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    Give the Gift of the Outdoors; Purchase Annual Passes Online and Check State Parks on your Taxes

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    Phoenix- For families looking for the perfect gift, why not get an Annual Pass to Arizona’s State Parks? Beginning in […]


    Pinal County Economic Development Director: “A Good Foundation for the Future is in Place”

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    FLORENCE – Pinal County’s Economic Development Director Tim Kanavel says that 2014 saw the Board of Supervisors take tremendous steps […]


    Man Found Guilty of Having Child Pornography

    December 16th, 2014
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    PINAL COUNTY- An Apache Junction man is behind bars awaiting sentencing after being found guilty of having child pornography on his […]


    Ledger Athlete of the Week: Josh Zaker

    December 16th, 2014
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    JUNIOR – POSTON BUTTE HIGH SCHOOL
    SPORTS: BASKETBALL SPORTS: BASKETBALL When did you start playing basketball and what do you love about the sport? I started playing basketball in the


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    Coyotes’ baseball players give back to the community

    December 16th, 2014
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    Southeast Valley Ledger Youths from three East Valley Boys and Girls Clubs (EVBGC) participated in a baseball clinic hosted by players and coaches of the Combs High School varsity baseball


    Johnson’s buzzer beater seals Copper Cities championship for Combs

    December 16th, 2014
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    Southeast Valley Ledger After finishing as runners up each of the last three years, the Combs boys’ basketball team was determined to claim the 34th Annual Copper Cities Tournament Championship


    Bulldogs top Broncos in OT thriller

    December 16th, 2014
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    Southeast Valley Ledger The Bulldogs needed every one of senior guard Benji Rios-Lazo’s game-high 28 points and overtime last Thursday to defeat a cross-town rival for the second time in