Lack of verified ballot measure mutes Scottsdale political infighting for now

No further action is required at this time, the Scottsdale City Clerk’s Office told Desert EDGE Advocates and Desert Discovery Center Scottsdale, [...] Continue Reading →

Eligible nonprofits can apply for Community Impact Grants through July 22

OneAZ Credit Union and OneAZ Community Foundation are accepting applications for the 2018 Community Impact Grants Program through July 22. Local [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Charros give so Arizona Helping Hands can reach more

An idea born in a garage 20 years ago has blossomed to disrupt the oftentimes difficult circumstances of the 15,000 children apart of the Arizona [...] Continue Reading →

Fountain Hills Theater hosting comedy play through end of July

The Fountain Hills Theater, 11445 N. Saguaro Blvd., is hosting the comedy The Big Radio Broadcast of 1941 through Sunday, July 29 on the [...] Continue Reading →

The First Tee of Phoenix teens selected to play in PGA Tour Champions event

The First Tee of Phoenix is sending four Arizona junior golfers to compete in the 2018 Pure Insurance Championship Impacting The First Tee, an [...] Continue Reading →

Country revue returns Friday to Fountain Hills stage

“Country Jukebox” will return to the stage July 13-Aug. 5 at the Fountain Hills Theater, 11445 N Saguaro Blvd., Fountain Hills. In this musical, [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale-based transportation program partners with cancer support group

Envoy America, a rides-sharing program that offers accompanied transportation plus assistance and companionship services for seniors and [...] Continue Reading →

Silver alert: Scottsdale police search for disabled man

Assistance is needed from the public in locating a disable man who went missing in Scottsdale on July 10, police officials say. The Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

Glassman: ‘There’s a crisis of integrity at the Arizona Corporation Commission’

There’s a crisis of integrity at the Arizona Corporation Commission and it’s time to elect commissioners who are willing to put ratepayers first! [...] Continue Reading →

A mother’s love: Shawn Graulich talks pride of her student-athlete

The Scottsdale Independent reached out to Shawn Graulich, who is the mother of one of our most recent student-athlete profiles. An excerpt from [...] Continue Reading →