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San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona

October 5, 2011

CAC Aravaipa Campus evacuated for bomb threat Administration, teachers and students at Central Arizona College’s Aravaipa Campus last

week got an unexpected break from the normal when a bomb threat was reported to Pinal County

Sheriff’s Office. According to Elias Johnson, Public Information Officer

for PCSO, a person described as a Hispanic male approximately 5’9” approached a construction

crew and said that he placed a bomb inside the building. He then walked away into the desert south

of the campus. Deputies searched the buildings but were unable to find anything suspicious.

was arrested in the 200 block of East Fourth Street, San Manuel, and was charged with aggravated assault, resisting arrest, criminal damage and disorderly conduct. She was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail in Florence. Sept. 17 Theft of a vehicle was rpeorted in the 39000 block of South Lago Del Oro Parkway, SaddleBrooke. Sept. 17 Theft of an iPod was reported in the area of East Mount Lemmon Highway, Oracle. Sept. 17 Burglary was reported in the 39000

block of South Mountain Shadow Drive, Eagle Crest. Miscellaneous items including a handgun were taken from a vehicle. Sept. 18 Theft was reported in the 400 block of South San Carlos Street, San Manuel. Sept. 18 Burglary was reported in the 600 block of South Tierra Verde Street, San Manuel. Sept. 20 A person in the 1000 block of East Timberline Way, Oracle, reported that her dog had been shot. Sept. 20 Theft of political signs was reported inthe 36000 block of

South Desert Sun Drive, SaddleBrooke. Sept. 20 Burglary was reported in the 400 block of South San Carlos Street, San Manuel. Sept. 20 Criminal mischief was reported in the 500 block of South Webb Drive, San Manuel. A vehicle drove by a house and several juveniles threw eggs at it. Sept. 20 Vicente Abraham Chavez, 34, Oracle, was arrested in the 1800 block of West American Avenue, Oracle, and was charged with threatening-intimidation and criminal damage. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Sept. 21 Theft of two iPods and a checkbook was reported in the 40000 block of South Mountain Shadow Drive, Eagle Crest. The items were taken from a vehicle that had its sun roof left open. Sept. 21 Assault was reported in the 500 block of South Tierra Verde Street, San Manuel. Sept. 21 Davina Marie Carbajal, 22, San Manuel, was arrested in the 100 block of Avenue A, San Manuel, and was charged with assault. She was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Sept. 21 Cory Saunders, 34, San Manuel, was arrested in the 300 block of Fourth Street, San Manuel, and was charged with four counts of aggravated harassment. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Sept. 22 Raymond John Mabuce, 46, San Manuel, was arrested in the area of Avenue G and Avenue A,

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. Sept. 16 Forgery and theft were reported in the 86000 block of East Los Molina Street, Mammoth. Sept. 16 Burglary was reported in the 1000 block

of West Walnut Street, Oracle. Sept. 16 Theft of miscellaneous items was reported in the 60000 block of East Eagle Heights Drive, Eagle Crest. A garage door was left open. Sept. 16 Burglary was reported in the 60000 block of East Broken Bit Place, Eagle Crest. A computer left in a vehicle was stolen.

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Sept. 16 Theft of several Disney DVDs was reported in the 40000 block of South Mountain Shadow Drive, Eagle Crest. The DVDs were inside an unlocked car. Sept. 16 Burglary from a vehicle was reported in the 40000 block of South Mountain Shadow Drive, Eagle Crest. Sept. 16 Criminal damage was reported in the 35000 block of South Mesa Ridge Drive, SaddleBrooke. A house was spray painted and the security lights damaged. Sept. 16 Cari D. Richards, 46, San Manuel,

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Guest Editorial Correcting the PCCEG ‘Town Hall’ on the Oracle Schools bond issue By Boyd Bosma The Pinal County Citizens for Excellence in Government held a “town meeting” at the Golder Ranch Fire Department Training Center on Monday, Aug. 29. The room was actually scheduled for the monthly meeting of the Eagle Crest homeowners group. This was announced as the first of four such meetings to be sponsored by PCCEG. The purpose of this paper is to provide a response to some of the more egregious statements by two of the PCCEG

leaders. These are actual recorded statements made by Fred MacKenzie, the PCCEG chairman, and by Ted Kennedy, a long-time conservative who runs a blog dedicated to the removal of Barack Obama as President in 2012, followed by my response. Fred MacKenzie: “Over 50% of the budget is for administrative costs. I’m not sure that’s the way it should be.” Response: “Misleading.” The Auditor General’s report actually identifies a

need that resulted from the actions of our reactionary state legislators, not something that schools should be blamed for. Our state has had education cuts virtually every year since 1990, when the Republicans took over the legislature. Since fixed expenses remain mostly the same, there’s less money for instruction. Oracle’s share is about midway for Pinal County school districts, all of which are suffering from the cuts. Another factor is rising gasoline costs, which are far worse than in most

Letter to the Editor: Addressing concerns about the upcoming bond election Editor, San Manuel Miner: This letter will address three concerns regarding the upcoming election for bonds for the Oracle School District: the cost of educating students, the management of district finances, and the costs that will be imposed on local taxpayers. Much of the information that has been distributed to the public by a local political action group is poorly informed, inaccurate or misleading. By way of full disclosure, I am a former member of the Oracle School Board and served as co-chair (along with one other resident from SaddleBrooke) of the Capital Improvement Committee which studied the district’s needs and recommended the list of replacements and upgrades to school property that the bonds are designed to address. None of those needs are frivolous, they address safety concerns, development of facilities to both improve instruction and reduce maintenance costs and needed upgrades to school transportation. Are Oracle’s per pupil

expenses too high? The average national cost per student per year is $10,441. If one excludes the costs of fixed expenses (such things as insurance, utilities and especially transportation) Oracle’s cost is about $6,200 per student. If one includes the total per pupil cost including fixed expenses, the figure is about $8,310. The Oracle district, while small in population, is very large geographically – one of the largest in Arizona. A consequence of this is that transportation costs for bussing students is a large part of the budget, much larger than an urban district such as schools in Phoenix or Tucson. Considered in this light, the district has done a remarkable job of managing funds. Despite claims by local political action groups, budget overrides are not proof that the district is mismanaged. The truth is that almost all districts in Arizona utilize overrides. The legislature provides enough funds for a very, very basic education; if a district wishes to provide such things as after-school

tutoring for students who need more instructional time and such extracurriculars as music and art, overrides are needed to pay for them. Moreover, budget overrides can, by law, be utilized only for instructional costs; they may not be used for capital upgrades. For the past several years, the state legislature has not funded the school facilities board. A result is that many school districts have had to ask voters to approve bonds to pay for necessary repairs and upgrades. Voters in neighboring Amphitheater school district recently approved bonds for this purpose; other school districts are doing the same. Voters in the Oracle Elementary School District currently pay one of the lowest tax rates in Arizona, less than half the school taxes that voters in next-door school district, Amphitheater, pay. Our school taxes are not too high; they are too low. We should do the responsible thing and adequately fund our schools /s/ Mike Carran

past years. Last year, over a fourth of the teachers resigned, preventing forced layoffs but increasing average elementary class size by more than a half, from 19 to 30. They haven’t had a raise

in three years. The figures came from Vince (Venden) Leach, who got his figures from an Auditor General report, which is the only thing you can say about it. The figures are meaningless without

understanding the impact of state actions. It’s another case of blaming the victim and this time trying to penalize children Fred MacKenzie: “Half See Bond, Page 19

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Mammoth Police Report The Mammoth Police Report is submitted by the department. 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. Sept. 11 A 911 hangup was investigated in the 100 block of Catalina.

The officer found everything to be secure. Sept. 11 Mammoth Police assisted with an animal call in the area of Jones and Short Street. The owner was contacted and the animals were secured. Sept. 11 Officers performed a civil standby. Sept. 11 A 911 hangup was investigated in the 100 block of Main Street. The officer found everything to be secure. Sept. 12 A 911 hangup was investigated in the 100 block of Clark Street. Everything was found to be secure.

Correction

In last week’s Miner (and the week before), one of the San Manuel Homecoming Attendant’s name was misspelled. (We thought we had it fixed last week, but apparently we just repeated the mistake). The Sophomore Attendant’s name is Iris Hill (not Hall). The Miner regrets the errors.

Sept. 12 A disturbance was reported in the 500 block of Crenshaw Avenue. Sept. 13 Aggressive dogs were reported int he 400 block of Main Street. The call was turned over to Pinal County Animal Control. Sept. 13 Mammoth Fire assisted a patient at the soccer field. The patient was transported to University Medical Center. Sept. 14 A possible intruder was reported to police. Sept. 14 A 911 hangup was investigated in 400 block of Main Street. Everything was found to be secure. Sept. 14 Officers responded to an open 911 line in the 100 block of Main Street. Everything was found to be secure. Sept. 15 Officers assisted with a civil standby in the 14000

block of Highway 77. Sept. 15 An agency assist was performed on Highway 77. Sept. 16 An open door was found in the 700 block of Highway 77. The owner was contacted and the business secured. Sept. 16 A property complaint was lodged in the 100 block of Second Street. The parties were issued a verbal warning. Sept. 16 A civil standby was performed in the 700 block of Tiger Drive without incident. Sept. 16 Possible theft was reported. Police found that nothing was taken. Sept. 17 An intoxicated person was reported walking on Highway 77. The person was fine and got a ride. Sept. 17 Fireworks were reported in the area of Galiuro Street. Officers were unable to locate the fireworks or the person

setting them off. Sept. 17 Mammoth Fire assisted a patient in the 700 block of Main Street. The patient was transported to Northwest Hospital. Sept. 25 Juveniles were reported throwing rocks in the 700 block of Old Highway 77. Sept. 25 A noise complaint was made in the 200 block of Chacanaca. The parties were verbally warned to keep it down. Sept. 25 Mammoth Fire assisted a patient in the 83000 block of Palomita. The patient was transported to Oro Valley Hospital. Sept. 25 Mammoth Police and Fire responded to a one-vehicle rollover accident on Camino Rio Road (behind the Dialysis Center). Patients were taken to Oro Valley Hospital and University Medical Center.

Sept. 27 An accident was reported on Highway 77. Both drivers were cited. Sept. 27 An officer responded to a civil issue. The report was turned over to another agency. Sept. 27 Mammoth Fire responded to a report of an electrified fence in the 200 block of Main Street. The report was turned over to Bureau of Indian Affairs. Sept. 28 An assault was reported to police, who investigated, but were unable to find the second party. Sept. 29 Officers attempted to locate a person who had fled from Hayden Police. Sept. 30 A possible assault was reported to police. Upon investigation, officers found everything to be fine. Oct. 1 Officers took a report of excess refuse.


