Greco: Ignorance perpetuates Scottsdale school board CSI disappointment

The Scottsdale Unified School Board is reportedly surprised that their latest efforts to improve performance at Coronado High School are not [...] Continue Reading →

Cantor: Coronado Success Initiative is a longterm pursuit — not a flash in the pan

The Coronado Success Initiative was never supposed to be a one-year miracle cure for over 10 years of purposeful academic neglect. Our Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale gallery set to feature architecture, landscape photography

Royse Contemporary will present Exposure: Architecture & Landscape beginning Thursday, Dec. 6. The small group photography exhibition [...] Continue Reading →

Girl Scouts learn from Scottsdale Fire Department

Girl Scout Brownie Troop 4392 spent time with the Scottsdale Fire Department’s Ladder 602 Friday, Nov. 16. The girl scouts explored the inside of [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale attorney accepted into American Board of Trial Advocates

Steven A. Cohen, the founder of the Scottsdale firm Cohen Law, has been accepted into the American Board of Trial Advocates. ABOTA dedicates [...] Continue Reading →

‘Fatal Blow’ author Thane signs fiction murder books on Dec. 6

  Waiting for the light to change at the Scottsdale and Bell roads intersection, a body floats atop the Central Arizona Project canal. [...] Continue Reading →

The stark reality of hurdles to success at the Coronado Success Initiative

Just like “The Little Engine That Could,” the staff at Coronado High School is remaining hopeful that their students can rise to meet the goals [...] Continue Reading →

Cactus Shadows alumna earns award for photography from Cronkite school

Nicole Neri, Cactus Shadows High School class of 2016, has earned the Greg Crowder Memorial Photojournalism Award from the Walter Cronkite School [...] Continue Reading →

Just Roughin’ It to host a dog adoption event on Dec. 15

Just Roughin’ It is hosting a dog adoption event with Desert Tails Shelter and Desert Cove K9 Dog Training. This is the first year Just Roughin’ [...] Continue Reading →

Catch Abe Lincoln ‘in person’ at Civil War Roundtable

The Scottsdale Civil War Roundtable invites the public to its next free monthly installment, “Lincoln: Lies, Legends and Myths” at 5:45 p.m. [...] Continue Reading →