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Future of local Veterans Day parade at stake MARC BUCKHOUT MANAGING EDITOR

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The 7th annual Daisy Mountain Veterans Day Parade in Anthem drew approximately 7,000 people last year. This year organizers are concerned they might have to cancel the parade due to a lack of financial backing. Organizers need $15,000 to offset costs for the parade.

History is used in a lot of different ways. It’s a teacher. It’s a barometer to make comparisons. It’s a tool to see where we as a people have come from and to honor those that have made that growth possible. With Veterans Day, Nov. 11, approximately six weeks away the Daisy Mountain Veterans have examined a historical aberration and announced that the fate of the annual Daisy Mountain Veterans Day Parade, held in Anthem, is in jeopardy.

“It’s dire straits,” event organizer Mary Ann Derryberry, a Marine Corps veteran said. “We had a parade meeting on (Sept. 19) and the money just isn’t coming in. We’ve made the decision to make it public, to sound the alarm. We’ve never had a year like this.” At this time a year ago Derryberry said more than $10,000 in sponsorship money had been collected. As of last week sponsorship money toward this year’s event was


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North Valley trails tie into Valley-wide system MARC BUCKHOUT MANAGING EDITOR

During the state’s centennial year, one that saw the 800plus mile Arizona Trail, which stretches from the Mexican border north to Utah, the Maricopa Regional Trail has reached the halfway mark in efforts to link the county’s ten parks. What ultimately will be 421 miles of trails, will link park systems as far west as Hassayampa and the White Tanks in the West Valley, the San Tan Mountain Regional Park in Gilbert in the East Valley, South Mountain in the South Valley and then a series of local trails here in the North


Valley including Spur Cross and the Jewel of the Creek in Cave Creek, Spears S. Ranch in New River, which was dedicated in April of 2011, as well as trails through Anthem. “This project will be a great legacy for our children and our children’s children,” commented Supervisor Andy Kunasek, who served on the Trail Commission for several years and guided its master plan. “I see this project   as a ‘Pathway to the Parks,’ where you can experience the desert from the San Tan Mountains to the McDowell’s and Lake Pleasant to White Tank and South Mountains.” The trail, which will link the county’s ten parks and provide miles of hiking, mountain biking

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and equestrian trails across the county, is being connected by obtaining or purchasing right of way from other jurisdictions, identifying and securing easements on canals, parks and utility corridors. From there a private contractor builds fourfeet wide trails through the desert terrain. An additional 59 miles will be constructed by July 2013, mostly in the McDowell Sonoran Preserve and Tonto National Forest. The funds come from the county’s general fund, with an estimated $2.3 million remaining for the next four fiscal years. Chris Coover, the Maricopa


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The north end of the Maricopa Regional Trail includes stretches through Cave Creek, New River and Anthem. The trail, which will eventually connect all 10 county parks, hit the halfway point of the 421 miles scheduled to be built by 2018.



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the cost of the parade. She points out that the event is made viable by the donated time of more than 100 volunteers. An event that drew some 7,000 people last year has not only seen sponsors slow to support this year’s edition, but the number of entries looking to walk in the parade are also down significantly from the 1,800 that participated in 2011. Still Derryberry is confident that if the financial backing is in place there will be another memorable parade with two prisoners of war participating including a World War II veteran and one from Vietnam. For the first time the U.S. Marine Corps Mounted Color Guard, which has led the Rose Bowl in years past, will participate. “We treat everybody with the utmost respect,” she said. “It’s a well-run parade. You don’t find other ones that have announcers all along the parade route

The Foothills Focus to let the people know who is coming by.” To try and get more people involved in the parade, in one fashion or another, Derryberry has pushed back the deadline from Monday to Oct. 15. Parade sponsorships range in price from $100 on up to $5,000. When asked about the possibility of having to cancel the parade Derryberry’s emotions came to the surface. “I think it would be a damn shame,” she said. “With where the moral is in our country I think we need this. We are losing our returning soldiers to suicide at an alarming rate. We have a large number of homeless veterans, which is just sick. Our veterans need this. Not just the old ones, but the young ones too.” For information on the Daisy Mountain Veterans Parade go to or email

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Upscale Singers audition for scholarship students STAFF REPORT

Junior high and high school students living in the Cave Creek, Anthem andNew River school districts are encouraged to audition for vocal music scholarships sponsored by the Upscale Singers. Auditions will take place from 4:30 – 8 p.m. on Oct. 24 and from 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., Oct. 27 at Desert Foothills Lutheran Church. Singers must make an appointment to audition by Oct. 19 by calling 480-575-0188 The sixth annual audition will conclude with five awards in the high school division ranging from $150 to $500 and four awards in the junior high division ranging from $150 to $400. Prize moneys are paid directly to the vocal teachers of the winner’s choice. First place winners will be featured in the Upscale Singers’ Holiday Concert on Dec. 16th at the Desert Hills Presbyterian Church in Carefree. Desert Foothills Lutheran Church is located at 29305 North Scottsdale Road on the east side of the street between Dynamite and Jomax)

The Upscale Singers have awarded more than 50 vocal scholarships during the last five years, awarding $2,500 in scholarship money annually. Students auditioning are expected to sing from memory one or two songs of their choice with piano or CD/ IPod accompaniment. CD/ IPod accompaniment must not include lead vocals. An accompanist and CD/ IPod player will be provided. Selected songs need not be classical in nature, but should clearly show the singer’s range and voice quality. No microphones are allowed. Students need not be currently studying with a private instructor, but should have a desire to do so. Prize moneys are paid directly to the vocal teacher of the winner’s choice, and must be used within one year after receiving the award. For information, go to

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Once known as The Cave Creek Corral Bar, what is now Harold’s, originally served patrons who spent their days building Bartlett and Horseshow Dams in 1935. By 1947 what once was one of seven bars in the area, was the last one remaining. The bar will celebrate its 77th anniversary on Saturday.

