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Mayer High principal, AD, coach Jeff Duncan, 56, dies of cancer  Prescott Daily Courier

Despite his diagnosis, Jeff Duncan continued to work full time and coached basketball. (Doug Cook/Courier file). mugshot photo. By Doug Cook | dougout_dc.



Ray High School 1914 – 2014: A historical look at our local school  Copper Basin News

As Homecoming 2014 approaches, a little history of Ray High School is in order. A little research revealed a little about the old school, which turned into a lot of ...



Curt Cook leaves Ray School District; board approves 'separation settlement'  Copper Basin News

At the Ray School District Board meeting held on July 12, 2018, the Board approved a separation agreement with Administrator Curt Cook. Cook no longer ...



Profile: Mayer principal, AD, coach Jeff Duncan facing Stage IV cancer head-on  The Daily Courier

Mayer principal, athletic director and boys basketball coach Jeff Duncan, shown here in the main gym during girls basketball practice Dec. 20, has been battling ...



Along the Gila: Copper Basin Helps Celebrate Arizona Trail in a Day  Copper Basin News

Azure Sullivan and Lindsey Wittenbuk, teachers in Casa Grande, sign the Kearny trail logbook, which is kept at Old Time Pizza. The two work with Kearny Mayor ...



Kearny Elks helping schools with donation for supplies  Copper Basin News

Frank Buso of the Kearny Elks presents a check for $250 to Shelly Pacheco at the Ray Elementary School. The funds will be used for school supplies.



Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce 2019 Video Contest - Copper Area News Publishers providing news coverage for Eastern Pinal and Southern Gila Counties  Copper Basin News

The Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce and local businesses have come together to create a contest for everyone that can make a short film. In this film ...



Ray High School's 1965 championship football team to be honored  Copper Basin News

The Arizona Interscholastic Association has announced that the 1965 Ray District High School Championship Football Team will be honored at half-time of the ...



Ray High School inducts seven into National Honor Society  Copper Basin News

Seven high school students have been selected for membership in the Ray Junior Senior High School Chapter of the National Honor Society this 2017-2018 ...



Copper Basin Chamber director steps down - Copper Area News Publishers providing news coverage for Eastern Pinal and Southern Gila Counties  Copper Basin News

Last week the Board of the Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce received the news that Veronica Bracamonte had given her resignation with a two-week notice ...



Kearny artist finds beauty in the small details  Copper Basin News

Jennifer Cude is a local artist living in Kearny, AZ. But “artist” is only a fraction of the titles she's earned. In addition to being an artist, Jennifer is a wife, mother, ...



Ray High School's 1992 Men's Basketball State Championship team honored  Copper Basin News

The Ray High School 1992 Championship Basketball Team. Back row left to right: Geronimo Lorona and son representing Assistant coach Rick Lorona, Sergio ...



Copper Basin area Little League All Stars announced  Copper Basin News

Summertime in Arizona brings the end of the Little League season and the announcements of the All-Stars Teams. Copper Basin area Little Leagues are no ...



BLM seeks public comment on proposed Ray Land Exchange with ASARCO mining company; Proposal could create Arizona jobs while improving public land access  Copper Basin News

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeking public comment on a proposed land exchange that offers the potential to retain and create hundreds of ...



Kelly Haddad to be honored Friday; admin building in Kearny to be renamed  Copper Basin News

The late Kelly Haddad, a long time Justice of the Peace and political figure in Pinal County, is being honored with the renaming of the Pinal County Kearny ...



Election 2018: Who's running for office in the Copper Corridor?  Copper Basin News

August 28th, voters will head to the polls to vote in the primary elections for Congressional District One, Legislative District Eight, County Recorder and Justice of ...



Six young ladies vie for Pioneer Days Queen, Jr. Queen titles  Copper Basin News

The 2017 Pioneer Days Queen contestants have been hard at work for several weeks earning points to see who will wear the crowns. Along with selling raffle ...



Kearny doctor's medical license suspended over alleged overprescribing of opioid pain medications  Copper Basin News

A Kearny doctor has had his medical license suspended by the Arizona Medical Board (AMB) following interim findings that he continued to write prescriptions ...



Wallace Kenney selected as Kearny Chief of Police  Copper Basin News

The Kearny Town Council swore in their permanent police chief Wallace Kenney on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017. The Town had been without a permanent chief for ...



Kelvin Bridge Replacement officially open – in memory of Stephani Yesenski  Copper Basin News

Following more speeches and the ribbon cutting ceremony, the first official car was allowed to cross the bridge. Jackie Mann and Stephani's best friend Marcy ...



