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Jamming the trunk into a new space

Sara Windom, Style Editor

December 20, 2016

With Christmas lights dangling from the walls, balloons covering the floor, and ribbons draping from the ceiling, the Trunk Space held their first Semi-Social event inside their new permanent home at the Grace Lutheran Church. The Trunk Space showcases the local art and music scene of Phoenix, and af...

October Photo Essay

Logan Larkin, Photo Editor

November 5, 2016

Swing State

Swing State

October 21, 2016

For the first time in Arizona history, the traditionally red state could vote blue in the November election. Recent polls show tight races in the presidential and other key elections across the state. “I’ve had mixed emotions as we go through this last year since Donald Trump entered it only bec...

CCUSD Prepares for Upcoming Election

Maddie Howard, Spotlight Editor

October 19, 2016

For this year’s Cave Creek School District governing board elections, there will be four candidates running for three available spots; current board member Janet Busbee, previous member Susan Clancy, and first time candidates Kathryn Hill and James Rich. If elected, they will serve a four year ter...

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

Faith Hasher, Staff Writer

October 19, 2016

The Odysea Aquarium opened September 3rd in Arizona next to Butterfly Wonderland off the 101 and East Via de Ventura. The aquarium opened early than expected, as most of the buildings have not been completed yet. At The Odysea, it provides many unique experiences offered for everyone of all ages...

Joke’s On You

Mia Gilling, Creeker Editor

October 19, 2016

Captains of the Joker’s improv troupe Alexa Dragone and Joey Britton, both seniors, chose new members in late August and are beginning to prepare for their four shows this year. Improvisational theatre, or improv, is the theatrical art of creating a scene, characters, and relationships without a scrip...

No More Horsing Around

Annalee Barnett, Sports Editor

October 19, 2016

The Salt River Wild Horse Management Group along with thousands of other horse lovers have been fighting against the roundup and possible euthanization of Salt River horses on U.S. Forest Services territory. House Bill 2340 makes it illegal to kill, harm, or interfere with a herd of approximately 10...

Swing State

Alex Laggren, Editor in Chief

October 19, 2016

For the first time in Arizona history, the traditionally red state could vote blue in the November election. Recent polls show tight races in the presidential and other key elections across the state. “I’ve had mixed emotions as we go through this last year since Donald Trump entered it only bec...

Real Cost of College

Sara Windom, Style Editor

September 22, 2016

This year many colleges and private universities are slashing their prices to the highest discounts seen yet, to attract students. According to USNews.com, Albion College in Michigan is 40,000 dollars or more a year, but as soon as a student is accepted, the school offers student aid. Albion is not...

Making cash in the creek

Making cash in the creek

Grace Haycraft-Mckee, Staff writer

September 22, 2016

Students like working in Cave Creek because of the small town environment and close proximity to home

How to Pick a College

Caity Bonine, Staff Writer

September 22, 2016

Because of the wide array of colleges to choose from, high school students are encouraged to start their college research as soon as possible. Students are persuaded to research colleges starting in their junior year of high school. This gives them enough time to decide what they want to get out of...

Coffee and coloring

Coffee and coloring

Caity Bonine, Staff writer

September 22, 2016

Local Jonny's offers coloring every Wednesday night

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