VOL. 19  ISSUE NO. 13   |   MARCH 27 – APRIL 2, 2013

BY LINDA BENTLEY | MARCH 27, 2013

Cave Creek elections – Game on

CAVE CREEK – In the town dubbed “too tough to govern,” this election could be the one that has it living up to its reputation with more twists and turns leading up to the May 21 election.

BY LINDA BENTLEY | MARCH 27, 2013

Would-be thief leaves Cave Creek empty handed

CAVE CREEK – It was barely daybreak on Sunday morning when a white male with long, dark, curly hair pulled into Petite Acres, the trailer park behind the Hideaway Grill, in a newer model, silver, four-door, Dodge Ram pickup truck with lime green flames on the front.

chris potter and rockyBY LINDA BENTLEY | MARCH 27, 2013

Roadside clean-up Cave Creek style

CAVE CREEK – Chris Potter, owner of Arizona Cowboy Concrete, has been seen picking up trash in Cave Creek with his horse Rocky along Cave Creek Road and Carefree Highway during the past week.

MARCH 27, 2013

Commission supports state role in Arizona travel management

PHOENIX – The Arizona Game and Fish Commission voted unanimously to conditionally support a strike-everything amendment to HB 2551, sponsored by Sen. Chester Crandell, R-Heber, that strengthens state authority in how it will enforce travel management rules on federal Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management lands.

MARCH 27, 2013

Venom begins to flow as the weather warms

KINGMAN, Ariz. – While spring continues to maintain its erratic grip on daytime temperatures, the inevitable emergence of snakes, spiders, scorpions, and lizards remains just around the next upward swing.

memorial wallMARCH 27, 2013

Vietnam Memorial Wall replica comes to Cottonwood March 28 – 31

COTTONWOOD – For the first time, a traveling replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall will be on display in Cottonwood, Arizona March 28 – 31, 2013.

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