Seeing double: Twins Jaedyn, Jordyn O’Reilly make impact at Desert Mountain

In reminiscing about twins Jaedyn and Jordyn O’Reilly, Desert Mountain High School Girls Basketball Coach Alicia Sanchez remembers one story that [...] Continue Reading →

City Council approves Sienna Hills Phase 2 final plat to proceed

A new development will arrive in the area as the Scottsdale City Council approved on consent the Sienna Hills Phase 2 final plat Tuesday, Jan. 8. [...] Continue Reading →

Meet the Teacher: Kyle Bragg honored as Elementary PE Teacher of the Year

Editor’s Note: Kyle Bragg recently was recognized as the Arizona Elementary PE Teacher of the Year — which Arizona Health and Physical [...] Continue Reading →

Valley of the Sun JCC gala honoring Sue and Bud Selig raises $2.2M

More than 700 guests attended the Valley of the Sun JCC gala honoring Sue and Bud Selig on Dec. 8 at the Arizona Biltmore, where more than $2.2 [...] Continue Reading →

Perez-Jordan spreads love, justice at CCD’s 25th annual MLK gala

For half her life, Carmen Perez-Jordan has championed for the rights of others, spreading a message of justice, love and peace. She was the [...] Continue Reading →

Shapiro: I want my children to be part of this

The old sentiment about Scottsdale’s public schools is alive and well. It’s being echoed across our community. It says, “I want my children to be [...] Continue Reading →

SUSD outlines efforts for Coronado Learning Community Success Initiative

The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board heard an update on the Coronado Success Initiative, which now has been expanded to [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Stadium improvements commence following municipal blessing

Scottsdale City Council has authorized the use of up to $80,000 to construct decking in the left-field area at Scottsdale Stadium, in addition to [...] Continue Reading →

Independent Newsmedia to launch ‘Charity Begins at Home’ campaign

Independent Newsmedia, Inc., USA, publisher of the Daily News-Sun and 10 community newspapers throughout the Valley, has been awarded one of two [...] Continue Reading →

Bill Gates elected chairman of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors

Bill Gates, the newly-elected chairman of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, says county government is making a difference on pressing [...] Continue Reading →