

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Ave. Oct. 12 Violation of a court order was reported in the 1000 block of Belmont Ave. Oct. 13 An accident with injuries was reported in the area of U.S.

Hwy. 60. Christina C. Valenzuela, 73, Superior, was arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license. She was cited and released. Calls not listed include traffic stop (5), disturbance (4), Continued on page 12

OBITUARIES Beatrice Munguia Casillas Beatrice Casillas of Superior, Arizona, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2016. She was known and loved by many as Bea, Mom, Tia Bea, Nana Bea and Grandma Bea. Born May 10, 1926, she was the last surviving sibling of nine brothers and sisters. Bea met and married her childhood friend, Joe Casillas, in the town of Superior. Together they raised three sons, Billy, Steve and John. Bea and Joe enjoyed keeping their family active in sports, community events and church. Bea worked hard in everything she did. When she wasn’t raising her boys, being a Den Mother, taking care of her gardens, cooking meals, and working at the local insurance company, she loved teaching people of all ages how to read and write. Bea found the most joy in God, her family, and friends. She loved the constant company of her family, especially the

happy chaos of her seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. She loved her grandchildren unconditionally and shared a unique bond with each and every one of them. Beatrice was a woman of love, faith, patience, a woman who protected, provided and did so effortlessly. She was a true example of what it is to be humble, genuine and selfless. A ceremony to remember her life and celebrate her new life as she enters into the Kingdom of our Lord and Savior will be held Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, in Superior. Services will be at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church – 490 Main St. Superior, AZ 85173. Rosary is at 10 a.m. and Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m.

Beatrice R. Arvizu Beatrice R. Arvizu was born on Aug. 13, 1926 in Los Angeles, CA to Ernesto and Armida Romero. She entered into Heaven on Oct. 13, 2016 in Mesa, AZ in her daughter’s home, peacefully surrounded by her loved ones. She resided in Superior for the majority of her life. She was preceded in death by siblings, Arthur (infant), Raul, Sophie Carrisoza, Ernesto Jr. (Veto) Arthuro (Punga), Lucy Ruiz, Salvador Ruiz and Gustavo. She is urvived by her children, Gloria Arvizu-Thompson (Eli), Maria Gomez, Elouise Medina, Angel and Christine (Steve Sanchez). She is grandmother to eight, great-grandmother to 19, great-great-grandmother to 10. She is survived by four siblings, MaryLou Mendoza, Danny Romero (Annie), Roxanna Cota and Minnie Denogean. She is adored by numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. Tuca, as she is known to all, was a kind, loving, giving woman. Her laughter was infectious. She had a gift to

words in all her letters or notes that she wrote. She gave such joy to her children and grandchildren. She loved the occasional margarita. Her hope was to dance in Heaven. Dance with the Angels. Mama, the image will bring a smile to us all. Funeral services for Beatrice will be Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Superior, AZ, with a viewing at 9 a.m.; the Rosary will begin at 9:30 a.m., and Mass will begin at 10 a.m. Interment will follow at Fairview Cemetery, Superior, AZ. A luncheon will be hosted at St. Mary’s Center, Superior, AZ. Superior Funeral Home is providing exceptional family service. 379 Ray Rd., Superior, AZ 85173. Ph. (520) 6892692.

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Major upgrade of Superior streets coming as Council accepts HURF repayment policy; about 90% of town roads found in very poor to failing condition By James J. Hodl Superior Sun Repaving and fixing the streets of Superior could soon move into high gear now that the Town Council has approved the HURF (Highway User Revenue Fund) Inter-fund Repayment Policy at the Council’s Oct. 13 meeting. Superior has been at odds with the state of Arizona since it used HURF funds, which are designated for road and transportation

projects, to support other town programs during the economic downturn that began in 2008. Now that an audit completed in August by the Arizona Office of Auditor General verified how much HURF funds the town owes, it can begin paying back the misused funds by exceeding in subsequent years the amount of current HURF funds the town receives on street and transportation projects. Getting HURF funds designated for Superior could not come at a more opportune time as a recent joint study conducted by Superior Town

traffic that could get worse if not fixed soon. Others include Sunset Drive (a major east-west roadway used by persons going to Superior High School and JFK Elementary), Pinal Avenue south of Lime Street, Panther Drive (also an access route to the two schools), Stone Avenue south of U.S. 60, Western Avenue, Stansberry Avenue south of Lime Street and a crossing road over the Queen Creek Wash, and Porphyry Street through Superior’s Downtown District. Continued on page 4

