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- Danica Patrick changes lanes to winemaking
- Scottsdale lawmakers prominent in emergency powers push
- Vehicle break-ins run rampant in south Scottsdale
- New degree program for beauty professionals
- Scottsdale Community College bucks enrollment dip
- High rate of veterinarian suicide a problem
- Pandemic won’t halt big tourneys in Scottsdale
- New Council wants more General Plan work
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