Trailblazer: Cavner becomes first female captain at Scottsdale Fire Department

A new name is now etched in Scottsdale history, as fire engineer Kelly Cavner has been promoted to fire captain — the first woman in that [...] Continue Reading →

Yes for Scottsdale Streets launches to support infrastructure ballot measure

A political action committee coined, “Yes for Scottsdale Streets” has been formed to support the anticipated ballot question scheduled for the [...] Continue Reading →

Million-dollar contracts spark Scottsdale Stadium renovation efforts

Scottsdale City Council has authorized a series of million-dollar contracts in an effort to update the aging gem of Old Town: Scottsdale Stadium. [...] Continue Reading →

Public invited to learn about Scottsdale Bike Station Study

The city of Scottsdale received funding from the Maricopa Association of Governments to conduct a Bicycle Station Study to evaluate and recommend [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council approval funds human service programs

With recommendations from the Human Services Commission, Scottsdale City Council approved funding from two buckets of money to provide service [...] Continue Reading →

Schenkat: does Scottsdale Municipal Court offer fair justice?

With the recent recommendation by President Trump for the appointment of Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, the issue has become a political [...] Continue Reading →

Auerbach: don’t be duped, marijuana is not legitimate medicine

The following rebuttal is concerned with addressing the current social policy regarding the use of so-called “medical marijuana” as a legitimate [...] Continue Reading →

Van Parys: Scottsdale ought to seek 21st Century adaptation — not separation

Throughout the Valley of the Sun, you’d be hard pressed to find a city more serene, and with a better central location, than Scottsdale. This is, [...] Continue Reading →

Medical marijuana: a new view of the Arizona bio-life science

As Americans begin to come to terms with the ill effects of the pharmaceutical smörgåsbord offered for minor ailments to advanced critical [...] Continue Reading →

Little: Scottsdale is a great place to live, work, play and …

Let me get right to the point. I propose we add an “education” element to the city’s General Plan and here’s why. First of all it benefits [...] Continue Reading →