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Cave Creek’s original “Wild West Saloon and Restaurant,” Harold’s Corral, is celebrating its 77th anniversary with live music and a family-friendly BBQ Bash on Saturday. The festivities begin at 4 p.m. with face painting, a mega bouncer, the popular Games2U van, ice cream and snow cone truck and more. Guests receive one free BBQ plate per person, which must be used by 7 p.m. EastonAshe will perform inside from 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., and Young Country will perform

as The Cave Creek Corral Bar, and it became popular with patrons who spent their days building Bartlett and Horseshoe Dams. There were seven bars in Cave Creek at that time, but by 1947, when the dams were finished and the workers left, The Corral was the only bar that survived.” Somewhere around 1950, Harold and Ruth Gavagan purchased the building, changing the name to Harold’s Cave Creek Corral. Though Harold passed many years ago,

“Back then it was known as The Cave Creek Corral Bar, and it became popular with patrons who spent their days building Bartlett and Horseshoe Dams.” outside from 7:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Admission is $5; No charge for children six and under. Reservations are suggested. Danny Piacquadio, co-owner of Harold’s Corral, said the celebration will pay tribute to the thousands of patrons who have visited the establishment and seven decades of “crazy stories.” “A man named Johnny Walker built the original structure in 1935,” Piacquadio said. “Back then it was known

and ownership has changed a few times, the restaurant’s current owners continue the legend with delicious food, live entertainment, and a unique hospitality that can only be experienced first-hand. Harold’s Corral is located at 6895 E. Cave Creek Road, in Cave Creek. For information about the 77th anniversary party, call 480-488-1906 or visit

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Cave Creek Museum preps for season opener STAFF REPORT

Thousands of museums across the country will participate in the free national Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day on Saturday including the Cave Creek Museum. Cave Creek’s participation in the event will stand out as more than a chance for the public to preview exhibits prior to its official season opening on Oct. 3. That’s because this year’s event will feature guests from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community who will conduct demonstrations and help the Museum educate guests about their culture and history which dates back to the ancient Hohokam as part of the Museum’s new archaeology exhibit. The first 100 visitors to the Museum will receive a special gift to celebrate the event. “We are deeply honored to host this special event and to receive the support of the Salt River Indian Community,” said Evelyn Johnson, Cave Creek Museum’s executive director. “Our team of archaeology volunteers has been working to create a new exhibit ever since they visited the Huhugam Ki Museum at the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community in 2011.” Cave Creek Museum credits tribal members for helping them conceptualize and build the new archaeology exhibit, which consists of an introductory panel, a time line, and sections devoted to traditional structures (including models), food processing and preparation, and clothing. Included in the clothing is a hand-beaded Maricopa cape. “Several people were instrumental in guiding us, including Huhugam Ki Museum director Gary Owens and Steve Hoza who loaned us pottery from his personal collection,” said Sue Mueller, committee member and Museum Board member. “It has been a true collaborative effort and we’re very excited to unveil the exhibit to the public.” Along with Mueller, the

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The Salt River Indian Community is partnering with Cave Creek Museum to celebrate Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day on Saturday. The free event will feature basketry, pottery, beadwork, shell etching and traditional food cooking demonstrations and the first 100 guests will receive a special gift. Cave Creek Museum officially reopens for the season on Oct. 3.

team of museum archaeology volunteers includes board member Mary Kearney, Alan Troxel and Nancy Zeno. The celebration takes place from 1 to 4:30 p.m. followed by a pre-season member’s reception from 4:30 to 7 p.m. During the Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day, guests can view Cave Creek Museum’s new and permanent indoor and outdoor exhibits, including an historic Stamp Mill dating back to 1880. The afternoon will be filled with basketry, pottery, beadwork, shell etching and traditional food cooking demonstrations.

In addition, an official ribboncutting ceremony will take place with Museum staff and members of the Salt River Indian Community. Cave Creek Museum is located at 6140 Skyline Drive, in Cave Creek. To download free tickets to the Saturday Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day, visit: museumday/ticket/. To become a member of the Museum and receive an invitation to the preseason reception, call 480- 488-2764 or visit

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Just as they were a season ago the Boulder Creek Jaguars have arrived at the midpoint of the season with a 4-1 record. A week after a shutout win over St. Mary’s the Jaguars got another stellar defensive effort in a 17-3 win over rival Sandra Day O’Connor. As they prepare to host Mountain Ridge (2-3) at 7 p.m., Friday coach Dan Friedman is well aware that last year’s matchup with the Mountain Lions was a turning point for his 2011 squad. A 10-7 loss to the Mountain Lions started a slide that saw the Jaguars drop four of their final six games of the season. “It’s always a physical game with them,” Friedman said. “Last year they slowed the game down. They sustained longdrives that kept our offense off the field. So far this year our defense is making it hard for teams to sustain long drives.” After giving up a 12-play scoring drive that covered 68 yards on the Eagles opening possession, the Jaguars defense wreaked havoc with the Eagles the remainder of the game, by forcing five turnovers over the game’s final three quarters.

