On Monday, September 17, Scottsdale Progress newspaper held its official re-launch party at Hotel Valley Ho. Among those in attendance were Publisher of Scottsdale Progress, Steve Strickbine, Scottsdale Mayor, Jim Lane, Executive Editor of Scottsdale Progress, Paul Maryniak, Managing Editor …
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