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Sen. McCain visits Resolution Copper project

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 15th, 2014
Superior -- It's not often you see a decorated U.S. senator in full mining regalia, complete with hard hat, coveralls, and an emergency breathing apparatus.
But that was the case on the afternoon of Oct. 7, when Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) visited Resolution Copper's east plant near Superior. McCain not only visited with employees and gave a short speech, but

Appeals court upholds Renzi’s conviction

Modified: Wednesday, Oct 15th, 2014
Washington, D.C. -- A federal appeals court Thursday upheld the fraud, racketeering and public corruption convictions of former Arizona Rep. Rick Renzi, rejecting a slew of challenges from him and co-defendant James Sandlin.
Renzi, who represented Arizona's 1st District in Congress from 2003 to 2009, was convicted of siphoning money from his insurance business to his campaign and of trying

Fire departments wear pink to support breast cancer awareness

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 8th, 2014
Members of the Globe and Canyon fire departments and the Tri-City Fire District pose for a picture last week. Throughout the month of October, firefighters from all three departments will wear pink shirts to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. October is also Fire Prevention Month; see more on pages A10 and A11.

Supreme Court to hear Arizona lawmakers’ redistricting challenge

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 8th, 2014
Washington, D.C. -- The Supreme Court said Thursday it will hear the Arizona Legislature's challenge to a voter-passed law that gave an independent, nonpartisan commission, not lawmakers, the power to draw legislative and congressional district boundaries.
Lower courts have rejected the claim by Republican lawmakers that it is unconstitutional for an unelected body to draw district lines, a duty that they say

Payson woman sentenced to 1.5 years for assaulting police officer

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 8th, 2014
Payson -- Gila County Attorney Bradley D. Beauchamp announced that on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, 45-year-old Payson resident Leetta Lynn Steward was sentenced to 1.5 years in prison for assaulting Payson Police Officer Chris McDonough.
On Oct. 24, 2012, Officer McDonough stopped a vehicle driven by Steward. During contact with Steward, Officer McDonough informed her that there was an

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