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Page 2 Superior Sun, Superior, Arizona Wednesday, March 9, 2011 Superior Police Report According to state law, there are twd methods by which police may arrest suspected offenders. The suspect may be physically taken into the department and booked into jail, or the arresting officer may write a citation and release the suspect to appear in court later. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Only criminal citations are listed. All damage amounts are estimates. Items are given to The Superior Sun by the Superior Police De- partment and reflect information available at the time the report is compiled. Feb. 16 Burglary was reported in the 600 block of Crowe Street. Feb. 16 An accident was reported in the area of Main Street. Feb. 16 Theft was reported in the 300 block of Bridge S!reet. Feb. 18 Burglary was reported in "the 100 block of Gorham Street. Feb. 19 Burglary was reported in the zero block of McKelveyville Road. Feb. 19 Possible theft was reported in the 500 block of Gibbs Street. Feb. 19 Burglary was reported iffthe 5()0 block of Moffatt Street. Feb. 19 An accident was reported on Highway 60 near milepost 229. ' Feb. 21 An accident was reported on Highway 60. Feb. 21 A theft report was made at the police station. Feb. 21 Trespassing was reported in the 400 block of Gibbs Street. Feb. 22 A possible accident was reported in the 800 block of Western 800 block of Western Avenue. Feb. 23 Teresa Villalobos, 45, Supe- rior, was arrested on a warrant issued out of Pinal County. Feb. 23 Vehicle theft was reported in the 200 block of Kellner Avenue. Feb. 24 Theft was reported in the 300 block of Terrace Drive. the 100 block of South Avenue. Feb. 26 A possible violatioh of a court order was reported in the 100 block of Arnett Drive. Feb. 27 The violation of a court order was reported to police at the police station. Feb. 27 Assault was reported in the Feb. 25 An accident was reported on 400 block of Highlands Drive. Highway 60 near milepost 229. Feb. 25 An accident was reported in the area of Mary and Golf Course Roads. Feb. 25 Theft was reported in the 500 block of Heiner Drive. Feb. 26 Criminal damage was Feb. 27 An unnamed person was arrested and turned over to Globe Police Department. Feb. 28 Possible harassment was re- ported to police at the police station. March 1 Violation of a court order was reported in the 400 block of was arrested and charged with ag- gravated assault. Calls not listed include four 911 hang-ups, six citizen assists, 35 traffic offenses, two civil matters, 12 distur- bances, 15 suspicious activity reports, five medical calls, two juvenile problems, six animal complaints, five agency assists, one fire call, four wel- fare checks, three attempts to locate, 10 alarm drops, one utility problem and one information call. Citizens are reminded to call Silent Witness at 1-800-358-INFO, Crime Stop at 689:5611 or the Information Tip Line at 520-827-0065 if they have Avenue , reported on Highway 60. Picket Post Drive. information that may help the police ~////'/,/'~J////// ///////'J]'//////,~ Feb. 23 Theft was reported in the Feb. 26 Threatening was reported in March 1 Derek Lopez, 21, Superior, department in solving a crime Los ]-]ermanos Town offer tobuy Roosevelt now on the table, urgent Restaurant and Lounge ,--,, .r ,-- need funds from copper company tobe spht four ways C)pCgg E/ { J" By Cindy Tracy discussed this idea for Roosevelt. Jed abasicfour-waysplitofurgentneed Council Member Hank Gutierrez o" ' .~ The question of whether the Town Lant of the Public Works Department funding from Resolution Copper to also presented a proposed plan for Ca|l in your order- 689-5465 ofSuperior will acquire the Roosevelt said the building is in good shape but take care of four areas of concem the funding. His plan would spread School Site for use as a town center needs roof repairs and some other for the town. The $200,000 available the funds over a number of uses. He 835 Hwy 60, Superior and/or recreation facility or other use work. represented 2010 and 2011 alloca- listed specific project ideas under >~-"/////f~'/'//~////(,//////f]'f////S,/-~, is back in the court of the Superior That is where matters stood as of+ tions of $100,000 each from the five areas: Town Hall Communica- school district, the March 3 council meeting where copper company under a mutual aid tions, Economic Sustainability and Both town and school district have, the council voted to submit an offer agreement. Development, Environmental, Social been talking for some time about to the school to buy Roosevelt for The areas included Roosevelt roof and Public Safety, His estimated the town buying the historic but still $120,000 payable over 30 years. The and other repairs, the wastewater figures for the projects included useable site where generations of school board has not yet moved to treatment plant, the Magma building other sources of funding and were ' Superiorites attended school. The accept or reject that offer, and an additional police vehicle. If predicated on the $100,000 2010 building and whatever grounds would Meanwhile, a related topic at funds are left over from these uses, Resolution allocation. go with the sale are located in the the council meeting also involved they are to be applied to other proj- The vote for the four-way split Was heart of Superior downtown and Roosevelt. The council voted to do ects needed. 