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Vol. 59 No. 10 • Wednesday, March 6, 2013 • 50¢ Periodicals Postage Paid at San Manuel, Ariz. 85631

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Who are the SunZia project supporters? Part 3 By Peter Else Many of us in the Aravaipa region do not understand how an environmental organization can remain non-committal about a project that will, according to the best available third party information, significantly increase greenhouse gas emissions and initiate a chain of significant impacts in major wilderness zones in Arizona and New Mexico. After the BLM continued to

exaggerate renewable energy claims in the draft EIS and in the associated public indoctrination sessions, it should have been clear to any responsible environmental group that the process was rigged. Assuming that the New Mexico wind segment of the project is even constructed, the best case scenario for renewable energy development on these lines would be a 50/50 mix with fossil fuel

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resources, an unacceptable situation at this advanced point in the recognition of the causes of climate change. The worst case scenario is also a distinct possibility, with renewable energy only being developed at a token level, due to current market conditions. What really confounds me is that all of these organizations continued to straddle the fence or even promote SunZia, when clear and present alternatives are available to achieve the stated objectives of developing renewable energy in a logical manner and upgrading our transmission grid without fragmenting wilderness zones. The actions of these groups have made it much more

difficult to get the oversight agency to consider documents and comments that contradict the prevailing talking points, to make corrections to BLM documents and presentations in a timely manner (or at all), to encourage open and public commenting on the narrative presented by the contracted environmental firm at the BLM’s public meetings, and to avoid the now inevitable litigation by conducting a NEPA process that adheres to the legal precedence of fostering meaningful and informed participation by the public and stakeholders. By getting too close to the proponents, the first three groups listed above helped to put this project on a fast track to a foregone conclusion. The

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other groups listed above are playing a significant supporting role. Now that these groups have given the proponents just about everything they wanted during the most influential portions of the federal approval process, it is not clear what they could do to reverse this damage. If the project is approved, the three lead groups will be remembered as snake oil peddlers, who sold out important environmental values in order to advance illconceived political interests as grand bargainers. While most citizens agree with President Obama’s intent to develop renewable energy resources, his administration made a mistake in putting this particular project on the fast track. These three environmental groups placed more emphasis on political influence than on environmental principles. They did not speak truth to power, and they are on the wrong side of history. Adding to this sad legacy is the fact that they made their critical draft EIS comments during the hottest year currently on record in North America. The transmission towers scarring the previously undisturbed vista of the Galiuro wilderness zone would become a monument to the gullibility and poor judgement of all the groups involved in these draft EIS comments. These groups will own this

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project, if it is constructed. We don’t need to wait until this thing is built to finally figure out that it will not reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and will not facilitate over 80 percent development of renewable energy resources, and that this industrial-scale infrastructure corridor, along with everything else that follows its new path, will have very real effects on important ecosystems. Wouldn’t it be a much better bet to focus on projects that don’t have to lie about their climate change impact in order to justify significant environmental impacts on the ground? Responsible environmental groups have responded with a resounding “Yes!” Among others, these groups include a lot of the locals here in the southern Arizona conservation community, such as Tucson Audubon Society, Grand Canyon Chapter of the Sierra Club, Archaeology Southwest, Defenders of Wildlife, Cascabel Working Group, Sky Island Alliance, Center for Biological Diversity, Coalition for Sonoran Desert Protection, Pima County Administrator’s Office, Peter Warshall and Associates, and other groups outside of this region whose draft EIS comments I have not read yet. Two local Natural Resource Conservation Districts have spearheaded a three-year attempt to get the BLM to provide an objective description of the project’s impact on probable energy development and on consistency with local conservation policies. Also, a local landholding group here in the Aravaipa region, The Nature Conservancy, has recommended avoidance of all lower San Pedro routes, in accordance with their well-documented understanding of the ecological importance of the region, as well as the equally important SunZia, Page 16


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Arm yourselves with the facts about SunZia During the election process this last year, I set out to learn more about our region and county. While the entire county is important, this southeast region of Pinal County is very important because I call it home. While economic development and jobs take center stage, the natural resources of this area and its uniqueness of open space and trails are also of particular interest given my past involvement in natural resource issues at the state level for 12 years. While on the campaign trail, I spoke with various representatives to seek their views on two issues, the SunZia Transmission line project, and to learn about the San Pedro River. I found the latest reporting of the SunZia project in the Miner to be extremely interesting as it confirms what I was told: that to run this project through these wild lands was the path of least resistance and would cost less. I learned that various groups have been studying this issue for years, and that the project is a pass-through of energy from New Mexico to expand the California electric grid. It was voiced by several people that there would be little to no benefit to Arizona. It is difficult to understand how BLM can violate its own directive to co-locate new infrastructure with existing lines or corridors to the highest degree possible among all the route alternatives. There is a second project, the Southline Transmission Project which would follow the existing corridor closer to Tucson and following the I-10 Interstate. Yes, it might cost more, but doesn’t it make more sense to follow an existing corridor than to construct new paths, destroying what we in rural Arizona consider of value and an important part of our lifestyle? We choose to live in a rural area, but that should not be interpreted to mean we

are the path of least resistance. Citizens need to be informed and I believe the Miner’s article on SunZia will be an eye opener for everyone who loves this area. I look forward to the continuing article. District One residents should learn more about the SunZia project. We need to empower ourselves to have a voice in all of this. While the Arizona Corporation Commission makes the final decision, the previous Board of Supervisors sent a letter to the BLM encouraging BLM to move forward on the SunZia Project. I would ask the new Board of Supervisors to revisit that letter and question locating the transmission lines through any of the routes suggested by SunZia and learn whether the project has any real value for us. If appropriate, the BOS should be encouraged to send another letter to BLM with a copy to the Arizona Corporation Commission that reflects the citizen voice on this issue. Lastly, consider the protection of the San Pedro River. The river flows 140 miles north through Cochise County, Pima County, Graham County, and Pinal County to its confluence with the Gila River, at Winkelman, Arizona. It is the last major, free-flowing undammed river in the American southwest, and it is of major ecological importance as it hosts twothirds of the avian diversity in the United States, including 100 species of breeding birds and 300 species of migrating birds.meanders from the south near Benson and through Mammoth and northward until it meets the Gila River. I met with representatives of the Nature Conservancy, and the Natural Resource Conservation District to learn about the ongoing collaborative effort to protect the San Pedro River. I also attended a Board of Supervisor meeting to hear a presentation on the cultural resources in Pinal

County. Later, I contacted the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Phoenix to learn more about their efforts and studies of the river. Attending the Pinal County Open Space and Trails meetings has been a learning experience as well, and I commend their work to provide a final report, that

you can find at: http://bit.ly/ XMvXdB. Decisions should be based on facts. There are organizations such as the U.S. & Fish and Wildlife Service, the Redington and Winkelman Natural Resource Conservation Districts, Arizona Game and Fish, Cascabel Working Group and others who are

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October 21, 1940-February 25, 2013 Jane Garrett (Johnson) (Richey) passed away at home on February 25, 2013. Jane and her twin sister Jean were born October 21, 1940 in Winnemucca, Nevada. Jane’s family moved to Oracle, Arizona in 1948 and from there she graduated from Oracle Elementary School, San Manuel High School, and the University of Arizona with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education. She taught public schools in Oracle, Sahuarita, and Tucson. Jane was involved with Rainbow Girls and Eastern Star and was always working on various art projects . Jane is survived by her sister, Jean Withers of North Las Vegas, Nevada; her brother, Ted Johnson of Mammoth; nieces, Debbie Lepino and Shari Jenson, both of North Las Vegas, and Jill Herrera of Tucson; nephew, Chip Johnson of Oracle; and eight great nieces and nephews. Services will be held in Oracle Friday, March 15, at 3 p.m. at the Oracle Union Church with a reception to follow in Trowbridge Hall.

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He leaves behind his five brothers, five sisters, 15 grandchildren and two great grandchildren; Norma Sandoval; three stepchildren, and two stepgrandchildren. The lucky people, who were blessed to know Johnson, met a man who was a proud father, friend, and someone who only saw the best in every person he met. Funeral services for Mr. Johnson were held on Tuesday, March 5, 2013, with a Rosary at 9 a.m. and Mass at 10 a.m. at the Blessed Sacrament Church in Mammoth. Interment followed at the Valley View Cemetery in Mammoth.

