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San Carlos Apache Gaming Enterprise donates $5,000 to local Fire Department in the wake of the Margo Fire

SCAT and SCAGE is committed to supporting our local and surrounding communities  San Carlos, Ariz. – As Arizona braces for another year of devastating wildfires.  One local community has already felt the impact early last month.  According to the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management, the human-caused Margo Fire, …

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Planting seeds of opportunity in Superior Arizona. Upcoming Meet Up April 22.

SUPERIOR- The Town of Superior, Arizona is known as a destination for it’s unspoiled nature, rich heritage and elevated outdoor adventures. But what you may not know is that Superior is also planting the seeds of entrepreneurial opportunities by partnering with SEED SPOT. SEED SPOT is an internationally award-winning entrepreneurship …

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Celebrating CASA Volunteers for National Volunteer Month

Gila County, AZ —April 12, 2021 – April is National Volunteer Month and CASA of Gila County expresses their deepest appreciation for the men and women who stand up for abused and neglected children in Arizona. These dedicated Count Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers are making a difference in children’s …

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O’Driscoll acknowledges community partners in success of vaccination program

By: Michael O’Driscoll COVID-19 has placed a tremendous amount of stress on all the residents and businesses of Gila County since January of 2020. When Gila County and our community partners began vaccinating residents I was convinced that we would be successful if we all worked together to get as …

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Chairman Rambler responds to withdrawal of Resolution Copper FEIS

San Carlos Apache Reservation Chairman Terry Rambler Today, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that it is directing the Tonto Nation Forest to rescind the Final Environmental impact Statement and draft Record of Decision for the proposed Resolution Copper Mine. This action stops the transfer of Oak Flat, land that …

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Arizona Snowbowl Home to the World’s Best Spring Break

    Non-Skiers & Snowboarders Will Enjoy Snowbowl’s New Scenic Gondola Rides, Protected From the Elements    All lift tickets must be purchased online   FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – With over ten feet of natural snow on the mountain and lift tickets starting as low as $29 beginning March, 1, 2021, Arizona Snowbowl offers the …

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Rep. David Cook sponsors bill to increase unemployment assistance to Arizonans

Working Together to Help Unemployed Arizonans There are two basic questions to ask about today’s unemployment assistance benefits: 1) Is $240 per week enough for a family to live on while unemployed?  2) Is unemployment supposed to be income replacement or a temporary safety net to bridge the gap and …

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Objection period ends March 1 for Tonto’s proposed decision on copper mine

PHOENIX, February 10, 2021 — For Immediate Release. Interested parties who previously submitted formal comments about the Resolution Copper Project and Land Exchange have until March 1 to file an objection to the Tonto’s proposed decision. Guest ContributorGuest Contributors include press releases, guest authors, and columnists who contribute less than 4 …

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