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211.5 acres of land in Casa Grande sells for $2.53M

NAI Horizon facilitated the $2.53 million sale of a swath of land in Casa Grande, Arizona, that had been listed with NAI Horizon 14 years ago as the proposed Morado Hills Industrial Park. The property sits +/-1.5 miles directly north of and across Interstate 8 from the 2,360-acre Attesa Motorsports...
CASA GRANDE, AZ
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Walton Global Sells 92 Acres of Land in Eloy

Walton Global, a real estate investment and land asset management company with $3.6 billion under management, has sold 92 acres of land in the city of Eloy, Ariz. The property is an industrial zoned project within a partially developed master plan called Sunshine Industrial. “The City of Eloy has experienced...
ELOY, AZ
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Silver King Mine: a shiny nugget of Pinal County history

Two miners standing in front of a 20-stamp mill at Pinal CityArizona Geological Survey. (SUPERIOR, AZ) - The mining of precious minerals in the 1800’s is a rich part of Arizona’s history. While Arizona is known for the copper boom, there are many other minerals - like silver and other metals - that played a key role in the mining industry and later led to the population boom in our state.
PINAL COUNTY, AZ
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UPDATE: YAVAPAI COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE INVESTIGATING FATAL SHOOTING

The man in the fatal shooting that occurred at 7:15 pm Saturday southwest of Sedona has been named as 53-year-old David Chesney of Queen Creek. YCSO deputies were dispatched to what was originally thought to be shots fired in the area of Red Rock Crossing in Sedona. When deputies reached the scene, they found one man was deceased and two others being detained by Sedona PD until YCSO arrived.
SEDONA, AZ
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No. 50: St. David overpowers Mogollon in second half to win 1997 Class 1A state title

GAME SUMMARY: St. David completed a perfect 11-0 season under coach John Bryant with the victory, taking advantage of a botched onsides kick attempt by Mogollon after the Mustangs cut the lead to four points with a touchdown in the first possession of the second half. After Mogollon (9-2) cut St. David’s lead to 22-18 four minutes into the third quarter on a flea-flicker pass from Eric “Goose” Gaylord to quarterback Ben Tenney, St. David put together four consecutive touchdown possession to pull away. Three of the scores were accounted for by junior quarterback Greg Mortenson.
APACHE JUNCTION, AZ
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