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Click on the Cover of the February 18, 2019 Issue to view The San Tan Times, or scroll down to see each article!

Weather Forecast February 18 - 24, 2019

It looks like another cold and wet week in the area next week with rain forecasted for Monday, Thursday, and Friday.

Rescue Dogs Of The Week

Meet Daiquiri, and Big Sister two amazing dogs that Pinal County Animal Care and Control have available for adoption right now.

San Tan Valley Road Work & Travel Advisory

Hunt Highway Phase & Gantzel Road Improvements Project UPDATE. Hunt Highway Project is entering Phase 7 of the planned road work. Phase 7 is scheduled to run through the end of April of 2019.

Pinal County District 2 Town Hall

A Town Hall event with Pinal County Board of Supervisors Mike Goodman and Pinal County Public Works is scheduled for March 12, 2019.

Student Athletes Of The Month

Local businesses taking part in local education. See what these businesses are doing and what student athletes were selected for this month.

Low Cost Vaccination and Licensing Clinic

Pinal County Animal Care and Control is holding a low cost vaccination and licensing clinic in Florence next Saturday February 23, 2019

San Tan Heights Community Center

Grand Opening This Saturday! The new community center is open. See what it offers to San Tan Heights and to the rest of the community.The Survey has been put together by Supervisor Goodman’s office. Learn more and take the survey.

Queen Creek Road Work & Travel Advisory

Several projects have completed in Queen Creek while others are still ongoing. Stay on top of what may affect your commute. 

Fishing Report

Storms and run-off are still saturating the state and increasing flowing into many of our waters. Bartlett Lake already has risen to 47-percent full.