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Letter to the Editor: Satellite channels still coming from Phoenix Editor, San Manuel Miner: A definitive answer for all the residents of S.E. Pinal County wanting to receive Tucson local TV channels from their satellite TV providers has been given by the FCC. They will not change their present designations corresponding to the Nielsen Designated Marketing Areas. All satellite TV providers must feed all Pinal County

residents Phoenix local channels in accordance with their licensing agreement with the FCC. The remedies they suggested were for “each consumer to contact their own satellite provider and pay for additional satellite services to receive local channels (referred to as distant signals) outside the designated area or subscribe to cable services and negotiate

with the cable provider to receive the preferred local channels” since cable providers do not have to adhere to the same rulings as satellite providers. A third recommendation is to revert to over-the-air antenna reception of local channels in addition to satellite TV coverage. This would possibly require some special equipment from the satellite provider or an electronics store to

blend the two receptions. A fourth suggestion would be to use one of the newer computers that receive TV channels via the internet, then connect the computer to the TV with audio and video cables. Unfortunately, each consumer is going to have to invent their own method of meeting their desired results. Some residents have already found their

own unique method of receiving Tucson channels. They may want to share their findings with their neighbors to save “reinventing the wheel” over and over. Many thanks to those who worked very hard in their communities on the petition drive, which netted over 1600 signatures, in an attempt to get our situation in S.E. Pinal changed. Also, thanks to Senator Jon

Kyl’s office, who obtained information for us and for delivering the petitions to the FCC and Rep. Paul Gosar’s office who interceded with the FCC on our behalf, but to no avail. It has brought many of us together as friends and that may be a blessing in itself. /s/ Marci Heath Chairman Committee to Divide Pinal County

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Life lessons are sometimes messy By Jennifer R. Carnes Why is it that humans have such a huge learning curve when it comes to parenting? I’ve been a mother for 12 years now and I still struggle with the concept. It has become more clear to me in the three weeks since out family expanded to include six puppies that still haven’t

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just automatically knows how to feed her babies. It’s been funny watching her interact with her babies. When they were first born, Penny would head into the whelping

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Miners fall to Benson By Frank Smith The San Manuel Miners varsity football team fell to 5 – 1 after a 0-8 loss to the Benson Bobcats last Friday night in Benson. The Miners entered the contest 5 – 0 while the Bobcats came in with a 1 – 4 record, the Bobcat record included some tough losses to some tough teams – their solo win had come against Tanque Verde 53 -21 in the first game of the season. Since then Benson had faced Willcox, Bisbee, Morenci and Arizona Lutheran Academy. The Miners had some what of an easier road facing two teams with no wins and three teams with 1 – 4 records thus hurting the Miners in the AIA Power Point Rankings. Nevertheless, the Miners knew they would have to stay focused as the Bobcats were hosting the Miners for Homecoming and were on the prowl for a win. San Manuel had posted scores of 59, 33, 48, 49, and 27 on their way to a 5 – 0 record, averaging 43 points per game but found it difficult to find the scoreboard in Benson as San Manuel was shut out for the first time this year. In the first quarter, the Miners had two drives – one from their own nine yard line and the other from their own 14. San Manuel punted both possessions away with Punter Josue Alvarez getting plenty of distance on both punts to keep the Bobcats at bay. The Miners defense did their job as they keep Benson from threatening on the three drives the Bobcats sustained – forcing punts on all three. In the second quarter, the See Miners, Page 7

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Continued from Page 6 Miners were pinned deep in their own territory at their own five yard line after a good Bobcat punt. San Manuel moved the ball out to the 31 yard line in nine plays to give them some breathing room for the punt. The Bobcats began their drive from the San Manuel 45 yard line after a short punt, the Miners defense went to work as Benson drove the ball down to the Miners eight yard line in five plays to face a third and five to go. On the next play for the Bobcats linebacker Daniel Perez and defensive end met at the quarterback for a sack on the quarterback for a one yard loss. On fourth down and six to go for the Bobcats at the San Manuel nine yard line, Perez blitzed forcing the quarterback to rush the throw for a incomplete pass in the end zone. The Miner would take over on downs at their own nine yard line to move the ball to the 22 yard line – running out the time in the half for a 0 – 0 half time score. In the third quarter, the Miners were forced to punt their second half – opening drive after five plays from their own 35. The Miners defense forced another punt after six plays from the Benson 45 yard line. Clark Montano returned the punt for the Miners catching it on the bounce at the Miner 37 yard line almost breaking free down the side line but was knocked out of bounds at the Benson 48 yard line. The Miners gained some momentum after the return, driving the ball down to the Bobcat 23 yard line in seven plays. Quarterback Marcos Sierra handed the ball off to running back Daniel Perez who fumbled the ball at the Benson 24 yard line – that was as close as the Miners would get to the red zone the rest of the night. See Miners, Page 8


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Continued from Page 7 The San Manuel defense forced a three and out for the punt but the Miners returned the favor also going three and out for the punt giving the ball back to the Bobcats for another series of punts for both teams. The only score of the

night came on the ensuing drive for the Bobcats as they drove down field from their own 27 yard line to the Miners 19 yard line in six plays capping off the drive with the Benson quarterback keeping the ball and running it up the middle of the field for the touchdown run. The two point conversion play was good for an 8 – 0 lead

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with 7:42 left in the fourth quarter. On the kick off, Jared Gonzales returned the kick to the from the 28 yard line to the Benson 46 yard line where on the first play of the drive Sierra fumbled the ball on the quarterback keeper. The Bobcats started out the drive at their own 42 yard line, driving down to the Miners 39 yard line were they were forced to punt after seven plays on the drive. San Manuel got the ball back with 1:26 seconds left in the game; they would begin the drive from their own 21 yard line. The first play was a seven yard pass to wide receiver Clark Montano to bring up a second and three for the first. Sierra keep the ball for a no gain on the next play, the next two plays went incomplete as the Miners gave the ball back to the Bobcats on downs at the San Manuel 27 where Benson would take a knee and the 8 – 0 win. The Miners totaled 139 yards in offense with 105 yards on the ground and 34 yards in the air. On the ground, John Ruiz had 24 yards on seven carries; Vinnie Valdez had 23 yards on seven carries,

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Anthony Garcia (55), Daniel Quijada (51) and Jonathon Croci (88) pressure on the Bobcat quarterback. (Frank Smith photo) Jared Gonzales had 18 yards on six carries, Daniel Perez had 30 yards on nine carries; and Marcos Sierra had 10 yards on five carries. In the air, Marcos Sierra went 5 - 11 for 34 yards. On the receiving end Andre Sierra had three receptions for 17 yards and Clark Montano had two receptions for 17 yards. Defensively, Daniel Perez had 16 tackles and Fernando Torres had 14 tackles. “The whole team played extremely had for all four quarters. It was a hard fought game that came down to turnovers, and

we lost that battle. There were still a lot of positives to take out of the game, especially defensively,” Coach Steve Elmore said. “I am very proud of how the team fought and never gave up. We need to work that much harder now to keep our season going in the right direction and the entire team knows they have to bring their game up to the next level.” The loss drops the Miners to a #10 power ranking in Division V and a number four ranking in section III. The Miners will travel to Globe on Friday to take on the Tigers at 7 p.m. The Tigers have a 2 – 3 record.


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Miner Swimmers swim well at home dual meet and at Speedo Classic Invitational The Miner Swimmers hosted a dual meet on Wednesday, Sept. 28, against Coolidge High School. The Meet was held in the 50 meter direction (Olympic Length) of the San Manuel Pool to satisfy water depth standards at the starting end for High School Swimming. For many swimmers this was the first time competing in an Olympic length course. The boys easily won the meet 87 - 49 by winning nine of the 11 events. Even though Coolidge has some quality swimmers, Miner boys were able to win all three relays, something they were unable to do in the past meet against Coolidge. Two Miner swimmers led the charge by winning both individual events. John Bribiescas continued his winning ways in the distance freestyle events by winning the 200 and 500 Freestyle.

Wayne Newman easily won the 200 Individual Medley (IM) and 100 Breaststroke. Martin Seballos edged out teammate Colten Smith to win the 50 Freestyle. PJ Mortensen led the Miner one-two finish with teammate Jordan Peasley in the 100 Freestyle. The Girls lost the meet 50-105 against a much larger team. Amara Apuron was the only Miner Girl to win an individual race at the meet. Apuron won both the 200 IM and the 100 Backstroke. The Girls 400 Freestyle Relay of Apuron, Austin, Garcia and Sanchez beat the Coolidge team, once again ending the meet on a positive note for the Miners. The coaches of the fledgling Miner Swim team (2010 was the first year for Swimming at San Manuel High School) decided it was time for

swimmers to expand their horizons and attend a large swim meet where

they would compete against the best in the state.

On Saturday, Oct. 1, Miner swimmers participated at the Speedo Classic Invitational held at the University of Arizona Hillenbrand Aquatic Center. During the meet, 978 swimmers from 35 schools competed at one of the best venues in the state for a swim meet and had the opportunity to qualify for the State Championship Meet. Miner swimmers

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Conservation initiative proposed for San Pedro By John Hernandez The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is exploring the possibility of forming a collaborative conservation and management initiative in the lower San Pedro River. The area along the San

Pedro River that would be managed extends from Winkelman south to an area approximately 15 miles past Cascabel. A two mile strip on both sides of the river would be in the managed area. A public meeting was

held at the Aravaipa campus of Central Arizona College Thursday, Sept. 22. Many of the ranchers, farmers, and other landowners on the San Pedro River between Winkelman and Redington attended. Local conservationists were in attendance also. They listened to a few speakers talk about the proposed

initiative and were allowed to ask questions and voice their opinions. The majority of ranchers that spoke seemed to be against the idea of the initiative. Andy Smallhouse of the Carlink Ranch received a round of applause when he spoke about government agencies and conservationists putting

more regulations on the rancher, making it harder to do everyday business which takes time away from managing the land. The San Pedro River is the last major free flowing undammed river in the southwest United States. It has major ecological importance as over 300 migratory bird species and 100 nesting species use

the river as their habitat. More than two thirds of the aviary diversity can be seen along the river during the year. It is abundant with animal life including 80 species of mammals and 65 species of amphibians and reptiles. The Fish and Wildlife Service will continue to hold public meetings concerning the initiative.

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Copper Town Days set for this weekend By John Hernandez San Manuel was built as a company town for Magma Copper Company in 1953. Mine workers from all over the world came to work in the thriving copper mine, mill and smelter. My family arrived in San Manuel in 1956. Looking back it was a great place to grow up.

It is hard to believe that the smokestacks that were once a landmark are now gone. You could see them from miles away coming down the hill from Oracle or up the hill from Mammoth. They let you know you were getting close to home. The Magma Mine was once the largest

underground copper mine in the world but those days are gone. Mother Magma is no more. We will miss her but not forget what this town meant to the many of us that grew up here or worked at the mine. On Saturday October 8, the Copper Town Association is hosting

the Second Annual Copper Town Days. It is a time for anyone and everyone that ever lived in San Manuel, worked for the companies (Magma and BHP), or was a part of the TriCommunity to come together share their memories and feelings about San Manuel. The public is also invited

to come and meet the people from this small copper town. Copper Town Days will have a car show, youth soccer tournament, vendors, food and drink and live entertainment. Performers include Mariachi Luz, Desert Boyz and Haywire. There will also be

Uptown Fights at San Manuel High School. Events begin at noon but at 8 a.m. there will be a free pancake breakfast with Sheriff Paul Babeu. Sit down and chat with the Sheriff. Copper Town Days should be a great day of fun and getting together with old and new friends.

Got your kicking shoes ready, kids? Soccer Challenge is Saturday age category will receive a Champion certificate and a plaque. Najera stressed that all participants must have a signed parent permission slip, which will be available at the competition. All boys and girls, ages 10 to 14, are invited to compete in the Knights of Columbus Soccer Challenge during the Community Schools soccer tournament on Saturday, October 8 at the San Manuel softball/soccer fields, starting at 9 a.m. “The Knights of Columbus sponsor youth and family activities to strengthen our community,” Soccer Challenge chairman Daniel Najera said. “We really appreciate the help and support of Community Schools Director Larry Ramirez,” he added. The Knights of Columbus recently sponsored a Family Swim Night and softball tournament to benefit youth activities, including donations to the little league, according to Najera. All participants at the Soccer Challenge will receive a certificate and the top boy and girl in each

Welcome everyone! Have a great time!

“Boys and girls don’t have to be on a soccer team to be in the Soccer Challenge, but those who are in the soccer tournament this Saturday can come and kick penalty shots between their games,” Najera said.

“Others can come by the tent any time between 9 a.m. and noon to sign up,” he added. A goal is set up with targets worth 5, 10 and 20 points. Players get three practice kicks, followed by 15 penalty

shots from a 12 yard line for the highest score by girls in each age group and boys in each age group. Ties are broken by kicking three times from 15, then 18 and 21 yards, if necessary Najera explained.

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Drawings throughout the day beginning at 1 PM for $50 gift cards. Pick up your free raffle ticket at the Copper Town Association table when you sign the visitors’ log. 50/50 cash drawing @ 6:30 PM. Tickets are $2 each or three for $5.


