AZ Game & Fish News: Leave Baby Wildlife Alone
Jun09

AZ Game & Fish News: Leave Baby Wildlife Alone

May 12, 2017 Courtesy of Arizona Game and Fish Department The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) has seized a deer, bobcat and javelina since June 2 that were illegally taken captive while young by Tucson area residents and reared as pets. The mule deer buck was taken to the AZGFD Wildlife Center in Phoenix for treatment, and then will go to Bearizona in Williams. The bobcat was placed at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, and...

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Kraig’s Cave Creek Commentary
Jun07

Kraig’s Cave Creek Commentary

June 2017 In this brief commentary, Kraig Nelson combines insights into Cave Creek’s history and the current real estate market in Cave Creek, Scottsdale, and Carefree.  The Peak thanks the Cave Creek Museum for their long-standing support of the Desert Foothills Scenic Drive.   Kraig’s History Highlights From the Cave Creek Museum Kraig Nelson, docent  Yes, there is a stream called Cave Creek. It’s old; it’s very...

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Scottsdale Parks & Rec Update, June Events & Activities
Jun06

Scottsdale Parks & Rec Update, June Events & Activities

June 6, 2017 Review this newsletter for information about events, activities, and classes at Scottsdale’s parks and other recreation facilities. Including: 42nd Might Mud Mania, June 10th Swim Under the Stars by Moonlight Cool Off at Pools Living with Wildlife in Scottsdale And More. Parks & Recreation Newsletter (PDF) The Peak Welcomes Your Comment The Peak invites you to share your thoughts about this article by using the...

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City of Scottsdale “Truth in Taxation” Notice
Jun06

City of Scottsdale “Truth in Taxation” Notice

June 5, 2017 City of Scottsdale “Truth in Taxation” notice This “Truth in Taxation” hearing notice regarding the city of Scottsdale primary property tax levy is being published as required by Arizona state law. A public hearing on Scottsdale’s proposed property tax levy will occur before final budget adoption, scheduled at 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 13, at Scottsdale City Hall, 3939 N. Drinkwater Boulevard. The city of Scottsdale will...

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Students Giving Back through Superintendant’s Challenge
Jun01

Students Giving Back through Superintendant’s Challenge

June 1, 2017 Cave Creek Unified School District’s Students Giving Back to the Community through the Superintendent’s Challenge   Dr. Debbi Burdick, Superintendent of the Cave Creek Unified School District, implemented the Superintendent’s Challenge in the 2012-2013 school year.   The Challenge started with Cactus Shadows High School students and Sonoran Trails Middle School Students.  CSHS students who earned 200 hours by their senior...

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AZ Game & Fish: 250,000 Extra Fish Stocked Through June
May23

AZ Game & Fish: 250,000 Extra Fish Stocked Through June

May 22, 2017 Courtesy of Arizona Game & Fish “During the past week – in preparation for the Memorial Day weekend — AZGFD has been stocking an additional 20,000 trout and catfish into waters statewide. Through June, we’ll have stocked a quarter-million more rainbow trout, catfish, bass and sunfish statewide.”   Game and Fish News The Peak Welcomes Your Comment The Peak invites you to share your thoughts about...

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Scottsdale Edge: Change Creeping Across City
May23

Scottsdale Edge: Change Creeping Across City

Mary 22, 2017 Scottsdale is changing. Stakeholders need to pay attention. These are messages included in the May 22nd edition of Scottsdale Edge.       Scottsdale Edge Newsletter The Peak Welcomes Your Comment The Peak invites you to share your thoughts about this article by using the “Submit a Comment” box at the bottom of this page. All comments are reviewed based on The Peak’s Comment Policy prior...

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Register Now for Scottsdale Adult & Youth Summer Programs
May23

Register Now for Scottsdale Adult & Youth Summer Programs

May 23, 2017 Courtesy City of Scottsdale Scottsdale Summer Classes Begin Soon. Now is the time to sign up for the program, class or activity you have had your eye on. Summer will be here before you know it, don’t let your kids idle once school is out. Many of our swim, water exercise, diving and private swim lessons are still accepting participants! Our aquatic classes are fun, effective and affordable. Don’t miss out on...

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Golf Digest: The Boulders “Best Golf Resort in Southwest”
May22

Golf Digest: The Boulders “Best Golf Resort in Southwest”

Courtesy of Bridges Media May 18, 2017 The Boulders Named “Best Golf Resort in the Southwest” On Golf Digest’s 2017 Editor’s Choice Awards List   The Boulders continues to be honored as “one of the best in the industry” by readers, golf editors and golf experts in the industry. Golf Digest magazine just announced the annual “Best Golf Resorts in the America’s Editor’s Choice Awards” in their May issue, and the Boulders Resort &...

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Amy Nesbitt, New Director of Scottsdale Performing Arts
May21

Amy Nesbitt, New Director of Scottsdale Performing Arts

May 15, 2017 Scottsdale Arts has announced that Amy Nesbitt has been hired as its new director of performing arts. She will be responsible for the programs at the Scottsdale Center of the Performing Arts, which include music, dance, theater, comedy, family events, and more. Click on the link below for more information.   Newsletter   The Peak Welcomes Your Comment The Peak invites you to share your thoughts about this...

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