6-1, with Gutierrez opposed. THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF SUPERIOR f O0 Magma A venue Superior, AZ 85273 Pastor Jeanne Evenson Worship Service Sunday: 10 a.m. Coffee & Fellowship immediately following worship. Youth Group for 71h,12th graders Sunday Afternoon. Our church is open for prayer the 2d Wednesday of every month. 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Aft are welcome. Anonymous prayer box located at the Save Money Market. We will pray for your Phone: 689-2631 ro be included in the weekl church listings, call the Superior Sun at 520-363-5554. Family Life Christian Center 56 Kellner A ve. Schedule of Services Saturday Bible Study 6 pm & Healing Prayer Sunday Worship 10:30 am Everyone is Welcome Pastor Dennis & Sandy VanGorp Office 689.2202 Assembly of God New Life Church New Life Fellowship Inc. 955 W. Main Street (520) 827.9116 Sunday Morning Service: 10 am Sunday Youth Group (ages 5-12): 4 pm Wednesday Bible Study: 7 pm Friday Youth Group(13-18): 6:30 pm (located at Robert & Linda Doane, 658 W. Wight St., 520-483-2917) Pastor Mel Korb Everyone welcome Non-denominational We are a grace based Evangelical Church. SAINT FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC CHURCH 11 Church Avenue MASS SCHEDULE: Saturday, 5 p.m. Sunday, 9 and 11 a.m. Monday- Friday 9 a.m. Confession: Saturday 4-4:40 p.m. or upon request Rectory and Parish Office, 689-2250 Rev. Mark Long SUPERIOR FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 921 Belmont Street PASTOR JOE PALMER 689-5751, Please leave a message WHERE EVERYBODY IS SOMEBODY AND CHRIST IS EVERYTHING! Sunday Morning Worship Service 9:00am Sunday School 10:15am Sunday Evening Worship Service 6:00pm Thursday Evening Study and Prayer 6:00pm The Potters House of Superior we are located at 501 Lobb Ave. (the old medical clinic) (928) 812-2499 ~rvices Thursday's 7:00 pm Pastor Richard Kidd Everyone is welcome Nursery Provided could prove ideal for recreation or 'S i HighScho 1 other community use. uper or o The school district, for its part, has been openly looking at ways to get ,h.tprope+tot etown orthecom releases third quarter munity at a nominal cost. The district can't afford to maintain the building honor ro l ls as by law structures that do not house students aren't eligible for repairs or maintenance using district capital funding. Roosevelt dates back to 1910 when it was constructed as an elementary school. Harding Elementary on Main Street, now the district bus barn, was built in 1922. John F. Kennedy Elementary was constructed on what is now the current campus for the entire district on Mary Drive that encompasses the junior-senior high, football field and more. The district's administrative offices were moved from Roosevelt to Kennedy in 2008. Roosevelt has seen life as an elementary, a junior high, administra- tive offices, and for years its band room housed not only a district music program but was the regular meeting venue for Superior Unified School District Governing Board meetings. Portions of the building have been renovated and leased out as well. Outdoor areas have been a town/ school joint park under terms of a longstanding grant. The location of this "heritage" park will be moved when the district divests itself of the property. Recent rounds of negotiations about the possibility of the school leasing the property long-term to the town for a nominal fee shifted gears recently. Legal advisors held that a school district could not lease or sell property at less than market value. The thought then became that the dis- trict could sell the site to the town at the previously assessed market value" and provide a long-term payoff plan. This would transfer Roosevelt to the town for community use and provide for low annual payments. At a Superior Town Council "re- treat" a few weeks ago, the council Dr. Stephens Triplett, Board Certified and Hospi- tal Privileged OB/GYN is accepting new patients. If you are expecting, Dr. Triplett looks forward to assisting you with your prenatal care and the deliv- ery of your new little one--close to home and family. Also, serving women in the health of their reproductive system. Honor rolls Superior High School has released its honor roils for the third quartermof the 2010-2011 school year. Students named to the Honor Roll are: Jesse Aguilar, Ariel Alonzo, Kiyoko Alonzo, Ashley Barreras, Maria Barreras, Andrea Betancourt, Grace Cal- houn, Ana Campos, Sabrina Castillo, Jessica Castro, Ryan