SUSD parent alleges curriculum lacks substance, teaches activism instead

A Scottsdale Unified School District parent alleges the educational entity’s curriculum focuses mainly on activism instead of educational [...] Continue Reading →

FIAT LUX to host adult-only Dia de los Muertos fundraiser

FIAT LUX, a new gallery at 6919 E. First Ave. in Scottsdale, will host a special event Thursday, Nov. 1 to benefit Kids in Focus, a non-profit [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale school board opts to rebuild Cherokee, but restore fire-ravaged Navajo

The threat of derailing a successful science, technology, engineering, arts and math program — an effort that feeds into one of Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale wins Cigna Well-Being Award for wellness practices

The city of Scottsdale was one of the winners at the fifth annual Cigna Well-Being Awards luncheon. Scottsdale earned the award for demonstrating [...] Continue Reading →

Peterman performs free recital at La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church

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

Night for Sight supports Foundation for Blind Children

The 17th Annual Night for Sight event took place at a Scottsdale steakhouse Oct. 13 to raise funds to create awareness and opportunities for [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale, fire department accept grant for new ATV to use in preserve

A new all-terrain vehicle will join the fire department’s fleet after the Scottsdale City Council approved on consent the acceptance of a grant [...] Continue Reading →

Schwartz: Prop. 420 usurps the power of the elected in Scottsdale

Friends, I encourage all of Scottsdale to consider this and hope you will join me in voting “no” on Prop 420. My reasons are simple. First, a [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale golf course improvements cater to all skill levels

The Starfire Golf Club in Scottsdale is undergoing a $750,000 transformation designed for experienced and novice players. The course, which is [...] Continue Reading →

Deputy Chief Stewart: Scottsdale resident answers the call to service

Phoenix Fire Deputy Chief Chris Stewart was there that day. The 1994 Northridge earthquake. The Oklahoma City bombing in 1995. The 9/11 terrorist [...] Continue Reading →