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Bethany entered Autumn House a frightened single mother of three young children after suffering a brutal attack by a family member. During her stay at Autumn House, she was able to keep her children in the same schools, which helped them maintain some stability in their lives. Amber, Grace and Jason were able to attend groups facilitated by the Autumn House children’s specialist. For Jason, the oldest, this meant helping him begin to cope with the violent images he had witnessed of his mother’s abuse.
Attuned to this harvest time of year, you can reap a cornucopia of bargains at the Dillard’s Clearance Center.
Chandler’s Excise Tax Revenue Obligations ratings recently were all reaffirmed by the three major credit rating agencies.
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Bill Clinton left office after two terms as President in 2000. During the course of his Presidency policies were initiated which resulted in the country enjoying a robust economy which included, a budget surplus, low unemployment, no wars to speak of, and what should have been a rosey outlook going forward.
Arguably the biggest meet remaining before sectionals and the state championship races commences on Friday (Oct. 4).
Few neighborhoods in the East Valley are as quiet as the ones Barbara and Rick Tucker live in right now. The again, it makes sense given they happen to be the only people who currently reside in the Eastmark community in Mesa, although that situation will change in the very near future.
Defending champs are among those entered this Saturday (September 28th) for the 41st annual Doug Conley Cross Country Invitational at Rolling Hills Golf Course in Tempe.
A slew of East Valley golf teams are headed to Prescott this weekend for the annual Prescott Invitational.
With only a couple weeks remaining until the badminton team and individual state tournaments (Oct. 18-19 for individuals; Oct. 28 for team championships), one of the final wider-scale tournaments takes place this weekend.
A report conducted by Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business indicates the combined direct and indirect impacts from Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport brought in more than $1 billion to the regional economy in fiscal year 2013. That’s 79 percent more than what was reported in the last study, three years ago.
For the first time in three years, there will be a new king and queen of high school cross country in Arizona.
Outlook: It’s very rare for the Valley Christian football program to suffer two consecutive losing seasons. That’s what happened in 2011 and 2012, but the personnel returning this season makes it very unlikely the streak reaches a third year. The Trojans have fallen from their spot among the Division V elite in recent years but a playoff berth seems likely this season, and once they get there, the Trojans could do some damage.
Outlook: Many of the new schools in the East Valley have been competitive from Day 1 at the varsity level. Combs has not been one of those programs, but could be set for an improvement based on a new-look schedule in 2013. The Coyotes had a tough go of it last season, especially considering three of its first six foes included Division III champion Queen Creek, Division III semifinalist Williams Field and Division IV champion Seton Catholic.
Outlook: It took a couple years for Matt Lewis to put his coaching imprint on the McClintock football program. He admits he had to be tougher in his first year to get the right kids in the program and get the wrong ones out. Since then, he’s slowly lightened up, ready to now enjoy the process with the players who have gone through the transition with him. The No. 1 sign it’s working? Despite a 2-8 season in 2012, the participation numbers at the school are improving.
Outlook: If but for a play here or a mathematical tweak there, the Coronado football program may be looking at a still-active eight-year playoff streak. Instead, the Dons have sat home during the postseason the past two years, each time finishing No. 17 in the power points of a 16-team field. It’s a driving force at the school, as the seniors still remember the streak when they were freshmen, and now want to start a new one.
Outlook: It’s been a struggle for the Apache Junction football program the past couple seasons. There have been four coaches in the past four years and declining enrollment at the school has sapped the football team of its depth. Last year may have been rock bottom, as the Prospectors went 1-9 and were beaten soundly by the majority of their opponents.
Outlook: It's no secret Desert Mountain has two of the best players at their respective positions in the country in quarterback Kyle Allen and wide receiver Mark Andrews.
Outlook: Lenny Abt spent last season as the interim coach of the Arcadia football team following Jim Ellison’s resignation in August. Once the year ended, his assistants were anxious to roll out new schemes, but Abt had to pull the reins back a bit.
Storms hit hard in parts of the East Valley, causing flooding and downing power lines in Ahwatukee and Tempe, and dropping serious rain across the greater Phoenix area.
Outlook: George De La Torre knows where the Dobson football program stands in the Division I hierarchy. After a one-win season in 2012 and low program numbers which affect depth, the Mustangs aren’t going to be favored many times on Friday nights this fall. De La Torre doesn’t want to fight the perception of his team but instead wants his players to embrace it.
Outlook: After being one of the elite programs in 4A Division II and Division III in its brief history, Williams Field plans to keep it that way. But not before a few questions are answered.