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  • March 6, 2015

Florence Reminder Blade Tribune

Spring Fling parade

Caliente park residents celebrate the season Saturday morning in their annual parade.

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  • SS tax billed erroneously for 30 years

    The town of Florence improperly withheld Social Security taxes from firefighters’ paychecks for perhaps 30 years until last year.

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  • Magic Ranch likely won’t vote

    Chances of residents in the pending annexation areas being able to vote in the town’s  May 19 special election are looking remote. With annexa…

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  • Police still seeking answers in Feb. 19 fatal hit-and-run

    The Florence Police Department is asking for the community’s help with information regarding a hit-and-run fatality involving a pedestrian tha…

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  • Alcohol, speed blamed in fatal crash

    SAN TAN VALLEY — A speeding car overturned, caught fire and exploded late Sunday, killing a 27-year-old woman, the sheriff’s department reported.

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  • Briggs Realty

    Sara Lucas-Briggs, with assistance from associates Mary Buchli and Courtney Ramirez, cuts the Florence Chamber of Commerce’s ceremonial ribbon…

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  • 1st responders, classic cars featured at fair

    SAN TAN VALLEY — Got a taste for classic cars, street rods or cool rides? How about helicopters, firefighters, S.W.A.T. teams or K9 Search and…

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  • Good flood insurance rating

    The Pinal County Board of Supervisors was pleased to learn that Pinal County achieved a remarkable starting classification of “7” on its first…

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  • Babeu says the auditors are wrong

    A contract Pinal County had with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement that was losing millions annually for the county is one Sheriff Paul…

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  • Developer plans major rehab of 58 low-rent apts.

    The Town Council agreed to give up $80,000 worth of construction-related fees to help a developer’s application for funding to rehabilitate three affordable housing complexes.

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  • Historic District: Groups rally for Cuen House

    The historic but badly rundown Francisco Cuen House is getting one last chance at survival.

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    DEAR ABBY: My husband and I are both Caucasian. Recently, we adopted a beautiful mixed-race baby girl. She’s Vietnamese, African-American and …

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