VOL. 17 ISSUE NO. 12   |   MARCH 23 – 29, 2011

MARCH 25, 2011

Dangerous cyber activities lead notMYkid and the FBI Citizen’s Academy Alumni Association to deliver a free program to schools on Internet safety

SCOTTSDALE – notMYkid, www.notmykid.org is distributing a new program for middle school and high school students and parents, developed in collaboration with the FBI Citizens’ Academy Alumni Association (CAAA), www.fbica.org  that focuses awareness on the dangers of being online.   Keep reading ...

BY LINDA BENTLEY | MARCH 23, 2011

nancy barto

Bartoís canned response inflames constituents

‘The unintended consequences from passage of the bills I opposed contain unacceptably high tradeoffs …’

PHOENIX – On March 17, Rep. Nancy Barto, R-Dist. 7, followed up her March 8 vote against SB 1433, a bill aimed at nullification of unconstitutional federal legislation, by, once again, aligning herself with Senate Democrats to vote down four out of five anti-illegal immigration bills.  Keep reading ...

BY LINDA BENTLEY | MARCH 23, 2011

circle kCircle K policy leaves no good deed unpunished

When it comes to cops and robbers, Circle K would rather be robbed

CAVE CREEK – Maricopa County sheriff’s deputies were only able to apprehend the two Cave Creek Circle K robbers, Soldato Giganti, who has been linked to 15 other Circle K robberies, and his accomplice Stevi Clements, on March 15 because Stewart, a Circle K employee, went outside to get a description of the getaway car to give to fellow employee Kippi while she was on the phone with Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office.   Keep Reading ...

BY LINDA BENTLEY | MARCH 23, 2011

peter omundsonPlanning commission continues review of zoning ordinance

CAVE CREEK – With Commissioner Ted Bryda absent and before picking up where they left off in February, the planning commission revisited a couple areas of Chapter 3 during the March 17 meeting that pertained to zoning districts.   Keep reading ...

BY LINDA BENTLEY | MARCH 23, 2011

larru scaringelli

Short docket tests pro tem judge with light load

They may be guilty but insane, have suspended licenses, fail to appear and fail to pay, but they’re all still driving

CAVE CREEK – Judge Pro Tem Larry Scaringelli sat in for Cave Creek Municipal Court Judge George Preston for the March 18 pretrial conferences.

Preston heard a juvenile case in chambers Friday morning but hobbled off on crutches with a badly sprained ankle as he left for a doctor’s appointment while pretrial conferences continued.  Keep Reading...

rep. david schweikertOne year later: This sick healthcare legislation needs to be taken off life support

WASHINGTON – Rep. David Schweikert (R-AZ) released the following statement today on the one-year anniversary of President Obama signing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law: Keep reading ...

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