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By Shari Jo Sorchych

Horizon early morning, Aug. 26

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my view by don sorchych'MY VIEW'   |   BY DON SORCHYCH

Trump • Cave Creek

I am beginning to sound like a broken record. The more I see of Trump the more I see a brilliant, outspoken and tough man who may be the only Republican that can not only defeat a Democrat candidate, whoever it may be, but put America on the road of recovery from the damage wreaked on our country by Obama and his minions.

Guest Editorials:

• Political-media establishment declares war on the American people  | By Lawrence Sellin, PhD
• The 14th Amendment as written and intended  |  By russell pearce

Letters to the Editor


ASU and Mayo Clinic Researchers develop near real-time test for osteoporosis and bone cancer

TEMPEAre your bones getting stronger or weaker? Right now, it’s hard to know. But a new test for detecting bone loss, being developed by Arizona State University and Mayo Clinic researchers, offers the possibility of near real-time monitoring of bone diseases. The technique, which measures changes in calcium isotope ratios, has passed an important hurdle by being tested on urine samples from NASA space shuttle astronauts.

•  Business to Business
•  Featured Property : County Island Southwest Territorial


Happy endings at Southwest Wildlifebubba bobcat

Wild animals arrive needing our help nearly every day. We nurse the sick back to health, heal the broken, and raise the orphans. For those with no hope, we end their suffering. We also care for many wild animals that have suffered cruelty at the hands of people. Some have been taken out of the wild while others have been purchased from breeders. Many are declawed and have their canine teeth pulled in an effort to make them better pets. Far too many are kept in small, indoor cages like a novelty to show off. Without you, and your financial support, there will be no more untold stories. Without you, we cannot be here for wildlife in need. We thank you for your continued support. 

Aug. 28, 2015 Shop for a cause - Buy your tickets from PMAZ for BIG savings plus a chance at   $30,000 in prizes
Aug. 28, 2015 | Harold’s Cave Creek Corral hosts 18th Annual Hawaiian Luau on Sunday, Sept. 6
Aug. 27, 2015 | Free presentation “Phoenix During the Second World War”
Aug. 27, 2015 | Mule Deer Foundation Chapters in Arizona Receive Grant for Youth Hunting Camps
Aug. 27, 2015 | Tonto National Forest Service changes recreation fees
•  Meet Football seniors K-O
•  Coach's Corner
• Arizona goes wild in new season of Arizona Wildlife Views TV show
• A grateful community continues the 2015 Daisy Mountain Veterans Parade in Anthem
• Dove season outlook: Load up on shotgun shells
• Governor’s Youth Commission - Inspiring youth to take the lead
• Red Stocking Day - Women of the world take the day off all paid and unpaid work


tortoiseGet your yards ready to adopt a desert tortoise in early September

PHOENIX – Are you fascinated by reptiles? Do you have a yard big enough for a dog, but no time to take one for daily walks? Is someone in your family allergic to pets with fur or feathers? If so, consider adopting a desert tortoise through the Arizona Game and Fish Department. The department’s Tortoise Adoption Program has over 40 tortoises to adopt out to homes in the Phoenix, Yuma and Prescott areas prior to the animals going into hibernation this fall.

Pet of the Week: Patty Cake
• Horoscope: Stargazer by Vivian Carol
Mullet Over by James K. White: Luckily, the bullet hit no one
• God Bless America: An elderly gentleman
• Book Nook: Cave Creek area featured in new Apache Wars novel