Donna Langwig’s article on page 20 of the February issue of the Nugget, “Augsberg Centennial Singers to perform in Catalina Church”, resulted in over 200 attendees being pleasantly entertained for the afternoon, during the 90-minute performance on Sat., Feb. 23. One of the most inspirational renderings was that of a song called “The House I Live In.” Paul Christensen was the

soloist, and here is what the audience heard: “What is America to me? A name, a map, or a flag I see, a certain word, democracy. What is America to me? The town I live in, a plot of earth, a street, the grocer and the butcher, or the people that I meet, the children in the playground, the faces that I see, all races and religions. That’s America to me. The place I work in, the

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Safe Journey House here to help Last night, one of our neighbors cried herself to sleep. She was slapped, punched or choked by someone that she loves— again. She thinks that she has done something to deserve being abused, but, nobody deserves to be hurt, physically or mentally, by anyone else! Especially by someone you love or trust. Today, her abuser will tell her how sorry he is. He will promise her that he will never hit her again. She will want to believe him and forgive him, because she loves him. He has convinced her, over time, that she has nowhere else to go and they have moved away from her family and close friends. No one else wants her. Nobody else loves her. The pattern of abuse and control will probably continue until she leaves or something happens to stop him. Although physical abuse is against the law, the victim seldom reports the incident, because of love for the abuser or fear of retribution. Domestic violence and domestic abuse are patterns of behavior that are used to exert power and control over the victim. The abuse can take many forms, such as emotional, physical, isolation, financial, psychological or sexual. The victims are of all ages, races, sexes, cultures, religions, educational background, employment situations and marital status. Anyone can be a victim. The pattern of abuse will continue until the cycle is broken. And don’t be mistaken: domestic abuse exists in our communities. It exists in the lives of our sisters, brothers and friends. It can be in any home, in any neighborhood. Chances are pretty good that you know someone that is being abused. Someone you know is living in fear every day. A relative, a friend or neighbor is in a situation that could be life

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Tri-Community resident involved in fatal shooting David Arnoldo Mota, a Tri-Community resident, was arrested by Oro Valley Police as a suspect in a homicide on Feb. 28, 2013. Around 8 p.m., Oro Valley Police responded to a report of shots fired

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in the vicinity of Oracle Road and First Avenue. At the scene, officers found an adult male suffering from what appeared to be gunshot trauma. First aid was immediately rendered by the officers. Golder Ranch Fire district arrived and transported the victim to a local hospital. At the hospital the victim identified as Joshua Stephen Switalski, 22 of Pima County, was pronounced dead. A number of witnesses reported that two vehicles north bound on Oracle Road appeared to be involved in some type of verbal dispute. According to the Oro Valley Police report, “the confrontation involved the male driver of a pick-up truck, and Mr. Switalski

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who was driving a sedan.” Both drivers had a passenger in their vehicles. As they continued along Oracle Road, one of the occupants of the pick-up truck displayed a firearm and began shooting at the sedan. Mr. Switalski’s vehicle came to a stop in the emergency lane of Oracle Road near

the intersection of First Avenue. The suspect vehicle fled the scene continuing north on Oracle Road. Oro Valley Police Officers located the vehicle as it approached Hawser Road in Catalina. They stopped the vehicle and detained the two suspects. Detectives arrived at the scene to continue their

investigation. Detectives have determined that the driver, 21-year-old David Arnoldo Mota, is believed to have fired at Switalski’s sedan. David Mota was arrested and is facing one count of first-degree murder and one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He has been booked into

the Pima County Adult Detention Center. The names of the passengers in the vehicles were not released. Detectives are requesting the assistance of any members of the public who may have witnessed the confrontation or the shooting to please call 911, 88-crime or 229-4900.

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. Feb. 22 Mathew A. Gould, 25, Tucson, was arrested in the area of American Ave., Oracle, on a warrant for failure to comply with a court order. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail in Florence. Alfonso D. Garcia, 27, San Manuel, was arrested in the 300 block of E. El

Camino, San Manuel, and was charged with aggravated assault, criminal damage and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Cari Dawn Richards, 47, San Manuel, was arrested in the 100 block of McNab Parkway, San Manuel, and was charged with criminal damage and fighting/ disruptive behavior. She was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Theft and criminal damage were reported in the area of S. River Rd. and E. River Ranch Rd., Mammoth. A fence was cut and a one-ton well drill was taken.

Shoplifting/theft was reported in the 63000 block of E. SaddleBrooke Blvd., SaddleBrooke. Feb. 23 An adult was arrested, cited and released in the area of E. American Ave., Oracle, for driving without an ignition interlock device as required. An accident with injuries was reported in the 39000 block of S. Clubhouse Dr., near the Desert View Performing Arts Center, SaddleBrooke. Theft of microphones was reported in the 300 block of E. Webb Dr., San Manuel. Feb. 24 Victor Rios Nabor, 27, San Manuel, was arrested in the 28000 block of S. Veteran’s Memorial Blvd., San Manuel, and was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Chance Windfield Cooper, 50, Oracle, was arrested in the area of Redington Rd. and Webb Rd., San Manuel, and was charged with

threatening/intimidation, disorderly conduct and harassment. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Criminal damage (graffiti) was reported at the Oracle State Park. Feb. 25 Christopher Scott Ronquillo, 23, Oracle, was arrested in the 2000 block of W. Beverly Cir., Oracle, on a warrant for probation violation. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Vandalism was reported in the area of S. River Rd. and E. Copper Creek Rd., Mammoth. Theft of a lighter was reported in the 63000 block of E. SaddleBrooke Blvd., SaddleBrooke. The person who took the lighter later returned and paid for the item. Criminal damage was reported in the 400 block of S. Ladera Pl., San Manuel. Theft of windows was reported in the 300 block of Sheriff, Page 14

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We the People to host informative meeting on U.N. Agenda 21 Oracle – Most Americans haven’t heard of U.N. Agenda 21, but as there are already over 1,000 cities or communities that have signed up for it, it is an important issue on which to educate yourself. Agenda 21 is a 300-page document that, according to the United Nations, makes up a non-binding, voluntarily implemented action plan of the United Nations with regard to sustainable development. The document’s four sections address issues like the combating of poverty by changing consumption patterns, protecting fragile environments, and strengthening the

roles of major groups like including women, local authorities, and indigenous peoples. Section IV addresses the ways and methods of implementation through science, technology transfer, education, international institutions and financial mechanisms. While Agenda 21 is seen as an effective means of controlling and maintaining communities in a safe and productive manner, it is seen by some as social engineering that is little more than communism or neoNazism in disguise. On Jun. 13, 1992, Agenda 21 was revealed at a

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By John Hernandez Members of the Mammoth Fire District held a Board meeting on Friday, Feb. 20, reorganizing in preparation for the election on May 15 of a three person Board to oversee the Volunteer Fire Department. Fred “Rick” Sanchez is currently the appointed Administrator for the Fire Department. He has been working with Fire Chief Rodolfo Burrola, Assistant Chief Ricardo Romo, Secretary Sue Burrola, Captain Martin Ponce and the firefight-

ers to improve the efficiency and capabilities for the Fire Department. Items discussed and actions taken at the board meeting include: • Discussed the upcoming budget and possible changes. An increase in the budget will be requested. The current accountant will be asked to stay on as the accountant or auditor but he cannot be both. The insurance contract will be reviewed. Mammoth, Page 14

United Nations conference on Environment and Development. At this conference, 178 governments voted to adopt the program. According to Wikipedia, European countries generally possess well documented Agenda 21 statuses. France, whose national government, along with 14 cities, is a signatory, boasts nationwide programs supporting Agenda 21. Like Australia, however, some opponents have expressed that they view Agenda 21 as a “sham.” Despite that the United States of America is a signatory country to the Agenda, the Senate has not been able to hold a formal debate or vote regarding it since it is not a treaty. It has not been ratified by the Executive Branch of the United States of America. There are members of the government which have spoken in Congress in support of U.N. Agenda 21, and many cities within the USA are members of ICLEI, an international organization that helps (or enforces, depending

on your viewpoint) the implementation of Agenda 21. Opposition has increased at all levels of the government, including the Republican Party, making a statement that they strongly reject the U.N Agenda 21 as erosive of American sovereignty. On Sat., Mar. 9 there will be a free presentation for those who want to learn more about this agenda and ways to protect your family from global societal engineering. It will be held at the Oracle Court House, 1470 Justice Drive, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 am. Whatever your viewpoint on U.N. Agenda 21, this is a great opportunity for further educating yourself on what may be the most important document backed by the United States government since the Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights and the Constitution. This could change the face of your government forever, if implemented. The United States Government, without asking the opinion of the people it governs,

Your neighborhood has been rezoned or hadn't you heard? Right now, government officials have to publish their intentions in the newspaper, including where they intend to build facilities you don’t want down the block. But that will change if some politicians get their way. They want to put public notices online instead, buried on some little-seen, rarely visited government website. Don’t let the government keep you in the dark.