For Sahuarita's Bryan Huie, the payoff comes when his players sign  Arizona Daily Star

The Yankees scout has helped turn local standouts into college players, pros.



Pioneer Days Queens/Jr. Queens host annual fashion show  Copper Basin News

The 2018 Pioneer Days Queens' Fashion show was hosted by Erica Flores. Pictured from left are contestants, Tahni Kame, Ariza Castillo, Erica Flores, Mia ...



Owen O'Brien indicted on felony charges - Copper Area News Publishers providing news coverage for Eastern Pinal and Southern Gila Counties  Copper Basin News

Owen O'Brien Jr. has been indicted by the Pinal County Grand Jury on three felony counts in Pinal County. O'Brien, the former Superintendent of Ace Pipe ...



CCYS Copperheads dominates at USSSA Veteran's Salute NIT, now ranked second in the nation  Copper Basin News

Coach John Petty – Russell Long – Rene Ochoa – Kaleb Petty – Nathaniel Meza – Alejandro Lorona – Nicholas Moore – Izak Viallobos – Jayven Salazar ...



Long awaited completion of the Kelvin Bridge Replacement Project finally here after 20 years of effort  Copper Basin News

FLORENCE, AZ – – A bridge that has been in use for over 100 years is nearing the end of having to see vehicular traffic travel over it on a daily basis. The Kelvin ...



Tamatha Villar sworn in as police chief for Hayden, Mammoth  Copper Basin News

On June 1, she officially took her place at the helm of the Hayden and Mammoth Police Departments as chief. One of the things Villar is most excited about is the ...



Pioneer Days 2017 plans new carnival – Brown Amusements - Copper Area News Publishers providing news coverage for Eastern Pinal and Southern Gila Counties  Copper Basin News

Pioneer Days is approaching and it is time to acquaint you with the new carnival that will be providing the entertainment that makes Pioneer Days fun.



Imerys Perlite USA Inc. invites public to tour facility in Superior  Copper Basin News

In conjunction with North American Minerals Days, Imerys Perlite USA Inc. in Superior invites the public to take a tour of the mine and plant. The event is ...



Behind the Scenes: ASARCO Hayden Smelter Improvements - Copper Area News Publishers providing news coverage for Eastern Pinal and Southern Gila Counties  Copper Basin News

ASARCO Hayden Smelter Operations have begun the major improvements and repairs to the facilities and equipment in Hayden. The upgrades and ...



Head-on collision kills one, injures two north of Winkelman  Copper Basin News

The accident occurred at 7:23 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 17, on Highway 77 at milepost 145, north of Winkelman. According to Quentin Mehr, Public Information ...



Memorial Day Tribute: Lest We Forget (from the Copper Corridor)  Copper Basin News

During war times, small town America has always answered the call to duty. Many of their young men have been killed in action. One of the most extraordinary ...



Tide of teenagers visit campus for HSET Day  GCU Today

Story by Laurie Merrill Photos by Darryl Webb GCU News Bureau. Aruba Siddikqi and Jazlyn Leon are only in 10th grade, but they already know they want ...



Lobos barely hold off surging Wildkats | Sports  Eastern Arizona Courier

DUNCAN – With the Lobos in town, the Wildkats looked to bounce back from last week's lost and to get back into their winning ways. Unfortunately the Lobos ...



Arizona Game and Fish release 31 Bighorn Sheep into the Galiuro Mountains  Copper Basin News

New residents of the Araivaipa Canyon in the Galiuro Mountains. Photo courtesy Mark Hart, AZ Game & Fish. On Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016, with little fanfare, the ...



Lobos' Cruz heads pair of All-State Teams  Copper Basin News

Hayden senior Brandon Cruz was one of three Lobos named to the AIA 1A Football All-Conference Team. The 5-foot-10, 160-pound running back was also ...



Proposed ADEQ rules for limiting smelter lead dust, sulfur dioxide emissions open to public comment  Copper Basin News

Interested parties have until Jan. 9 to provide input on regs affecting Hayden, Miami copper smelters. Asarco's Hayden Smelter. Citizens and businesses have ...



Ray graduate named Chief Nursing Officer at CVRMC  Copper Basin News

RoseAnn Garcia, RN, BAS, M. ADM., accepted the position of Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) for Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center (CVRMC) and began her ...



Lobos hang on to defeat Ash Fork, 44-30 - Copper Area News Publishers providing news coverage for Eastern Pinal and Southern Gila Counties  Copper Basin News

The game had two different halves: the Lobos dominated in the first half and with the Lobo starters on the bench for most of the second half it was all Spartans in ...



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