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When Terry Holmes-Stecyk’s miniature horses aren’t taking a quick swim in a nearby swimming pool to cool off amid triple-digit temps, they’re Zooming with children worldwide.

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Scottsdale resident Athena Wright donned her finest black, red, and white blouse and waved from the entrance of Pueblo Norte Assisted Living.

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Scottsdale residents have a new way to pay tribute to first responders, healthcare workers, essentials workers and more who have helped the community through pandemic: engraved bricks.

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The International School of Arizona, a private school in Scottsdale that offers French and Spanish language immersion programs, will offer a flexible hybrid teaching model this school year.

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A $9.4-million infrastructure reimbursement deal designed to keep Axon from leaving Scottsdale won unanimous approval from City Council on Aug. 25 and drew widespread praise from its members.

Scottsdale Councilman Guy Phillips’ reelection campaign must return $2,525 in donations after a review found it violated campaign finance regulations by passing donations through a PayPal account attached to his private business.

Gov. Doug Ducey last week defended hard-and-fast limits on some businesses’ reopening while saying it’s OK for schools to send children back to class even if local health conditions do not meet the guidelines set by his own state health director.