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Open spaces meeting set for March 25 in SaddleBrooke; public welcome Come and become involved in the process of implementing the Pinal County Open Space and Trails Master Plan at a presentation at the Desert View Performing Arts

Center, Monday, Mar. 25, 2013 from 2 to 4 p.m. Gina D’Abella, Executive Director of the Environmental Concerns Organization, Inc. will speak. She is the

Region-4 Leader of the Pinal Partnership Parks, Trails, Open Space and Public Lands Committee (PTOSPL). The PTOSPL Regions are aligned with the Pinal County Supervisory

Districts. This committee is reaching out to all Pinal County residents to enlist their help. The League of Women Voters of Greater Tucson, SaddleBrooke Unit is delighted to bring you this very important, informative program. Are you a hiker, a fisherman, wildlife and conservation supporter? Do you enjoy the many parks and trails available and want to see more in Pinal County to protect our natural scenic beauty? This is your opportunity to become involved in setting up a Pinal County park system. Do you have questions

about further development? This committee is a very diverse group representing private citizens, governmental agencies, developers, transportation, among others. In a great collaborative spirit, they have been considering the many uses for open land and what would be best for Pinal County. We urge you to become informed of land use in Pinal County and bring your neighbors to this informative meeting. The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages the informed and active participation

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Lifeline helicopter visits San Manuel By John Hernandez Living in a rural area usually means one is far away from an emergency trauma center. If someone is seriously injured in an accident or have a heart attack or stroke, reducing the time of travel to an emergency medical facility is of the utmost importance. The quicker you arrive at a level 1 trauma center, the better your survival and recovery rate. The quickest emergency transport available is by a medical helicopter (air ambulance). Arizona Lifeline is an air ambulance service that is part of the AirMedCare Network, an alliance of MedTrans, Air Evac Lifeteam and EagleMed, creating the largest air ambulance membership network in the country. Some employees of Lifeline were at San Manuel High School on Tuesday to speak to the public about an insurance/

membership plan that pays for the cost of air ambulance service. The crew for the Lifeline air ambulance was Royce the pilot, flight nurse Noel Dolby, Gale Clawson, and David Carter. David is from San Manuel and is part of the San Manuel volunteer Fire Depart-

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Continued from Page 8 County Wellness Center which will be a medical marijuana dispensary in Duddleyville. The permit has already been approved by Pinal County Planning and Zoning and will need approval by the Pinal County Board of Supervisors to move forward for development. The application has been submitted by Paul Shaub and Glenn Wilt, who is the land owner for this facility. A public notice placed in the Copper Basin News by Pinal County suggests that local residents help to inform other residents who may not see the notice of the upcoming hearing. For more information on the permit or hearing you can view the application online at: http://1.usa. gov/14paCrs.

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March 6, 2013

Motorcycle racing coming to San Manuel The San Manuel Copper Classic Hare Scramble motorcycle race is being held in the desert track behind and above Gardner Middle School this Saturday beginning at 7:30 a.m. The Copper Classic is part of the American Motorcycle Riders Association (AMRA) MotoCity Off-Road Championship Series. This is considered the premier off-road racing series in Arizona. The different race classes range from first timers to experts and covers ages toddlers to seniors. It is truly a family racing event. The event is sponsored by TRS, (Trail Riders of Southern AZ-TRS), an offroad motorcycle club in Oro Valley.

This race attracts riders from all over the southwest and other parts of the country. Last year there were riders from Minnesota and one from New Jersey in the race. Dustin Raffensparger was the top local rider from San Manuel finishing 13th overall and first in his class. Parrish Traweek competed last year and will be riding again. The event is open to the public. Breakfast and lunch can be purchased at the

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school. There will also be a fund raising barbecue after the event. Proceeds from the barbecue will benefit San Manuel Community Schools. These racers and their families help out our local economy. The kid racers are fun to watch and the adult riders put on quite a show racing through the desert, leaping over hills, and taking curves at high speeds. Come out and support the San Manuel Copper Classic.

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San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, arizona

Tri-Community Visitors Center opens

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Oracle School Board renews Kissick’s contract By John Hernandez At the Oracle School District 2 Board meeting held on Tuesday Feb. 19, the Board voted to renew Superintendent Todd Kissick’s contract for one year. After hearing the public speak against and for the renewal of a multi-year contract for Mr. Kissick, the Board voted 4-1 to renew the contract but just for one year instead of a multi-year contract. President of the Board Nellie Doran voted against renewing Kissick’s contract. In other news, the 8th grade Lady Cougars basketball team was recognized. A donation of $1,000 from the Mountain Vista 2012 8th grade class was accepted. The money will be used for the concession stand and

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March 6, 2013

San Manuel swimmers compete at Regional championship meet in Yuma

“Doc’s Group” Back Row, Darien Apuron, Charles “Doc” Woodhouse, Gianna Sweeney, Front Row, Tabitha Kellam, Riley Stewart, Evan Apuron. (Photo courtesy of the Apurons)

The Regional Age Group Championship Swim Meet was held February 22 to 24 at the Valley Aquatic Center in Yuma, Arizona. Thirteen teams from western and southern Arizona competed at the meet. In the final team standings, the San Manuel Sea Lions received fifth place with 235 points. Swimmers must have achieved regional qualifying times at sanctioned USA swim meets to be eligible to swim in the regional meet. Five swimmers from San Manuel qualified for individual events and an

additional 3 swimmers were able to participate in the relays. The team from San Manuel was one of the smaller teams at the meet, but the distinctive Sea Lion swim cap was usually seen at or near the front of every race they swam. Medals were awarded for the top three finishers and all eight Sea Lions came home with at least a couple of medals. The girls relay team of Gianna Sweeney (11),

Darien Apuron (11), Royann Estrada (11) and Tabitha Kellam (9) finished third in both the 200 Medley and 400 Medley Relays. The Boys relay team of Evan Apuron (9), Riley Stewart (9), Mason Stewart (7), and Ethan Kellam (7) finished second in both the 200 Medley and 200 Freestyle Relays. “The relays showed what a strong team we are,” head coach Alex Gort

Mason Stewart, Riley Stewart, Evan Apuron, and Ethan Kellam get ready to race in a relay. (Submitted photo)

Girls Relay team Tabitha Kellam, Royann Estrada, Darien Apuron, Gianna Sweeney. (Photo courtesy of the Apurons)

said. “We were able to put together relays that competed against the some of the best teams in Arizona, and were able to bring home medals.” The relays went well for the Sea Lions, but some individual swims were simply outstanding. Darien Apuron won the 400 Individual Medley (IM), the event widely regarded as a complete measure of a swimmer since it involves all four strokes and is of considerable distance. Tabitha Kellam came home with bronze medals in the 100 Butterfly and the 100 Freestyle. Gianna Sweeney earned medals of all types, winning the 50 Breaststroke, finishing second in the 200 Backstroke, and finishing third in the 100 IM and 200 Breaststroke. The 9-year old boys from San Manuel also had a great meet. Evan Apuron won all three races that he swam, the 100, 200 and 500 Freestyle. Riley Stewart won the 50 and 100 Breaststroke, as well as the 200 IM. Riley finished second to teammate Evan in the 200 Free, and picked up a bronze medal in the 50 backstroke. Three swimmers have qualified for the Age Group State Championship Meet to be held March 7 to 11 in Phoenix. Riley Stewart, Evan Apuron, and Gianna Sweeney will be competing in a total of 16 events against the best in Arizona. Anyone who would like more information about the Sea Lions Swim team can contact Alex Gort at 8962190.


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San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, arizona

Continued from Page 9 Oakland Athletics. A 70-mile roundtrip flight in an air ambulance costs about $14,000. If you do not have health insurance this can be a big burden on a family’s finances. Even if you have health insurance, many policies only pay a portion of the cost leaving you still owing thousands of dollars. By joining the AirMedCare Network, someone will have no out-of-pocket flight expenses if they are flown by one of their participating providers, the employees explained. The highlight of the presentation may have been the landing of a Lifeline air ambulance at the high school. A number of students and passers by that witnessed the landing came over to see the air ambulance and even got to sit in the helicopter posing for pictures. The crew members were friendly

and explained the equipment that was in the air ambulance. They answered questions and interacted with the crowd that had gathered. Noel, a flight Nurse told me that they made the flight from Tucson to San Manuel in 15 minutes. She said the average flight time is around 16 to 18 minutes but they had a good tail wind. Lifeline is one of the few air ambulance services that when they are notified of an emergency and placed on standby, they launch and begin flying towards the emergency site to cut flight time should they be activated. Other air ambulance services wait until they are actually called for the transport before launching. Their air ambulances are equipped with the latest state of the art safety equipment. The speakers explained the program and answered questions. Many, if not all those in attendance, signed up for the membership.

The cost for having some peace of mind was $50 a year for a one-member household, $55 a year for a two-person household and $60 per year for a three or more member house hold. As one person said at the meeting, the cost is about the price of going out to a good restaurant for dinner with your wife. To enroll in the membership plan by phone, call 1-800-7930010 or online at JoinMedTrans.com.