“We spend time at practice working on creating turnovers every week,” coach Dan Friedman said. “If the defense doesn’t create three turnovers they have to run at the end of practice.” Junior safety Braden Reber led the way defensively with a forced fumble, fumble recovery and an interception. In the second quarter, with the Jaguars holding a 7-3 lead, Eagles quarterback Jared Melson lofted a deep pass down the middle of the field to junior Austin Cottrell. Cottrell hauled in the apparent big-gain, which would have set Sandra Day up with a first down inside the Jaguars 20 yard-line. Instead, Reber caught up to Cottrell, stripped the ball from the wide receiver’s hands and then picked up the fumbled ball and returned it up field. The defensive struggle remained 7-3 late into the third quarter. With their offense unable to mount much of an attack against the Jaguars defense, Sandra Day O’Connor tried a high-risk fake punt from deep in their own territory. On 4th-and-4 from their own 16 yard-line the Eagles elected to snap the ball directly to their upback rather than punt the ball away.

The Jaguars weren’t fooled though, stopping the Eagles at their own 14-yardline. Instead of making the Eagles pay for their risky play call the Jaguars eventually settled for a 24-yard field goal from Dom Perna. Despite having a 1stand-goal from the 1-yardline the Jaguars could only push the lead to 10-3 as two runs lost five yards and then Trevor Miller’s throw to the corner of the end zone saw senior Isaiah Huston go high in the air, catch the ball while nearly horizontal, before having the ball come loose when he hit the ground. While the offense wasn’t able to put the game out of reach, the defense took it upon itself to seal the win. With approximately 7 minutes remaining in the game, Melson, from the Eagles own 38 yard-line, went back to pass. Reber responded with the play of the night, stepping in front of the pass near the Jaguars sideline and then returning the interception 45-yards for a touchdown to make the score 17-7. “I was just playing my position and I read the play right,” Reber said. “When I caught it I saw the end zone and thought I could get there.”

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trails from page 1 Trail manager said the area between Spur Cross and Usery Mountain Regional Park at the western end of the Goldfield Mountains in the East Valley will be an area of emphasis in the coming year. “We’ve got agreements with Tonto National Forest on the Northeast side of the McDowell Mountain Preserve and then from there we’ll go south to Usery. If we’re lucky we’ll have those three parks connected a year from now,” he said. While 2020 was originally the target goal to finish the Maricopa Trail, Coover said six years into the build 2018 might be a better estimated completion date. “It’s pretty ambitious, but we’re on schedule,” he said. In describing the genesis of the project, Coover said Maricopa County officials, in the Eye to the Future 2020 plan, laid out a vision to give residents a chance to be healthier through the enjoyment of recreation. “We have these great regional parks, but there weren’t any connections between the parks,” Coover said. “The effort is a real tribute to the parks department,” Kunasek said. The trail system eventually will build out to 1521 miles

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CAVE CREEK Trail addition CONSIDERED The Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department is currently considering the addition of a connector trail from Cave Creek Regional Park’s Quartz Trail to the Desert Foothills Land Trust trail system. To establish the level of interest from the community for the connector trail, the department is soliciting feedback from park visitors through a brief online survey which has been posted at A survey can also be obtained by calling Leigh at 602-506-8941 or leighjohnson@mail. Surveys will be accepted until 5 p.m. on Oct. 22. Once the process has been completed, feedback will be reviewed and a decision on the project will be posted on the department’s website. Cave Creek Regional Park is located at 37900 N. Cave Creek Parkway in Cave Creek. across the county land area. The effort has required cooperative agreements with Phoenix, Scottsdale, Peoria, Cave Creek and Guadalupe, the Tonto National Forest, the Maricopa County Flood Control District and Salt River Project. “This has been a complicated, laborious process to assemble and build and to be on schedule is quite an accomplishment,” Kunasek said, crediting the Maricopa County Parks Department Director R.J. Cardin and his staff as well as other cooperating agencies. It will provide challenging, longer trails for competitive hikers and mountain bikers seeking back-country

experiences outside the urbanized park systems. The trails between Cave Creek and Lake Pleasant are already being used for hikers training to cross the Grand Canyon rim-to-rim. Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department Director R.J. Cardin encourages the community to get involved with the trails, explaining that the parks department cannot maintain the trail system with just its own maintenance funds. “We are seeking volunteers from both the community and local businesses who can donate time and other resources to help maintain the trails,” Cardin said. Maps for the completed segments of the Maricopa Regional Trail system can be found at maricopa. gov/parks/MaricopaTrail/.

