Bees take up residency in a saguaro
bees in a saquaro
A saguaro that previously served as a nesting site for black-throated sparrows and Gila woodpeckers during springs gone by has recently become the new home for a colony of bees.

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gilbert lopezSonoran News prevails in Lopez lawsuit

Talamante noted everything published about the matter in 2013 was ‘bootstrapped’ to the council meeting on Oct. 15, 2007

MESA – Following oral arguments on Friday, April 10, Superior Court Judge David Talamante granted Sonoran News’ motion for summary judgment, dismissing Gilbert Lopez’s defamation complaint.

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my view by don sorchych'MY VIEW'   |   BY DON SORCHYCH

• Microphones are there to use

• Conservative as Counterculture

• Pay back?

I attended the Cave Creek council meeting on Monday, April 6 and it was joy to have a majority of four individuals as new council members rather than a slate. Linda Bentley covered what happened so I have only a comment: Use that microphone!

Boombox by Dixon Diaz

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Connie Eskelson is your Certified Permanent Makeup Technician with 8 years experience in both Digital Machine and Soft tap Methods. This Modern application of the age-old art of Tattooing provides a safe and natural looking alternative to your daily makeup routine.

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hand fansCave Creek Museum presents Fan-cy-that!

Hand fans first appeared in Europe in the 12th century and became popular in the 16th, carried by both ladies and gentlemen. They remained popular into the twentieth century, even becoming popular advertising giveaways, but like gloves and hats and other article of civility, they were cast aside during the maelstrom of social change in the late 60’s and early 70s.

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derby day at camelotPet News:  Kentucky Derby Party & Fundraiser at Camelot Therapeutic Horsemanship on May 2

Free event will feature horses, hats and fun for the whole family!

SCOTTSDALE – Valley families are invited to a fantastic family Derby Day party at Camelot Therapeutic Horsemanship. On May 2nd Camelot will open its gates to the public to celebrate the Kentucky Derby at its annual Hooves & Heroes family event & fundraiser. Admission is free, hats are encouraged!

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