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Spread the Love - Fill the Bowl - FRIDAY, November 4 The Superior High School DECA club will be hosting its fourth annual Fill the Bowl soup dinner fundraiser. The club hosts this service project to build awareness about the affects of hunger in America and raise money for the Superior

Food Bank. The event will be held on Friday, Nov. 4, at the Superior Junior-Senior High School multipurpose room from 6 to 8 p.m. The fundraiser tickets includes all you can eat soup, salad and ice tea or

lemonade. Tickets are $10 per person and attendees will receive a custom designed bowl. Pre-sale tickets are available

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Due to limits on the size of annual HURF revenues allocated to Superior, street repairs will have to be prioritized, Council members agreed. To speed repairs along, it was proposed that Superior consider a bond issue to provide more road revenues upfront, but the Council didn’t act on it. Under current federal regulations, curbs and adjacent sidewalks are required with road upgrades if they are not already present. And according to Town Manager Todd Pryor, some Superior streets are so old only a complete rebuilding can restore them. Pryor also suggested that utilities be required to pay to repave streets to their original condition after digging them up to access underground systems and equipment. He noted several instances, including one in front of the Superior Fire Station, where utilities didn’t adequately compact dirt when they refilled their and covered it with asphalt, resulting in the road surface settling into a dip or pothole. Council members agreed with this proposal. The future of road repairs will be further discussed at future meetings. In other business at the meeting, Council members approved two items that will lead to the upgrading of the Superior airport. One was to seek an E72V01P grant of $237,000 from ADOT to develop an Airport Master Plan and to seek qualifications from professional engineering firms to select one to help develop that plan. The Superior Airport handles small airplanes as might be used by private owners and executives of companies doing business in the town. The purchase of three new patrol cars for the Superior Police Department also was approved at a cost of $111,000 through the Arizona state contract pricing program. The new vehicles will be Ford Explorers, which were the most economical among four brands examined, said Police Chief Dave Neuss. They will include the Ford police package. Unlike the Ford Crown Victoria sedans they will replace, the new vehicles will not be black, but will be silver/gray with only the Superior Police logo on the sides. The new color will not show dust as readily as black, thus keeping them looking clean longer, Neuss added. Neuss expects the new patrol cars to be in use by Christmas. The purchase prices of the

vehicles will come out of the emergency fund negotiated with Resolution Copper. Town Manager Pryor also announced that the Superior Transfer Station, which has been closed since late 2013, will reopen on November 5. To mark the occasion, town residents will be able to drop off junk at the station free of charge on the first day. Afterwards, disposal fees will be assessed defending on the type waste. Fees for 1 cubic yard of waste will be $16 for mixed household waste, $8 for green (uncontaminated yard) waste and untreated lumber, and $32 for construction waste. For specific items the charge is $20 per mattress, home appliance (refrigerator, washing machine, stove, etc.) and home electronics (TV sets, computers, etc.). Carpet disposal fees with vary on the rug’s coverage area. Upholstered furniture disposal with range from $20 to $40 depending on the side, with sectional sofas and convertible couches requiring the highest fee. Automobile tire disposal is $4 while truck tires (off the rim) are $10. The transfer station will be open 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays, Fridays and the first Saturday of each month. During the Public Comment section of the meeting, Sue Anderson of the Superior Chamber of Commerce reported reaching a deal with Habitat For Humanity to acquire paint at the cost of $1 per gallon, which will be offered to homeowners along Main Street to spruce up the outsides of their homes. The Council further voted to combine its November and December meetings into a single meeting on Wednesday November 30 in order to avoid conflicts with Council members’ schedules that could result in the failure to have a quorum for lack of attending members. Several council members had conflicts with training programs and outside interests on December 8, while others thought the November 10 meeting date was too close to the November 8 election and would conflict with vote counting and canvassing. Thus the Nov. 30 meeting will feature the changing of the guard, with two new members (Vanessa Navarrette and Bruce Armitage) joining the Council. The meeting will as always be held at the Superior Town Hall at 199 N. Lobb St. beginning at 7 p.m.