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with portrayals of Ray Charles, Johnny Mathis and other legends. The Stragglers western band with Geoff Conklin will perform. The evening also will include the release of a rescued great horned owl. Dinner includes a BBQ buffet catered by Bobby Q’s, visit 20 wildlife and community exhibits. The evening also will include the chance to bid on silent auction items and invest in tickets for the Firewater Drawing. Exhibitors include Wild at Heart, Southwest Wildlife, Scottsdale Mounted Police, Phoenix Herpetological Society, and the Cave Creek Museum. MacDonald’s Ranch is located at 26540 North Scottsdale Road in north Scottsdale. Advance registration is $46 for adults and $16 for children. Seating is limited. Prices at the door (if available) are $51 for adults and $17 for children. The event benefits the Desert Foothills Scenic Drive,


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or six for $100 to win a one week stay in Maui, Hawaii. For information go to or contact Tari Skousen at 623-712-8150 or email Legends is located at 3655 W. Anthem Way. Comedy show, music concert aids Foothills Food Bank The Foothills Food Bank and Resource Center, will host the Cactus Shadows High School Jazz Band and a comedy show featuring Mark Cordes, known as the spouse whisperer, at 7 p.m., Thursday at the Carefree Resort opera house. The evening will also include a silent auction. The food bank is looking to raise money for the purchase of a new home for its operations. The food bank, which currently serves 8,000 families, half of which live in Cave Creek and Carefree, provides food and financial assistance to families. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased on the Foothills Food Bank and Resource Center website,, or at the food bank, which is located at 6920 E. Cave Creek Road. Tickets also can be purchased by credit card by calling 602-284-3483. Carefree Resort is located at 37220 Mule Train Road in Carefree, Ariz., 85377.


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defense from page 6 After giving up just three points in their last eight quarters of play and allowing an average of only eight points per game in their four wins, Reber said the key to the defense’s success has been pretty simple. “Our defense is really playing like a team,” he said. “We have incredible coaching. They put us in good position to be successful.” Offensively the Jaguars weren’t spectacular, but didn’t turn the ball over and had enough of a balance to keep the Eagles guessing. Junior quarterback Trevor Miller spread the wealth, hitting six different receivers, during a 17 – for – 26 passing performance for 139 yards. Huston led the way with seven catches for 48 yards. A limited ground attack was led by senior Stephen Landeros, who rushed for 50 yards on 15 carries, including a 1-yard touchdown run.

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CACTUS SHADOWS In a game that saw 112 points scored the Falcons fell to the Badgers in Prescott 63-49 on Friday. The defensive woes continue for Cactus Shadows (1-4), which has given up an average of 49 points per game in their four losses.


The team’s running defense continues to be their biggest problem as Badgers senior Brady Mengarelli rushed for an unheard of 419 yards on 30 carries, nearly 14 yards per effort. Offensively the Falcons did their best to give themselves a shot to win as senior quarterback Bryce Kinsler threw for an astronomical 639 yards, completing 37 – of - 60 passes including five touchdowns against two interceptions. Senior Matt Hartlen was Kinsler’s favorite target, catching 15 passes for 222 yards, while fellow senior Kyle Gladstone wasn’t far behind, with 13 receptions for 271 yards. The receiving duo combined for five touchdown receptions with Gladstone hauling in three. Despite their current struggles the Falcons figure to have a strong chance to win next week when they travel to Phoenix to take on Goldwater. After winning their opener against Shadow Mountain the Bulldogs (1-4) have dropped their last four games, losing by an average of 27 points per contest. Games start at 7 p.m.

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The Desert Foothills Land Trust is looking for North Valley community members interested in becoming involved in protecting the landscape they love through volunteer activity. The organization is hosting a volunteer orientation session, which will provide an overview for those considering volunteering from 6 – 7 p.m., Oct. 4 at the Carefree office. Desert Foothills Land Trust representatives will share information about the organization and their volunteer opportunities, including assistance with special events and office activities, as well as workdays on preserved lands.  Executive Director Sonia Perillo said, “Volunteers are crucial to the Land Trust’s work. This is a great opportunity for folks to participate directly in land conservation.” Additionally, for those particularly interested in land stewardship and management activities, the Land Trust is offering six indepth Steward and Docent Training classes, which will cover natural history, geology, invasive species and other topics related to preserve management and land conservation activities.  Stewards and Docents must complete all six courses, plus the volunteer orientation session.  Upon completion of the training, Stewards and Docents have the opportunity to adopt a preserve to assist the Land Trust with

monitoring and management activities, leading guided hikes and providing preserve visitors with information. Steward and Docent Training takes place from 9 a.m. – noon every Thursday from Oct. 11 through Nov. 15. Space is limited and reservations are required. Thos interested in participating are asked to RSVP by Oct. 8 to Vicki Domonkos at 480-488-6131 or The Desert Foothills Land Trust Office is located at 7518 E. Elbow Bend, Ste. B-6 in Carefree. Those interested in attending the Volunteer Orientation Session are asked to RSVP by Tuesday, by calling Mary Warren at 480-488-6131 or Desert Foothills Land Trust works with landowners, communities and partners to protect the most special and important natural areas in the Arizona communities of Carefree, Cave Creek, north Scottsdale, north Phoenix, Anthem and New River. The Land Trust has permanently protected 620 acres on 17 preserves, many of which are open to the public for exploration and passive recreation. In 2010, the Land Trust was awarded accredited status by the national Land Trust Accreditation Commission – a mark of distinction in the land trust community. More information is available or 480-488-6131.


