Scottsdale resident selected as Quarles & Brady local managing partner

The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP and its firm chair Kimberly Leach Johnson announced that Leonardo Loo, a north Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

Teahens host Driving out Domestic Violence gala, golf event in Scottsdale

This November, one of the Valley’s signature charity events kicks into high gear as this is the eighth year former major league baseball player [...] Continue Reading →

Author presents program on Civil War battle, major’s court martial

The Scottsdale Civil War Roundtable will present The Court Martial of Fitz John Porter on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at the  Scottsdale Civic Center [...] Continue Reading →

“Sick as my secrets” author to sign books, speak at cafe on Sept. 28

Sobriety is no secret for Patricia L. Brooks who invites the public to a “Sick as My Secrets” book launch event. The book launch is 6:30-8:30 [...] Continue Reading →

Durham: Scottsdale Prop. 420 opponents rely on misinformation, falsehoods

Ballot pamphlets for the Nov. 6 election will soon be hitting the mailboxes of Scottsdale citizens. The ballot pamphlet contains numerous [...] Continue Reading →

Kravetz: Scottsdale Schools superintendent search ought to unfold as planned

Two community members recently wrote editorials urging current Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board members to delay the selection [...] Continue Reading →

Heath: Desert EDGE ought to be built to illustrate community dedication to Preserve

Why not a museum on the Scottsdale McDowell Sonoran Preserve? Since the dawn of modern civilization, one of the key ingredients to the betterment [...] Continue Reading →

Cook: Scottsdale was and continues to be a wonderful city to call ‘home’

On the “Perception of Equality” article about the Scottsdale for All Campaign: I commend the City Council for not passing the LGBTQ ordinance. My [...] Continue Reading →

Henderson: Scottsdale sports event season offers more than a spectacle to local community

Why is Scottsdale different? Because it does things its own, impressive way. Preserving mountains. Building recreational washes rather than [...] Continue Reading →

Lawrence: solving the veteran suicide crisis in Arizona begins with accurate statistics

We can all agree that we have a crisis in terms of the rising number of veteran suicides. But when it comes to defining the scope of the problem, [...] Continue Reading →