VOL. 18  ISSUE NO. 12   |   MARCH 21 – 27, 2012


Split council rescinds one deed of gift, unanimously accepts another

‘The problem isn’t me, it’s my neighbor who’s been suing me for the past six years’

CAVE CREEK – Town Attorney Marlene Pontrelli introduced an agenda item during the March 19 council meeting to rescind the deed of gift for property gifted to the town by Sonoran News Publisher/Editor Don Sorchych, which was accepted by council during the January 17, 2012 meeting, and requested approval for a quit-claim deed back to Sorchych.   Keep reading ...


Town code amendment raises ire of planning commissioners

APS is largest taxpayer in Arizona and fourth largest employer headquartered in state

CAVE CREEK – The March 19 council meeting began with a presentation about APS by Vern Braaksma, APS Manager – Metro Northeast.   Keep reading ...


Enchanted Canyon Resort project met with organized opposition

Wright found the project so offensive he said it would cause the wrath of the spirit of the desert to rise up

CAVE CREEK – The organized opposition has already begun against the Enchanted Canyon Resort project, as evidenced by the standing-room-only crowd in attendance during the March 15 planning commission workshop, many of whom were wearing blue “Protect Rural Zoning” T-shirts.   Keep reading ...


Media blackout continues on Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse investigation

‘This will be an historic event in Arizona. Please come and be a part of history. The public is invited to attend. Come early. Learn the truth.’

SURPRISE – While the media blackout continues over the largest story in American history, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is stunned, but undaunted, and said his Cold Case Posse will continue to pursue its investigation into President Barack Obama’s fraudulent Certificate of Live Birth as well as his Selective Service registration, both of which it has deemed forgeries.  Keep reading ...

MARCH 21, 2012

Take Back America – Get Involved

Meet the candidates Saturday, March 24 at the Sonoran Tea Party Rally

CAREFREE – More than 20 political candidates are expected to attend a public meet and greet at the Sonoran Tea Party Rally taking place Saturday, March 24 at the Carefree Resort & Villas, 37220 N. Mule Train Road, in Carefree.

The political rally kicks off with the candidate meet and greet from 3 – 4 p.m., followed by a line-up of informative, inspiring speakers from 4 – 5:30 p.m. Admission to the event is free.

Get Involved and Take Back America is the theme of this grass-roots patriotic event, designed to encourage individuals to become involved in the 2012 election. Representatives from local, regional and national political campaigns are expected to appear.

Rally speakers include a major university student body president, a small business owner and others. Operation Homefront, a non-profit organization that supports military families, is one of the many organizations that will be on site.

Food and beverages will be available and an outdoor picnic barbeque will follow the event.
For information, visit www.sonoranteaparty.com or write info@sonoranteaparty.com.

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