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Dailey Yogurt N’ More!

Click on the Cover of the October 15, 2018 Issue to view The San Tan Times, or scroll down to see each article!

Road Work & Travel Advisory For The Week Starting October 15, 2018

Several updates on projects in the Queen Creek, Gilbert, Chandler and San Tan Valley areas.

Get To Know Your Candidate: Louis Bacchi

The position of Constable is up for election in November. Learn what the responsibilities are for that position and learn about one of the candidates.

Improvement In Hydrogen Sulfide Levels

For the first time in several weeks, there were no hydrogen sulfide exceedances at Section 11 WWTP.

Action shot!

Action shot! The little one is all legs and doesn’t seem quite sure how to use them.

2019 National Merit Scholarship Program

Congratulations to 12th grade student Carson Child. He has been named a Commended Student in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program.

AZGFD Revamps Look Of big game Hunt permit-tags

Arizona hunters who were successful in the recent 2018 fall draw probably noticed some big changes to their mailed hunt permit-tags.

Calling All Horses, Dogs and Critters

Ready for Queen Creek’s pet costume contest at Pet 1Trunk or Treat! Presented by Rodeo Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram, an Earnhardt Dealership.

Hiring Event

Arizona at Work and Core Civic Red Rock Facility are looking for Correctional Officers.

Too Many Dogs!

Pinal County Animal Care And Control is flooded with adoptable, adorable, and furry friends.

The Witch’s Broom

Witch’s broom is an abnormal growth that occurs on many southwestern plants, especially the blue palo verde.

JU Customers To Receive Rate Reduction

Rates will be decreasing and a one time credit can be expected forJohnson Utilities customers.