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For the most part computers have been mainly under attack from worms and viruses. The primary goal of these malicious programs was to spread; however, in some cases these programs were designed to cause damage to files and hardware. This type of “malware” is commonly referred to as ‘cyber vandalism’. In most cases, the goal of worms and viruses is to spread as far as possible, fame and high praise by the cybercriminal’s peers and hacking community being the ultimate goal. Currently, the most critical threat faced by computer users is crimeware. This new breed of malware is developed by cybercriminals with the sole purpose of stealing your money. These programs can be in the form of viruses, worms, trojans and other malicious programs. Some are used to log your keystrokes as you type (keyloggers), some capture screenshots when you are using banking websites and others let a remote hacker access your system. What they all have in common is the ability to steal your confidential information such as passwords and account numbers. Equipped with this

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Anthem theater group earns recognition STAFF REPORT

Musical Theatre of Anthem (MTA) was honored with six ariZoni Theatre Awards of Excellence (ZONI) at the awards ceremony on Sept. 17 at Tempe Center for the Arts. The theatre was nominated for 36 ariZoni Awards for the 20112012 season. “We are honored to have received awards for all aspects of our productions including acting, directing, music directing, and choreography,” said Jackie Hammond, MTA’s Producing Artistic Director. “We are incredibly thankful for the support of the community, our sponsors, and our wonderful families.” The ariZoni Theatre Awards is a not-for-profit organization devoted to promoting the visibility and growth of theatre in the Valley of the Sun & Maricopa County. Each year at its annual awards ceremony, the

and the winners are… Supporting Actress in a Youth Musical Ali Whitwell as Lucy – 13 Supporting Actor in a Youth Musical Maxximillian CarlisleKing as Archie – 13 Guest Actor in a Youth Musical Matt Newhard as Rooster – Annie Musical Direction in a Youth Musical Jackie Hammond and Mark 4Man – 13 Choreography in a Youth Musical Sherry Henderson – 13 Director in a Youth Musical Laura O’Meara – Willy Wonka Jr

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events from page 11 Honey Festival comes to Boulders The inaugural Arizona Honey Festival is set for 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday at El Pederegal Shops and Dining at the Boulders. The festival will include a variety of events including a cooking with honey demonstration, both wine tastings and honey tastings. The event also will include live bluegrass entertainment by Barefoot and Pregnanet, Jimmy Pines and Washboard, and Chicken and Waffles bands. The free event takes place at the Boulders, located at 34505 North Scottsdale Road. For information call 480-488-1072, 480488-9009 or go to or

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DFT Gecko Theater performs during dinner at Harold’s The young performers from Desert Foothills Gecko Teatro Youth Theater will perform their favorite songs from their current and upcoming shows at 4:30 p.m. Sunday at Harold’s Corral in Cave Creek. Cost for the spaghetti dinner is $15 for adults and $8 for youth 8 and under. Proceeds benefit DFT Gecko Teatro Youth Theater and provide theater education scholarships for students in need. Harold’s is located at 6895 E. Cave Creek Road in Cave Creek. For information on Desert Foothills Theater go to

falls leading to injury at the Falls Prevention event, taking place from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m., Thursday at the FCF-Holland Community Center. The event, which commemorates National Falls Prevention Month in September, includes balance screenings, Yoga and Tai Chi demonstrations, a panel discussion, equipment and resource displays along with interactive information that will provide a variety of community resources that work to provide safety in the home. The FCF-Holland Community Center is located at 34250 N. 60th St., in Scottsdale. For information or to RSVP, call 480-488-1105.

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movie review


The comic series 2000 AD, which features the stoic, justice wielding Judge Dredd, has been around since the late 1970s. The comic spawned the 1995 feature starring Sylvester Stallone, which was marred by unnecessary comic relief and a forced love interest. Dredd 3D simplifies the character of Dredd in the best ways, while focusing on making a well executed, action-packed comic adaptation that will have you wondering where this Judge has been hiding. Mega-City One is the future; it’s a vast, decaying city that finds humanity living in 200-floor community structures. Crime is rampant and run by gangs fighting to gain any footing in the communities. Drugs are commonplace, specifically the new street drug called Slo-mo that is being manufactured by crime queen Ma-Ma (Lena Headey). Justice has been deputized to Street Judges, highly trained law enforcers who carry multi-arsenal handguns. Their purpose is simply an all-in-one judge, jury, and executioner. The toughest of these judges is Dredd (Karl Urban). With a stern, law above anything else mentality, Dredd is a

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formidable force of power and influence. These characteristics make him a perfect choice to conduct a field assessment exam for recruit Anderson (Olivia Thirlby), a young woman who doesn’t quite meet par on paper but has other valuable skills.


