VOL. 22  ISSUE NO. 7   |  February 17, 2016

BY LINDA BENTLEY | February 17, 2016

Hulsings and Thorstenson pursue lawsuit against town

CAVE CREEK – A year ago, Darrell and Meridy Hulsing and Collin “TC” Thorstenson filed a notice of claim against the town with a $10 million settlement demand.

The town didn’t respond to the notice or settlement demand and a complaint was subsequently filed.

BY LINDA BENTLEY | February 17, 2016

Carefree votes to complete town center gateways

Councilman Mike Farrar stated, ‘These will be iconic structures’

CAREFREE – During a special council meeting last Thursday Councilwoman Melissa Price provided council with an update and breakdown of the costs for the town’s gateway construction project.

Price said, “I’m convinced the gateways will separate us from the surrounding communities,” as she thanked those who served on the gateway committee.

Price also recognized the businesses that agreed to contribute financial support to the project, including Manship Builders, August Reno Architects, LLC, Anasazi Stone Company, Inc., Bertram Signs & Graphics, LLC, Cave Creek True Value Building Supply, Let There Be Light, LLC and T’s Construction & Development, Inc.

BY LINDA BENTLEY | February 17, 2016

Alabama voters seek declaratory judgment regarding Cruz’s eligibility

Not every citizen is entitled to run for the Office of President of the United States; only ‘natural born’ citizens

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Earlier this month, Attorney Thomas E. Drake, II, on behalf of five registered Alabama electors: Sebatian Green, Shannon Duncan, Katheryne Spears, Kyle Spears and Jerry Parker, filed a declaratory judgment action in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama against Rafael Edward “Ted” Cruz, seeking judgment of the court declaring Cruz “ineligible to qualify/run/seek and be elected to the Office of President of the United States of America.”

February 17, 2016

Cave Creek Fiesta Days Rodeo set for April 1 – 3

Parade, Mutton Bustin’ & Kickoff Dance set for March 19

CAVE CREEK – Mark your calendar to attend one of the Valley’s biggest and most anticipated events, the Annual Cave Creek Fiesta Days™ Rodeo, presented by Sanderson Ford, set for Fri., Sat., and Sun., April 1, 2 and 3 in Cave Creek!

February 17, 2016

A shift in Earth’s magnetic poles may hold the secret to climate change

As scientists study the causes and severity of climate change, they have looked to Earth’s atmosphere for answers.

But that may be the wrong place to find a satisfying and correct solution, says William Goodenough.”

Instead, the key to unlocking the global-warming riddle could lie in the planet’s magnetic poles, which have been shifting from their traditional locations at the same time that the Earth has experienced erratic, unpredictable behavior with the weather, he says.