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When southern Scottsdale resident Ray Dal Soglio isn’t working full-time for his father’s company, A Always Open Garage Doors, he’s on his motocross bike racing all over the world.

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When the Rancho Milagro Foundation, a northern Scottsdale-based nonprofit, faith-based ministry that helps heal survivors of extreme trauma, was founded in 2014 by Vanessa and Bob Kohnen, their first client was a young woman named Julie.

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Parents and stakeholders in the Cherokee Elementary School community have worked closely with architects to drive the design of Scottsdale Unified School District’s latest bond-funded school rebuild.

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Sprawled over 8,000 acres in the high Sonoran Desert is Desert Mountain, a vibrant, member-owned private community with six golf courses and nearly 2,000 homes bordered to the north by Tonto National Forest.

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