Northeast Valley News

SCC student takes a stand against Dakota Access pipeline

Julian Howay, Reporter, Scottsdale Chronicle

December 5, 2016

A Native American student was willing to bask under the sun for hours just to protest the construction of an oil pipeline in North Dakota. Cheynell Begay is an SCC student and a member of the Navajo tribe. Clad in traditional...

Arpaio, McCain to learn political futures Tuesday

Trent Baze, Reporter, Scottsdale Chronicle

November 6, 2016

The 2016 election season has been full of controversy - not only on the national scale, but statewide in Arizona. Joe Arpaio and John McCain are seeking reelection to their incumbent positions of Maricopa County Sheriff┬...

ASU hosts Amy Goodman of “Democracy Now!”

Amy Goodman spoke at ASU's Tempe campus on Thursday, Oct. 27.

Jeremy Beren, Managing Editor, Scottsdale Chronicle

October 28, 2016

Breast cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in women, and even with a shrinking death rate it is still a very serious disease. Self-examination and yearly mammograms starting at age 45 are recommended by the American Cancer Society.

October’s Pink Warriors

October 24, 2016

Clown sightings on the rise on America

The clown phenomenon has emerged around the United States, and it is no longer a joking matter for many in Arizona and elsewhere.

Christian A. Ramos, Reporter, Scottsdale Chronicle

October 18, 2016

SCC library reopens after more than three years

The SCC library finished reconstruction and reopened in August.

Olivia Aboui, Reporter, Scottsdale Chronicle

October 4, 2016

Reporting from the Northeast Valley, Phoenix, and surrounding communities. State, National and International coverage- from the campus of Scottsdale Community College.