The 2018 Cactus League season generated $373 million for Arizona’s Gross Domestic Product, according to a study by the L. William Seidman Research Institute at Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business. [Read more…]
An idea born in a garage 20 years ago has blossomed to disrupt the oftentimes difficult circumstances of the 15,000 children apart of the Arizona Foster Care System. [Read more…]
At the Mayo Clinic Scottsdale the youngest of us afflicted with some of the most devastating diseases known to mankind are given specters of hope, joy and laughter through a unique program unlike anything that came before it. [Read more…]
The Scottsdale Charros were honored at the Scottsdale Unified School District last month for their 2017-18 financial contributions to the local education system. [Read more…]
Through hard work and dedication, Scottsdale Unified School District student Lilly Tritch has earned an opportunity to fulfill her dreams of becoming a teacher. [Read more…]
While many her age had an idea of what they wanted do for the rest of their life, then-seventh grader Ashley Zubiate did not.
That all changed once Zubiate joined a program at her middle school called AVID and since that point, the Arcadia High School senior has had her sights set on working in education.
Access to a quality public education is a hallmark of the ideals making the United States of America the greatest nation to ever grace the world’s stage. [Read more…]
We all face hurdles and challenges in life, but some of us are faced with overcoming what many believe to be insurmountable. [Read more…]
It’s just about this time of year heroes of America’s Pastime begin to refocus and dedicate themselves to being the best player they can be and — the really good ones — focus on making those around them better. [Read more…]
If you don’t know where you have been, you can’t figure out where you are going.
The Scottsdale Heritage Connection will emerge in future months at the Scottsdale Civic Center Library in an effort to showcase the rich and vibrant community history of “The West’s Most Western Town.” [Read more…]