Everhart, Morgan Flanagan, Chris Floyd, Natasha Floyd, Jessica Fraijo, Louie Fuentes, Nicole Godinez, James Gonzales, Christine Grap, Chris Grap, Jeneca Hernandez, Linda Jones, Michael Hra, Kathleen Lucas, Lorena Medrano, Nicole Montoya, Monica Ochoa, Simon Ochoa, Mariza Padilla, Allysia Perea, Aliya Perez, Gilbert Romero, Kiara Romero, James Roten, Yulissa Sandoval, Eric Smith, Ethan Stevenson, Justenne Urquijo, Korteney Urquijo, Eva Villalobos, Chris Villaverde, Shayna Wickwire and Jesse Zavala. listed for Superior Junior High School Superior Junior High School has released its honor rolls for the third quarter of the 2010-2011 school year. Students named to the Honor Roll are: Ange!a Campos, Erin Contreras, Maria Cruz- Basoco, Anthony De- nogean, Brianna Denogean, Lindsay Duarte, Hunter Flanagan, Gabriella Kipp, Ivie Lopez, Megan Mashaw, Cierra Navarrette, Richard Ochoa, Elias Olmos, Yanira Romero, Ga- brielle Saicido, Ariana San Miguel, Cody Schcolnick, Phalicitee Thomas,. Ciarra Villaverde, Richelle Villegas and Matthew Zavala. TIP TALK Once in a while, or even more often, extreme pizza thoughts possess the spirit of the entity known as TIP Easter Bunny bring REAL to Arizona since 1944. wwwlhickmanseggs.com The uperior Sun USPS 529-320 James Carnes ..................................... Advertising Manager Michael Carnes .... " ........................ - ......... General Manager Jennifer Carnes ............................................ Managing Editor Cindy Tracy ................................. ' .............. Reporter Taylor Ritter ................................................ Reporter Lana Jones ................................................ Reporter John Hernandez ........................................ Reporter Email: jenniferc@MinerSunBasin.com; cindyt@MinerSunBasin.com; cbnsun@MinerSunBasin.c0m; taylorr@MinerSunBasin.com; michaelc@MinerSunBasin.com www.copperarea.com 'I Published each Wednesday in Superior, Arizona by Copper Area News Publishers. Subscription rates in advance: $35.50 per year or $31.50 for 6 months in Pinal County; $40.50 per year or $36.50 for 6 months elsewhere in the U.S. Change of address should be sent to the publishers at P.O. Box 579, Kearny, AZ 85237. Member: Arizona Newspaper Association, National Newspaper Association. Second class postage is paid at Superior, Arizona. Postmaster: Address changes to The Superior Sun, P.O. Box 579, Kearny, AZ 85237. Telephone (520) 363-5554 or (520) 689-2436 Fax (520) 363-9663 "There are numerous countries in the world where the politicians have seized absolute power and muzzled the press There is no country in the wor/d where the press has seized absolute power and muzzled the politicians" --David Brink/ey DEFINING 5USTRINRBLE PRINTING Talk Lady of The Supe'rior Sun and now Copper Basin News. That is because TTL, also known as the Sun &' CBN's own Cindy 1'racy, REALLY loves pizza and extremely craves it every 20 seconds. Well, who does not love pizza? What's not to like? Certainly in the Copper Basin region from Superior to Kearny, Winkelman, Hayden and beyond there are many worthy eateries where heavenly pizza can be obtained in great quantities and a multitude of variety. Among these is the delicious Old Time Pizza and Deli at 370 Alden Road in Kearny, conveniently located next to the newspaper office where TTL sometimes works. In fact, for years, TTL worked there every Tuesday when she helped in putting together the Copper Basin News and Superior Sun. Old Time Pizza played a big part in those Tues- days, which would have been less fun if not accompanied by a large slice of outrageously good cheese pizza and a huge diet coke TTL recently rev~ited lunch at this pizzeria and deli that is a fixture in the area. (Okay, she's visited it more than a few times in between, like pretty much every time she works in Kearny.) Lunch on this visit was a sampler of a few old and new.favorites. Armed with a diet coke on the side, TTL sampled her way through two generous slices of rich and satisfying (just like old times) pepperoni pizza, a quarter of a Ph'illy sub and an eye-opening slice of the restaurant's innovative new peanut butter and jelly pizza, Pizza at Old Time, with any top- ping, is so good that it is actually hard to describe. The restaurant seems to have a unique recipe for the crust that people come from miles around~ like TTL did, to resample after they've had it once. The sub would have reminded TTL of its namesake city, if she had ever been in Philadelphia. Since she hadn't been, its beef, cheese and exactly the right amount of crunchy green pepper and seasonings, was perfect. The sandwich is also available made with chicken so whatever floats your boat on that issue is fine with the friendly Old Time staff. Thepeanut butter and jelly pizza is a recent addition to the menu. TTL had been told about it and that it was a favorite with children and young people. TTL is not a youth, but See TIPS on P. 3 r j v