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From Wednesday, June 16 to Saturday, June 19, the Southwestern Amateur Golf Championship returns to Scottsdale at the Desert Mountain, Outlaw course. more
Arizona Foundation for Women, a not-for-profit agency advocating for women’s causes in Arizona, graduated 29 Arizona women from SHE Leads!, a women’s-centric leadership program for advancing women in the workplace. more
The city of Scottsdale is sponsoring its second annual Juneteenth event with a local grassroots organization that wanted to bring awareness to the community about celebrating “freedom.” more
Called an unofficial manager at The Local Dog, 5-year-old Molly will assist the facility’s owner, Morgan Harris with everything from welcoming guests to keeping clients company when their pet parents are away. more
For many red-blooded Americans, the persistence to find success, or win, drives the competitive appetite found deep within their bones. The same competitive drive is found within the walls of … more
St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic Church will have a groundbreaking ceremony for a new rectory building at 10 a.m., June 13 at the parish, 10755 N. 124th St., in Scottsdale. more
Rather than being on Tik Tok, watching Netflix, or playing video games, 14-year-old Danit Knishinsky stayed occupied writing her first fantasy novel while quarantining during the pandemic. more
The Scottsdale Society of Women Writers will host a guest speaker event featuring Jessica Morrell, long-time author, editor and instructor on June 30 at 6:00 p.m. As a part of its mission, … more
Named one of the highest-producing Realtors in Maricopa County, Somone Wilder, the branch manager of DeLex Realty’s new Biltmore location adds another accolade to her list. more
When you arrive at Royce Manuel’s home on the Salt River Reservation near Scottsdale, the first thing you notice is the hundreds of colorful ribbons tied around several willow staffs lining his … more
At-Ease men’s store at Gainey Shops, owned by Don Beale, was the setting for an Arizona summer kick-off VIP men’s event called “Red, White and Brew,” with a charity donation to St. Vincent De Paul. more
In 2013, the Town of Paradise Valley launched an initiative to create a memorial to the late Bil Keane, a long-time resident and renowned cartoonist.  Mr. Keane, the creator of the Family … more
Ville Houttu has made his mark as an Iron Man competitor, a dapper, pedal steel guitar-playing CEO of Vincit USA, who is also making his mark as newcomer to Scottsdale. more
The Boy Scouts of America’s Grand Canyon Council — independent nonprofit organization chartered by the Boy Scouts of America in Arizona — has its annual scouting fundraiser Camp Cards for a Cause to benefit Arizona educators. more
Cobblestone Auto Spa, Arizona’s premier car care destination, has pledged to raise $210,000 over the course of three years for Phoenix Children’s Hospital. With 32 locations, and … more
June is “National PTSD Awareness Month” and author Terrah Hancock, of Phoenix, has written a memoir chronicling the perils and journeys to mental health awareness. more
Your Name: Ernie Merrill Business Name: Arizona Lifestyle Home Remodeling. We specialize in residential home remodeling. We also have a sister business called Minuteman Air, Plumbing & … more
Before Ana Guzman immigrated to the United States, she always had a passion for the law and legal matters.  In her home country of Guatemala, Ms. Guzman attended law school for two years but … more
Jimmy Thomason, who spent 12 years with Bank of America, most recently as Vice President of Global Human Resources, has been named executive director at the nonprofit Aunt Rita’s Foundation. more
What started from an idea on laminated pages in a waterproof binder splashed into longtime Scottsdale resident and fitness expert, Jodi Books-Stokes, recently writing and publishing her first book, “Water Exercise.” more
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