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Join Us for Mimosas at MMR Pancake Breakfast

One of the biggest events of the year is coming to McDowell Mountain Ranch this Saturday: The Pancake Breakfast and Egg Hunt! While there will be many of the usual activities this year, Helene & Christine’s Team is working hard to make the event extra fun with champagne and mimosas for the adults, a mimosa basket raffle and for the kids a huge Teddy Bear will be raffled. We’ll have more details as the week progressives about the event, which begins at 9 a.m. and will continue through the afternoon behind the Community Center. We hope to see you there, but don’t forget to fill out an entry form at Helene & Christine’s Team booth!

TPC Scottsdale seeks a permit to open a 12,000-square-foot sportsbook, where gamblers can wager on sports competitions, in time for the 2023 Superbowl, which comes to Glendale in 2023. The facility, which would be the first and only of its kind in Scottsdale, would be located on a 3.2-acre parcel on the southeast corner of Hayden and Bell roads, according to the Scottsdale Progress. Most Arizona Sportsbooks are at tribal Indian gaming centers. If approved, Scottsdale will receive a 2 percent cut of the sportsbook revenues and economist Elliot Pollack of Elliott D. Pollack and Company claims that the venue will raise $724,000 annually in tax revenues for the city.
Progress story:
Permit request:
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The new Thompson 105 restaurant, formerly named Twisted Lizard, in the Desert Canyon Center has delayed its opening until February. The good news? Lots of job openings. Here are some of the openings we came across:
• Manager
• Bartender
• Food server
• Host
• Bar Back
• Runner
• Cooks
• Dishwasher
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The number of new Covid-19 cases eased just a little bit at the Scottsdale Unified School District, though cases dropped considerably at Desert Canyon Middle and Desert Mountain High schools, according to the district’s dashboard. New Coronavirus cases at Desert Canyon Elementary School rose a bit.
For the weeks of Jan. 14-20, SUSD reported 935 confirmed cases compared with 996 the week earlier. DCMS dropped from 46 new cases to 18 new cases over the same time period while DMHS fell from 115 new cases to 63 new cases. Meanwhile, DCES rose from 18 new cases to 20.
Counting confirmed and unconfirmed cases, SUSD fell from 3,067 new cases to 2,807 new cases. As a whole, SUSD reports 19,759 confirmed cases since the pandemic began.
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