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Old school, cars and more: Lopez By John Hernandez Lopez Custom, located in the old Ritchfield Gas Station in Dudleyville, has been in business for over 25 years. I Ruben Lopez, owner of Lopez Custom, started out painting bikes as a kid. He then started helping his cousin Art Lopez who did auto body and paint work. He continued to learn and as he got older began working on and restoring

vintage automobiles. He did it as a hobby and got so good at it, he decided to go into business. He also entered his vehicles in car shows and started winning. He entered the shows to meet other car enthusiasts and help solicit business. Along the way he started collecting old toy pedal cars and even restored some of them. In the early 1980s, Ruben went to an

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antique show in Pomona, California. While there he saw some old gas station and advertising signs as well as a few old Coca Cola vending machines that he liked. He then began collecting these items as well as other antiques. When you approach Lopez Custom, you will see a bunch of what appears to be old rusted junk car bodies and parts but when you see some of the finished restored cars Ruben has worked on, you realize that what Ruben sees is probably a diamond in the rough. There are lots of antique toys, bicycles, signs and Bryan Plumb adds detail work to a 1950 Pontiac Chieftan. (John Hernandez photo) Most offices are independently owned and operated

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other items hanging from the ceiling and walls or tucked away in corners in and outside the shop. There are some vintage coke machines and a Chevron gas pump that once were a part of the history of the ghost town of Sonora. In the upholstery shop he

has a chair made out of the rear end of a 1954 Chevy that was beat up and totally rusted. In the yard there is a huge toy bi-plane that was built at Central Arizona College. The school was going to throw it away when Ruben salvaged it. He plans on painting

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Custom is ready to restore it like the Red Baron’s plane and maybe putting Snoopy in the pilot’s seat and hanging the plane as a large sign. At Lopez Custom, Ruben does complete

restoration, custom interiors, custom paint jobs and air brush painting. Ruben says he does “old school” upholstery, tuck and roll, diamond tuck, etc.

A friend of his, Bryan Plumb owner of Coolidge Custom Pin Striping and Murals comes to Dudleyville and does detailed painting on vehicles for Ruben. In the mixing bay of his shop, he has Matrix and Martin-Senour paints and products. He can mix and match any colors. Besides winning numerous car shows, some of the vehicles Ruben has restored or done work on has appeared in magazines along with articles about Ruben such as Low Rider, Motor News and Hemming’s Rods & Performance. In the article and picture in Hemming’s magazine, he did the custom paint job for a 1927 Model T. The vehicle was owned by Jon Smith of Oracle. The oldest vehicle that

1957 Chevy Bel Air Ruben has restored is a 1928 Model A Ford Roadster truck. The truck is owned by Jake Jacobsen, President of See Lopez, Page 14

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which open electrically. It also has a car cooler. Continued from Page 13 The cooler is a window mounted evaporative cooler that was popular Copper Basin Railway. Jake is also Ruben’s boss. from the 1930s to the early 1960s in the Ruben has worked for southwest. Copper Basin Railway Ruben has a 1957 for seven years. Ruben Chevy Bel Air 2 door says his custom auto hard top which belongs to business is a part time his nine year old daughter hobby. Cassandra. It will be her At the shop, Ruben has first vehicle when she a 1950 Pontiac Chieftain turns 16. The 57 Chevy with “suicide doors”

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1938 Buick (diamond in the rough?) was Ruben’s brother Jerry Lopez’s first car. Jerry also restores old vehicles and owns “Miami’s Finest Custom Auto” in Miami, Arizona. In fact working on cars seems to run in the family. Besides learning from his cousin Art, his

cousin’s son teaches auto painting at Central Arizona College in Aravaipa. Ruben’s sister also does upholstery work. In addition to custom auto work, Ruben says he can do metal toy and antique restoration. He can even make you one of those automobile chairs. He will be making a chair out of a 1957 Chevy pickup bed. You can tell Ruben loves working on the old school cars and collecting antiques by the way he talks about them. Ruben said that one of the things he likes about restoring cars is “seeing the smiles on people’s faces when they leave.” Lopez Custom is located at 5558 North Dudleyville Road. You can contact Ruben at (520) 444-8521. And keep an eye out at this weekend’s Copper Town Days Car Show in San Manuel. You might just see one of Ruben’s restorations on display.

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Former Superior mayor speaks to San Manuel committee By John Hernandez The former Mayor of Superior and lifelong Arizona resident Roy Chavez spoke at the Village Town Council steering committee meeting held Thursday, Sept. 29, at the San Manuel Fire Station. Chavez spoke about where Superior has been

and where they are now. He talked about how Superior adapted after the Magma Mine shut down and the issues and problems they had while incorporating. He pointed out how San Manuel is going through some of the same things Superior has. “It took a long time for the town to accept that

our destiny was in our hands,” he said, explaining that people held on to the attitude that “when the mine opens again, we will be all right.” Chavez told the audience that they need to put their minds and efforts together to find a solution to sustainability for San Manuel.

He suggested incorporating. “If you incorporate,” he said, “you have more muscle.” He pointed out that the people of San Manuel have three choices. Either incorporate, pursue the Village Town Council idea or do nothing and take the chance that the town

will continue to decline in population. Chavez talked about San Manuel already having a good infrastructure. There are schools, a medical center, empty buildings that can be used for businesses or offices, and a fire department. The people of San Manuel, he suggested,

should look at drawing light industry from Tucson for jobs. “The concept and vision have to come from you,” he said. The next meeting of the steering committee is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 13, at 6:30 p.m. at the San Manuel High School cafeteria.

Miner Cross Country hits the trails at Pusch Ridge and in Globe By Frank Smith The San Manuel High School Cross Country

team hit the trails in Oro Valley at Pusch Ridge Invitational on

Sept. 21 with the boys team finishing with an impressive fourth place finish. For the girls team, Victoria Madrid placed

23rd with a time of 31:22. For the boys team, Nathaniel Lopez placed seventh with a time of 19:50; Carlos Duarte placed 16th with a time

of 21:49; Jared Gonzalez placed 23rd with a time of 23:05; Breyden Main placed 27th with a time of 23:56; Roberto Lee placed 30th with a time of 24:41;

Gary Maestas placed 36th with a time of 26:18; and Marco Salas placed 37th with a time of 26:20. See XC, Page 17

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The Miner Cross Country team recently participated at the Pusch Ridge XC meet in Tucson.The team scored medals as well as neat door prizes. (Submitted photo)

Library Lines: News from the Mammoth Public Library By Diana Stirling It’s finally October and the cooler nights are a welcome relief. Come by the library and enjoy a book or a chat at one of our outdoor tables under the shade of an umbrella. Better yet, come on inside and see what’s happening. This month the Fun Van visits Mammoth Public Library on Tuesdays from noon until 2 p.m. Preschoolers (ages birth to 5) will enjoy stories and games while making important cognitive connections. The program is free. No reservation is required; just show up. The library will be closed from Thursday, October 13, through Friday, October 21. Be sure to stock up on movies and books ahead of time. We will re-open on Saturday, October 22. Mark your calendar for Saturday, October 29, when we’ll be hosting our Fall Festival! Join us from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for autumn games and crafts. We’ll have activities indoors and out. Please bring a cake or other baked goodies for our cake walk. We hope to see you there! For more information about these or any of our programs, contact us at 520-487-2026 or come by the library, 125 Clark Street (in the basement of Town Hall) in Mammoth.

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Evening Service 6 p.m. Wednesday 7 p.m. Thursday Royal Rangers 5 p.m. Pastor Jack Siddle, Jr. Residence 896-2507

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201 E. Kino & Catalina/POB 692 We offer Help, Healing & Hope Sunday School.......9:45 a.m. Worship Service........11 a.m. Group Bible Study.......6 p.m. Wednesday..................6 p.m. Magnify–Youth Adults–Verse By Verse Study MAGNET NITE 2nd & 4th Fridays 4-9:30 p,m. Pastor Robert L. Koch 487-2219

Living Word Chapel 3941 W. Hwy. 77, Oracle 896-2771 • 896-9020

Sunday: First Service 9:00 a.m. Fellowship Time 10:30-11:00a.m. Second Service 11 a.m. Children & Youth classes available for both services

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First Southern Baptist Church

Short & Jones Street, Mammoth Interim Pastor Frank Ogden • 487-2488

Sunday: Sunday School Worship Evening Service Wednesday:

Oracle Union Church

First Baptist Church American Way, Oracle 520-808-3171 Pastor Ray Lott

Sunday: School 9:30 a.m. Fellowship 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Free food distribution 2nd Tuesday, 11 a.m.

Full Gospel Church of God

301 E. Webb Dr., San Manuel 520-385-1250 or 520-385-5017 Pastors Michael & Bea Lucero Sr.

Sunday: School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. No Evening Service Wednesday 6 p.m.

Teen Group 3rd Friday of every month 6 p.m.

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First Baptist Church The Potter’s House

103 W. Galiuro, Mammoth, 487-2120 American Ave., Oracle • 896-2544 Near Mt. Lemmon Turnoff Sunday: “A community church for a world community.”

Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Pastor: Dr. Ed Nelson

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Oracle Church of Christ

2425 El Paseo 896-2452 896-2067 Sunday Bible Study • 10 am Worship • 11 am

Community Presbyterian Church

McNab & First Ave., San Manuel 385-2341 Sunday: Adult Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. 4th Sunday of the month: Joyful Music Celebration 4 p.m. with potluck to follow.

Pastor: Rev. Jeff Dixon

First Baptist Church 1st & Nichols, San Manuel, 385-4655

Sunday: Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Discipleship 5 p.m. Worship 6 p.m. Wednesday: Prayer Meeting 6 p.m. Amos Coffey, Interim Pastor

Church of Christ 99 Nichols, San Manuel

Sunday: 10 a.m., 11 a.m., & 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m.

212 Main Street, Mammoth 385-4153 Pastor Mario Sanchez Jr.

Sunday: Sunday School 10 - 10:45 a.m Morning Service 11 a.m. Evening Service 7 p.m. Wednesday: Mid-Week Service 7 p.m.

Oracle Seventh-Day Adventist Church 2150 Hwy. 77, Oracle

Saturday: Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. Pastor John Roybal

Assembly of God Main St., SM (across from the pool) Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Service 10:45 a.m. Sunday Night Service 6 p.m. Wednesday Night Service 6 p.m. Wednesday Children’s Study 6 p.m. Pastor Clarence Horn, 385-4353 All are welcome to hear God’s Word. Hope to see you.

To be included in the weekly church listing, call the San Manuel Miner 385-2266.


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Oracle Inn celebrates Oktoberfest By John Hernandez It’s that time again – time to dig out the liederhosen and find some good old fashioned Polka music! Yes, it’s Oktoberfest at the Oracle Inn! The Oracle Inn Steakhouse kicked off Octoberfest this past weekend with their excellent German fare and entertainment. On Sunday, the Old German Band (Alt Deutsche Band) performed

their authentic German and European music which included polkas and the waltz. Joining them for the first time was the lovely ladies’ dance troupe, the Desert Stars. During the month of October the Oracle Inn will have in addition to their regular menu, they will offer their German menu twice this month. German food will be available next on October 7, 8 and 9. Their German menu

offers sauerbrauten, apple sauerkraut spareribs, wienersnitzel pork or veal, currywurst and beer bratwurst. Along with your main course you can select two sides from potato dumplings, spaetzle, red cabbage, sauerkraut or cucumber salad. German desserts are available. There is also a variety of German beer and wine for your drinking and dining pleasure. Schönes Wochenende!

