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Back in 2004 the groundwork began on organizing the first state-chartered bank in Pinal County in at least 20 years.
Gold Canyon Bank opened on April 26.
Duane Earll, Gold Canyon
When Harold Christ set out in 1974 to develop the area now known as Gold Canyon, there was no water, enough telephone wiring for one telephone — and lots of open desert and opportunities. Today, the 9 square miles of incorporated area of Pinal County has more than 10,000 people, $1 million homes, a resort, five golf courses and its own ZIP code.
Apache Junction isn’t ready to let its neighbor Gold Canyon become a city.
Gold Canyon leaders have banded together to come up with a long-term development plan for the burgeoning community, a union that some people see as a step toward becoming a city.
A lightning strike near Gold Canyon started a 2,000-acre fire before it was brought under control Tuesday.
When you mark your calendar with art events in December, save room for art events in Apache Junction. That's right, Apache Junction, that quaint little collection of trailer parks and retirement communities nestled in the shadows of the majestic Superstition Mountains. AJ is perhaps Arizona's best kept secret when it comes to art and art related events.
One person was killed and a deputy was injured in a crash in Pinal County late Thursday.
A 3-year-old Gold Canyon boy whose father pulled his body out of a family swimming pool earlier this week has died.
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office is looking for a man who a 12-year-old Gold Canyon girl says kidnapped her Wednesday.
The LPGA said Thursday the 2009 Phoenix LPGA International tournament will be held at the Papago Golf Course in Phoenix after spending five years at the Superstition Mountain Golf and Country Club near Gold Canyon.
The 2009 LPGA International tournament will be held at Papago Golf Course in Phoenix after spending five years at Superstition Mountain Golf and Country Club in Gold Canyon.
Three donated truckloads of concrete and three hours later, a 28-foot-deep mine shaft in a popular outdoor area near Gold Canyon became just a bad memory Monday morning.
FILL 'ER UP: Volunteers watch as donated concrete fills a 28-foot-deep mine shaft Monday on state land near Gold Canyon. With Arizona's budget strained, the state mine inspector is urging more companies to volunteer materials and manpower to fill in some of the open mine shafts around Arizona.
The Arizona Corporation Commission has decided to reconsider a recently approved increase in sewer service rates for some Gold Canyon residents that nearly doubled the cost.
Gold Canyon residents are fuming over a private owner’s recent listing of the former Gold Canyon Fire Station for twice its 2006 sale price.