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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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Mingle with The Bella Twins, Guy Fieri at swanky Nirvana food festival

WWE Divas Nikki and Brie Bella host a party at Nirvana Food & Wine in Paradise Valley. Guy Fieri appears on two events of the festival, April 19-22.

How a Scottsdale middle school principal got $7K without board approval

The Scottsdale Unified School District is investigating how a principal got more than a $7,200 bonus without the school board's approval. How a Scottsdale middle school principal got $7K without board approval The Scottsdale Unified School District is investigating how a principal got more than a $7,200 bonus without the school board's approval.

North Saanich added to list of places that want tax exemption

North Saanich is adding its name to the list of B.C. municipalities that want out of the NDP's proposed speculation tax, as concerns from property owners, faced with paying more to keep their homes, continue. Like their neighbours in Sidney, the District voted April 16 to ask B.C.'s Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister Selina Robinson to grant North Saanich an exemption from the proposed tax, following a series of letters and presentations from home owners in the community - not the least of which came from a relation of a well-known family on the Saanich Peninsula.

YRC Worldwide Coasting Into Earnings

Load to Truck ratios are up year over year more than 100% and rates, both spot and contract, continue to rise. YRC Worldwide Inc., is one of the largest overland transportation service providers in the world, with local, regional, national, and international services.

Babbo Italian Eatery opens first Scottsdale location, 8th around Phoenix

Phoenix-based Babbo Italian Eatery opens April 19 in Scottsdale. The appeal: Italian comfort food that's affordable in a family-friendly restaurant.

Those motorcycles again - Where is the horse trail?

Thank you Scottsdale for attracting motorcycles that otherwise would have loaded our one and only road through town on weekdays during Bike Week.

Police: Man sexually assaulted woman, left body in Scottsdale alley

Vincent Parker is accused of sexually assaulting Loring Sendejas as she was incapacitated and then leaving her body in a Scottsdale alley. Police: Man sexually assaulted woman, left body in Scottsdale alley Vincent Parker is accused of sexually assaulting Loring Sendejas as she was incapacitated and then leaving her body in a Scottsdale alley.

1965 Corvette Cutaway From World's Fair

On January 20, 2018, a unique piece of Corvette history sold for a cool $1,000,000 at the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. And the car doesn't even run! Known as the 1965 World's Fair Corvette cutaway, the pre-auction speculation was that the car would sell for between $1 million and $1.4 million.

The Joint (JYNT) and RPX (RPXC) Financial Contrast

The Joint and RPX are both small-cap medical companies, but which is the better stock? We will compare the two companies based on the strength of their risk, institutional ownership, profitability, earnings, valuation, analyst recommendations and dividends. 49.6% of The Joint shares are held by institutional investors.

Arizona teachers voting on walkout

Arizona public school teachers began voting Tuesday on whether to strike despite Republican Gov. Doug Ducey's offer last week to raise their pay by 20 percent . The walkout vote is expected to be finished Thursday, with the results available that day.

Dixie Dregs bassist has roots in AZ: 40 years later, Dawn of the Dregs reunion tour is coming

Dixie Dregs bassist Andy West tells how the "Free Fall" lineup came to reunite for the Dawn of the Dregs tour and what brought him to Paradise Valley. Dixie Dregs bassist has roots in AZ: 40 years later, Dawn of the Dregs reunion tour is coming Dixie Dregs bassist Andy West tells how the "Free Fall" lineup came to reunite for the Dawn of the Dregs tour and what brought him to Paradise Valley.

Arizona Coyotes' Richard Panik arrested outside Scottsdale nightclub

Arizona Coyotes' Richard Panik arrested outside Scottsdale nightclub An Arizona Coyotes player was arrested in downtown Scottsdale after he refused to leave the entrance of a nightclub. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2qH0sXr The Valley has a long history of celebs - from sports figures to rock stars to actors - landing themselves in handcuffs here.

Another Scottsdale schools administrator is placed on leave

Another Scottsdale schools administrator is placed on leave Pam Sitton, who oversees personnel, was placed on paid leave Monday, according records obtained by The Arizona Republic. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2H7MkRR A Scottsdale Unified School District assistant superintendent was placed on administrative leave after allegations of misconduct, according to a district spokeswoman.

Panik arrested after allegedly refusing to leave bar

Richard Panik was arrested for trespassing according to a report by ABC15 . According to the report Scottsdale police arrested Panik after he "reportedly refused to leave the entrance of Bevvy" a gastropub in Old Town Scottsdale on April 8 at 8:50 p.m. The report also noted that according to police Panik appeared to be intoxicated during their interaction.

Eat Here First in April: 3 new restaurants to try before everybody else does

New Phoenix restaurants to watch: Osteria for sharp Italian food; La Mejor Comida Mexicana for lamb barbacoa; High & Rye for tasty Southern dishes. Eat Here First in April: 3 new restaurants to try before everybody else does New Phoenix restaurants to watch: Osteria for sharp Italian food; La Mejor Comida Mexicana for lamb barbacoa; High & Rye for tasty Southern dishes.

Alice in Wonderland for adults: The Rabbit Hole bar is opening in Phoenix

Rabbit Hole is the new bar taking over Joe's Midnight Run in central Phoenix. Look for Alice in Wonderland-inspired decor, food and drinks, uniforms.

SMTC Brings Back Hit Irving Berlin Revue

Scottsdale Musical Theater Company presents the return of their original, world-premiere musical, That Irving Berlin Thing - a two-act revue featuring over 40 of the legend's most notable - and rarely-heard - songs. What is that "thing" Irving Berlin had that made his songs so popular and accessible to the masses, conquering Tin Pan Alley, Broadway and the movies? More than just a biography of the legendary composer, That Irving Berlin Thing explores the cultural impact Berlin had not only during his time, but for decades to come - from his early association with the "Ziegfeld Follies" and Hollywood, his military service and undying patriotism to his unabashed celebration of the holidays.

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