Junior High Miners take first loss of the season By Frank Smith The San Manuel Junior High School football team carried an undefeated record of 3 – 0 going into the game against the Pusch Ridge Lions on Sept. 30.The Lions carried an undefeated record also, posting a record of 4 – 0. Someone was going to have to win and someone was going to have to lose… well when all was said and done the Miners took their first loss of the season 6-20 in the hands of the Lions to drop to 3 – 1. The Lions took the ball in for a touchdown in their opening drive with an 11 yard pass into the end zone. The two point conversion play was stopped by Armando Lopez for the Miners, to hold the Lions to a 6 – 0 lead with 1:52 left in the first quarter. The Lions drove 70 yards in eight plays taking nearly the entire first quarter on possession time with 6:01 on the drive. The Lions were not done scoring as they scored again on their next possession after a Miner punt. The Lions lined up at their own 36 yard line and tossed a swing pass to a Lion receiver Aaron Tvrdy for a 64 yard catch and run for the touchdown on the first play of the drive. The two point conversion was good for 14 – 0 lead with 7:28 in the second quarter. San Manuel began the drive at their own 40 yard line but fumbled the ball on the pitch

five plays later giving the ball back to Pusch Ridge at the Miners 45 yard line. The Lions would score once more before the half. Pusch Ridge drove down to the San Manuel 11 yard line in four plays-capping off the drive with an 11 yard pass into the end zone. The two point conversion play was stopped by Isidro Wasko for a 0-20 Lions lead with 1:29 left in the half. On the ensuing kick off, the Miners seemed to find a groove as quarterback Frank Renteria aired out a pass to wide receiver Isidro Wasko down to the Lions 40 yard line for the first down. Renteria then dropped back and hit tight end Kyle Yonkin for a gain of 10 yards to the 30 yard line. Renteria then hit running back Stephen Faulstitch with a swing pass for a four yard pick up. The Miners were now at the Lions 26 yard line but were running out of time. Renteria dropped back again throwing a pass down field that was intercepted at the eight yard line. The Lions took the ball and a knee to run out the first half going into the locker room with a 0-20 lead. In the second half, the Miners defense began to impose their will on the Lions offense and held them scoreless – forcing a fumble late in the fourth quarter that would lead to the Miners only score of the night. The Miners lined up at the

Pusch Ridge 49 yard line with 4:50 left on the clock. Faulstitch got the first call picking up four yards on the carry. The Miners were called for a motion penalty moving the ball back five yards. Faulstitch got the call again picking up nine yards for a three and three to go. Faulstitch then picked up three yards and the first down. On first on 10, Renteria’s pass went incomplete. Wasko picked up eight yards on the next play on the end around placing the ball at the Lions 31 yard line. On the next play of the drive, Renteria unleashed a pass to wide receiver Armano Lopez down to the Lions four yard line. With the Miners lined up at the four yard line, Faulstitch got the ball for a no gain as the Lions were ready for him. On second down and goal, Lopez lined up at the full back position and took the quick hand off from Renteria for the four yard touchdown run. The two point conversion by Faulstitch was stopped for a 6 – 20 score with :52 left in the game. The Miners went for the onside kick but the Lions recovered the ball and took a knee to run out the game clock – taking the victory 6-20. The Miners headed up the hill to Oracle to take on the Mountain Vista Cougars on Tuesday and will return home on Oct. 11 to host Eloy with a 6 p.m. kick-off.

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Lions Quail Hunter’s Breakfast a tasty treat shared by few The Lions Club Quail Hunter’s Breakfast did not do as well as hoped in raising funds for the community. “We had a poor turnout for breakfast this year; barely broke even! I hope!” said Lion Donnie Wright. “We only prepared 156 breakfasts and 80 bowls of Menudo!” he continued. Poor turn outs for such events mean bad news for the Tri-Community, especially as we near the holidays, when many families who are struggling financially look forward to receiving a Thanksgiving and/or Christmas basket, that means the difference between having enough for the month and sharing a little joy with the family, or going to bed hungry on the days when most are feasting. Your local Lions and volunteers are working toward helping such families make it through the holidays

and having a little something to share with their children, but, while they can put in the hard work of gathering the food, setting up tables and making the breakfasts, they can’t afford to pay for all those baskets on their own. Next time you pick up a newspaper, please check for local Lions events, as attending them is a great way to have fun while helping others; and, like with the Quail Hunter’s Breakfast, there are usually prizes to win. This time around, the grand prize was $200, won by Rick Guitard; in addition a cash prize of $100 was won by Monica Hughy; Larry Ramirez won a haircut from Linda’s Barber Shop; a $45 gift certificate for Dr. John Huntington was won by Henry Vargas Jr. There were also many fine prizes from local restaurants. Larry Sanchez won dinner

for two from La Casita; a $10 gift certificate from the very tasty Las Michoacanas Restaurant in Mammoth was won by Oracle resident, Erica Nelson and another was won by Dudi Castillo from San Manuel; dinner for two from Casa Rivera were won by Monica Hughy; and both Larry Ramirez and Robert Castillo won gift certificates from Romo’s Restaurant. “Congratulations to all winners and those that help support the San Manuel-Oracle Lions. Thanks to the volunteers Pat Carmarena,Bernadette Carmarena, Kimberly Wright, Dee Reidhead, Louie Chavez, Jessie Starks and Chelsea Starks and the Leos & Lions.” says Donnie Wright. To discover what new events the San ManuelOracle Lions are planning, contact your local Lions Club or keep an eye on the news.

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For the girls, Emmy Lou Clark placed 19th and Maritza Estrada placed 20th. In the boys competition, Nathaniel Lopez placed sixth; Jared Gonzalez placed 10th; Carlos Duarte placed 16th; Breyden Main

placed 18th; Marco Salas placed 22nd; and Roberto Lee placed 30th. The Miners will take the trip down to Willcox today with a 3 p.m. start time as the trail blazers will compete in the Willcox Invitational.

Continued from Page 15 On Sept. 28, the Miners headed up to the high country –taking to the trails in Globe competing against host Globe, Coolidge and San Carlos.

San Manuel High School students help celebrate Banned Book Week. (Submitted photo)


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San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona

The Tri-Community

October 5, 2011

Que Pasa

Submissions Due the FRIDAY Before Wednesday Publication • Fresh local produce is coming into the San Manuel Open Market to help fill the gap of Gordon’s Market closing. Come early for best selection. 8 a.m. to noon, Saturday morning at 801 McNab Parkway, San Manuel. Lots of food, crafts and other items for sale. Vendors pay only $5 for space. Call 520-2122244 for more information. • The Safe Journey House is open and running. It provides help and support for victims of domestic violence. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Emergency help is available after hours by calling 520385-4970 or toll free 1-855-385-4970. The house is located at 212 East Fifth Street, San Manuel. • Volunteer advocates are needed for victims of domestic abuse. Requires 40 hours of training, which will be held Oct. 3-7 free for volunteers. Please call 520-385-4970 for more information. • Bountiful baskets is coming to San Manuel every other Saturday. The next delivery day is Oct. 15. To participate in the program, you must register online at www.bountifulbaskets.org to make a monetary contribution toward the pools used to purchase the produce. Contributions can be made starting at noon on Monday until Tuesday at 10 p.m. prior to Saturday pickup. The distribution site is new, now at the Elks Lodge Breezeway in San Manuel. If you have any questions, please contact San Manuel Volunteer Site Coordinators Mary Jane at (520) 301-6664 or Alicia at 385-4575. • Saturdays, 8-11 a.m., Margaret’s Garden Market at Guyton’s Store. With the market this week, starts the new winter hours, 9 to 12 both here in Oracle as well as at the 77 Marketplace in Catalina. To accommodate recent requests, other vendors who have similar produce and baked goods along with holiday gift items, crafts and arts of interest are invited to participate. The big feature this week is Andy Smallhouse’s big beautiful pumpkins along with local raw honey, jams and jellies, Ginger’s wonderful salsa, artisan and sweet breads, Toni’s crocheted winter hats, organic tomatoes and a few summer veggies. For information on having a table write to m.guyton@msn.com or call 520-7305019. • Save Journey House needs caring, compassionate women for buddies against domestic abuse. Call Carol at 385-4970. • Friday, Oct. 7, 8 a.m., OWN, Oracle Women’s Network, invites local businesswomen to join them every month for a breakfast meeting in Oracle. October’s meeting will be held at the Sonoran B&B at 8 a.m. For reservations or more information, please email oraclewomensnetwork@gmail.com. • Saturday, Oct. 8, The Pinal County 4-H Clover Ride will be held starting with registration at the Pinal County 4-H Office, 820 East Cottonwood Lane, Casa Grande. The ride begins at 10 a.m. with lunch at noon at the Boyce Thompson Arboretum in Superior. For further information on registration, please contact the Pinal County 4-H Office at 866-836-5221. • Saturday, Oct. 8, 9 a.m., All boys and girls ages 10-14 are invited to the Knights of Columbus Soccer Challenge at the San Manuel Softball Fields from 9 a.m. to noon. Certificates and plaques will be awarded. Kickers do not have to be on a soccer team. • Saturday, Oct. 8, 9-10:30 a.m. We the People will meet at the Oracle Courthouse. Jim Montano will share information he received at the GOP banquet in Phoenix this month. Fred MacKenzie will give more information about the Phoenix Mall being build in Casa Grande by China. For more information, please call 896-2516. • Saturday, Oct. 8, 8-11 a.m. The Mammoth Christian Youth Center will have a pancake breakfast. Come enjoy pancakes, eggs and ham for $5 a plate. The center is located at 610 Old Highway 77, Mammoth. Proceeds will go to help send kids to winter camp. Call 487-2157 or 975-2653. • Copper Town Days celebration will be held uptown San Manuel. There will be a car show from 8 a.m. to noon. There will be a jumping castle, soccer tourney, vendors and live entertainment. There will be a free pancake breakfast from 8-9 a.m. Information vans on the copper industry will be parked on site. There will be drawing for gifts as well as a Split the Pot 50-50 cash drawing. Don’t miss the fun. • Saturday, Oct. 15, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Friend, Family and Neighbor Caregivers Outreach Assistance Project will be hosting CPR and First Aid Training, a basic overview of CPR and First Aid Training, for the Copper Corridor area. Participants will receive a certification card good for two years. You must attend the training all day in order to receive certification. Interested? You may RSVP by visiting http://tinyurl.com/CopperCorridorRSVP. Please pass this information along to others who may be interested, as well. At least five participants must be registered for the training to be held. Childcare is available for FFN-COAP participants with five days advance notice.

• Monday, Oct. 24, 6:30-8 p.m. the Oracle Community Center will host a Halloween party and general membership potluck. Bring a small dish of your favorite treat to share. The center will provide beverages. Bring your family, friends and neighbors to meet the Oracle Community Center Board of Directors. There will be drawings for a free Monday lunch, free membership and a mystery door prize. For more information, please call Charlotte Poole at 520-850-4641 or email charpoole@q.com. • Saturday, Oct. 22, 10 a.m. there will be a benefit basketball tournament for Olga Duarte. The tourney starts at 10 a.m. and finishes when the final game is over. It will be held at the Mammoth Elementary gym. Cost is $10 per person and teams must have a minimum of six players (maximum of 10). The tourney will be played with double elimination. Deadline to sign up is Oct. 20. Any questions should be directed to Jennifer Duarte at 385-1118 or Carlos Duarte at (520) 8586562. Concessions will be available. • Saturday, Oct. 22, 6-9 p.m., The Family First Pregnancy Care Center will have a fundraiser. Come enjoy a BBQ meal and good old fashioned auction. For more information and cost for tickets, please call 896-9545. • Saturday, Oct. 29, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Oracle Public Library will have its Fall Book Sale. From 2-3 p.m. fill up one of the library’s generous-sized bags with all the books you can fit and pay just $2 a bag! • Saturday, Nov. 5, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., SaddleBrooke Fall Art and Craft Fair will be held at the MountainView Clubhouse. There will be more than 100 vendors. The event is entirely indoors and there is plenty of parking. Food will be sold. • Saturday, Nov. 12, 6 p.m. to midnight, Hayden High School Class of 1981 will have its 30 year class reunion at the Hayden Golf Club. Contact Priscilla Blancarte Expinoza at 602-818-4013 or Margie Silva Contreras at margaret62136@yahoo. com for more information. • Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Join San Manuel’s Walking and Exercise Group. Healthy living doesn’t happen at the doctor’s office – exercise. From 8-9:30 a.m. at Gardner Middle School’s gym. Sponsors ask for a $1 donation to help with the utility costs. • Bridge is played at the Oracle Community Center Tuesdays from 12:304 p.m. Call Ethel Amator at 896-2197 or Mary McClure at 896-2604 for more information. • Canasta is played at the Oracle Community Center on Mondays from 9 to noon, and Bingo from 1 to 2 p.m. • Game Day at the Oracle Community Center is on Thursdays from 9 a.m. to noon. Come and play Scrabble or chess. • Monday lunches at the Oracle Community Center are at noon. Each Monday a volunteer brings the main dish and others bring side dishes. Fee is $4 for members and $5 for guests. • Oracle Community Center membership cards are available at the center’s Monday lunch. • Oracle Community Center sewing and knitting. January and February, Viola Pogany is teaching knitting Wednesdays from 1:30-3:30 p.m. A supply list is offered or bring your own yarn and needles. Call Susie Cochran for more information at 896-2935. • Second and Fourth Fridays of the Month, 10:30 a.m., San Manuel Library Toddler Story Time. The San Manuel Public Library will begin hold story time for toddlers on the second and fourth Friday of each month at 10:30 -11:00 a.m. There will be stories, song and fingerplays. No registration is required for the free program.