Dir: Pete Travis Starring: Karl Urban, Olivia Thirlby, and Lena Headey 3.5 out of 5.00 Their first assignment has them investigating a triple homicide in one of Mega-City One’s most dangerous complexes, which just happens to be inhabited by Ma-Ma’s entire gang. Character is a big part of this films success. Urban’s role as Dredd doesn’t require much, but he makes the most of every scene. His tough demeanor, rigid posture, and near monotone delivery is structured throughout. This allows Urban to remain threatening yet permits moments of comic brevity, a nice touch. Lena Headey is also good as MaMa in the same reserved way as Dredd; her serenely sadistic delivery allows for some nice verbal abuse. Olivia Thirlby shoulders the weight of the drama, and unfortunately it’s

met with mixed results. At times her portrayal is used nicely to accompany Dredd’s deadpan style, but other times, specifically during moments of action, it’s forced and unnatural. The narrative isn’t great, but it doesn’t pretend to be. It’s understood that Dredd 3D is first an action film, and it doesn’t disappoint on that end. Ultimately what will hurt the story is the fact that it’s too similar to The Raid, one of the best action films I’ve seen in a long time. However, there are some really ingenious aspects that the film implements too, most notably the use of slow motion capture actions scenes; graphic, vicious, and undeniably cool. The composition of the grim and grey outside world reflects the turmoil inside the apartment complex. This environment seems like a limitation of space in an action film, but it actually takes on a life of its’ own and becomes an interesting atmosphere for conflict. The fact that Dredd doesn’t take his helmet off once proves that the filmmakers wanted to remain authentic to the source material and create a film that fans of the iconic Judge would love. To that extent Dredd 3D has exceeded expectation, but it’s also a fun film that’s easy to get lost in too.

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Consistency is paramount in court

S h e seemed upset and a little conf used as she walked up to the WILLIAMS judge’s bench in the courtroom. Through an interpreter, she asked me to dismiss the order of protection she had in place against a man who had assaulted her because she had nobody else to watch her children. She said he had been attending church and that she wanted to forgive him. I tried, perhaps unsuccessfully, to explain that the Christian concept of forgiveness was not the same as tolerating abusive behavior. Sometimes, there are no good options. Eviction cases also provide weekly examples of similar but different sets of problems. My court hears residential eviction cases every Monday

and Wednesday afternoon. Frequently, the tenants are nice people who can no longer honor their lease due to a job loss, a major medical bill, or both. Sometimes they come to court mad that their landlord because he is no longer willing to work with them. After I explain that state law does not authorize me to give them additional time to pay their rent, frequently their anger flips and becomes focused on me. The reality that I am an elected judge also comes into play because uniformly enforcing standards is generally unpopular with individuals going through the court system, the majority of which are potential voters. By way of example, I have developed a set of general rules for how I handle recurring fact patterns. However, to the individual citizen, their case is not a recurring fact pattern. In fact, it may be the only time in their life that they come to court. If I just dismissed everyone’s

Voters going through foreclosures face confusion Today, the Fair Elections Legal Network released a report “Lose Your Home, Keep Your Vote: How to Protect Voters Caught Up in Foreclosure.” The report highlights the confusion victims of foreclosure may face when determining how they can cast a ballot this November and lays out practical answers for election officials and voters on how to protect their right to vote. Along with the report, FELN has released a guide on where Arizona voters can vote depending on where they are in the foreclosure process. Foreclosures are still plaguing many communities across the country. According to RealtyTrac, Arizona had

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114,000 new foreclosure filings in 2011 – one of the highest in the nation. During the first half of 2012, Arizona had the second highest foreclosure rate in the country with more than 49,000 new filings. During the first six months of 2012, more than one million households nationwide were affected by foreclosures. The second quarter of 2012 saw a spike in the number of new foreclosure filings with a nine percent increase over the first quarter and six percent increase from the second quarter of 2011. Foreclosure victims, like all movers, face hurdles to voting that include updating their address or reregistering to vote in a new jurisdiction.

traffic ticket, then I would be very popular with some; but I also would not be doing my job. (Obviously, I would be less than popular with law enforcement officers.) If I set aside some fines for people who seemed nice, then that would be a problem as well. One of the worst things a judge can be is arbitrary. While there are always exceptions to general rules, the law must be consistently applied to everyone. Your choice of sports team, political party, hair color or tattoos can neither be an aggravating nor mitigating factor. Even so, if you are charged with an alcohol related offense (DUI, underage drinking, etc.), then it is probably a very bad idea to show up for your arraignment wearing a t-shirt containing advertising for an alcoholic beverage. In Maricopa County, being a justice of the peace can also be challenging because of the sheer volume of cases. For example, the North Valley Justice Court

had the following incoming cases filed in August 2012: 39 DUIs, 148 other criminal traffic violations, 86 other misdemeanor cases, 369 civil traffic cases, 48 small claims cases, 307 eviction actions, 441 other civil lawsuits (mostly collection actions), 15 orders of protection and 14 injunctions against harassment. The court also collected $80,145.48 in fines in August. Justice courts remain section of the judicial branch where the average citizen is most

likely to interact with the legal system. While some people are obviously there involuntarily, justice courts are designed to be and remain user friendly. For additional information on the justice court judges, their locations and on sample forms, go to: http://justicecourts. Judge Gerald Williams is the presiding justice of the peace for the Northwest Regional Court Center. His column appears monthly in The Foothills Focus.

