Rosequist: Independent newsroom offers alternative delivery methods as newspaper growth ensues

It’s no secret that the Town of Paradise Valley is unique, and we see that moniker reflected within the newsroom, as well. For nearly 40 years, the Paradise Valley Independent has been in publication — in large part due to the loyalty of its readership. The news landscape has evolved rapidly in the 21st Century, […]

Paradise Valley students donate Halloween candy to the troops

Students at Boulder Creek and Fireside elementary schools have donated their Halloween candy for a good cause. Together, the two schools collected more than 2,200 pounds of candy in two days. With the help of the Military Family Support Group, the candy will be packed into supplies boxes that will be sent to American troops, according to a press release. Susan Transon, an administrative assistant at Horizon High School, helped coordinate the donation at both schools.

Beth Ami Temple hosts free wine and cheese open house

Beth Ami Temple of Paradise Valley invites the community to attend its free open house on Thursday, Sept. 10, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. and discover more about the “small temple with a big heart.” Beth Ami Temple, established in 1978, is a boutique temple for active adults seeking a spiritual and social connection with their Jewish roots, according to a press release. The Beth Ami Temple is at 3535 E. Lincoln Drive in Paradise Valley.

Paradise Valley Mountain Shadows rebirth will redefine local resort scene

It is expected by the end of next calendar year, the Town of Paradise Valley will be abuzz as its newest, most modern resort community begins welcoming visitors and residents. The Paradise Valley Mountain Shadows Golf Resort will be born anew in a matter of months, hoteliers and proponents of the project say.