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About: scottsdale, arizona

Scottsdale's slogan, inspired by past ranching operations, is "the West's Most Western Town." Even though it is one of the top 100 largest cities in America it still retains its connections to its small-town western heritage. Scottsdale is a spring training site for the San Francisco Giants. It is also home to several festivals and shows. These shows include the Scottsdale Artwalk held every Thursday, the Scottsdale Arabia Horse Show, and the Scottsdale Jaycees Parada del Sol, which is a famous month-long "cowboy" event that takes place annually.

Population: 202705
Local Newspapers: Scottsdale Downtowner Scottsdale Times
Local Sports Teams: Scottsdale Scorpions
Local Colleges: Penn Foster College (A Distance Education College) Scottsdale Community College

Zip Codes associated with scottsdale, arizona: 85250 85251 85254 85255 85256 85257 85258 85259 85260 85262 85268
Towns/Cities near scottsdale, arizona : Paradise Valley Tempe Mesa Phoenix

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Hiker alert: 3 trailheads getting upgrades in Scottsdale's McDowell Sonoran Preserve

Hiker alert: 3 trailheads getting upgrades in Scottsdale's McDowell Sonoran Preserve Scottsdale is spending $11.5 million to finish the final three significant trailheads in the McDowell Sonoran Preserve. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2L8TQxa Scottsdale is spending $11.5 million to finish the final three significant trailheads in the city's McDowell Sonoran Preserve, adding amenities for hikers from shade structures to an amphitheater.

Tokyo: The World's Best Sake Outside of Japan Is Made in Arizona

Last month, the results of Tokyo's 2018 Sake Competition were released. According to the capital of the sake world, after two rounds of judging and a gauntlet that spanned a season, the world's best sake made outside Japan is made right here in Arizona.

'Scottsdale for All' hopes to spread inclusiveness

Human relations commission members Nadia Mustafa and Janice Shimokubo pass out Scottsdale For All flyers in Old Town. The fliers are part of a citywide campaign make Scottsdale more inclusive.

'Scottsdale for All' hopes to spread inclusiveness

In Scottsdale, where city leaders have punted on LGBT protections, some 80 businesses have received posters with a message: Scottsdale for All. 'Scottsdale for All' hopes to spread inclusiveness In Scottsdale, where city leaders have punted on LGBT protections, some 80 businesses have received posters with a message: Scottsdale for All.

A Museum Square Development Is in the Works for Downtown Scottsdale

Developers submitted a 192-page plan to the city of Scottsdale in June to support its request for zoning changes that will have to occur before the mixed-use development can move forward. The changes would allow for taller buildings on the site.

Emmys 2018: Phoenix native Aidy Bryant nabs her first acting nomination

Could Phoenix soon be able to claim an Emmy winner? Aidy Bryant from "Saturday Night Live" is nominated for supporting actress in a comedy series. Emmys 2018: Phoenix native Aidy Bryant nabs her first acting nomination Could Phoenix soon be able to claim an Emmy winner? Aidy Bryant from "Saturday Night Live" is nominated for supporting actress in a comedy series.

Arizona superintendent candidates: Charters need more financial oversight

Arizona superintendent candidates: Charters need more financial oversight Republican and Democratic candidates for Arizona superintendent of public instruction believe charter schools need more financial oversight. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2L9Cct2 A crowd listens during a forum for the state schools-superintendent candidates on Feb. 20, 2018, in Scottsdale.

MMA fighter who raped a college student gets seven years in jail

TW: The following article describes a sexual assault and includes images from surveillance footage taken moments before an assault took place. In June, Rodolfo Ramirez, 28, entered a guilty plea in a Maricopa County Court room regarding a sexual assault that occurred in Scottsdale, AZ in September 2016.

Arizona elections: #RedForEd, public education issues make way onto November ballot

Since the teacher walkout in April, the question has lingered. Was the Red For Ed movement a flash in the pan, or could it create ongoing change? Arizona elections: #RedForEd, public education issues make way onto November ballot Since the teacher walkout in April, the question has lingered.

Here's who is leading Scottsdale schools in the wake of controversy

Scottsdale schools has an interim CFO and superintendent, but a search for long-term execs to replace those ousted for alleged misdeeds has not begun. Here's who is leading Scottsdale schools in the wake of controversy Scottsdale schools has an interim CFO and superintendent, but a search for long-term execs to replace those ousted for alleged misdeeds has not begun.

Scottsdale Airport's one thousandths U.S. customs visitor is new record

The Scottsdale Airport celebrated the U.S. Customs and Border Protection's one thousandth international aircraft to be processed this federal fiscal year on July 8, marking a new record.

eCompliance conference to focus on future of EHS

Top environmental health and safety professionals and executives from across north America will gather at the annual eCompliance safety conference, NXT 2018: The Future of EHS, taking place Sept. 27 and 28 in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Teharu Sushi ordered to pay $180K in damages

A revolving sushi restaurant in the Valley has been ordered to pay almost $180,000 in back wages and damages. An investigation by the US Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division revealed overtime and record-keeping violations at Teharu Sushi.

The Phoenix Area Is a Pizza Destination - " and Here Are 5 Great Local Pies

Phoenix is a lot of things, and one of them is a pizza city. Why? It might be the desert air, hot and arid like the flow of a hairdryer, like a 900-degree pizza oven.

SILVER Alert issued for missing Scottsdale man

SCOTTSDALE, AZ - The Scottsdale Police Department has issued a Silver Alert for 51-year-old Gordon Zeena. He was last seen Tuesday, July 10 at 10 p.m. when he left on foot from his car home in the 8000 block of East Joshua Tree Lane, near Indian Bend and Pima Roads.

Strong winds severely damage transmission towers

Strong winds severely damage transmission towers Four Salt River Project towers are damaged after storms over the weekend. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2L97zkh Reader Steven Klein writes: "Caught some lightning tonight."

Oprah invests in True Food Kitchen, former Sam Fox restaurant that started in Phoenix

Media mogul Oprah Winfrey will help expand True Food Kitchen, a healthy-food restaurant chain started by Sam Fox in Phoenix. Oprah invests in True Food Kitchen, former Sam Fox restaurant that started in Phoenix Media mogul Oprah Winfrey will help expand True Food Kitchen, a healthy-food restaurant chain started by Sam Fox in Phoenix.

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