Clubs & Meetings

• UTILITY PAYMENTS Residents from the Tri-community area who qualify for assistance with utility payments through the Salvation Army or Pinal County United Way should now contact the Tri-Community Food Bank at 108 Redwood Dr., Mammoth. Assistance is limited to once every twelve months. Bring in your last 2 months overdue bills. The phone number is 520-487-2010. The Food Bank is open on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. • SAN MANUEL SENIOR CENTER SCHEDULE Bridge is played on Mondays. Refresher session at 11:45 a.m. Games start at 12:30 p.m. Canasta is played at 1 p.m. on Wednesdays. Everyone is welcome. Board meetings are held the 1st Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. A potluck is held the 2nd Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. Bring a dish to share, your service, and fee is $1 for Center utilities. Red Hats business meeting is held the 1st Friday of the month at 1 p.m. Stamping is held the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month at 9 a.m.

• Monday (Every Monday) 11:45 AM, BRIDGE AT THE SAN MANUEL SENIOR CENTER Bridge is back! There will be an indoctrination and refresher session from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Bridge games will begin at 12:30. There will be pass outs to help you learn the rules and counting in Contract Bridge. • Tuesday (1st Tuesday of the Month), 10 a.m., COPPER TOWN ASSOCIATION The Copper Town Association meets the first Tuesday of every month at 10 a.m. at the Sun Life Family Health Center Conference Room, San Manuel. • Tuesday (2nd Tuesday of the Month), 6:30 PM, MAMMOTH SAN MANUEL SCHOOL BOARD The MSM School Board meets the second Tuesday each Month at the MSM District office. Please contact the District office at 385- 2337 for more information. • Tuesday (2nd Tuesday of the month), 6:00 PM, TRI-COMMUNITY AND RANCHO SAN MANUEL MOBILE HOME PARK NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH The 2nd Tuesday of every month will be the neighborhood watch meeting and Neighborhood Meth Block Watch meeting for residents of San Manuel, Mammoth, and Oracle at 6 p.m. at the Adelante Juntos Coalition office at 101 Avenue B, San Manuel. Everyone is welcome to attend. Call 385-4007 with any questions. • EVERY WEDNESDAY, NOON ROTARY MEETING. at the Sun Life Family Health Conference Room. • Wednesday (1st Wednesday of the Month), 3:00 PM, TRIAD & AMBASSADOR PROGRAM MEETINGS The Oracle Fire Department hosts TRIAD and AMBASSADOR program meetings the first Wednesday of each month. For more information call Karen Lombardi at 896-9470. • Wednesday (1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month) ALZHEIMERS EDUCATIONAL MEETING. Meeting will be held at St. Helen’s Church, 10-11:30 AM. For more information, contact Kay Ham 385-2835. • Wednesday (2nd Wednesday of the month) AMERICAN LEGION MEETING American Legion Francis M. Bunch Post 48 meetings are every 2nd Wednesday at 6 p.m. each month. Service Officer available on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or call Joe Aguilar, 520-705-6291. Now open Sunday at noon. • Wednesdays, 10:00 AM, STORY TIME AT PREGNANCY CARE CENTER The Pregnancy Care Center in Oracle has StoryTime at 10:00 AM. For more information call 896-9545. • Thursday (1st and 3rd Thursday of the month) ORACLE-SAN MANUEL LIONS CLUB Meetings are held at the San Manuel Elks Lodge. • Thursday (2nd Thursday of the month), SAN MANUEL HISTORICAL SOCIETY The San Manuel Historical Society meeting is 10 a.m. at the San Manuel Senior Center the 2nd Thursday of every month. • Thursday (2nd Thursday of the month) SM LIBRARY BOARD MEETING The San Manuel Library has it’s monthly board meeting every 2nd Thursday of each month. The meeting is held at the library at 1 p.m. • Thursday (2nd Thursday of the Month), 6 PM, ORACLE SCHOOL BOARD The Oracle School Board meets the second Thursday of each month at Oracle Ridge School. Please contact District Office at 896-3072 for more information. • Thursday (2nd and 4th Thursday of the month), 6:30 p.m., The Oracle Optimist Club, serving the Tri-Community area, meets on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at the Oracle Inn. Meetings start promptly at 6:30 PM. Please feel free to come a little early and order from the regular OR special menu at the Oracle Inn. Board meetings are held on the second Thursday immediately following the general meeting. The Oracle Optimist Club was officially founded in October, 2010 and is an international organization to support and work with the youth in the community. For more information contact Jane O’Mahen at 8962516 or Michele Gagnon at 897-3023. • Thursdays (Every Thursday), 6:00 PM, NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS 12STEP MEETINGS Every Thursday at Sun Life in San Manuel. Rear entrance, south facing door. Open meeting. For more information, call San Pedro Valley BH at 520-896-9240. • Friday (1st Friday of the Month) Mammoth Historical Society meets at 1 p.m. at the Mammoth Public Library. • Friday (2nd Friday of the Month, 1 p.m.) Red Hats are looking for new members. Meetings are at 1 p.m. On the SECOND Friday at the Senior Center in San Manuel, Senior citizen women 55 and older get together and enjoy meetings and activities. Let down your hair and be yourself, wear Red Hat and Purple outfits.

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Continued from Page 2 San Manuel, on warrants for unauthorized burning of wildlands, failure to obey a police officer and resisting arrest. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Sept. 23 Theft from a vehicle was reported in the 39000 block of South Mountain Shadow Drive, Eagle Crest. Sept. 23 Criminal damage was reported in the 500 block of South Avenue A, San Manuel. A chain

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Continued from Page 3 million dollar parking lot…. costs not justified. They’re not directly related to children’s education.” Response: “Misleading.” MacKenzie knows that the purpose of the bond issue is to deal with the capital needs of the schools. Having decent educational facilities has long been shown to be a factor in educational achievement. Fixing the parking lot is only one of a long list of overdue repairs. Fred MacKenzie: “I would be coming in with requests for computers, and for things that directly relate to the education of the children. These don’t seem to meet that profile.” Response: “Misleading.” MacKenzie is trying to change the issue again. I’d focus on educational improvement also, but under current state law the district has done all it legally can. Capital improvement issues have been around for years, though, and it’s past time to take care of those. Fred MacKenzie: “The business manager said…. repairs could be covered from the Maintenance and Operation (M & O) Budget even if the bond sale did not pass. So my response would be let’s energize the maintenance program and start using the M & O budget. If we can’t make it happen then, come back and see us.”

San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona link fence was cut. Sept. 23 Burglary was reported in the 100 block of East Avenue I, San Manuel. Taken from a fenced backyard were a lawn mower, garden and construction equipment, tools, lawn blower, weed eater, chainsaw, hammer drill, cordless drill, battery charger and more. Sept. 23 An unattended death was reported in the 600 block of South San Carlos Street, San Manuel. Sept. 23 Emma V. Robles, 38, Oracle, was arrested in the 1700 block

of Calle Valencia, Oracle, and charged with allowing a child to be truant from school. She was cited and released. Sept. 23 A female juvenile, 12, Oracle, was cited and released on charges of truancy. Sept. 24 Criminal damage was reported in the 8000 block of South Yellow Jacket Drive, Mammoth. A fence was damaged. Sept. 25 An accident with injuries was reported in the area of South Camino Rio (behind the Dialysis

Response: “Misleading and untrue.” Both normal maintenance and instructional expenses come from the M & O budget, which includes maintenance staff salaries, cost of buses, and normal repairs to buildings. It does not cover capital improvement or even preventive maintenance, both of which were covered by the State Facilities Board until the Republicans in the legislature cut the SFB budget three years ago. The district has already been using the M & O budget for maintenance, which cuts the amount available for instruction. It’s time to bring the buildings up to date. Fred MacKenzie: “Can anybody tell me what would the enrollment be in five years….Why are we building all these new structures? What’s going to happen if we have all these bright new buildings and not enough students to fill them?” Response: “Misleading.” After substantial losses resulting from the closing of the copper mine in San Manuel in the early 2000s, enrollment has increased by an average of three to five percent per year since, and is projected to remain in the same range for the next decade. New home building in Oracle has continued to expand and will do so in the foreseeable future. MacKenzie is trying raise an irrelevant straw man. Fred MacKenzie: “I didn’t

mean to slant this.” Response: “Ludicrous.” The entire presentation, and all of PCCEG’s activities since May, have been designed to stir public resentment against public schools and against taxes. You can read their own comments on the PCCEG and SaddleBrooke Republican Club websites and judge how nonpartisan and objective they really are.

Public Notice

Trustee Sale No.: 0979.330 Notice Of Trustee Sale The following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under that certain deed of trust recorded July 23, 2003, at Instrument Number 2003-050118, in the Office of the County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona, at public auction to the highest bidder at the Main Entrance to the Superior Court Building located at 971 North Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, in Pinal County, Florence, Arizona, on December 28, 2011, at 11 o’clock a.m., to the highest bidder. Legally described as: See Exhibit “A” attached Tax parcel number(s): 101-09-121-B7 Original principal balance: $210,800.00 The street address/location of the real property described above is purported to be: 1881 West Apache Trail, Apache Junction, Arizona – Pinal County Name and address of beneficiary: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Business Lending 3033 Elder Stree MAC# U1851-014 Boise, Idaho 83705 and Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 100 West Washington Street MAC# S4101130 Attention: Elva M. Mota Name and address of original trustor: Gilbert O. Verley Susan Verley 620 South Paolo Verde Drive Apache Junction, Arizona 85220 Name, address and telephone number of Trustee/Successor Trustee: James B. Ball, Esq. Poli & Ball, PLC 2999 North 44th Street, Suite 500 Phoenix, Arizona 85018 602/840-1400 Telephone Dated this 20 day of September, 2011. /s/ James B. Ball, Attorney at Law Trustee/ Successor Trustee, is qualified per A.R.S. § 33-803(A)(2), as a Member of the State Bar of Arizona State of Arizona ) )ss. County of Maricopa ) On this 20 day of September, 2011, before me personally appeared James B. Ball, Attorney at Law, as Trustee/Successor Trustee, whom I know personally, and acknowledged that he executed the same. My Commission Expires: May 31, 2013 /s/ M. Garcia, Notary Public Commission Expiration is May 31, 2013 Exhibit A The North 200 feet of Lot 9, Davis Tract, according to Book 5, of Maps, Page 26, records of Pinal County, Arizona Publish: 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11

