The Cedar Creek Chronicle

April 22, Issue 3

Greeting Everyone,

I want to share what is on my mind….

I want to welcome all the new Residents to Cedar Creek, it is amazing to see Cedar Creek growing. I see some wonderful children out having fun, exploring. Cedar Creek has become a place where people want to move to and raise their families. I, as a mother myself, would like to remind everyone to please beware that there are children around, some run into the streets with out thinking; I even know adults that do the same. So when out driving, or operating any kind of machinery or vehicle’s be mindful of your surroundings. Abide by the posted speed limit signs, and always be courteous.

I would also like to encourage people to think about bringing more business’s to Cedar Creek, we need more variety. I personally would enjoy seeing some more restaurants, clothing stores, a Music Store would be awesome. just a few ideas.

Again as Editor and Chief of The Cedar Creek Chronicle, I encourage anyone who has the gift of writing, story telling, jokes, poetry, please feel free to send your work to, I will review it and find a place to share in the paper. Please make sure it is PG appropriate.

Peace and Happiness,

Trinity O’Neil
Editor and Chief
The Cedar Creek Chronicle

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The Cedar Creek Chronicle

April 15, Issue 2

Hello Cedar Creek Residents,

Today I will be sharing my thoughts on the disturbing things happening in our Huntington Valley.

Huntington is the oldest area of Cedar Creek, it is where it all began. Lately it has become a town of what appears to be illegal activity.

Last weekend some historical building’s were burned down, the Motel that has been there for some 50 years torched. My sources tell me it was due to some drug deals, and other illegal activity. It saddens me to see such things have found there way to our Community. I promise as a Reporter, and a concerned citizen, I will be looking into more of this.

Let’s ban together and beware of what goes on around you. I am always available to talk, if you have tips or concerns, I can be reached at 720-218-NEWS (6397).

Trinity O’Neil
Editor and Chief

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The Cedar Creek Chronicle

April 8, Issue 1

Hello Cedar Creek, just some random thoughts from the Editor and Chief.

Has anyone else noticed the new young visitors who made their, way to our lovely community. I am proud of the people who live here, and have taken the extra step to friend them, and try to help them.

I am looking forward to having an Orphanage and even a Children’s home opening so that we have more resources to help these children. I believe no child should ever be abandoned.

I am glad that two of the boys Zee and Adam were reunited with their Foster Mom, and I am hoping that little Blake will be coming to stay with me until we can figure out what is happening in his life. He totally stole my heart.

So I guess what I am hoping is that the residents of Cedar Creek, take more action in helping the young people who find them selves here in Cedar Creek.

Until Next week,
Trinity O’Neil
Editor and Chief
The Cedar Creek Chronicle.

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Awareness Feature


What is Autism:

Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by impaired social interaction, verbal and non-verbal communication, and restricted and repetitive behavior. Parents usually notice signs in the first two years of their child’s life.[1] These signs often develop gradually, though some children with autism reach their developmental milestones at a normal pace and then regress.[2] The diagnostic criteria require that symptoms become apparent in early childhood, typically before age three.[3]