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Salina Bryant is the Superior Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Month. She is an active volunteer at the Chamber where she staffs the office on Main Street on Friday and also works on various clerical projects and events for the Chamber. She enjoys the ability to volunteer at her comfort level yet still be involved in the community. Salina is a 1995 graduate of Superior High School. She a mom to Danika a seventh grader and Zack a 3rd grader at Superior Unified School District. She enjoys helping them with their school projects and activities. She also enjoys throwing the ball around with them, “Football, baseballs, basketballs, I enjoy practicing with my kids. I have a pretty good spiral now” she said. The Superior Chamber of Commerce selects a volunteer of the month at their monthly board meeting. To nominate a volunteer in the community stop by the Chamber office at 165 Main St. to leave your nomination for selection. The names are picked from the selection by a random draw.

Women needing the services of an obstetrician and gynecologist have a new option available to them. Dr. Michael Bryan has joined the staff of the Cobre Valley Clinics in Superior and Kearny. Dr. Bryan is an American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology Certified OB/GYN who has recently joined CVRMC in an effort to provide our region with excellent healthcare. He has more than 10 years of experience and specializes in taking care of women throughout their pregnancy as well as treating, diagnosing, and examining other medical ailments involved with the female reproductive system. He earned an undergraduate degree from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies. He was a part of the Barrett Honors College, and in 2005, Dr. Bryan graduated from Albany Medical College with honors as a Scholar in Medical Ethics. He completed his residency at Banner Good Samaritan in Phoenix, and has also completed several years of ongoing medical education from 2010 – 2015. Dr. Bryan will be providing OB/GYN services in the CV Superior and Kearny Clinics every other week, beginning the first week of November. He is currently providing services at 5994 S. Hospital Dr., Globe, AZ. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please call (928) 425-3247.

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Superior keeps 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.” “I’m not ever going to be satisfied,” he added. “We have

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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.

The Panthers take the field for the annual Copper Helmet game.

James Carnes | Copper Area News

Superior’s Steven Ybarra (#30) and Nicolaus Cruz (#12) look like they are smashing Ray’s Romeo Williams (#45) between them. Ray’s Eric Manriquez (#21) comes in for the assist. James Carnes | Copper Area News

Superior’s Daniel McConnell (#82) comes to the aid of his teammate in preventing Ray’s Jando Felix (#33) from gaining yardage. James Carnes | Copper Area News

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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Superior Little League – Help Keep the Legacy Alive T

he Superior Little League was founded in Superior in the 1960’s as the community of Superior began to grow. The field property was an agreement between the Smith, Hing and O’Donnell families who donated the land to be used as a Little League field. For decades the field has been the home to young baseball and softball players, it has been the home of three teams who represented the state of Arizona at the Western Regional Little League tournament, 2016 being the year that Superior’s first girls softball team won the State Little League tournament to represent Arizona in Montana. The league has survived the ups and downs of the community and over the past 10 years has seen a tremendous amount of improvement due to the integrity and dedication of the Little League Board of Directors. With the financial support of Resolution Copper and other corporate partners, the field now has a grass outfield and a score board, and the bathrooms have been remodeled along with the electrical infrastructure being up grades. Grants and fundraisers have also helped to make these much needed improvements. Superior has one of the oldest charter leagues in the state of Arizona. Unfortunately the league is in jeopardy of not having a 2017 season. Recent board elections did not produce a new board for the 2017 season and a majority of the existing board members are retiring from these volunteer positions. You can help keep this beloved community tradition alive by volunteering to serve as a board member of this important community organization, the board is holding another election meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016 at 6 p.m. at the Superior Little League field. The positions that must be filled for the season to continue are President, Vice President (s), Secretary, Treasurer, Player Agent and Safety Officer. If you are interested in serving on the board please contact Virginia Alonzo at 480-215-9144. You can read more about the board responsibilities at http://bit. ly/2dYNUV7. You do not have to have children in the program to serve.

