VOL. 20  ISSUE NO. 35   |    AUGUST 27 – SEPTMBER 2, 2014


Is the vice mayor thin-skinned and vindictive?

susan clancyClancy said she would not be contesting the county’s findings and rather planned to thank Trenk for filing the complaint

CAVE CREEK – Susan Clancy is chair of Cave Creek Caring Citizens (CCCC), the political action committee collecting signatures to recall Vice Mayor Adam Trenk and councilmen Mike Durkin, Reg Monachino and Charles Spitzer, who ran as a slate and appear to have conspired, prior to taking office, to oust Town Manager Usama Abujbarah as their first order of business.


How much money will be enough for CCUSD93?

The district just can’t seem to allow voter approved bonds to go unused

CCUSD93 – One question we’ve asked over and over again of Cave Creek Unified School District 93, but it refuses to answer, “How much money will be enough?”

AUGUST 27, 2014

Clear the Bench Arizona announces its mission and call to action

PHOENIX – Clear the Bench Arizona is seeking to make a difference and expose the issues and concerns involving the judicial and state bar systems.

AUGUST 27, 2014

ASU receives rare space rock gift

New lunar meteorite to be on display at ASU’s Center for Meteorite Studies

TEMPE – Arizona State University’s Center for Meteorite Studies recently received a precious gift. Aside from its price tag, what makes this space rock so special is where it came from: the moon.

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