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Lancaster; Substitute Bus Driver – Ralph Johnson. Extracurricular contracts were announced for the following: Spring Coaches – Elizabeth Tilley, Girl’s Track Coach; David Houseknecht, Boys Track Coach; Rick Benavidez, Head Baseball Coach; John Machado, Assistant Baseball Coach; Veronica

Page 13 Martinez, Head Softball Coach. Spring Intersession: Director – Lori Tate; Teachers – David Houseknecht, Janice Vigil & Kristin

Moreno; Instructional paraprofessionals – Suie Fairbanks, Anna Marie Parra, and Cyndy Macias; Bus Driver – Rhonda Waltermire; Clerical Support – Maria Croci.

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Mammoth Continued from Page 7 • The possible change of duties was discussed as well as the training of firefighters and the use of log in sheets. First Responder classes will start on March 6. The new landing zone will have a direct road from Highway 77 put in. New t-shirts will be purchased for the firefighters. Captain Martin Ponce and firefighter Shannon Dominguez were presented an award

by Administrator Sanchez and Fire Chief Burrola for their outstanding work responding to a serious accident in Tucson. The Fire Department is negotiating with University Medical Center for them to be the Mammoth Fire Department’s Base Hospital. They would provide advice and information to first responders over the phone during emergencies if needed and would review their medical treatment reports and advise them how to improve on certain things. Shannon Dominguez will be the Liaison between the hospital and the Fire department.

• A discussion on the protocols and actions needed for gas leaks in homes and businesses was held. Administrator Sanchez will get with the Mammoth Police Department to coordinate the plan of notification and action. The Board approved a donation to the San Manuel Elks Project Graduation. • The purchase of safety equipment was approved including radio batteries and new hoses. It was decided that a bid would be put out for vehicle maintenance. The Fire Department will have more testing done on the Scott Air

Packs and pump testing on the trucks. The board approved the purchase of a Glas Master and a vent hose for exhaust. • Monthly bills were reviewed and the fixing of the Fire House roof was discussed. As of Friday the Pinal County Elections Department reported that no one has asked for an election packet to run for the position of Board Member for the Mammoth Volunteer Fire District. If you are interested in running for the board, contact the Pinal County Elections Department at (520)866-7550.

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Assembly of God 1145 Robles Rd., ORACLE 520-896-2408

Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Evening Service 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study 6 p.m. Pastor Nathan Hogan

Oracle Union Church American Ave., Oracle • 896-2544 Near Mt. Lemmon Turnoff “A community church for a world community.”

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

Oracle Church of Christ

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

Community Presbyterian Church

Mammoth Assembly of God

First Baptist Church

201 E. Kino & Catalina/POB 692 We offer Help, Healing & Hope Sunday School.......9:45 a.m. Worship Service........11 a.m. Sunday.........................6 p.m. Wednesday..................6:30 p.m. (Adult and Children’s Services) Interim Pastor Donald Montes 487-2219

McNab & First Ave., San Manuel 385-2341 Sunday: Adult Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m.

Sunday: School 9:30 a.m. Fellowship 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Free food distribution 2nd Tuesday, 1 p.m.

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First Southern Baptist Church

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

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American Way, Oracle 520-808-3171 Pastor Ray Lott

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.

First Baptist Church 103 W. Galiuro, Mammoth Pastor Joe Ventimiglia 520-405-0510

Sunday: Morning Worship 11:15 a.m. “The Church On The Hill”

Pastor: Rev. Jeff Dixon

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

Psalm 1:2 The Potter’s House Pastor Ronnie Lujan 212 Main Street, Mammoth 520-896-2438

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

Iglesia de Dios “Pan DeVida”

113 N. Main Street, Mammoth Sunday: Bible Study 9:45 a.m. El lugar donde encontraras el agua Worship 11 a.m. viva que saciara la sed de tu alma. 10 a.m. Discipleship 5 p.m. Domingo: Worship 6 p.m. Miercoles: 7 p.m. Wednesday: Viernes (oracion): 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting 6 p.m. Pastor Sergio Hernandez Kevin Duncan, Pastor 520-265-2192

To be included in the weekly church listing, call the San Manuel Miner 385-2266 or email miner@minersunbasin.com.

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Sheriff Continued from Page 6 E. Fifth Pl., San Manuel. Feb. 26 Theft of a tire was reported in the 5100 block of Cholla St., Dudleyville. A runaway juvenile was reported in the 36000 block of S. Mt. Lemmon Rd., Oracle. The juvenile was later found in Oracle and returned to Sycamore Canyon Academy. Theft of a vehicle was reported in the 62000 block of E. Star Crest Dr., SaddleBrooke. Assault was reported at the San Manuel Junior High School. The incident involved two female students. An accident with injuries was reported on Webb Rd. approximately onequarter mile from Veteran’s Memorial Blvd., San Manuel. A male was injured in a quad accident. The patient refused medical treatment. Assault was reported

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Pinal County Public Hearing Regarding Use of CDBG Funds Pinal County is expected to receive approximately $104,000 in FY 2013 federal CDBG funds from the Arizona Department of Housing Regional Account (RA). CDBG funds must be used to benefit low-income persons and areas, alleviate slum and blight or address urgent need. A public hearing will be held at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at Pinal County Housing and Community Development Department, 970 N. Eleven Mile Corner Rd., Casa Grande, Arizona to gather citizen input on the use of the CDBG funds. Examples of possible uses include the following: 1) public infrastructure (e.g., water, wastewater, street improvements); 2) community facilities (e.g., parks, health clinics, libraries, senior or youth centers); 3) housing (e.g., owner-occupied or multi-family rehab, utility connections on private property, new housing constructed by a non-profit); 4) public services (e.g., paying the salary of an additional staff person to expand a Head Start program, purchasing a van to transport persons with disabilities, equipment and rent to start a new job training program); and 5) economic development (e.g., a loan to a business for job creation, micro-enterprise development, acquisition of land for an existing business expansion). For more information about hearing, grievances, the CDBG program or to receive assistance in formulating prospective project ideas for presentation at the hearing contact the following: Kolya McCleave, Grants Coordinator Pinal County Finance & Purchasing Administration Building A 31 N Pinal Street Florence, AZ 85132 Phone- (520) 866-6279 Fax- (520) 8666944 Persons with disabilities who require special accommodations may contact Carrie Fike at (520) 866-7219 at least 48 hours before the hearing. MINER, CBN, SUN Legal 3/6/13

in the 1000 block of W. Second Ave., San Manuel. The incident happened to a student at school. Feb. 27 Theft of a vehicle was reported in the area of S. Highway 77 and S. Veterans Memorial Blvd., San Manuel Junction. The vehicle was described as a gray and white 1978 Chevy Blazer. Feb. 28 Pamela Jaqueline Williams, 64, SaddleBrooke, was arrested and charged with theft, theft of a vehicle and forging a credit card. She was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. A house fire was reported in the 60000 block of E. Arroyo Vista Dr., Oracle. Truancy was reported at Mountain Vista School in Oracle. Two students, first and seventh grade, each had 30 absences. Criminal damage was reported in the 900 block of W. Discover St., Oracle. Reckless driving was reported in the area of Ford Wash and Redington Road, San Manuel. A school bus driver was run off the road by a driver in a silver truck. A concerned citizen reported finding a black case with a snub nosed .357 handgun in front of the First Avenue Elementary School in San Manuel. The case was in the roadway. The citizen secured the weapon in his home in the 1000 block of W. Third Ave., San Manuel, before turning it over to PCSO. A woman called PCSO to report that her husband, who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease, walked away from their residence in the 500 block of S. Tierra Verde St., San Manuel. He was later located at the Dollar General. Theft of a handgun from a vehicle was reported in the 1000 block of W. Second Ave., San Manuel. It was determined that the gun that was missing was the one turned over to PCSO earlier in the day.