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The “In Your Biz” column is sponsored weekly by the Superior Chamber of Commerce in an effort to further promote their business members. To learn more about the Superior Chamber of Commerce you can visit their website or call them at 520-689-0200. The Chamber meets the third Wednesday of every month at their building 165 Main St. in Superior, Arizona. Those planning on attending the Chamber luncheons do need to RSVP prior to the meeting, please call Deb McKee to RSVP at 520-827-1773. Articles compiled by Mila Besich-Lira for Superior Sun - Copper Area News Publishers.

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Superior Senior Center News

The Superior Senior Center, 360 W. Main St., invites seniors to join the center and enjoy a nice meal and great company. Meals are $2 for adults 55 and over. Under 55 is $4.   Gemini Hospice is offering  a blood pressure clinic every second and fourth Thursday of the month at 12:30 p.m.  This is conducted at the Superior Senior Center at 360 W. Main.  There is no charge and everyone is welcome. Bingo is every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:30 a.m. A pastry bingo is held on the last Thursday of the month beginning at 10 a.m. All are welcome. Need a ride to the center or more information? Call 689-5182. The menu for the Superior Senior center for the week of Thursday, Oct. 20 through Wednesday, Oct. 26, is: • Thursday: Chicken Fried Steak, Italian Veggies, Potatoes, Garden Salad, Orange, Roll. • Monday: Fish Nuggets, Potato Wedges, Cole Slaw, Apple, Roll. • Tuesday: Meat Loaf W/Tomato Sauce, Mashed Potatoes, Broccoli & Carrots, Orange. • Wednesday: Turkey Noodle Casserole, Beet Salad, Yams, Pineapple.

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Little League Board Elections

Little League Meeting Board Elections are set for Wednesday, October 26 at 6 pm at the Little League Field.Agenda: 1) Overview of Season 2) Financial Report 3) Board Positions Review / Q&A 4) Board Elections Board positions are elected annually and at least the following need to be filled: President, Vice President(s), Secretary, Treasurer, Player Agent and Safety Officer. If you are interested but unable to attend, please contact Virginia Alonzo at 480-215-9144. A list of Board duties can be found on our website at http://superiorlittleleagueaz. and on our FaceBook page:Superior Little League - AZ

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 928402-1230.


SHS Class of 1981’s 35th Reunion

The Class of 1981 will be celebrating its 35th Class Reunion on Nov. 12 at the Magma Club. A No Host Happy Hour / Dinner will be for Classmates only beginning at 5 p.m. A Dance will begin at 8 p.m. and be open to all SHS Alumini who are 21 years or older. The cost is $10 per person. Tickets need to be purchased ahead of time. No tickets will be sold at the door. We are also asking for help locating the following classmates: Janet Frazier, Terry Gomez, Kevin Hodgkins, Carlos Hoke, Barry Phillips, Charles Turula and Melinda Stenhouse. If you are interested in attending or you have any information on these classmates, please contact Connie Reyna Perez at 602-703-8858.

Superior Rotary Has Raffle The Superior Rotary is selling raffle tickets to raise funds for the Food Bank Thanksgiving Turkeys. Tickets are limited to 300. Cost is $10 each and the prize is a $350 gift certificate for a Remington Model #783 24” barrel rifle with scope at Sportsman Warehouse. Drawing to be held Nov. 22. Tickets are going fast. See Rotary Club Members to purchase.

ON THE AGENDA SUPERIOR TOWN COUNCIL: The Superior Town Council meets the second Thursday at 7 p.m. at the old Roosevelt School Auditorium. SUPERIOR OPTIMIST CLUB: The Superior Optimist Club meets the first and third Tuesdays at Edwardo’s Pizza at 6:30 p.m. Anyone wishing to join the club can contact JoAnn Besich at 520-827-0592. SUPERIOR SENIOR CENTER: The Superior Senior Center is open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. A hot nutritious lunch is provided at noon. Bingo is played every Tuesday and Thursday starting at 10:30 a.m. Come in and join us for lunch or Bingo. You do not need to be a senior to join us, but must be over 21 to play Bingo. Need a ride to the center? Call 520-689-5182.

