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Eleventh-grader Ethan Wilk, a BASIS Scottsdale student, is a name to remember as he makes his mark on eradicating the effects of endangered species. more
The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community announced the USS Arizona Memorial Gardens at Salt River is open. more
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale recently named Carly Mertz its 2020 Youth of the Year at its annual Celebrate Youth Gala. more
A cancer diagnosis is an affliction all too common in American households --- but when the devastating diagnosis hits the matriarch of a family unit the blow is monumental. The mother of any … more
If you search for reasons to volunteer, you might come across a list of 20 great reasons. Responses could be to help others, to make a difference, to meet new people or to expand your horizons. … more
Eric J. Wittenberg will speak on “Holding the Line On the River of Death: Union Cavalry at Chickamauga” March 17 as part of the Scottsdale Civil War Roundtable. more
Motivational speaker and New York Times best-selling author Lisa Nichols will headline the Ninth Annual Phenomenal Woman Empowerment Network Experience in Scottsdale. more
Name: Dr. Nicole Sundene Age: 44 Business Name: Scottsdale Naturopathic PCP Town/Neighborhood: Scottsdale Promenade Shopping Center at FLW and N. Scottsdale Rd #D-105 Hours of operation: … more
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22 and to celebrate this global event, the City of Scottsdale is hosting a youth art contest. Scottsdale students are invited to … more
Author Lisa Heartman recently published her first romantic suspense novel set in the Valley, “High Heels and Handguns.” Book one in a series about a bodyguard named Kate Howard, the … more
Described as the “world’s fastest female motorcycle racer,” Valerie Thompson plans to break new speed records on four wheels with dual-engine Treit and Davenport Streamliner in Australia. more
Sixteen-year-old Trent Josiah Huizar is unlike many youths his age as he captures stories about people worldwide while uniting with them through language. more
The annual Dine With Your Dog brunch on Feb. 8 was a resounding success for Valley pups and their companions, raising $131,000 plus an additional donation by a generous donor raised the total to more … more
The Rotary Club of Scottsdale hosted a reception and luncheon with Jorge Mendoza Yescas --- the consul general of Mexico in Phoenix --- who spoke at Scottsdale’s McCormick Ranch Golf’s Pavilion. more
A “picture perfect” talk is being planned by the Desert Chapter of the Circumnavigators Club, an educational and social organization that brings together those who have circumnavigated … more
The Scottsdale Rotary Club has sponsored and spearheaded the proposed new Club Rotario De Phoenix. more
Leadership traits are often found in one’s bones, but no leader is ever finished learning, adapting to his or her surroundings or moving the needle forward. Apart from the day-to-day race in … more
Chrissy Sayare, co-founder and CEO of luxury resale brand To Be Continued, was recently selected to join Vogue Magazine’s exclusive Vogue100 group. more
Did you know, you can now file for a protective order from anywhere with a computer or tablet? AZPOINT is the new portal being used to request an Order of Protection or an Injunction Against Harassment for … more
The 67th Annual Parada del Sol and Trail's End Festival took place in Old Town Scottsdale on Feb. 8, bringing together the West’s Most Western community. This year’s theme was … more
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