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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. ...

Good to the Bone

Good to the Bone

Zoie Lambesis, staff writer

October 6, 2017


Filed under Creeker, News

Cave Creek welcomes the Meat Market, a local butcher shop where customers will be able to buy fresh, high quality meats. Owner, Roni Terry, wanted a place where people can buy natural, local, and custom meats. According to The Meat Market, the shop is a, “Whole Animal butcher shop, offering cus...

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