The steps that need to be taken are often determined by whether or not an individual has acquired a new residence and has done so before the state voter registration deadline. For foreclosure victims, where in the foreclosure process the individual is can make a difference in what they need to do in order to vote. Those forced from their homes are confronted with challenges to protect their right to vote, including establishing residence, updating the documentation needed to prove their voting residence, and meeting conflicting and often confusing state-imposed registration deadlines. In each state, one must reside or be deemed to have a residence in order to cast a ballot in that state. However, election laws vary state-by-state with regards

to a voter’s residency or voting domicile. In some states, the law is straight forward. In California, the state with the highest number of foreclosures, and 17 other states, a person can continue voting at the address of their foreclosed home until they establish a new residence in which they intend to remain. In other states, the correct polling place for a foreclosure victim is often more confusing. Compounding the problem, over the past two years several states have passed laws that add extra obstacles for voters to cast a ballot. For instance, in Florida, registered voters who have moved are no longer able to update their registration on Election Day and vote a regular ballot if they move outside of the county in which they were registered. In several other states, voters are now required

to show a photo ID with a current address in order to vote. These new voter ID laws are just one more challenge a voter has to overcome to cast a ballot – especially if they do not already have an acceptable ID. And obtaining an ID could be even more challenging if they do not have documentation to prove residency in the state because they lack a permanent residence. The Fair Elections Legal Network is distributing the report to the nation’s secretaries of state asking them to educate their state’s foreclosure victims as to their rights to vote. FELN’s report “Lose Your Home, Keep Your Vote: How to Protect Voters Caught Up in Foreclosure” can be found at resources/foreclosure.

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Please visit our website at to place your classified. Rate for classifieds are $.50 per word and must be prepaid. Deadline for classifieds is Wed. at 5pm for the following Wed. issue. Classifieds may also be faxed to 623-465-1363. Please note that no classifieds are accepted over the phone. Notices

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WANTED: Gutenberg Bible. Was family heirloom, sold by ex-husband in New River. If you know of it’s existence PLEASE ALLOW us to re-purchase. 928-910-2290

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Becky Knorr from Smart Styles Salon has relocated to Frankie & Lanie’s Family Hair Care next to Ray’s Pizza in Anthem. PLEASE call 623-680-8231 for appt. Al-anon Meetings in Anthem. Mondays 10:45am. St Rose Parish. 2825 W Rose Canyon Circle. S/W corner of Daisy Mtn & Meridian. ATTENTION DIABETICS with Medicare. Get a FREE talking meter and diabetic testing supplies at NO COST, plus FREE home delivery! Best of all, this meter eliminates painful finger pricking! Call 888-274-7930. (AzCAN) Appliances Whirlpool Gold fridge, oven, dishwasher. Black in color $450 for all! 623-742-0369/602-214-5692 ATV/Cycle/Etc 1960 to 1976 Enduro or dirt bike wanted by private party. Must be complete 50cc to 500cc. Will look at all, running or not. 480-518-4023 Autos CASH FOR VEHICLE W/ BLOWN HEAD GASKET/ CRACKED HEAD/CLEAR TITLE 602-909-3144 1964 to 1972 classic sports car, muscle car wanted by private party running or not. 480-518-4023 DONATE YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR BOAT TO HERITAGE FOR THE BLIND. Free 3 Day Vacation, Tax Deductible, Free Towing, All Paperwork Taken Care Of. 888854-9442. (AzCAN)

Finance SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS. WIN or Pay Nothing! Start Your Application In Under 60 Seconds. Call Today! Contact Disability Group, Inc. Licensed Attorneys & BBB Accredited. Call 888-859-3767. (AzCAN) Help Wanted $2500 bonus!--FT and Casual OTR drivers are needed to start immediately! Earn $4500-$5500 per month and guaranteed daily pay. 1yr exp and hazmat req. 1-800-835-9471 Assisting Hands Home Care is looking for experienced Caregivers/ CNAs to service our clients in local area. Current CPR/First Aid and negative TB test required. Caring, compassionate and dependable people are welcomed to apply. Call 480-767-3246 to schedule an interview C & R Tire is hiring entry level sales people. Full and Part time. Call Ralph at 602-391-3416 ADVERTISE YOUR JOB Opening in 87 AZ newspapers. Reach over 1 million readers for ONLY $330! Call this newspaper or visit: www. (AzCAN) VETERANS WANTED! Train to drive BIG RIGS! Southwest Truck Driving Training. Use your GI Bill to get your CDL and EARN $35K your first year! Pre-hire Letters before you even begin training! Call Today: Phoenix (602-3520704, Tucson (520-620-6350) (AzCAN)

