Lasala-Wood: end government lip service on Lyme disease policy

Time is ticking away for victims of chronic Lyme disease, and Congress has failed to pass legislation establishing a policy on this public health [...] Continue Reading →

Teen donates soccer equipment to Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale

Wade Crum, a 13-year-old soccer player for Phoenix Rising FC Youth Soccer and founder of Pass It On, will donate more than 2,000 pieces of soccer [...] Continue Reading →

Germek: Community enrichment or just building stuff?

Urban and suburban development is a good sign of a community’s success and future economic prosperity. New construction jobs have a direct [...] Continue Reading →

Organ recital will feature music from ‘Porgy and Bess,’ ‘Star Wars’ and more

Dr. Jeremy Peterman, organist at La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church, Scottsdale, will present a free recital titled From Other Places at 7 p.m. [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Faithful Friar Rev. Lowell Andrews passes away

On Oct. 3, the Knights of Columbus lost a friend, a brother knight, a spiritual adviser, and a priest when the Rev. Lowell Andrews passed away. [...] Continue Reading →

Eskildson: Artificial intelligence is coming to Arizona mostly from Lee’s ‘AI Superpowers’

China caught artificial intelligence fever after the world’s best Go player, China’s Ke Jie, lost to Google’s AlphaGo in 2017. While Go’s rules [...] Continue Reading →

Manross: Developers again trying to build in the Preserve

In 1995, Sen. Barry Goldwater expressed strong support for the creation of our Preserve in the official City of Scottsdale Election Publicity [...] Continue Reading →

Fountain Hills resident Ron Smith serves as trustee of Kiwanis International

Ron Smith of Fountain Hills began his three-year term as trustee of Kiwanis International after getting elected in June. Elected at the 103rd [...] Continue Reading →

Honorary chairs bring Western heritage to Scottsdale Celebrate ‘68

The scent is rich, unmistakable and evocative of Scottsdale’s past – an aromatic salute to horses, cowboys and Old West craftsmanship. Like a [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale theater screens Arizona premiere of ‘Who Will Write Our History’

The Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival and Jewish Bureau of Education of Greater Phoenix will present the Arizona film premiere of the [...] Continue Reading →