Center), Mammoth. A vehicle rolled over in the dirt. Four subjects were involved and one sustained a broken hand. Sept. 25 Theft and criminal damage were reported in the 900 block of East Mount Lemmon Highway, Oracle. Sept. 25 Criminal damage was reported in the 900 block of Third Avenue, San Manuel. A house was egged. Sept. 26 Possible child abuse was reported by school officials at the First Avenue Elementary School, San Manuel. Sept. 26 Burglary was reported in the 400 block of South Ladera Place, San Manuel. Taken were three guns. Sept. 27 Theft was

Public Notice

Trustee’s Sale No. LC-30617 Notice Of Trustee’s Sale Recorded on 8/22/2011 Lender’s #-639536577 The following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust recorded in Instrument number 1997-032225 and rerecorded 08/04/1998 in instrument 1998030772 in the records of Pinal County, Arizona at public auction to the highest bidder Mainenterance to the Superior Court Building, 971 Jason Lopez Circle, Building A. Florence, Arizona ,Pinal County, State of Arizona, on 11/23/ 2011, at 9:00 AM of said day; See Exhibit “A” attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. Pursuant to ARS Sec. 33803 A 2, trustee qualifies as a licensed Arizona attorney, regulated by the Arizona State Bar. Property Address: 888 N. Independent Avenue Casa Grande, AZ Original Principal: $ 1156800.00 Tax Parcel Number:401-13-002C Name and address of Original Trustor: 11 Mile Corner Cooperative, Inc. 970 North 11 Mile Corner Rd. Casa Grande AZ 85222 Name and address of Beneficiary United States Of America, Acting Through Rural Housing Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture 230 North 1st Ave., Suite 206 Phoenix AZ 85003 Name and address of Trustee: Lee Crosby, a Licensed Arizona Attorney 1700 E. Thomas Rd. Suite 101 Phoenix, AZ 85016-7605 (602) 274-9100 Dated: 08/19/2011 State of Arizona )) ss. County of Maricopa ) /s/ Lee Crosby Trustee The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me on August 19, 2011, by Lee Crosby, as Trustee and not personally. /s/ Thomas D. Neal Notary Public My Commission Expires: 4-24-13 Exhibit “A” All that portion of the Southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 24, Township 6 South, Range 7 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona, described as follows: Beginning at the East quarter corner of said Section 24; Thence West, along the East/West Mid-section line, a distance of 263.70 feet to a point; Thence North 00 degrees 21 minutes 20 seconds East a distance of 100.00 feet to the True Point of Beginning; Thence West, and parallel to the East/West Mid-section line, a distance of 500.50 feet to a point; Thence North 00 degrees 21 minutes 20 seconds East a distance of 149.00 feet to a point; Thence North 61 degrees 33 minutes 33 seconds East a distance of 571.12 feet to a point; Thence South 00 degrees 21 minutes 20 seconds West a distance of 466.00 feet to the True Point of Beginning; Excepting Therefrom all oil, gas, asphaltum and other hydrocarbons, and all other minerals as reserved in Deed recorded in Docket 171, Page 27. Publish: 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11

Page 19 reported in the 1800 block of West American Avenue, Oracle. Sept. 27 An aggressive dog was reported in the 100 block of West Sixth Avenue, San Manuel. The call was turned over to Pinal County Animal Control. Sept. 27 Criminal damage was reported in the 200 block of East Main Street, San Manuel. A building was spray painted. Sept. 27 Criminal damage to a vehicle was reported in the 700 block of South McNab Parkway, San Manuel. Sept. 27 James Aaron Butler, 29, San Manuel, was arrested in the area of American Avenue

and the Chalet Village Motel, Oracle, on a child support warrant. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Sept. 28 A dog bite was reported in the 1500 block of North Calle Futura, Oracle. Sept. 28 Theft of copper wire was reported in the 400 block of East Main Street, San Manuel. Approximately 500 feet of 100 pair, 24 guage cable was taken. Value was estimated at $2,500. Sept. 29 A bomb threat was made at CAC Aravaipa. See related story. Sept. 29 Assault was reported in the 100 block of South Avenue B, San Manuel.

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Check out our brand new website: www.copperarea.com Public Notice Trustee Sale No. 080111 Notice Of Trustee’s Sale Recorded: August 12, 2011 Loan Number: 311412 The following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust dated March 6, 2007, and recorded on March 20, 2007 in Instrument Number 2007033397, Records of Pinal County, Arizona at public auction to the highest bidder at the main Entrance of the Pinal County Courthouse, 971 Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, Florence, Az on November 16, 2011 at 11:00AM of said day: Legal: Legal description as Exhibit “A” attached hereto and made a part hereof. The street address is purported to be: 920 W. Gila Bend Hwy Casa Grande, AZ 85222 Tax Parcel Number 504-2401504 Original Principal Balance: $ 300,000.00 Name And Address Of Original Trustor Valhalla Highway Holdings, L.L.C., an Arizona limited liability company 10532 W. Buffal Ave Casa Grande, AZ 85222 Beneficiary James R. Smith, Jr., as trustee of the Smith Trust dated October 26, 1981 and restated August 7, 1996 Juniper Ridge RV Resort 1911 Juniper Ridge Resort Lot 307 Show Low, AZ 85901 Current Trustee Title Security Agency of Arizona P.O. Box 12038 Tucson, AZ 85732 Telephone Number: 520-7483521 Conveyance of the property shall be without warranty, expressed or implied, and subject to all liens, claims or interest having a priority senior to the Deed of Trust. The Trustee shall not express an opinion as to the condition of title. Dated August 11, 2001 Title Security Agency of Arizona By: Diane L. Sloane Assistant Secretary /s/ Diane L. Sloane Manner Of Trustee Qualification, as required by A.R.S. Sec. 33-803, Subsection A(2) Licensed Trust Officer Trustee’s Regulators: Arizona State Banking/ Arizona Department of Insurance We are assisting the Beneficiary to collect a debt and any information we obtain will be used for that purpose. State Of Arizona } } ss. County of Pima } On August 11, 2011, before me, the undersigned notary public, personally appeared Diane L. Sloane, Assistant Secretary, Title Security personally known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he executed the same in his authorized capacity, and that by his signature on the instrument the person or the entity upon behalf of which the person acted, executed the instrument. Witness my hand and official seal. My commission expires December 31, 2012 /s/ Joyce M. Rodda Notary Public Exhibit A That part of Lot 4, Section 19, Township 6 South, Range 6 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona, described as follows: Beginning at a point on the North right of way line of State Highway No. 84, a distance of 50 feet North and 1601.1 feet West of the Southeast corner of the Southeast quarter of the Southwest quarter of said Section 19; Thence North parallel with the East Line of the Southeast quarter of the Southwest quarter of said Section 19, a distance of 400 feet; Thence West 200.5 feet; Thence South and parallel with the East line of the Southeast quarter of the Southwest quarter of said Section 19, a distance of 150 feet; Thence East and parallel to the South line of said Section 19, a distance of 100 feet; Thence South and parallel with the East line of this parcel, a distance of 250 feet to the North line of State Highway No. 84; Thence East 100.5 feet to the True Point Of Beginning. Publish: 9/28/11, 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11

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Sale No.: 7002-21 8.5Trustee’s inches Notice Of Trustee’s Sale Borrowers/Trustors: Donald Hibbard and Lori Hibbard Recorded: 8/30/2011 The $285.60 following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under

that certain Deed of Trust with Donald Hibbard and Lori Hibbard, husband and wife, as Trustors, and Desert Hills Bank, as Beneficiary, dated October 17, 2005, and recorded on October 25, 2005, at Fee No. 2005-145891, records of Pinal County, Arizona, and rerecorded on July 27, 2011, at Fee No. 2011-062112, records of Pinal County, Arizona, at public auction to the highest bidder at the main entrance to the Superior Court Building, 971 North Jason Lopez Circle, Bldg A, Florence Arizona, on December 1, 2011, at 10:00 o’clock A.M.: See Exhibit A Attached Hereto And By This Reference Made A Part Hereof (the “Property”). Together with all existing or subsequently erected or affixed buildings, improvements and fixtures, all easements, rights of way and appurtenances, all water and water rights flowing through, belonging or in any way appertaining to the Property and all of Trustors’ water rights that are personal property under Arizona law, including without limitation all type 2 nonirrigation grandfathered rights (if applicable), all irrigation rights, all ditch rights, rights to irrigation district stock, all contracts for effluent, all contracts for Central Arizona Project water, and all other contractual rights to water, and together with all rights (but none of the duties) of Trustors as declarant under any presently recorded declaration of covenants, conditions and restrictions affecting the Property; and all other rights, royalties, and profits relating to the Property, including without limitation all minerals, oil, gas, geothermal and similar matters. AmTrust Bank, a division of New York Community Bank, is the successor-in-interest to Desert Hills Bank and is the current beneficiary of the Deed of Trust referenced herein. Property Location – The Property is purportedly located approximately 1/4 mile east of Royce Road and 1/8 mile north of Magma Road in unincorporated Pinal County, Arizona. Tax Parcel Number – 509-19-022A-2. Original Principal Balance – $900,000.00. Dated this 29th day of August, 2011. By /s/ Kevin J. Blakley Manner of Trustee qualification: Pursuant to A.R.S. § 33-803(A)(2), Member of the State Bar of Arizona. Name of Trustee’s licensing body: State Bar of Arizona. Name and Address of Beneficiary: AmTrust Bank, a division of New York Community Bank 6900 E. Camelback Road, Suite 350 Scottsdale, Arizona 85251 Name and Address of Original Trustor: Donald Hibbard Lori Hibbard 15524 East Germann Road Gilbert, Arizona 85296 Name and Address of Current Trustor: Donald Hibbard Lori Hibbard 15524 East Germann Road Gilbert, Arizona 85296 Name, Address and Phone Number of Trustee: Kevin J. Blakley Gammage & Burnham P.L.C. Two North Central Avenue, 15th Floor Phoenix, Arizona 85004 (602) 256-0566 State Of Arizona ) ) ss. County of Maricopa ) This instrument was acknowledged before me this 29th day of August, 2011, by Kevin J. Blakley, Trustee. /s/ Elizabeth Sanchez Notary Public (Notary Seal) Expires 08/31/2014 Exhibit A Legal Description The Northwest quarter of Parcel 26, of Amended Results Of Survey Bonaza Highlands, according to survey recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona in Book 2 of Surveys, Page 192 and Affidavit of Correction recorded in Document No. 1996-004063, and located in the Southwest quarter of Section 25, Township 3 South, Range 7 East of the Gila and Salt River Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona. Except all coal and other minerals as reserved by the United States of America in the Patent to said land. Publish: 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11

