The Cedar Creek Chronicle

June 25th Issue

Note from Editor

Leava Malone (martianjew resident)
Editor in Chief of The Cedar Creek Chronicle

This week’s issue will be a little light due to the recent change of Editor in Chief. Future issues will have more stories and other information. Let’s start by welcoming all of the new citizens of Cedar Creek. We hope you enjoy your stay and we look forward to getting to know you all.



This weekend is a special one for Cedar Creek! The mayoral debates have led to this point and now it is time for the citizens of Cedar Creek to make their final decision on who they would like to see as the new Mayor of Cedar Creek. Will it be the current Mayor, Xavier Aeon? Or will it be the contender, Gattz Gilman? You make the decision! You have until 10 pm SLT Sunday night to cast your vote. You will have had to register in order to vote. If you need to register please complete the voter registration at:

Local News

In other news, there was a fire reported, Saturday, June 24th, by Feild Reporter Jenna Odisark. It is reported that the fire broke out at approximately 9:45 am at the Paintball Facility located at 450 Boston St. Thade Knelstrom of the Cedar Creek Fire Department and Officer Keon Orvar of the Cedar Creek Police Department responded to the call. The fire spread to the surrounding buildings but no one was reported to be injured. The report states that the buildings were empty at the time of the fire. As of right now, the cause of the fire is unknown. The CCFD and CCPD will be investigating further to determine the cause and more information will be reported at that time.

Local Featured Business



Looking for something sweet to eat?
want to surprise your love with a special treat?
Looking for a dessert that will make you scream
and other frozen treats like Ice cream?
Frosted Delights has all sweets in stock.
From cupcakes, cakes, and even pies!
We even have lunch foods if sweets aren’t your thing, PLUS all are LIFE2 compatible!




The Cedar Creek Chronicle

May 22, Issue 7

I must start by apologizing for the lateness of the newspaper. I was waiting on articles, pictures, and confirmation of events that had taken place this past week and while I held off as long as I could, it delayed the newspaper far longer than I had intended. As a result though, I came to realize that regardless the show must go on, even if it means a smaller issue than planned.

We had some interesting rumors take life this week, ones that I could not confirm. I am rather interested in the tiger that roamed around the community and who owned the majestic creature. How did it come to be in Cedar Creek and did the owners have permits to keep such an animal in their home. Again I cannot confirm these whispers are true as I could not find the creature roaming about myself.

I spent a great deal of time roaming Riverwalk Way and the downtown core. Many changes have occurred with some shops no longer in business. It is important that we support our local community and the merchants that set roots. Many places are hiring employees as well. If you are looking for employment (rp) consider one of our communities establishments.

As always, if you have something wish to share through the paper – whether it is a story, a joke, advice, a picture, or some other form of writing and art – submit it to the paper. The Chronicle is looking for all kinds of writers and photographers.

Enjoy your week and remember the Memorial Weekend events will be here before we know it!

Catherine Raine

Editor and Chief

The Cedar Creek Chronicle – No main issue this week.

Feature Story of the Week – No feature this week as the story could not be confirmed.


Cedar Creek Real Estate – Looking to hire one new Sales Agent. If you are interested in applying for the position, please complete the application.

Cedar Creek Pre School – Looking to hire 2 preschool teachers, 3 or more K-12 teachers, a Principal for a K-12 school as well as assistants. If interested please message Cadie McCallen (cadance.mccallen) with a copy of your resume and fill out the application

Cedar Creek K-12 School – We are also looking to hire a Superintendent and staff. If you are interested please fill out the application

City Municipal Building – Looking for a qualified Judges, Asst. District Attorney, a Public Defender and a Bailiff. Interested? Please fill out the application

Cedar Creek Memorial – Looking for dependable and experienced staff members of all kind. Please message Lea Swordthain with any resumes and details of the position(s) that you are interested in or fill out the application

Cedar Creek Fire Department – Looking for dependable and active Fire and EMS personnel. If interested please fill out the application

Cedar Creek Police Department – Looking for dependable and active Officers and Detectives personnel. If interested please fill out the application

Yoga Studio – Looking for Management and Instructor. Running/Managing the Yoga Studio would require 100L$ payment per week and give an allotted 25 prims for your personal touches.

Paintball – Looking for Clerk and Management. Managing of the Paintball build would require 100L$ payment per week and give an allotted 25 prims for your personal touches.

Sapphire’s Steakhouse – Looking for Bartenders and Wait Staff. Please contact Gabbi Sapphire (gabbisapphire) if interested in one of these positions.

Cedar Creek Smoke Shop – Looking for a Clerk and Manager. Please message the Rei Silvercloud (craddick).

Callahan’s Pub – Hiring Staff…Message LemonPledge if interested in a position at the Pub.

Sprinkles – Hiring in shop employees & cart/bicycle drivers. Must be at least 16 years old (30 days). Pay – Tips (jar provided – 100% to employee). Contact Alice Mavinelli for more information

The Cedar Creek Chronicle – Interested in being a reporter or be behind the camera? Want to get and write those juicy stories? Take those rare and story telling images? If so, The Cedar Creek Chronicle wants you!! Write up a note card type resume and send it over to our new Editor and Chief, Catherine Raine (catherine inaka).

Featured Business of the Week

670 Virginia, Array!!
Sprinkles is your one stop shop for sweet treats! With a variety of ice creams and candies, your sweet tooth will be satisfied. Stop on by today.
Hiring in shop employees; cart/bicycle drivers
Must be at least 16 years old (30 days)
Pay – Tips (jar provided – 100% to employee)
Contact Alice Mavinelli for more information


As Seen Around Cedar Creek – no images were submitted this week

The Cedar Creek Chronicle

May 13, Issue 6

Welcome to another edition of the Chronicle!

This week, we saw the community come together to participate in several events from bowling, dancing, to the community fun day in the park. It was wonderful to see everyone coming out to support our events and meet new people from the community.

Slowly the Chronicle is rebuilding its staff, we are still in need of writers and photographers though. As well, we take article submissions from citizens every day. If you have a joke to share, picture of an event, or a story to tell, be sure to pass this on to the Chronicle for publication. What to head a column of some sort (advice, cooking, or another idea), do not hesitate to contact Chronicle with your ideas.

I hope you enjoy this weeks paper and remember to support our local community.

Catherine Raine

Editor and Chief

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The Cedar Creek Chronicle

May 7, Issue 5


Whether you came to read the paper as a citizen of our fine community or a visitor who happened to find an issue blowing in the wind, allow me be the first to welcome you to a new edition of the Cedar Creek Chronicle. Over the past week, there have been some changes not only within the community but within the office of the Chronicle. We saw many new businesses open their doors and prepare for customers, we saw stores close, individuals chose new directions to take, new citizens moved into the community, and we saw our very first community yard sale take place.

I would like to take this time to welcome all new citizens and shop owners to our community; together we will make Cedar Creek the place to be.

While there is no issue of the paper this week as we proceed ahead with new changes in staffing, I do invite you to view our Classifieds, Employment, Featured Business of the Week, and As Seen Around Cedar Creek Sections of the paper. I also encourage you to visit our local shops, tour the city, and if you see something that is newsworthy snap a few pictures and write a few words, nothing will be turned away.

For now I leave you and I look forward to what happens in Cedar Creek this week.

Catherine Raine

Editor and Chief

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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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