SUPERIOR ROTARY CLUB: The Superior Rotary Club is the oldest service club in Superior that is still in service today. If you are interested in becoming a Rotarian you can join them at their weekly meeting every Tuesday at the JFK Elementary School at noon. SUPERIOR SCHOOL BOARD: Regular meetings of the Superior School District Governing Board are held at 6 p.m. in the Auditorium, at Kennedy Elementary School, 1500 Sunset Drive in Superior, usually on the first Wednesday of each month. SUPERIOR, ARIZONA COWBOY ROUND-UP ASSOC: Anyone interested in joining the Superior, Arizona Cowboy Round-up Association should call Sandra Doyle at 509-9360604.

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Public Notice NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. Name: Gold Canyon Dental Studio “LLC” L-2126129-4 II. The address of the known place of business is: 11125 E. Peralta Canyon Dr., Gold Canyon, AZ 85115 III. The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: 11125 E. Peralta Canyon Dr., Gold Canyon, AZ 85115 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: Barry A. Harwick [member], 11125 E. Peralta Canyon Dr., Gold Canyon, AZ 85115 SUN Legal 10/12/16, 10/19/16, 10/26/16

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Continued from page 2 double in the construction zone while workers are present. The Superior Police and Fire Departments have contracted all dispatch services to the Pinal County Sheriff (POLICE) and Florence PD (FIRE). As a result of these changes, you need to know some new phone numbers. Hwy. 60. ADOT is paying the Superior Police to do • Emergency (Police – Fire – Medical) 911 extra patrol in the construction zones to enforce • Police Non-Emergency 520-866-5111 speed limits during working hours. Fines are • Police Department Business 520-689-5255 Barry Harwick

Oct 10 of Legal: 96 63Gold Canyon Dental Studio LLC Name agency assist (3), alarm drop (5), information (2), animal Oct 11 97 60 Size: by 57 1.75 inchescomplaint (3), threats (3), traffic hazard (1), found property Oct 12 1 col.96 (1), medical (2), 911 hang-up (1), welfare check (2), attempt Oct 13 3x run: 95 10/12/16, 55 SUN 10/19/16, 10/26/16 to locate (2) and suspicious activity (3). Oct 14 99 57 Total $50.00 Superior Police want to remind drivers to obey all Oct 15 cost: 97 57 the speed limits in the construction zone on U.S. Oct 16 95 56 Cost per week: $16.66/$16.66/$16.67

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“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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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

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•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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Cleaning up Superior, one tire at a time This weekend, a crew of volunteers collected over 40 cubic yards of used tires from around the community. This free tire pickup day was a joint venture of the

Superior Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Superior, and represents the first use of our transfer station after nearly four years of inactivity. This was the first of a

series of community cleanup events at the transfer station. With the enthusiastic crew it took less than 2 hours to fill an entire 40 yard roll off!  Volunteers included Town Manager Todd Pryor, Councilwoman elect Vanessa Navarette and husband Martin, Councilman elect Bruce Armitage, Code Enforcement Officer Angela Gill with Superior PD Reserve Officers Marsden and Halstead, Superior High School student Ashley Graham and many others.  Thanks to Supervisor Pete Rios and others at the County, the tire bin was made available to Superior residents at no charge.  Kudos to all!  On Nov. 5, another cooperative effort of

the Chamber and the town will lead to a free cleanup day for municipal and green waste to celebrate the Transfer Station’s grand opening. Household waste and appliances and clean yard waste will be accepted free of charge for the entire day on a first come first served basis. The town has arranged for 10 roll-off containers, and no more trash will be accepted after they are full. No construction waste will be allowed on the free dump day. There is no limit on the amount of green waste you may bring, but it must be clean of any other form of waste. Rebuilding Superior one project at a time.  Be a part of it!  Call the Chamber of Commerce for more information and to find out how you can help, 520-689-0200.

Volunteers move tires collected in Superior to a collection bin. Hank Gutierrez | Submitted

Volunteers collected enough tires to fill a 40 cubic-yard bin supplied by the county. Todd Pryor | Submitted

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