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Notice Of Trustee’s Sale (Pinal County) The following legally described trust property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder at the main entrance to the Superior Court Building located at 971 Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, Florence, Pinal County, Arizona 85132, on November 29, 2011, at 2:00 o’clock P.M. of said day, pursuant to the power of sale under the Deed of Trust dated December 12, 2005, and recorded on December 16, 2005, as Fee No. 2005175891 (and re-recorded as Fee No. 2006-017342), Official Records of Pinal County, Arizona, executed by R. Edward Hines, individually and as Trustee of the Hines Living Trust, dated February 12, 2003, and any amendments thereto, as trustor, whose mailing address is 1621 W. Butler, Chandler, AZ 85224, for the benefit of BMO Harris Bank N.A., as successor-in-interest by merger to M&I Marshall & Ilsley Bank, whose mailing address is 770 North Water Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 (the “Deed of Trust”), which Deed of Trust encumbers certain property situated in Pinal County, Arizona, legally described as: See Exhibit “A” Attached The sale will be made for cash or other form satisfactory to the Trustee (payable pursuant to A.R.S. §§33-810 and 811), but without covenant or warranty, express or implied, regarding title, possession, lien priority, quiet enjoyment, condition or location of the trust property, encumbrances, or any other matter, to pay, in full or in part, the remaining sums, amounts and obligations secured by the Deed of Trust, including $237,229.92 in unpaid principal, plus interest thereon and other sums and amounts as provided in the Deed of Trust and the other loan documents referenced therein, advances, if any, under the terms of the Deed of Trust, interest on advances, if any, fees, late charges, costs and expenses of the Trustee and of the trust created by the Deed of Trust. The Trustor’s duties to defend and obligations to indemnify that are contained in the Deed of Trust shall survive the completion of the trustee’s sale and shall continue thereafter in full force and effect. The Deed of Trust and/or the Beneficiary provide the following information concerning the trust property, the Deed of Trust, and the Trustee’s Sale: Street address or identifiable location of the trust property: 11197 W. Prospector Drive, Queen Creek, AZ 85142 Tax parcel number: 509-07-1370 Original principal balance shown on Deed of Trust: $238,500.00 Name and address of current Beneficiary: BMO Harris Bank N.A., successor by merger to M&I Marshall & Ilsley Bank 770 North Water Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 Name and address of current Trustee: Kevin J. Morris, Esq. Greenberg Traurig, LLP 2375 East Camelback Road, Suite 700 Phoenix, Arizona 85016 Telephone No. 602-445-8235 Manner of Trustee Qualification: Member of the State Bar of Arizona; A.R.S. §33-803(A)(2) Name and address of original Trustor as shown on Deed of Trust: R. Edward Hines, Trustee, or his successors in trust, under the Hines Living Trust, dated February 12, 2003, and any amendments thereto 1621 W. Butler Chandler, AZ 85224 Name of current record owner and/or successor of record to the original Trustor, if different than above: R. Edward Hines, Trustee If the successor Trustee is unable to convey title for any reason, the successful bidder’s sole and exclusive remedy shall be the return of monies paid to the successor Trustee and the successful bidder shall have no further recourse against the successor Trustee, the Beneficiary or the attorney. The undersigned successor Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the street address and other common designation or information, if any, shown herein. Also, notice of this proceeding is an effort to collect a debt on behalf of the Beneficiary under the Deed of Trust. Any information obtained will be used for that purpose. Dated this 22nd day of August, 2011. /s/ Kevin J. Morris, a member of the State Bar of Arizona, Trustee State Of Arizona) ) ss. County of Maricopa) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this 22nd day of August, 2011, by Kevin J. Morris, who is a member of the State Bar of Arizona, as Trustee. /s/ Sandra K. Weeks Notary Public My Commission Expires: 4-1113 Exhibit “A” Lot 37, of Santo Vallarta, according to the plat of record in the office of the County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona, recorded in Cabinet F, Slide 93. Excepting and reserving all the coal and other minerals in the land as reserved in the Patent from the United States recorded March 29, 1928 in Book 43 of Deeds, Page 617.Publish: 9/21/11, 9/28/11, 10/5/11, 10/12/11

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TS No. 2163-0699 Notice Of Trustee’s Sale Recorded: 08/24/2011 The following legally-described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust recorded September 1, 2005, at Fee No. 2005-115796, official records of Pinal County, Arizona, at public auction to the highest bidder at 971 Jason Lopez Circle, Bldg. A, Florence, Arizona 85232, in Pinal County, on November 30, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. of said day: See Exhibit “A” attached hereto and made a part hereof Pursuant to A.R.S. § 47-9604, at the same time and location, the Trustee will sell the fixtures and personal property described in the Deed of Trust. Property Address: 00 West Meadow Green Road, Maricopa, AZ 85239 Tax Parcel #: 501-05-02804 Original Principal Balance: $110,000.00 Beneficiary: Johnson Bank 8700 N. Gainey Center Drive Suite 100 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Original Trustor: Anish Vidyarthi 1425 NW 209th Avenue Beaverton, OR 97006 Trustee: Kurt A. Peterson Ridenour, Hienton & Lewis, P.L.L.C. 201 North Central Avenue, Suite 3300 Phoenix, Arizona 85004 Telephone: (602) 254-9900 Dated this 23 day of August, 2011. /s/ Kurt A. Peterson, Trustee Trustee is qualified under the provisions of A.R.S. §33-803(A)(2) as a member of the state bar of Arizona. State Of Arizona ) ) ss. County of Maricopa ) On this 23 day of August, 2011, before me, the undersigned Notary Public, personally appeared Kurt A. Peterson, known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing document, as Trustee, and acknowledged that he/she executed the same for the purpose therein stated. In Witness Whereof, I hereunto set my hand and official seal. /s/ Paulette Merkel Notary Public Commission Expiration: April 22, 2013 This Proceeding Is An Attempt To Collect A Debt. Any Information Obtained Will Be Used For That Purpose. Exhibit A The East 352.00 feet of Lot 27, of Hidden Valley, according to the plat of record in the office of the County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona in Book 8 of Maps, Page 40, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at a 5/8” rebar marking the South quarter corner of Section 11, from which a General Land Office brass cap marking the Southeast corner of Section 11 bears South 89 degrees 58 minutes 39 seconds East a distance of 2643.22 feet, and from which a 1/2” pipe marking the Center quarter corner of Section 11 bears North 00 degrees 03 minutes 21 seconds East a distance of 2636.48 feet; Thence South 89 degrees 58 minutes 39 seconds East along the South boundary of the Southeast quarter of Section 11 a distance of 661.01 feet; Thence North 00 degrees 07 minutes 46 seconds East along the alignment of the West boundary of Lot 27, “Hidden Valley” a distance of 40.00 feet; Thence South 89 degrees 58 minutes 39 seconds East parallel to and 40.00 feet North of the South boundary of the Southeast quarter of Section 11 a distance of 308.87 feet to a Set 5/8” rebar with aluminum cap RLS #37512 marking the Point Of Beginning; Thence North 00 degrees 11 minutes 36 seconds East parallel to and 352.00 feet West of the East boundary of Lot 27, “Hidden Valley” a distance of 619.99 feet to a Set 5/8” rebar with aluminum cap RLS #37512; Thence North 89 degrees 59 minutes 18 seconds East along the North boundary of Lot 27, “Hidden Valley” a distance of 352.00 feet to a Set 5/8” rebar with aluminum cap RLS #37512; Thence South 00 degrees 11 minutes 36 seconds West along the East boundary of Lot 27 “Hidden Valley” a distance of 620.00 feet to 1” pipe; Thence North 89 degrees 58 minutes 39 seconds West parallel to and 40.00 feet North of the South boundary of the Southeast quarter of Section 11 a distance of 352.00 feet to Set 5/8” rebar with aluminum cap RLS #37512 and the Point Of Beginning; Excepting Therefrom all coal, oil, gas and other mineral deposits as reserved in the Patent to said land. Publish: 9/14/11, 9/21/11, 9/28/11, 10/5/11

PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE APPLICATION OF ARIZONA WATER COMPANY FOR A PERMANENT RATE INCREASE (DOCKET NO. W-01445A-11-0310) Summary On August 5, 2011, Arizona Water Company ("AWC") filed with the Arizona Corporation Commission ("Commission") an application requesting adjustments to its rates and charges for utility service provided by its Eastern Group water systems, including its Superstition (Apache Junction, Superior, and Miami); Cochise (Bisbee and Sierra Vista); San Manuel; Oracle; SaddleBrooke Ranch; and Winkelman water systems. AWC's rate application uses a test year ending December 31, 2010, and requests an increase in revenues of $5,268,560, or approximately 25.68 percent over test year total operating revenues. In addition to requesting an overall increase in revenues, AWC's application proposes consolidation of the Bisbee and Sierra Vista water systems into the Cochise water system; consolidation of the San Manuel, Oracle, and SaddleBrooke Ranch water systems into the Falcon Valley water system; authorization of an arsenic cost recovery mechanism ("ACRM") for the Eastern Group water systems such as the ACRM authorized in Decision No. 71845 (August 25, 2010) for the Sedona and Superstition water systems; authorization to implement a Distribution System Improvement Charge ("DSIC"); authorization to implement Off-Site Facilities Fees of $3,500 and up for new service connections in the service area; and continuation of a Monitoring Assistance Program ("MAP") surcharge previously authorized for the Eastern Group water systems. The Commission's Utilities Division ("Staff") is in the process of auditing and analyzing the application, and has not yet made any recommendations regarding AWC's proposed rate increase. The Commission will determine the appropriate relief to be granted based on the evidence presented by the parties. THE COMMISSION IS NOT BOUND BY THE PROPOSALS MADE BY AWC, STAFF, OR ANY INTERVENORS; THEREFORE, THE FINAL RATES APPROVED BY THE COMMISSION MAY DIFFER FROM AND MAY BE HIGHER OR LOWER THAN THE RATES REQUESTED BY AWC OR RECOMMENDED BY OTHER PARTIES. How You Can View or Obtain a Copy of the Rate Proposal Copies of the application and proposed rates are available from AWC at AWC's corporate office located at 3805 North Black Canyon Highway, Phoenix, Arizona 85015 and at the Commission's Docket Control Center at 1200 West Washington, Phoenix, Arizona, for public inspection during regular business hours, and on the Internet via the Commission's website (www.azcc.gov) using the e-Docket function. Arizona Corporation Commission Public Hearing Information The Commission will hold a hearing on this matter in Hearing Room No. 1 at the Commission's offices at 1200 West Washington Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85007. The hearing will commence on May 14, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. Oral public comments will be taken on the first day of hearing. Written public comments may be submitted by mailing a l e t t e r r e f e r e n c i n g D o c k e t N o . W - 0 1 4 4 5 A - 11 - 0 3 1 0 t o A r i z o n a Corporation Commission, Consumer Services Section, 1200 West Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007, or by e-mail. For a form to use and instructions on how to e-mail comments to the Commission, go to http://www.azcc.gov/Divisions/Utilities/forms/PublicCommentForm.pdf. If you require assistance, you may contact the Consumer Services Section at 1-800-222-7000. About Intervention The law provides for an open public hearing at which, under appropriate circumstances, interested parties may intervene. Any person or entity entitled by law to intervene and having a direct and substantial interest in the matter will be permitted to intervene. If you wish to intervene, you must file an original and 13 copies of a written motion to intervene with the Commission no later than December 30, 2011, and send a copy of the motion to AWC or its counsel and to all parties of record. Your motion to intervene must contain the following: 1. Your name, address, and telephone number, and the name, address, and telephone number of any party upon whom service of documents is to be made, if not yourself; 2. A short statement of your interest in the proceeding (e.g., a customer of AWC, a shareholder of AWC, etc.); and 3. A statement certifying that you have mailed a copy of the motion to intervene to AWC or its counsel and to all parties of record in the case. The granting of motions to intervene shall be governed by A.A.C. R14-3-105, except that all motions to intervene must be filed on or before December 30, 2011. If representation by counsel is required by Rule 31 of the Rules of the Arizona Supreme Court, intervention will be conditioned upon the i n t e r v e n o r o b t a i n i n g c o u n s e l t o r e p r e s e n t t h e i n t e r v e n o r. For information about requesting intervention, visit the Commission's website at http://www.azcc.gov/divisions/utilities/forms/interven.pdf. The granting of intervention, among other things, entitles a party to present sworn evidence at hearing and to cross-examine other witnesses. However, failure to intervene will not preclude any interested person or entity from appearing at the hearing and providing public comment on the application or from filing written comments in the record of the case. ADA/Equal Access Information The Commission does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission to its public meetings. Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation such as a sign language interpreter, as well as request this document in an alternative format, by contacting the ADA Coordinator, Shaylin Bernal, E-mail SAbernal@azcc.gov, voice phone number 602-542-3931. Requests should be made as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation.

