Special-needs students learning culinary arts at Cave Creek school district classes

Unified Culinary Arts 1, for 11th grade through age 22, was introduced this summer at Education and Community Services, a department of the Cave [...] Continue Reading →

Plexus Worldwide donations to Feeding America reach 2 million meals

In 42 days, Plexus Worldwide, a global direct-selling health and wellness company focused on health and happiness based in Scottsdale, announced [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale golfers wrap up play at U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship

Several Scottsdale-area golfers competed in the U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship over the past week at Poppy Hills Golf Course in Pebble Beach, [...] Continue Reading →

Kirby: I’m not seeking SUSD re-election as I pursue an end to ‘Dark Money’

Life, and public service, can be a lot like a relay race. Work as a team, try as hard as you can, then hand off the baton. That’s what I did when [...] Continue Reading →

New public art pops up around Scottsdale

Scottsdale Public Art has announced the completion of four public artworks, including a custom terrazzo floor design in a new fire station in [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale students donate bottled water to Rescue Mission

Summer campers from Camelback Desert School in Scottsdale delivered 800 bottles of water Wednesday, July 18, to the Phoenix Rescue Mission. In [...] Continue Reading →

High Arizona temperatures give Phoenix Rising edge at home

When it comes to playing in the heat, few teams in the United Soccer League experience what Phoenix Rising FC does on a regular basis. Phoenix [...] Continue Reading →

Three Arizona cyclists to race in Pan-Mass Challenge, donate to cancer research

Three riders from Arizona will cycle up to 192 miles Saturday, Aug. 4 and Sunday, Aug. 5 in the Pan-Mass Challenge with the goal of topping last [...] Continue Reading →

Rhoden: family responsibilities force me from continuing Scottsdale school board race

These past few months since announcing my candidacy for SUSD Governing Board have been a tremendous opportunity to see exactly how important [...] Continue Reading →

Schild: will Scottsdale public education ever be what it once was?

I had a conversation with an acquaintance the other day that left me feeling down. She opined that public schools as we knew them — the [...] Continue Reading →