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Q&A: Scottsdale Unified’s board candidates address …

Scottsdale Unified School District’s governing board candidates provided their perspectives on how the district should handle infectious diseases as SUSD continues to manage COVID-19 in its schools.

Paradise Valley resident shares love for jazz locally, …

Driving around Paradise Valley, you may have encountered a pair of cars with license plates reading “jazz” and “jazzed.” Owned by Rich Rector and his wife, the former has turned his long-standing passion for jazz music into a radio show where he captivates listeners with an array of jazz accompanied by his commentary.

Q&A: Kavanagh, Dugger seek election to Arizona Senate …

Standing house representative John Kavanagh, R-Fountain Hills, and newcomer Thomas Dugger, D-Phoenix, are competing for Legislative District 3’s Arizona State Senate seat in the upcoming midterm elections.

Q&A: Get to know the District 3 candidates for Arizona …

Candidates Joseph Chaplik, R-Scottsdale, and Alexander Kolodin, R-Scottsdale, are running unopposed by a Democratic competitor for the two seats on the Arizona House of Representatives for District 3 in the Nov. 8 general election.

McDowell Sonoran Conservancy shares hope for further …

The McDowell Sonoran Conservancy, responsible for “championing the sustainability of the McDowell Sonoran Preserve,” presented to Scottsdale leaders its latest data on work completed to maintain the land in the future.

Scottsdale Fire Department seeks grant funding for …

In addressing the health of the city’s firefighters, Scottsdale Fire Department is working to secure funding for a comprehensive cancer screening program that would help to diagnose and treat firefighters in a timely manner.

Q&A: What do Scottsdale Unified’s candidates think …

Along with electing two new governing board members in the November election, Scottsdale Unified School District will also be voting to approve another additional assistance override.

Walter Hive in Scottsdale advocates for building …

Bridging the gap between community members and innovative arts education, the Walter Hive in Scottsdale offers workshops and events that aim to build people’s confidence in their art skills through community.

Scottsdale Unified grapples with Native American …

Recent data collected by Scottsdale Unified School District showed Native American students are still recovering from impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, however, it also shows hope for future improvement.

Scottsdale Unified board candidates discuss district …

With the November election approaching, the five candidates running for the Scottsdale Unified School District’s governing board shared their thoughts on the district’s biggest issues and their drive for taking part in this election.

SciTech Institute aims to connect people through …

Students interested in STEM may be confused about where to start their careers in the field or what careers are available to them, but SciTech Institute is working to be that point of connection to bring interested parties to engaging, useful STEM opportunities.

Scottsdale approves additional contract for its solar …

To facilitate the ongoing project at the city’s North Corporation Campus, Scottsdale City Council has approved another contract for funding the next construction phase of a new parking structure, which includes funding for additional solar energy systems.

Permit approved for expansion of Scottsdale marijuana …

Flower Launch LLC, an Arizona-based cannabis company, has received approval from Scottsdale City Council for a permit that will allow the business to expand upon its current 15,000 square-foot marijuana cultivation facility.

Sweet and ‘boozy’ desserts gain traction in …

Stopping by an ice cream shop on a hot, summer day can be the needed relief from the sweltering Arizona heat. In Scottsdale, a couple of shops are remixing this concept by adding the option of incorporating alcohol into these classic sweet treats.

Mostly positive results recorded in Scottsdale …

After a two-year break, Scottsdale Unified School District has conducted another Hanover Climate Survey, which includes feedback from the district’s students, parents and staff about the cultural climate found in schools.

Scottsdale locals launch laptop initiative for …

Starting the school year, college students are expected to come to class ready with a catalog of supplies from books to computers. Not all students can afford to keep up with the changing demands for school supplies, however one couple looks to solve this issue at Coronado High School.

Aunt Chilada’s receives new business permits for …

Located within the Arizona Grand Resort, Aunt Chilada’s, a Mexican restaurant open since 1986 in Tempe, recently caused some concern for neighboring communities about excessive noise with extended hours of operation.

Growing data centers in the Valley pose minor impacts …

Around the Valley and country, construction of data centers is on the rise as people continue to rely on and have a need for cloud-based storage options among other digital data services; but especially here in Arizona, there’s concern for whether such massive projects are environmentally feasible with a steadily growing population and an uncertain supply of water.

Scottsdale Unified considers possibilities for its …

Offering a variety of fine arts opportunities for its students, Scottsdale Unified School District looks to continue supporting those arts programs following a discussion on their current state and how they can be further developed.
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