VOL. 17 ISSUE NO. 37   |   SEPTEMBER 14 – 20, 2011


Goldwater Institute wins victory for taxpayers against CCUSD

‘In practical terms, this ruling means that governments must abide by the rule of law and contracts, respecting voter rights’

CCUSD – On Thursday morning, Maricopa County Superior Judge Eileen Willett issued a ruling granting summary judgment in favor of plaintiffs in Friedman v. Cave Creek Unified School District, finding 2010 Ariz. Sess. Laws 332 § 34 (Section 34) unconstitutional as a matter of law, and constitutes a special law, in violation of the Arizona Constitution.
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The audacity of CCUSD override and more

debbi burdickNational Board Certified Teacher in WLOE (World Language Other than English) apparently means just that

CCUSD – Over the past two weeks, Sonoran News has been bombarded by e-mails and phone calls from Cave Creek Unified School District parents and taxpayers challenging everything from the override election to school policies, such as how students are assigned a foreign language class, to the district’s sale of their personal contact information to the LearnYes Political Action Committee (PAC), to grammatically incorrect correspondence emanating from school district department heads.   Keep reading ...


sign damageSpur Cross Road signs demolished

CAVE CREEK – Sometime during the night of Sept. 6 or the wee hours of Sept. 7, someone careened into the “Stop” and other cautionary signs at the intersection of Spur Cross and Grapevine roads. Keep reading ...


E-Verify on Obama yields SSN mismatch notice

orly taitzDr. Orly Taitz, Esq. files motion for reconsideration in SSA challenge

WASHINGTON – On Sept. 8, in her relentless pursuit to uncover the truth behind President Barack Obama’s fraudulent use of a Connecticut-issued Social Security number (SSN), Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. filed a motion for reconsideration in her Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) challenge against Michael Astrue, Commissioner of the Social Security Administration, who was granted summary judgment on Aug. 30 by U.S. District Court Judge Royce C. Lamberth.   Keep reading ...

SEPTEMBER 14, 2011

Wild West Days Walk for 100 honors families of fallen officers, firefighters, service men and women

chili challangeFrontier Town Hosts Firefighter Chili Challenge

CAVE CREEK – On Saturday, November 5 at 9 a.m., Cave Creek’s Wild West Days will host the Walk for 100 in honor of those who dedicated their lives serving and protecting the United States. During the walk, which will extend from the west to the east end of Cave Creek on Cave Creek Road, hundreds of walkers and horse riders – led by Rural Metro and Southwest Ambulance personnel – will walk in silence to honor the fallen. Keep reading ...

SEPTEMBER 14, 2011

Our newest neighbor

The Grand Opening of the Cave Creek Walmart store is set for October 5. Stay tuned for details!

The hiring center, open from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday – Friday and 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Saturdays, is located at the Black Mountain Baptist Church, 33955 N. Cave Creek Rd. Interested individuals can apply online (www.walmartstores.com/careers) or at the hiring center.


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