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Submissions Due the FRIDAY Before Wednesday Publication • FREE TAX HELP The Pinal – Gila Council for Senior Citizens (PGCSC) in Hayden is offering free tax help to anyone in the Tri-Community and Copper Basin areas, by appointment only. This is a new service being offered and the only restrictions are no military or business owners. Please call 520-356-7035 for an appointment with Annie Hinojos or Paula Romero. • GIRL SCOUT COOKIES Girl Scout cookies are here! Our local Brownie and Jr. Girl Scouts have great goals for cookie season, including selling 800 boxes each, which is enough to go to Disneyland. Help them out while helping out the troops with the Gift of Caring Program’s ‘Troop to Troop’ project wherein tax-deductible funds are collected from donors to buy cookies directly from The Little Brownie Bakers and ship them overseas to U.S. Troops. Please give them a call for speedy delivery: Tabitha/Tonya 385-9221 or 591-9596 and Italie and Selena/Monique 385-1102. Thank you for your support. • 4-H DONATIONS HELP YOUTH Pinal County 4-H is seeking donations to continue this worthy program for local youth. Your support helps us provide skills that encourage youth to take responsibility, make good decisions, work well with others, create leadership opportunities and improve their communication skills. Donations made to Pinal County 4-H will be used for educational purposes. Call 520-836-5221 for more information. • WASTE DISPOSAL VOUCHER PROGRAM Residents can obtain a voucher for the Waste Disposal Voucher Program at the Board of Supervisors office for the disposal of debris from your primary residence at the Oracle Transfer Station or the Dudleyville Landfill. You must bring a current utility bill with name and service address imprinted as proof of residency. For more information call 520-866-7830. You can also learn more about recycling program on the Pinal County website: www.pinalcountyaz.gov. • DONATE AND GET A TAX BREAK Donate up to $200 for a single person or $400 for a married couple to the school district, for a specific program, school or in general, and get every penny back on your State Taxes. For more information visit msmusd.org/index.cfm?pID=3475 • Are you a victim of domestic abuse? Call 520-385-4970 or toll free 1-855385-4970. We can help. • Have free time? Volunteer at Safe Journey House. Call 520-385-4970 or toll free 1-855-385-4970. • The Oracle Medical Equipment Loan Closet is now available to TriCommunity residents in need of medical equipment. The closet is in need of donations of all forms of medical equipment (except hospital beds). Equipment must be in safe working condition. For information on how to borrow or to donate equipment, please contact Jane at 896-2516, Bill and Sharon at 896-2326, Lois at 896-9722 or Rachel at 896-9581. • 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 the San Manuel Senior Center on Avenue A. Sponsors ask for a $1 donation to help with the utility costs. • SAN MANUEL HISTORICAL SOCIETY The members of the San Manuel Historical Society want to thank the citizens of San Manuel for their support of our Thrift store down by the Credit Union. Due to your generous donations we have been able to reach out to help other organizations support the people and animals of the Tri-Community. With the holidays coming up, we hope to give more but we cannot do that without your continued support. If you have something you’d like to donate but cannot get it to the store, call Janice at 385-4593 after 2 pm. Large pieces are especially needed. • The Home Alone Pendant offers peace of mind by being able to call for emergency assistance by simply pressing a button. Units are available in San Manuel through TRIAD. Call Jerry at 385-2835 for details. • San Manuel Open Market is still going strong ever Saturday morning from 8 a.m. to noon at 801 McNab Parkway in front of the Community Presbyterian Church. Table space is only $5. There are lots of baked goods, food, coffee, craft items and swap meet bargains. Come and meet your friends and neighbors. For more information, contact Laurie 520-385-4215 or Norma 520-487-0192.

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• San Manuel Museum, located in the Elks Lodge breezeway, is operated by the San Manuel Historical Society. It is now open on Fridays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for you to come and see items from San Manuel’s history! • The San Manuel Thrift Store is looking for volunteers to work one day, or more, per week from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Thrift Store is run by the San Manuel Historical Society and proceeds from Thrift Store sales go to support the SM Museum, as well as the SM Library, Christmas Toy Drive, and other local charitable organizations. • Resource information for seniors is now available at Sun Life Clinic in San Manuel. Some of the information available is meant to aid caregivers in their work. Also available is medicine safety information for seniors. Stop in or call to get more information and phone numbers on these and other subjects. The office is open Monday and Friday from 9 a.m. to noon. Call 520-709-8322 or 1-800-2939393or 363-9525 after 4pm for more information. • Need prayer? Call Community Presbyterian Church at 385-2381 and leave your prayer request. Messages will be checked daily. Also, you can join us for prayer Monday through Friday, 8-9 a.m., 801 McNab (top of McNab), San Manuel. • Come and have fellowship with us and if you don’t know Jesus, you can get to know Him at the First Baptist Church of Oracle on Sundays at 11 a.m. For more information, please call 520-808-3171. • LITTE LEAGUE COACH MEETING Mammoth Little League mandatory coach’s meeting will be on Wed. March 6 at 5 pm, at the Mammoth Elementary School. Anyone interested in coaching must be present. For more info call Ralph at 520-414-9936. • MAMMOTH LITTLE LEAGUE Mammoth Little League registration is Wed., March 6, at 6 pm at the Mammoth Elementary School. For more info call Ralph at 520-414-9936. • COPPER BASIN WOMEN’S EXPO Save the date! The Copper Basin Women’s Expo will be at the Hayden-Winkelman Unified School District lobby from 11 a.m. -6 p.m. on Sat., March 9. There will be handwriting analysis, food demonstrations, Zumba, flower arranging and more! Food will be sold. Entrance fee is $3 or 3 cans of food. All are welcome! Contact Martina Burnam or Angela Ramirez at 520-363-7607 for more information. • LIONS CLUB BENEFIT BREAKFAST The San Pedro Valley Lions Club in Mammoth will be serving a Benefit Breakfast of regular breakfast or menudo on Sun., Mar. 10, at 115 Main St. from 7 am – noon. Takeout orders for pot sales of menudo will be taken until Fri., Mar. 8 by calling 487-2822. Funds raised are used for Lions Club projects in the Tri-Community. • ARIZONA MEDICAL EYE UNIT The Arizona Medical Eye Unit from Lions Vision Center will be giving Ophthalmological Medical Eye Examinations on March 14 in Oracle. To schedule an appointment, call 520-896-9299. • BENEFIT SPAGHETTI DINNER On Thurs., Mar. 14 , 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm, Oracle School District is having a benefit spaghetti dinner at the Mt. Vista cafeteria for the Poskey family to show support in their trying time. They are in need of donation items such as: spaghetti noodles, spaghetti sauce, ground beef, salad dressings, bacon bits, punch and lemonade mix, plastic forks, cups, napkins, Styrofoam divided take out containers (at Costco or Sam’s Club) or any monetary donation. Tickets will be sold in advance or at the door! Cost is $6 per plate, dine in or carry out. For more information, contact Mountain Vista School in Oracle 520-896-3000. • SPRING GOLF TOURNAMENT Please save the date for the United Way of Pinal County’s Spring Golf Tournament, on Sat., April 13, at the Robson Ranch Golf Club in Eloy. Proceeds will benefit early childhood education, including the Success By 6 program. Please watch your email for sponsorship and registration information. • COPPER BASIN IDOL SHOW Save the date! The Copper Basin Idol Show will be on Fri., May 10, at the Hayden-Winkelman Unified School District Auditorium from 6-8 p.m. There will also be performances by singers from the Valley. Entry fee is $3, three cans of food or one package of diapers. Last year’s show was a blast! Come have a great time with us!

Clubs & Meetings

• Quarterly, SAN MANUEL HISTORICAL SOCIETY The San Manuel Historical Society meeting is 10 a.m. at the San Manuel Musuem quarterly with the next meeting on Oct. 11. • 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. • BLOOMING LATE WRITING SUPPORT GROUP Exclusively for women over 35, the Blooming Late Writing Support Group meets every second and fourth Sunday of the month, from 1:30 pm – 3 pm, at the Patio Cafe in Oracle. You don’t have to be published. Just have the desire to write. We will support and encourage you. For more information please call Samantha at 896-9585. • Monday (Every Monday) 9 AM, Canasta is played at the Oracle Community Center. • 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) 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. Membership cards are available during this time. • Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays The Community Schools Gym, located in the basement of San Manuel High School Auditorium, is open from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Admission is free. • Tuesday (Every Tuesday), 12:30-4 p.m. Bridge is played at the Oracle Community Center. Call Ethel Amator at 896-2197 or Mary McClure at 896-2604 for more information. • 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. • TUESDAY (3rd Tuesday of the Month), 6 PM, ORACLE SCHOOL BOARD The Oracle School Board meets the third Tuesday of each month at Oracle Ridge School. Please contact District Office at 896-3072 for more information. • EVERY WEDNESDAY, SEVEN ROTARY MEETING. The Rotary Club now meets at 7 am every Wednesday morning at Your Broker Connection 130 N Redington Rd, San Manuel. • Wednesdays (Every Wednesday), 6:00 PM, NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS 12-STEP 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. • Wednesday (Every Wednesday) Oracle Community Center sewing and knitting classes are held at from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Call Susie Cochran for more information at 896-2935. • 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. • 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. • Every Thursday The Oracle Community Center canasta and dominoes 9 am until noon. • 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) 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 lBHP Conference Center across from the library at 1 p.m. • Friday (2nd and 4th Friday of the month) 10:30 a.m., San Manuel Library hosts Toddler Story Time. There will be stories, sons and fingerplays. No registration is required or the free program. • 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. • Saturday (4th Saturday of the month) Market on the Move at Santa Catalina Church, 14380 N. Oracle Rd., Catalina, is held on the fourth Saturday through May. Get up to 60 pounds of fresh vegetables and fruits in season for a $10 donation.