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20. Help Wanted The Town of Mammoth has openings for Laborers in the Public Works Department. Laborers must possess dexterity, hand-eye coordination, good physical fitness, and the ability to work as a member of a team. Minimum Job Qualifications include: · Must adhere to all safety policies and procedures · Must be able to work outside for up to 8 hours per day · Must be able to lift 50 lbs · Must be able to use a variety of hand and power tools · Must be able to read, understand and follow instructions · Must be able to legibly fill out paperwork and reports · Must possess a valid Arizona Driver’s License Preferred Qualifications include: · Landscaping/Grounds keeping experience · Mechanical Maintenance experience · Electrical/Instrumentation experience · Water/Wastewater experience and certification · Equipment Operator experience Applications can be picked up at the Mammoth Town Hall. All applications must be received at the Mammoth Town Hall by Friday, October 7 at 4:00 pm.

San Manuel Building Maintenance Coordinator – Full Time The Building Maintenance Coordinator works in cooperation with all departments to coordinate the safety and maintenance and equipment needs of facilities in which clinic services are provided. The Building Maintenance Coordinator contributes to efficiency by maintaining cleanliness and appearance of the clinic and maintaining and distributing supplies as requested. Responsible for equipment repairs, ensuring high standards of safety are developed, met and maintained at the Clinic sites. Conducts fire safety inspections, internal safety inspections and staff training of safety and maintenance topics. Responsible for grounds maintenance, maintenance logs, major projects and property improvements. Sweep, mop, vacuum, empty trash, clean toilets and sinks, dust, clean windows, and general clean up of exterior of the building. Clean air vents and ductwork and strip and buff floors as needed. Requirements: Associates degree and 5 years’ experience in all phases of building maintenance preferred. Five years building experience may be substituted for degree. Two years electrical experience; one-year locksmith experience desired. Technical certification in computer repair or three years experience maintaining networked computer systems a plus. Safety Officer Qualifications: Attendance at Hazardous Materials, Safety, Fire Safety, General Maintenance Safety, or any other related conferences/ seminars when available; fire extinguisher training; MSDS training; attendance at Emergency Preparation Trainings when available. Apply at Sun Life Family Health Center; 23 McNab Parkway, San Manuel; fax resume to (520) 836-8807, email to renetta.nail@slfhc.org; or mail to P.O. Box 10097, Casa Grande, AZ 85130. All positions require High School diploma or equivalency and exceptional customer service skills. Employment offer is contingent on passing a criminal background check and drug screen. For more information about us, visit our website sunlifefamilyhealth.org.


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7,000 sq.ft. building for sale $99,000 129 N Main Street, Mammoth Tom 520-982-0200

4 Home Sites with lots of mesquite trees, near Mammoth. P.O. each about 1/2 ac. OMC, your choice $14,500 each. Tom 520-982-0200. 7/7 tfncK

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• 326 McNab $400 2 bd, tile, enlarged kitchen, upgraded bath • 233 Ave B $525 Must see, remodeled nice • 1024 W. 2nd Ave $640 3bd, large lot fenced, lots of storage

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TWO BEDROOM, 1 BATH 108 6th Ave. Great location, backs to desert, large back covered patio with spa, metal roof, new cooler & workshop $35,900. 123 Ave. A Clean, well kept home with enlarged kitchen, remodeled kitchen and bath, carpet/cermanic flooring, C/L fence and all appliances. $59,900. 103 McNab Room addition, laundry room, concrete back wall, ceramic tile, security bars. $29,000. THREE BEDROOM, 1 BATH 20 Ave. A Lovely home with beautiful fenced yard. Fruit trees & large shed. Upgrades & views. Includes appliances. Backs to desert. $65,000. 113 McNabb Upgrades galore, remodeled kitchen and bath, block wall, stove, frig, dishwasher and shed. $63,000. 124 McNab Fenced yard, upgraded electrical, laundry room, storage shed, investment property for fix-up. $19,900. THREE BEDROOM, 1-3/4 BATH 201 Avenue I Pride of ownership evident in this home on large landscaped corner lot. Metal roof, A/C, wood privacy fence, 3 garages, workshop, carpet & ceramic flooring, all appliances. $126,900. Open Monday-Friday After hours or evenings call: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. BILL KELLAM.............................................. 520-603-3944 Available by appt. anytime. MIKE GROVER ............................................ 520-471-0171 SHARON FLAKE ......................................... 520-483-0657 RICHARD LARGENT................................... 520-256-1406 TONYA LARGENT ....................................... 520-256-1095 EQUAL HOUSING REALTOR PAULA MERTEN-BROKER......................... 520-471-3085 OPPORTUNITY

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Oracle Listings - Homes

•Solid brick home on 1/3 ac., with oak trees and a spacious backyard. Wood, slate and travertine floors, ceiling fans, wood burning heat. $159,000. •Excellent MH on 2.5 ac. with fantastic views, split floor plan with large MB, block skirting, covered deck. $78,500. •DRASTICALLY REDUCED!! Very well maintained home surrounded by oak trees, lovely fireplace, large kitchen, quiet neighborhood. $79,000. •Over 1 1/2 ac. completely fenced ready for your children, horses & pets, 2 story home with 2 bd upstairs, 2 down. $120,000. •Lovely slump block home high on a hill with unobstructed views, 4 bd, 2 ba in pristine condition. $229,000. •Established feed store, 2,000 sq. ft., building plus hay barn on .42 ac lot, fully fenced. $199,000.

•Stunning farmhouse on 3.3 ac in Cherry Valley, horse facilites, garden area, peace and quite, lovely interior details. $325,000. •Enjoy the wildlife and views from this immaculate home on an acre. So many upgrades inside, flagstone patio. $225,000. •Almost new MH, 3 bd., plus bonus room, large kitchen with lots of cabinets, breakfast bar and DR, 360 deg. views on 2 1/2 ac, horse propoerty. $199,900. •Views in every direction from this lovely MH on 1.25 ac., heated swiming pool, horse property, everything you could want! $195,000. •Beautiful 2300 s.f. MH on 2.5 ac. with amazing views, plenty of room inside and out. $130,000. •Open plan 5bd, 2 ba home on a very private lot with great landscaping, a playhouse and lots more. $178,900. •Nice brick home in school neighborhood, large fenced backyard, large lot, remodeled kitchen. $89,000.

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2000 W EL PASEO MLS#: 21125155 This cozy brick home is in a neighborhood close to the elementary school. The big fenced back yard has large trees and a covered patio and is very private so you will enjoy the outdoor living, watching the birds and squirrels. Floors are wood laminate throughout. Floor plan is open and kitchen has been remodeled and has a disposal and a new dishwasher. The main bathroom has been remodeled. $ 89,000

•Best price for 5 ac. in Oracle area, can be split, shared well. Reduced to $44,900 •Beautiful hilltop views from 5 ac. parcel. Can be split. Horse property. Well Share. $89,500. •Unique .69 ac. parcel, awesome views, no impact fees. $55,000. •4 lots, 1.25 ac. each, custom home area. Owner will carry. Submit offers. $82,000. •Commerical property on America Ave. owner has started construction on approximatly 6,000 sq. ft. bldg and is including building materials on site. $145,000. •Horse Property! Build your home or put a manufactured home on this great 3.34 ac parcel. $109,000.

•Choose your own parcel from 1.25 to 3.75 ac., flat, easy to build on, utilities at street. $84,900 to $210,000. •40 ac. for your own ranch, can be split, great investment property. $60,000. •4 view lots, 1.25 ac. each in high view area of Oracle, homes only. Utilities at lot line. 3 lots for $95,000; 1 lot for $96,000. •REDUCED!! 3.3 ac. on Linda Vista Rd with great views, ready to build, utilities at road. $164,900. •Two Lots with shared well 1.5 ac each. Price reduced to $26,500. •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.

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•Large home on corner lot, updated with 5 bd, 3 ba, family room. $115,000.

•Half ac $33,000 •One a trees. $ •7.14 ac MH or s .•1.25 ac •Oaks a great vi •Just o $49,000 •1ac. in features •Great line. $3 •Corner and Hw •Sunrise ac. lot. $7

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82003 E POWERLINE DRIV MLS#: 21124201 This beautiful 2300 sq. ft. manufactured home is situated on 2.5 acres with views of several mountain ranges. You will have all the space you want inside and outside. Home is all electric with ceramic tile and wood floors. Includes washer, dryer, refrigerator, stove. Great room is 15 x 30 w/ surround sound and projection TV. Master bedroom has 2 walk-in closets. $ 130,000

•4 lots with great mountain views, lots range from .34 to .60 ac. Lot 2 is $12,500, other lots are $14,500. •Spectacular 7 ac. in Aravaipa Canyon, well and septic already installed, rustic barn on property. $147,000. •3.92 ac. on Barrows Pl. with hilltop views. You can have site-built or MH, horse property. $59,000. •Block home new interior paint, great views, carport. $58,900. •2 ac. parcel in Mammoth w/older MH & shop. Has been surveyed into 4 parcels or you can build on it. $79,000. •Almost 1/2 ac. with MH that has a lot of upgrades added recently, hanidcap ramp. $40,000. •Well-kept home on 3 lots, wood kitchen cabinets, workshop, 2 car carport, great views. $87,900.

•Large home in Mammoth, great for a family, wood burning stove in family room, large bedroom & bath upstairs. $45,000. •80 ac. with lots of desert vegetation and great views of the San Pedro Valley on Scaton Ln. $150,000. •Privacy at the end of the road in Mammoth. Many upgrades in the home, cozy home, country charm. $114,900. •Mammoth Bar, all equipment. $99,000 Liquor license also available. Call for details. •Hilltop views beautiful open plan, custom kitchen cabinets, SS appliances, wood burning fireplace. $140,000. •Nice large lot, covered patio, wheel chair ramp, metal skirting on MH, fenced yard. $19,500. •Historic Mercer Ranch, HQ parcel, 47 ac., remodeled home, corrals, hay barn, hanger & airstip., great well. $295,000.

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October 5, 2011

Lessons

Continued from Page 5 themselves at home with their brand new babies and then wonder why they have such bad cases of post partum depression. With the Schnauzer, not so much. True, she did spend the first day or two worrying over her brood, protecting them from perceived threats from her sister Dachshund. But since then she lets us know when she’s had enough. A bark from the “baby’s room” lets us know that she wants out. She heads outside for what we refer to as “adult conversation.” Sometimes it’s just going outside and barking

Swimmers

Continued from Page 9 set a new school record in the 50 Freestyle of 29.34 breaking her old record by 0.06 seconds. Amara Apuron had an outstanding swim in the 100 Backstroke, finishing in 1:16.98 and breaking her own school record (1:19.90). The boys 200 Freestyle Relay team of Wayne Newman, Martin Seballos, Colten Smith, and PJ Mortensen set a new school record of 1:44.49 breaking the old record by three seconds. The girls 200 Freestyle Relay team of Amara Apuron, Nicole PrimeroPredgo, Jazelle Sanchez and Cierra Austin also set a new school record of 2:03.12. Coach Joliat was delighted that Miner swimmers performed so well at an event of this

once or twice to let the neighborhood know that she’s back and other times it’s a matter of getting back to the business of playing with the Dachshund. • Humans (at least us older moms) are very concerned about child development – when to take away the bottle, picking them up too much when they are crying, are they playing the way they should. Penny, it seems to me, cares only that the babies are fed and cleaned on a regular basis. She makes sure they are safe and not being handled too much. It’s been fun sharing the first couple of weeks of these new living creatures’ lives. I can’t wait to see what comes next. size. Both the Boys and Girls 200 Freestyle Relay teams were within a second of the Provisional State Qualifying times. The way it stands now Wayne Newman will be the only Miner Swimmer headed to the State Championship Meet. However, Coach Alex Gort was quick to point out that the Miners still have at least one more qualifying meet and, as of Friday, only nine teams have hit the provisional qualifying standard for the Boys 200 Free Relay and only 16 teams have achieved the standard for the Girls 200 Free Relay. Since 24 relay teams will qualify, Miner swimmers have a realistic chance of qualifying in both races. Miner swimmers will travel to Florence on Thursday for their next meet.

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