Vol. 14 Issue No. 27 | July 2 – 8, 2008

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Caltrans ordered to reinstate Minutemen’s Adopt-A-Highway stretch

By Linda Bentley | July 2, 2008
SDMMSAN DIEGO – Last week, courts on opposite seaboards, issued back to back decisions in favor of constitutional rights.

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision declaring Washington D.C.’s gun law unconstitutional last Thursday was followed by U.S. District Court Judge William Q. Hayes, for the Southern District of California in San Diego, issuance of a preliminary injunction against California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) officials in favor of the San Diego Minutemen (SDMM) on Friday. MORE ...

Sonoran News in the news

news vanOn Monday, June 30, Don Sorchych appeared on Channel 12 news to speak about illegal day workers in Cave Creek.
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Deadbeat Advocate owners pull 11th hour Chapter 11 scam

By Linda Bentley | July 2, 2008
PHOENIX – Thomas and Karen Seemeyer, who own the Desert Advocate, LLC, have been ripping people off for decades and have learned how to play the legal system to their advantage. MORE...

Sonoran Arts League to buy building at Stagecoach Village

By Curtis Riggs | July 2, 2008

SAL stagecoachCAVE CREEK – It looks like the Sonoran Arts League has finally found a home.

After renting a space in Carefree, which was too small, for several years and holding their monthly meetings in a community room that could only accommodate half of their 430 members, league officials announced earlier this week they are negotiating to buy a 5,400-square-foot building at Stagecoach Village at the northwest corner of Cave Creek Road and Galloway Drive. MORE...

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