The Arizona Black Rodeo trotted through Scottsdale, rounding up more than bucking calves, bulls, and broncos as family and friends met for the cultural corral promoted as the “Hottest Show on Dirt.”
For the third year, the Arizona Black Rodeo is riding its way to WestWorld of Scottsdale, 16601 N. Pima Road, showcasing the “hottest show on dirt.”
Residents are encouraged to review the Surprise General Plan 2040 Draft by Aug. 30 to ensure the document reflects the community’s sentiments before going to the next step in the state law-mandated update.
Valley women are invited to an upcoming conference where faith, spirituality and woman-to-woman advice converge under one roof.
There was no sign of evidence as Surprise Police Sgt. Severin Hall cleaned his plate with time still left on the clock as he successfully completed the Chimichanga Challenge.
The Scottsdale Unified School District governing board has received a preliminary audit report on the Hohokam Elementary School construction project that provides several suggestions including input on the design contract to documentation standards, procurement and activity records.