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


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avoidance of route segments in the middle Rio Grande and Lordsburg Playa, both critical habitats of the sandhill crane. It now appears that it will take a lawsuit to effectively address the fact that the BLM and others have used a federal environmental review process as a marketing tool to obscure significant impacts on greenhouse gas emissions in order to justify the construction of an industrial-scale infrastructure corridor though the region’s wilderness zones. Those of us who understand what is at stake, both locally and globally, are keeping a list of the groups that had the integrity to take a stand based upon reliable third party information, not on the marketing spin and the narrow perspectives originating from the

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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF A NON-TAX-EXEMPT Pursuant to A.R.S. 10-3202 (Arizona Non-Profit Corporation) 1. Name: The name of the Corporation is: Casa Grande RC Flyers Inc. -1804181-3 2. Character of Affairs: The character of affairs of the corporation will be: Radio Controlled Model Airplane Club 3. Board of Directors: The initial board of directors shall consist of BLANK director(s). The name(s) and address(es) of the person(s) who is (are) to serve as the director(s) until the first annual meeting of the members, if a member corporation, or Board of Directors. If the corporation has no members, or until his (her) (their) successor(s) is (are) elected and qualified is(are): Alan Friedman 5309 N Pioneer Dr Eloy, AZ 85131 Richard Beck 1100 N Henness Rd #1019 Casa Grande, AZ 85122 Craig Rice 1100 N Henness Rd #1019 Casa Grande, AZ 85122 Ron St. Pierre 11100 N Henness Rd #1018 Casa Grande, AZ 85122 The number of persons to serve on the board of directors thereafter shall be fixed by the Bylaws. 4. Indemnification The power of indemnification under the Arizona Revised Statutes shall not be denied or limited by the bylaws. 5. Known Place of Business: (In Arizona) The street address of the known place of business of the Corporation is: 5309 N Pioneer Dr, Eloy AZ 85131 6. Statutory Agent: (In Arizona) The name and address of the statutory agent of the Corporation is: Alan Friedman 5309 N Pioneer Dr, Eloy AZ 85131 7. Incorporators: The name(s) and address(es) of the incorporator(s) is (are): Yoochul Chong 5668 E 61st St Commerce, CA 90040 All powers, duties and responsibilities of the incorporators shall cease at the time of delivery of these Articles of Incorporation to the Arizona Corporation Commission. 8. Members: The corporation will not have members. Execute this 15th day of November, 2012 by all of the incorporators. /s/ Yoochul Chong Acceptance of Appointment By Statutory Agent The undersigned hereby acknowledges and accepts the appointment as statutory agent of the above-named corporation effective this 16th day of November, 2012 /s/ Alan Friedman MINER Legal 3/6/13, 3/13/13, 3/20/13

San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, arizona proponents. Despite the profiles in waffling that I have described in this piece, there are many more groups that have demonstrated the ability to look at the available information and be decisive at the right time. Each group’s ability to do this will help determine the future of their reputation and grass roots support, as the greater environmental community strives to address climate change in a responsible manner.

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Trustee Sale No: 13-26148 Notice Of Trustee’s Sale Recording date: February 15, 2013 The following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust and Assignment of Rents dated February 16, 2011, and recorded on February 23, 2011 in Instrument Number 2011-015828, 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 May 17, 2013 at 11:00AM of said day: Legal: Lot 5 and the West 6 feet, 8 inches of Lot 4, Block 9, First Addition to Casa Grande, according to the plat of recorded in Book 14 of Miscellaneous, Page 381 and in Book 1 of Maps, page 13, records of Pinal County, Arizona. The street address is purported to be: 111 E. 9th Street Casa Grande, AZ 85122 Tax Parcel Number: 506-07-0850 Original Principal Balance: $ 70,000.00 Name and address of original Trustor: Cristina Roca, a single woman 604 W. 13th Street Casa Grande, AZ 85122 Name and address of the Beneficiary: DLO Investing, LLC, an Arizona limited liability company 3370 N. Hayden Road #123-742 Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Name and address of Trustee: Western Regional Foreclosures, LLC One West Deer Valley Road Suite 103 Phoenix, AZ 85027 The bidding deposit check must be in the form of a Cashier’s Check made payable to Western Regional Foreclosures, LLC. Third party checks will not be accepted. 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. Trustee’s Phone number: 623-581-3262 Sale Information: www.mkcsales.info Dated February 15, 2013 Western Regional Foreclosures, LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, Successor Trustee By: /s/ Susan S. Bouchard, Designated Broker Manner of Trustee Qualification: Real Estate Broker Name of Trustee’s Regulator: Arizona Department of Real Estate State Of Arizona }} ss. County Of Maricopa } On February 15, 2013, before me, the undersigned notary public, personally appeared Susan S. Bouchard, Designated Broker, Western Regional Foreclosures, LLC 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 January 5, 2014 /s/ Tina Biskupiak Notary Public Publish: 3/6/13, 3/13/13, 3/20/13, 3/27/13

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Notice Articles Of Organization Have Been Filed In The Office Of The Arizona Corporation Commission For: I Name: Waukesha Flats, L.L.C. II The address of the registered office is: 549 W. Palo Verde St., Casa Grande, AZ 85122. The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: John G. Woodrow, Esq., 3101 N. Central Avenue, Suite 200, Phoenix, AZ 85012. III Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the Members. The names and addresses of each person who is a Member are: Name, Address; Alexander L. Holland, P.O. Box 517, Coolidge, AZ 85228. Publish: 2/27/13, 3/6/13, 3/13/13

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Articles Of Organization Of Andrew Kolb LLC 1. Name: The name of the limited liability company is Andrew Kolb LLC. 2. Known Place of Business: The address of the company known place of business in Arizona is: 43854 West Wild Horse Trail, Maricopa, Arizona 85138. 3. Statutory Agent: The name and address of the statutory agent for the company is Andrew Kolb, 43854 West Wild Horse Trail, Maricopa, Arizona 85138. Acceptance of Appointment by Statutory Agent I, Andrew Kolb, having been designated to act as the Statutory Agent, hereby consent to act in that capacity until removed or resignation is submitted in accordance with the Arizona Revised Statutes. /s/ Andrew Kolb. 4. Duration. This limited liability company is of perpetual duration. 5. Management. Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of all persons who are members are as follows: Andrew Kolb, 43854 West Wild Horse Trail, Maricopa, Arizona 85138. Executed this 22nd day of January 2013. /s/ Andrew Kolb, Member. Publish: 2/20/13, 2/27/13, 3/6/13

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Notice Of Intent To Foreclose Tax Certificates/Larry Chavez/Betty C. Chavez Law Office Of Ethan Steele, P.C., 145 South 6th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona 85701-2007, (520) 290-0729; Fax (520) 622-0521 e-mail: ethansteelelaw@ qwestoffice.net January 30, 2013 Sent 1st Class Mail and Certified Return Receipt Larry Chavez, Betty C. Chavez, 117 N. Brown Ave., Casa Grande, Arizona 85122; Pinal County Treasurer, P.O. Box 729, Florence, Arizona 85132. Re: Notice Of Intent To Foreclose Tax Certificates Dear Larry Chavez and Betty C. Chavez: A Certificate of Purchase in the amount of delinquent real property taxes has been purchased from the Pinal County Treasurer for the following property: Owners Larry Chavez and Betty C. Chavez; Parcel # 507-06-105A; Legal Description The South Two feet of Lot 8 Block 12, Myers Addition to Casa Grande AND Lots 9 and 10 in Block 12 Myers Addition to Casa Grande, Pinal County recorded in Book 1 of Maps at page 22. Certificate of Purchase # 263300, 292629, 305164, 314742. Please be advised that TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE and if the delinquent taxes are not redeemed on or before March 15, 2013, then I will initiate foreclosure proceedings. The Certificate Holder may be willing to accept a Deed in order to erase your liability for these taxes and avoid litigation. If you wish us to prepare a Deed, please contact our office at the above number. If you wish to redeem the tax lien, you may contact the Pinal County Treasurer, Delinquent Tax Department at (888) 431-1311 to obtain the proper redemption amount. In addition, please provide this office with timely evidence of redemption in order to ensure no litigation will be commenced. Please feel free to contact me with any questions. Law Office of Ethan Steele, P.C. /s/ Ethan Steele Publish: 2/27/13, 3/6/13, 3/13/13, 3/20/13

March 6, 2013

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NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. Name: Land Speed Records, LLC L-1789548-2 II. The address of the known place of business is: 950 W. Oak Tree Ln. San Tan Valley, AZ 85143 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: Stacy Gramazio 950 W. Oak Tree Ln. San Tan Valley, AZ 85143 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: Stacy Gramazio 950 W. Oak Tree Ln. San Tan Valley, AZ 85143 member Chris Gramazio 950 W. Oak Tree Ln. San Tan Valley, AZ 85143 member MINER Legal 2/27/13, 3/6/13, 3/13/13

