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Very few people deserve more respect and praise than the United States veterans who call the Town of Paradise Valley home. From going to war to keeping America safe during peaceful times, … more
Ascent at The Phoenician has announced winners of its Phoenician Memories social media contest sharing everything from annual traditions to favorite experiences while staying at the venue. more
The Salt River Indian Community Fire Department will host the fifth annual Memorial Stair Climb at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick on Sept. 11, to honor and remember the fallen firefighters on the 20th anniversary of 9/11. more
In addition to appetizers, antipasto salad, entrée and dessert, at-risk youth from Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Arizona brought personal development and job readiness to a recent luncheon. more
Mysterious electric misfires happening in one’s brain is the best guess brilliant minds of the medical community can offer in explanation of the neurological condition commonly known as … more
The Boy Scouts of America’s Grand Canyon Council — independent nonprofit organization chartered by the Boy Scouts of America in Arizona — is celebrating 100 years of scouting and welcomes the community for a picnic, activities and more. more
Kristina Locke, principal/director of business development at Coe & Van Loo Consultants, has been appointed to the Town of Paradise Valley Planning Commission for a three-year term. more
Hunkapi Programs, an equine therapy farm in Scottsdale, announces receipt of a $25,000 donation from Aerīz to benefit the farm’s Sit. Stay. Heal program. more
The Scottsdale Charros — through its philanthropic arm the Charro Foundation — are champions of public education and supporting all youth of the greater Scottsdale community. For 60 … more
The love and dedication a parent can feel for a child are unrivaled by any physiological connection discovered in the known universe but for parents facing a new Down syndrome diagnosis, the effect … more
Hope Women’s Center invites the community to a formal evening of silent and live auctions, dinner and drinks, on Saturday, Sept. 18, at the Phoenix Art Museum. The Night of Hope gala is … more
The Grand Canyon Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, planted two Ironwood trees in honor of State Regent Morgan Elliott on June 24 at Mescal Park at 11015 N. 68th Place. more
On June 5, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona hosted its annual Tee Up For Kids Topgolf Tournament presented by DEPCOM Power and Leslie’s Pool Supplies. Additional top sponsors … more
Keith R. Galbut, a longtime Paradise Valley resident, has been named as one of 2021’s “Most Admired Leaders” by the Phoenix Business Journal. more
Arizona Foundation for Women, a not-for-profit agency advocating for women’s causes in Arizona, graduated 29 Arizona women from SHE Leads!, a women’s-centric leadership program for advancing women in the workplace. more
The city of Scottsdale is sponsoring its second annual Juneteenth event with a local grassroots organization that wanted to bring awareness to the community about celebrating “freedom.” more
Called an unofficial manager at The Local Dog, 5-year-old Molly will assist the facility’s owner, Morgan Harris with everything from welcoming guests to keeping clients company when their pet parents are away. more
For many red-blooded Americans, the persistence to find success, or win, drives the competitive appetite found deep within their bones. The same competitive drive is found within the walls of … more
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central and Northern Arizona, RMHCCNAZ, is celebrating historic success with its 7th Annual Ronald McDonald House Greater Phoenix Pro-Am presented by JFQ … more
St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic Church will have a groundbreaking ceremony for a new rectory building at 10 a.m., June 13 at the parish, 10755 N. 124th St., in Scottsdale. more
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