The pursuit of Junior Achievement seeks to build a better understanding of tomorrow

The old adage, “ignorance is bliss” could be a mantra for the development of a young adult coming to terms with the trials, tribulation and [...] Continue Reading →

Thornton: Big thoughts from a man named Little

I reached out to Scottsdale Community Advocate John Little to better understand how he interprets the burgeoning vagrancy issue within city [...] Continue Reading →

JAG program propels Coronado High School graduates toward productive adulthood

A keystone of belief surrounding public education — in the United States of America — is the idea no matter where a person comes from [...] Continue Reading →

Empathy & compassion: Scottsdale grapples with the reality of macroeconomics

At busy Valley intersections motorists during their daily commutes can expect sunshine, radio chatter and, of course, to the chagrin of all, [...] Continue Reading →

Power of perseverance: Aaron Kendle delivers 2019 keynote address at Charro salute to public education

The little voice inside Aaron Kendle’s head might not sound common to the everyday people he encounters. But there’s good reason for that, as Mr. [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale housing market data illustrates bucking of trends, confirmation of others

The tale of Scottsdale real estate could be one of its typical priminance over the surrounding metropolitan area, but more accurately housing [...] Continue Reading →

The Charro Foundation: Education initiatives spark underlying fuel for support

For nearly 60 years the Scottsdale Charros have been instrumental supporters of public education and all things Scottsdale. And, for more than 30 [...] Continue Reading →

Power of sport propels Scottsdale Boys & Girls toward success

The crucial catch in the corner of the end zone, the walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth and the buzzer-beater from behind the arc to [...] Continue Reading →
American Red Cross

Scottsdale partners with Red Cross to deploy emergency services during time of need

In the event of a natural, technological or man-made emergency or disaster — events that could result in citywide evacuations — [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale begins to formulate capital improvement funding strategy

Scottsdale’s answer to how to fund the estimated $775 million in capital improvement needs has taken its first step toward action as “keep the [...] Continue Reading →