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Trustee Sale No: 13-26144 Notice Of Trustee’s Sale Recording date: February 15, 2013 The following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust and Assignment of Rents dated October 1, 2009, and recorded on October 9, 2009 in Instrument Number 2009-104891, 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 May 17, 2013 at 11:00AM of said day: Legal: Lot 10, of Model Complex at Morning Sun Farms Phase 1, according to the plat of record in the office of the County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona, recorded in Cabinet D, Slide 123. Except all coal and other minerals as reserved in the Patent recorded in Book 42, page 16, records of Pinal County, Arizona. The street address is purported to be: 2417 W. Morning Sun Circle Queen Creek, AZ 85242 Tax Parcel Number: 509-93-0100 Original Principal Balance: $ 150,000.00 Name and address of original Trustor: Frank C. Merlo, a married man as his sole and separate property 21081 E. Orchid Land Queen Creek, AZ 85242-7005 Name and address of the Beneficiary: Naomi Obie, a married woman as her sole and separate property 6039 Hogan Dr, SE Olympia, WA 98513 Name and address of Trustee: Western Regional Foreclosures, LLC One West Deer Valley Road Suite 103 Phoenix, AZ 85027 The bidding deposit check must be in the form of a Cashier’s Check made payable to Western Regional Foreclosures, LLC. Third party checks will not be accepted. 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. Trustee’s Phone number: 623-581-3262 Sale Information: www.mkcsales.info Dated February 15, 2013 Western Regional Foreclosures, LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, Successor Trustee By: /s/ Susan S. Bouchard, Designated Broker Manner of Trustee Qualification: Real Estate Broker Name of Trustee’s Regulator: Arizona Department of Real Estate State Of Arizona }} ss. County Of Maricopa } On February 15, 2013, before me, the undersigned notary public, personally appeared Susan S. Bouchard, Designated Broker, Western Regional Foreclosures, LLC 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 January 5, 2014 /s/ Tina Biskupiak Notary Public Publish: 3/6/13, 3/13/13, 3/20/13, 3/27/13

Notice of Public Hearing Pinal County Housing and Community Development Department 2013 Annual Agency Plan Notice is hereby given by the Board of Supervisors of Pinal County, Arizona, that a public hearing will be held on Friday, April 12, 2013 at 4:00 PM at the Housing and Community Development Department, 970 North Eleven Mile Corner Road, Casa Grande, AZ. Interested persons may appear and comment on the Department’s 2013 Annual Agency Plan which will be submitted to the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development by March 15, 2013. It is available for review at the Pinal County Housing and Community Development Department office located at 970 North Eleven Mile Corner Road, Casa Grande, Arizona 85194. Persons with disabilities requiring reasonable accommodations should contact Carrie Fike at (520) 866-7219, 1-888-431-1311 or our office location. MINER, CBN, SUN Legal 3/6/13

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RE: Trustee Sale No. 15566-0064 Notice Of Trustee’s Sale And UCC Sale The following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under that certain trust deed dated August 30, 2007, recorded on August 31, 2007, at Document No. 2007-099537, in the Official Records of Pinal County, Arizona, at public auction to the highest bidder on the courthouse steps of the Pinal County Superior Court located at 917 North Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, Florence, Arizona, in Pinal County, on April 30, 2013, at 10:00 o’clock a.m. of said day. A sale under the applicable provisions of the Uniform commercial Code will take place at the same time and place in connection with the property described in that certain UCC financing statement files with the Arizona Secretary of State on September 4, 2007 at 200714904508 and the related Security Agreement. Legal Description: Parcel 3, according to the Final Plat and Map of Dedication for TortosaNW, as set forth in Cabinet E, Slide 90, and Certificate of Correction recorded in Fee No. 2005-062193, records of Pinal County Arizona a/k/a 36351 West Honeycutt Road, Maricopa, Arizona 85138. Tax parcel numbers 502-51-003 Original principal balance $1,100,000.00 Name and address of Original Trustor: Alpine Investors, LLC 16009 N. 81st Street, Suite 200 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Name and address of Original Beneficiary: Pacific Coach, Inc., an Arizona corporation 1702 East Highland, Suite 310 Phoenix, AZ 85016 Name and address of trustee Andrew Abraham, Esq. Burch & Cracchiolo, P.A. 702 East Osborn, Suite 200 Phoenix, Arizona 85014 P.O. Box 16882 Phoenix, Arizona 85011 602-274-7611 Manner of trustee qualification: A member of the State Bar of Arizona Dated this 24th day of January, 2013 /s/ Andrew Abraham, Esq. State Of Arizona ) ) ss. County of Maricopa ) On this, the 24th day of January, 2013, before me the undersigned Notary Public, personally appeared Andrew Abraham, Esq., who acknowledged himself to be the Trustee, and acknowledged that he as such officer, being authorized to do so, executed the foregoing instrument in the capacity thereon stated, for the purposes therein contained. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal. /s/ Stacey Doran Notary Public Notary Expiration Date: 06-25-15 All persons whose interest in the Trust Property is subordinate in priority to that of the above described Deed of Trust may be subject to having such subordinate interest terminated by this Trustee’s Sale. Notice: This Proceeding Is An Effort To Collect A Debt On Behalf Of The Beneficiary Under The Referenced Deed Of Trust. Any Information Obtained Will Be Used For That Purpose. Unless The Loan Is Reinstated, This Trustee’s Sale Proceeding Will Result In Foreclosure Of The Subject Property. Publish: 3/6/13, 3/13/13, 3/20/13, 3/27/13

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NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. Name: Acute Project Management Consulting LLC L-1813201-2 II. The address of the known place of business is: 21142 E. Legend Dr. Red Rock, AZ 85145 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: Andrew Davenport 21142 E. Legend Dr. Red Rock, AZ 85145 Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: manager Andrew Davenport 21142 E. Legend Dr., Red Rock AZ 85145 MINER Legal 3/6/13, 3/13/13, 3/20/13

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Re: Trustee’s Sale No. 2013-02 Notice Of Trustee’s Sale Recorded: 2/15/2013 The following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust, Assignment of Rents and Security Agreement (the “Deed of Trust”) with Mission Property Developers, LLC, as Trustor, and M&I Marshall and Ilsley Bank, as Trustee, dated February 10, 2006, recorded on February 13, 2006, as Instrument No. 2006-021010, in Pinal County, Arizona (the “Records”), at public auction to the highest bidder at the main entrance to the Superior Court Building, 971 N. Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, Florence, AZ on May 22, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. of said day: The East Half Of Parcel 12, Amended Results Of Survey Bonanza Highlands, According To Book 2 Of Maps, Page 192, Section 25, Township 3 South, Range 7 East Of The Gila And Salt River Base And Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona; And Affidavit Of Correction Recorded In 1996-004063, Of Official Records. Except Therefrom All Coal, Oil Gas And Other Minerals Deposits As Reserved In The Patent Recorded In Docket 45, Page 495. The street address is purported to be: Vacant land Pinal County, AZ Tax Parcel Number: 509-19-014B Original Principal Balance: $1,120,000.00 Name And Address Of Original Trustor: Mission Property Developers, LLC 8451 E. High Point Dr. Scottsdale, AZ 85262 Purported Owner of Record: Mission Property Developers, LLC P. O. Box 26270 Scottsdale, AZ 85255 Beneficiary: BMO Harris Bank, N.A. as successor in interest to M&I Marshall and Ilsley Bank 770 North Water Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 Current Trustee: Lawrence C. Petrowski, a member of the Bar of the State of Arizona, c/o Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP, 1850 N. Central Avenue, Suite 2100 Phoenix, Arizona 85004 Telephone: (602) 279-1600 At The Time Of The Sale, All Bidders Must Provide A $10,000.00 Deposit In The Form Of A Cashier’s Check Made Payable To The Trustee As A Condition Of Entering A Bid. After The Sale, The Trustee Or The Agent For The Trustee Will Return The Deposits To All But The Highest Bidder. Dated: February 13, 2013 /s/ Lawrence C. Petrowski Manner Of Trustee Qualification: Member of the Bar of the State of Arizona Bar No. 004423 Name Of Trustee’s Regulator: State Bar of Arizona State Of Arizona ) ) ss. County of Maricopa ) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me February 13, 2013 by Lawrence C. Petrowski, a Member of the Bar of the State of Arizona, Bar No. 004423. Witness my hand and official seal. /s/ Jody L. Oliver Notary Public My commission expires: 6/30/2013 All persons whose interest in the Trust Property is subordinate in priority to that of the above described Deed of Trust may be subject to having such subordinate interest terminated by this Trustee’s Sale. Publish: 3/6/13, 3/13/13, 3/20/13, 3/27/13


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San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, arizona 80. Rentals Two and three bedroom houses with carpet, stove, refrigerator, and fenced, 385-2019.

