About the Southeast Valley Ledger

San Tan Valley and Queen Creek News

About SEV, the Southeast Valley Ledger Team has been serving Queen Creek and San Tan Valley (including the town of Florence AZ) since 2007.  We strive to provide fair, balanced and responsible journalism which celebrates the communities of San Tan Valley and Queen Creek.  The Southeast Valley Ledger is locally owned and operated by Copper Area News Publishers of Pinal County, AZ and are proud members of Queen Creek Chamber, Greater San Tan Valley Chamber, San Tan Valley Chamber, Greater Florence Chamber and Arizona Newspaper Association.

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Bridgette Crosby

Alison Stanton

Chris Clark

Heather Sneed

Irene Ledbedies

James Hodl

Andy Luberda




3 Responses to “About”

  1. Chris DePhillipo says:

    I think it would be a great service to the community to publish information about new businesses that are planning to break ground in QC/STV. Many people in the community travel and spend money in other towns that have what we don’t and it would be nice to know businesses are in-fact interested in expanding in this area. How can this area allow so many empty stores just sit when there are over 100K in population that could be spending money in their own backyard. At one time there were plans for Lowe’s to build in the Marketplace on Ellsworth Loop Rd., are there plans of other stores coming to that area, many in the community want Sprouts to come out here and use the Fresh and Easy building, people would like to know.

  2. Carmela says:

    We need a walking/ bike or golf cart path along Gary Road from Walmart and going South.
    Also need a path along Hunt Highway from Walmart to Bela Vista.

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