EMT Paid training to join elite U.S. Navy EMTs. Good pay, medical/ dental, promotions, $ for school. HS grads 17-34. Call Mon-Fri 800-354-9627. (AzCAN) Part time teacher needed in Anthem: Part time teacher needed for a homeschooled female 5th grader. MonThurs mornings (12-16hrs) per week.Must have exp and references. Will need a 9 month commitment from AugMay. Great job for a retired teacher who has a passion for teaching. You would follow the school yr calendar with all major holidays and vacations off. Pay rate is $14-$17.50 an hr. Please email resume to or fax to 623-243-4136 Located in Anthem, looking for young minded, positive, energetic team players with a sense of humor to help adults with developmental disabilities swim, go bowling, fish, play basketball, go to the movies, play board games and many more indoor and outdoor activities. Must have a clean record and drivers license and we will provide the training! 401K/Profit sharing, paid vacation time, $9.25 to start without prior training or experience. Contact Jen 623-551-6134. DRIVER: Daily or Weekly Pay! $0.01 raise per mile after 6 months. Refrigerated & Dry Van Freight. CDL-A, 3 months current OTR exp. 800-414-9569 www. (AzCAN) GORDON TRUCKING, Inc. CDL-A drivers needed! IMMEDIATE OPENINGS! Full time & part time positions. Consistent miles & time off! Full benefits, 401k. Recruiters available 7 days/week! 866-837-5997. (AzCAN)

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VOLUNTEER-SPONSORADOPT! Dreamchaser Horse Rescue offers a myriad of volunteer opportunities. Please consider joining our Dreamchaser family! We need animal lovers who are willing to help with everything from ranch chores to fundraising! We have sanctuary horses who need sponsors, and horses available for adoption. Come see us: www. or Susan at 623-910-6530 MISC. For Sale: 3 culverts, 20ft x 30in, $100 ea. 2 miniature horse carts, $100 each. 1980 Chevy Cheyenne pick up. $2500. Needs some work. 1978 Stuery 15ft boat, $900. 602-679-1247 Misc Wanted Wanted: CASH PAID for guns, wagon wheels, wagons, anvils, wooden barrels, western antiques. 623-742-0369/602-214-5692 SELL YOUR UNWANTED GOLD jewelry and Get Cash! Ranked #1 on NBC’s Today Show. SellYourGold Call to request a Free Appraisal 1-866-616-4043. (AzCAN) Pets & Supplies Rattlesnake proof your dog now. Snake proofing for all breeds of dogs. New River location. 480-215-1776 www. REMEMBER TO ADOPT! Maricopa County Animal Care and Control 602- 506-PETS. www.

Val’s cleaning service ”IT’S ALL YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR IN CLEANING SERVICES” reliable, dependable, personal service for offices and houses. Free estimate. call now! 623-551-4941 or cell 203-830-9327 Val Certified teacher offering tutoring in your home. Various grades and subjects. Call Michele 602-292-3305 Yoga sessions in your home with a certified yoga instructor. Call Michele 602-292-3305 Landscape Maintenance and handyman, irrigation system repairs, all forms of house repairs, tree trimming. 25yrs experience. $12 per hour, no haul offs. 623-434-8125 ask for Tommy. Let me make your home happy!! Licensed Private Investigations. 623-640-5488 All Types Of Investigations ! Aquatic Neurotic Pool Service,pool service starting at 65 a month repairs and tile cleaning at low prices.Call 602-882-4933 Desertscape Nursery Open Daily 623-492-0799 36544 N 7th Ave. Sporting Goods Guns: 12GA side x side shot guns 4 each $399ea. Dennis 602-5799954

Sheltie & Collie rescue have beautiful dogs for adoption. 480488-5711 Services Offered Sprinkler & Drip Repairs. System Check-Ups. Valves, Heads, Timers Drip Irrigation, Leaks. Maintenance Plans. 623-748-4773

REAL ESTATE Commercial Property Historic Opportunity! Own the 108 yr old Crown King General Store! Real Estate, Business, Post Office, Gas Pump & more. Small house included. Historic mining town in tall pines of Crown King. Learn more about our town & store at Escape from the rat race! Owner/ broker 602-717-6363 C-3 For Lease approx. 850 to 3000 sqft. Was Riverside Food Mart in the New River Plaza. Very reasonable to match economic times. 46639 N Black Canyon Hwy. Frontage Road. 623-640-7978

Manufactured Homes $16,900 BRAND NEW MOBILE HOMES with Warranty! Wholesale division, Open to the Public. Floorplans, pictures, and prices: or call 1-800-887-9359 for FREE brochure. (AzCAN) Room For Rent Big House in gated area southwest of Cave Creek/Carefree Hwy. 2 rooms joined by private bath. Bedroom furnished. Garage, cable, wi-fi. Private entrance. Access to house, kitchen and pool. Washer/dryer, personal fridge.

Non=smoking, no pets. Room ready to move in. Utilities incl. $600mo plus $400 dep. Clean person. 480-488-3215 Cute 1bd/1ba rental in 55+ gated BCC community w/pool, spa & clubhouse use. Carport, utility bldg w/d connection. $750/mo. Call owner 623-826-4001

LOOKING FOR AN AFFORDABLE 62+ senior apartment? Superior Arboretum Apartments, immediate occupancy, one bedroom & studios, on-site laundry & utility allowance. Rent based on Income Guidelines. 199 W. Gray Dr., Superior, AZ. Call 1-866-9624804. Equal Housing Opportunity. Wheelchair accessible. www.ncr. org/superiorarboretum. (AzCAN)

Tired of searching for a Rental? Call Jo at Coldwell Banker Daisy Mtn 480-326-8825 at absolutely no cost to you!!

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