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• 2 bed, 1 bath with A/C, ceramic floors, indoor laundry, fenced large lot, stove, frig, washer & dryer. $580 / month. • 2 bed, 1 bath, stove, frig, recently refurbished. First month free with year lease. $495 / month. • 2 bed, 1 bath, stove, refrigerator, very clean $450 month. Half off first month’s rent • 3 bed, 1 bath home, stove, frig, fenced front/back yard, new carpet to installed $575 / month. • 3 bed, 1 3/4 bath home with stove, refrigerator, A/C, block wall, garage, very clean and now available. $750 / month.

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Tierra Antigua • 210 Ave B 3B-1Ba, Owner may carry. $69,000 • 928 3rd 3B-1 3/4Ba Owner may carry. $79,000 • 420 Timberline Dr., Oracle 3B-2Ba, .88 acres $250,000

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PEND 120 McNab bdrmING $39,900 SALE 3 303 McNab 3 bdrm $59,900 ING $48,000 PEND SALE 110 6th Ave 4 bdrm RED. 32401 Peppersauce Mine Rd on 40 acres REDUCED to $299,000 ING PEND 206SALE 4th St., $22,000 214 Ave B 4 bdrm lg family room 315 Alta Vista 2 bdrm remodeled $45,000

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SECLUDED 40 ACRE Mountain Ranch. Quiet 5,800’ wilderness setting at the base of towering mesa with beautiful boulder formations. Self sufficient quality loam garden soil, clear air, prime water area, maintained access RV’s ok. Call 1st United for photo brochure, maps, area info. 800-966-6690 Wknds. 602-821-9494. (AzCAN)

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TWO BEDROOM, 1 BATH 609 Webb Move in ready, remodeledPENDING kitchen and bath, A/C, C/L fence, workshop, SALE landscaped. $45,000. 323 Alta Vista Remodeled kitchen, fenced yard, stove & refrigerator. $29,000. TWO BEDROOM, 2 BATH 310 McNab 2 baths, fenced backyard, low care landscaped front yard. $43,900. THREE BEDROOM, 1 BATH 622 4th Ave. Upgraded kitchen, fenced yard, A/C and evap. cooling, newer hot water heater and furnace. $45,990. 124 Webb Dr. Upgraded kitchen, A/C, 20X30 garage. $74,000 112 Park Place Beautiful views. New tile and kitchen cabinets. Enclosed patio. $46,900 325 Alta Vista New Energy Star doors and windows. New red oak hardwood floors. New kitchen & bath. $74,000 210 Douglas This home has remodeled kitchen & bath, C/L fenced backyard, newer carpet, stove, frig & so much more! $71,900. THREE BEDROOM, 1-3/4 BATH 905 Webb Dr. Arizona room with Sotillo tile, A/C, gazebo, den, workshop, vinyl siding, remodeled kitchen and baths, includes all appliances and water softener. $112,000 308 5th Pl. Den, pantry. $83,000 FOUR BEDROOM, 2 BATH 218 5th Pl. New wood laminate flooring, new wood doors and ceiling fans. New kitchen cabinets. Corner lot. $5,000 allowance for new appliances and window coverings. $115,000 202 5th St. Guest quarters (living room, full bath & bedroom), large corner lot, block privacy wall, covered patio & and den. $88,900. FIVE BEDROOM, 2 BATH 418 Ave. B A/C, newer furnace. Flooring allowance. $75,000 Open Monday-Friday After hours or evenings call: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. BILL KELLAM.............................................. 520-603-3944 and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Available by appt. anytime. MIKE GROVER ............................................ 520-471-0171 SHARON FLAKE ......................................... 520-483-0657 JENNIFER COX ........................................... 520-730-4515 DAVE MARTIN ............................................ 520-820-0807 EQUAL PAULA MERTEN-BROKER......................... 520-471-3085 REALTOR HOUSING

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1969 W. Three O’Clock Hil (Status Active) MLS#: 21225421 Outstanding views from this spacious well built home on 3.7 acres on a hilltop in Oracle. The home has large rooms and open livable floor plan masterbath has a large shower and separate jacuzzi tub, 4-car attached garage and 3-car detached garage. $ 299,000

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•Views in every direction from this lovely MH on 1.25 ac., heated swiming pool, horse property, everything you could want! $185,000. •3bd, 1 ba home, fenced yard, in nice neighborhood, 2 car carport. $65,000. •Spacious, well built home on top of the hill, 4-car attached garage, 3-car detached garage on 3.7 ac. $299,000. •Awesome indoor and outdoor living awaits you, 1780 sq. ft. home on 1.25 acres near National Forest. $269,000. •Priced to sell, 1 bd, 2 ba unique home on 2.5 acres, breath taking view in homes only area. $119,500.

•Beautiful 100 year old oak trees surround this 2 bdrm, 3 ba block built home on .85 ac. $224,000. •Incredible remodel 3 bdrm, 3 ba home, everything in this home has been redone, upgraded and/or replaced. $169,900. •2 bedrm, 2 ba, quality strawbale constructed home on 3.25 ac of wood oak paradise. $329,000. •2bd/2ba very well maintained manufactured home sits on 1.25 ac., workshop , rock ramada and plenty of privacy. $89,000. •Incredible remodel 3 bdrm, 3ba home. Everything in this home has been redone, upgraded and/or replaced. $169,900.

•Rare 40 ac parcel, elevation at 4800 ft offers cool summers, own private well and eletric at property line, boarders State land, owner carry considered, $289,000 or 20 ac with well for $170,000. •Great investment property nicely kept home with large master bath. $33,900. •3.31 ac with unbelievable views, located in homes only $150,000. •Stunning 360 degree views on one of the nicest 3 - 4 ac lots in Oracle. $149,000. •.69 ac. unique property among custom built homes, $49,900. •6.1 acres tucked away with fantastic views, beautiful trees and lush vegetation. $135,000. •7.14 ac. in Oracle with 360 deg. views. Can be split, horses allowed, MH or site built ok. $150,000. •1 ac. in homes only area with fantastic views & natural features. $59,900 •Great lot in center of Oracle. Ready to build on, utilities at lot line. $25,000. •Best price for 5 ac. in Oracle area, can be split, shared well. Reduced to $34,900. •Horse Property! Build your home or put a manufactured home on this great 3.34 ac parcel. $109,000. •4 lots, custom home area, submit offers. 2 at $32,000, $45,000 or $75,000. •Commercial property on American Ave. owner has started construction on approximately 6,000 sq. ft. bldg and is including building materials on site. $145,000.

•Choose your own parcel from 1.25 to 3.75 ac., flat, easy to build on, utilities at street. $84,900 to $210,000. •Unique .69 ac parcel, awesome views, no impact fees. $49,900. •One acre with boulders, trees and views, new access off Linda Vista, boulders, views, trees. $84,000. •4 view lots, nice views, custom home area, boulders and trees, owner may carry. $82,000. •2.5 ac land, borders state land, build your custom home, utilities at street. $150,000. •4 beautiful 1 ac home sites, owner may carry, utilities at lot line. $79,000. •Three 3.3 ac. off Linda Vista starting at $129,900. •Beautilful views from this lot in Oracle, utilities at lot line, Perc test done. $69,995. •2.5 ac horse property with great views, site - built or MH. $50,000. •1.25 to 10 ac., buy part or whole, has excellent well, borders State land, no financing necessary, owner will cary. $32,000 - $125,000. •Premium lot with boulders, 1.04 acres of outstanding views, beautiful sunrises and sunsets. $65,000. •1.04 ac premium lot, custom home area, views, views views! $65,000. •1.36 ac. custom home lot with view, boulders, oaks and more. $110,000.

•Reduced move-in ready, 2 bd/2ba $173,000. Seller will pay $2,000 of buyer’s closing costs. Open house daily from March 5th - 12th from 10 am - 6 pm. 222 E 5th St.

•2 bd, 1 ba home, with views, fenced backyard and wood kitchen cabinets. $45,000.

•3 bedroom, 2ba horse property! Get away from it all, 2.5 acres, wood stove, barn, corrals, workshop, hay storage, and your own well! $98,000. •Beautiful views of the Galurio Mountains, lots of vegetation & large Saguaros. $10,000. •Great mountain views from this 3.75 ac. south of Mammoth. $47,000.

•3 bedroom, 2 ba Sonoran views and observatory! Large home on 2.4 acres, mtn views, horse facilities, bordering State land, 2 firepalces, workshop. The perfect home for an outdoor enthusiast! Start your adventure today! $129,000. •4 ac in the Redington area, Mesquite trees, views, private well & septic. $59,000.

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912 W. 4th AVENUE (Status: Active) MLS#: 21303624 3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty. Ceramic tile floor throughout home with matching cermanic tile baseboards, updated oak cabinets in kitchen and bathroom, ceiling fans in all bedrooms. $ 52,000

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