Arizona’s Attorney General is Suing SUSD: Sounds Like an Election Year

When elected officials seek re-election, or worse yet election to a more prominent position, it will cause them to do all sorts of wild things to get the attention of voters. Sometimes, they are truly detrimental, sometimes they are warranted…but we wonder aloud if this particular instance is both. Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich recently filed a lawsuit against the … Read More

Scottsdale’s Own Beloved WIFFLE Ball Tournament Set To Return To Scottsdale Stadium On Saturday, October 29th

In his Third Year as Founder, 15-Year-Old Logan Rose is Stepping Up to the Plate Once Again at the Spring Training Home of the San Francisco Giants   The Western WIFFLE Ball Classic will make its return to Scottsdale Stadium, the spring training home of the San Francisco Giants, on Saturday, October 29th, 2022. Last year’s 2nd annual tournament saw over 25 teams compete … Read More

As If Paul Dembow In Paradise Valley Could Get Any Weirder

Why does it seem that most things involving embattled Paradise Valley Town Councilman Paul Dembow circulate around unethic and sleaze? Wrongly, even comically, Dembow is seeking a FOURTH term on the Town Council.  That’s a man with an identity crisis.  How else to explain someone wanting a 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th year on an unpaid dais in a community that has a … Read More

Apartments, Development, Homelessness, Crime. Scottsdale Forum Defines Issues And Council Candidates

By Lincoln Shea Issues such as attainable housing, building density, and crime not only divide Scottsdale residents, they also divide the candidates for Scottsdale City Council.  Growth and related topics dominated a Scottsdale candidates forum held June 14th at United Methodist Church. Seven candidates are running for three seats on the seven-member council. Incumbents Kathy Littlefield and Solange Whitehead and … Read More