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Black Panther 2018

Evan Myers, Staff Writer

November 29, 2018


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I recently saw the new movie “Black Panther”, this 2018 movie was very action packed, I enjoyed how the movie had a African American man (Chadwick Boseman) as the main character and the hero. He plays T’Challa who is “Black Panther”I thought that is was pretty creative that this hero faced n...

Hands on training

Austin Hagan, In Depth Editor

November 9, 2018


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For the past two years, Joe Harvey has been teaching sports med classes at Cactus Shadows. Harvey has been the athletic trainer for the past three years and in the past two years he has been working as a teacher for the beginning, advanced sports medicine, and the sports medicine internship. The kids a...

Kaepernick controversy continues

Frida Alvarado, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018


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For Nike’s 20th anniversary, Colin Kaepernick became the new face of Nike, which created a huge controversy. The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback was announced as the new face of Nike’s “Just Do It” campaign. Nike released a video of their new campaign on September 5. The video came ...

Costly high kicks

Annie Sogaard, Creeker Editor

November 9, 2018


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In the United States especially, it’s no secret that sports are a big deal. It’s safe to say that the majority of Americans today spend time either playing or watching sports- and if not, they used to play them as kids. However, something that is rarely addressed so directly is the expenses behind...

Two teams one goal

Grant Richardson, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018


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Many students do not know the difference between cheerleading and pom. Their uniforms look similar, so it can be tricky to tell the difference.  People wonder why there are so many girls on one team or why they would have two different types of cheer teams. An easy way to tell which is which is by wha...

Diamondbacks strike out on October play

Lucas Dufresne, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018


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The MLB playoffs have officially begun, but without the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Diamondbacks crashed and burned with a losing record in the final month of the season. When their 162 game season came to a close, the locker room was cleared out swift and clean, like it has become an annual routine. ...

Cave Creek’s eternal (albeit, uninvited) residents

Austin Hagan, In Depth Editor

November 9, 2018


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It is no secret that Cave Creek is an old town, established years before Arizona had even achieved statehood. With that age comes a few interesting details. Whether ghosts are real is to be determined, but everyone can enjoy a scary story all the same. There are reported ghost sightings all over ...

Old town treasures

Maja Peirce, In Depth Editor

November 9, 2018


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Capturing the town’s history, The Cave Creek Museum holds the foundation of its treasured past. “When you think of the local history, it might be a sleepy, backwards, western town now, but Cave Creek had some wild, wild history out here.” said Karrie Porter Brace, museum director. The museum ...

The peak of the creek

Devin Dorough, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018


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Cave Creek is a small western town in Arizona founded by cowboys and miners in the 1800s, and since has been exponentially growing with more businesses, families, and tourists coming in. Now, the schools are more cramped, the streets are more crowded, and business has been busier than ever before. ...

Does tech in the classroom benefit students? Con

Lauryn Stornelli, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018


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In recent years, the world around us has evolved drastically, introducing wave after wave of technology. Many schools embrace new technologies, feeling that they are beneficial to students’ learning. But, in fact, the negatives outweigh the positives, and schools should limit student exposure to techn...

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