Stop, Rock, and Roll

Stop, Rock, and Roll

Lindsey Murphy, Sports Editor
December 8, 2015
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The musical talents of the youth of Cave Creek were showcased on November 21, at the seventh annual Rock the District (RTD) event. This year, the event was held at the Carefree Conference Resort, and included talents from students who attend schools at all levels in the district, not just high school... Read more »

What food gets you in the christmas mood?

What food gets you in the christmas mood?

Lauren Haggar, Opinion Editor
December 8, 2015
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Maddie McCormick, Sophomore “ Well my mom makes sweet potato casserole and she puts marshmallows on it and then puts it it the oven, and it's really good. It's my favorite christmas food. Sophia Cardinal, Sophomore “ We make a lot of apple pie in my house so anything apple related is my favorite christma... Read more »

Seven Dances for Seven Deadly Sins

Seven Dances for Seven Deadly Sins

Ryan Heliliger, staff writer
December 7, 2015
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The winter dance show is coming up on December 10 and 11 at the Fine Arts Center and is expected to sell out fast, following suit of previous years. The tickets are only five dollars, and seating is a first come first serve basis. The show is composed of the company dance class, the highest level of... Read more »

Remembering the 7th

Remembering the 7th

Kate Finegan, staff writer
December 5, 2015
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It has been 74 years since Pearl Harbor in Hawaii was bombarded by Japan; yet roughly nine quarts of oil a day continues to seep to the ocean’s surface from the ruins of the USS Arizona, and the memory of those lost has yet to diminish. At 7:55 a.m. on December 7, 1941, Japanese planes such as the A6M... Read more »

Tatum Updegraff gets down

Tatum Updegraff gets down

Kaley Dodd, staff writer
December 5, 2015
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Heart racing, nerves crackling, and audience waiting. Senior, Tatum Updegraff, has experienced this pre-performance rush countless times in her dance career, both in and out of the school dance program, for most of her life. “I love dance,” said Updegraff, “I’ve done it since I was a kid and t... Read more »

Clash of the cups

Alex Laggren, Staff writer; Features editor
December 5, 2015
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Starbucks has brought back their red cups in time for winter, but with the new design, some believe the recent change to be a war on Christmas. Starbucks removed all icons represented on the previous red cups and has come out with a new design that has seemed to enraged many: a plain red cup. The sol... Read more »

A Princess’ winter Wonderland at the Princess Resort

A Princess’ winter Wonderland at the Princess Resort

Jessica Eyrich, staff writer
December 5, 2015
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For wonderful holiday memories with family, enjoy the transformation of the Princess Resort into a winter wonderland. On November 19 through January 3 is the sixth annual Christmas festivities at the resort. It includes many activities for everyone in the family. New activities for Christmas at the... Read more »

The Spirit Lives in Metcalf

The Spirit Lives in Metcalf

Ryan Heiliger, staff writer
December 5, 2015
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Amy Metcalf is a well known teacher at Cactus Shadows, spreading jubilance and spirit wherever she goes, always full of enthusiasm no matter the time of year. Metcalf is an honors and AP English teacher and has been teaching at Cactus Shadows since 1995. Metcalf dresses up for every spirit day possibl... Read more »

Ho, ho, how do you feel about milk and cookies?

Ho, ho, how do you feel about milk and cookies?

Erika Richwagen, staff writer
December 5, 2015
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0The history of the Santa Claus we all know and love today stretches all the way back to the third century. Christmas's 19th century "materialistic rejuvenation" gave way to the "mall Santa," whom allows children to deliver their Christmas wishes to him in person. Speaking with a "mall Santa," or Santa... Read more »

Stocking stuff for a movie buff

Stocking stuff for a movie buff

Jessica Eyrich, staff writer
December 5, 2015
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There are many holiday movies to choose from, some are funny, sad, or feel good. Everyone has their favorite. These are some of the top movies to watch during the holidays. Bob Clark directed “A Christmas Story” in 1983 with the cast of Peter Billingsley, Melinda Dillon, Darren McGavin, and Sco... Read more »

The Grotto Cafe

The Grotto Cafe

Ryan Heileger, staff writer
December 5, 2015
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The Grotto Cafe, a unique and tasty spot in Cave Creek to enjoy a cappuccino, salad, or an entire meal, is located by the Dairy Queen and just behind the Red Truck Trading Company. It is a relatively low key place to go to. Although in the past it was not very well known, more and more people are choosing t... Read more »

Group Editorial

December 5, 2015
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Two dollars a month. That is all the average taxpayer in Cave Creek  would have had to pay if the recent override for more school funding in CCUSD had passed. Two dollars a month  is less than the cost of a latte at Starbucks, but apparently is too much to pay for the educational advancement of stud... Read more »