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Save the date for Anthem Veterans Day ceremony, celebrations

When: 8:15-11:15 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 11Where: Anthem Veterans Memorial, 41703 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway, AnthemMore Information: ElizabethTurnerUS@yahoo.com or 623-640-8417Anthem Veterans Memorial41703 N. Gavilan Peak ParkwayAnthem, AZ View larger map The public is invited to honor, salute and support veterans and their families at the Anthem Veterans Memorial Annual celebration an...

When: 8:15-11:15 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 11

Where: Anthem Veterans Memorial, 41703 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway, Anthem

More Information: ElizabethTurnerUS@yahoo.com or 623-640-8417

Anthem Veterans Memorial41703 N. Gavilan Peak ParkwayAnthem, AZ View larger map

The public is invited to honor, salute and support veterans and their families at the Anthem Veterans Memorial Annual celebration and ceremony.

The annual event includes music and videos, charity assistance and more. The morning culminates with the sun’s rays passing through the five military branch pillars to form a perfect spotlight on The Great Seal of the United States.

Breakfast. 8:15-10 a.m. Tennessee Grill, owned by Ryan Ladiser (USMC veteran), will sell light breakfast food and beverages prior to the start of the ceremony.

Sound and screen. 9–10 a.m. Music and videos on LED screens while supporting Vietnam War era veterans.

Vietnam War era and surviving spouse pinning. 9:15-9:45 a.m. In partnership with the U.S. Vietnam War Commemoration and Daisy Mountain Veterans, Vietnam War era veterans’ surviving spouses are invited to be awarded the 50th Anniversary Commemorative Vietnam War pin.

Charitable efforts. Youth For Troops tent. 8:15–10 a.m. South Lawn. Help decorate cards and boxes to send to troops overseas. Assist Youth for Troops efforts to provide 800 holiday care packages for troops stationed overseas by donating small new puzzle and sudoku books, card games, full-size holiday cards, candy canes, lip balm. Help Daisy Mountain Veterans to provide holiday meals, stocking stuffers and presents for local children/families in need. Donate items for all ages. Especially needed are stocking stuffers for teen girls and boys. Email Holidays@daisymtnvets.org for item list.

Special tributes given to the United States Coast Guard, the 50th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, the 70th anniversary of the armistice of the Korean War, and 50th anniversary of US Naval Women Aviators.

The keynote address will be delivered by CWO Michael Tapp (USCG, Ret.) who served the Coast Guard for 27 years.

Solar Spotlight. At exactly 11:11 a.m., the sun’s rays will pass through the ellipses (circles) in each of the military branch pillars to cast a perfect solar spotlight on a glass mosaic of The Great Seal of the United States, surrounded by 5,400 veteran commemorative pavers in the newly expanded Circle of Honor.

Presentations. Live music by the Musical Theatre of Anthem Outreach Group. Photomontages by the students of Boulder Creek High School TV Media Production, under teacher Christy Johnson (U.S. Army veteran), will accompany the music. Videos from U.S. Vietnam War Commemoration. Additional music provided by Ralph McTell, Jimmy Flynn, Texas Tenors, and music/video by Buddy Brown.

Dedication of DAR marker. The dedication of the Daughters of the American Revolution America 250 Patriots Marker into the Anthem Veterans Memorial will take place during the ceremony. Dedicating the marker will be Sarah Ziker, state vice regent, Arizona State Society Daughters of the American Revolution.

Seating. ADA seating sections. Seating limited. Guests encouraged to bring lawn blankets and chairs.

Parking. The parking lot adjacent to the AVM is restricted for ADA credentialed parking and security. Only ADA drop off permitted when lot full. Parking available off Anthem Way, soccer field parking south of AVM off Gavilan Peak, and the Community Center off Freedom Way.

Sponsors: Funded in part by the Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services as made available through the Arizona Veterans Donation Fund and Dr. Anthony and Mrs. Shannon Gleckler.

Volunteers/sponsors: Those who would like to volunteer their time and talents, become a sponsor, or donate to the event, contact Elizabeth Turner at ElizabethTurnerUS@yahoo.com or 623-640-8417.

Some lanes of Interstate 17 reopen after crash, vehicle fire near Anthem Way

PHOENIX — Two northbound lanes of I-17 near Anthem Way, north of Phoenix, have reopened after a crash involving four vehicles that caused a significant vehicle fire shut the lanes down Wednesday afternoon, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.Traffic was being diverted to exit at or before Daisy Mountain Drive.Smoke from the vehicle fire was billowing over the southbound lanes as well, but southbound la...

PHOENIX — Two northbound lanes of I-17 near Anthem Way, north of Phoenix, have reopened after a crash involving four vehicles that caused a significant vehicle fire shut the lanes down Wednesday afternoon, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.

Traffic was being diverted to exit at or before Daisy Mountain Drive.

Smoke from the vehicle fire was billowing over the southbound lanes as well, but southbound lanes were unaffected by closures.

One driver was unresponsive at the scene, Arizona DPS officials said. It is unclear if anyone else was injured.

There is no estimated time as to when the road may reopen, ADOT said. 12News will keep you updated online as more information comes in.

UPDATE: The fire is sending thick smoke over the travel lanes. Be cautious in the area. pic.twitter.com/3nVz9eSJbC

— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) December 20, 2023

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'Idol' Jordin Sparks comes home to Phoenix to sing World Series Game 3 national anthem

Glendale's Jordin Sparks is back in Arizona to sing the national anthem before the Arizona Diamondbacks face the Texas Rangers in Game 3 of the 2023 World Series at Chase Field in downtown Phoenix.Sparks rose to fame on “American Idol," becoming the youngest singer in the history of the show to win i...

Glendale's Jordin Sparks is back in Arizona to sing the national anthem before the Arizona Diamondbacks face the Texas Rangers in Game 3 of the 2023 World Series at Chase Field in downtown Phoenix.

Sparks rose to fame on “American Idol," becoming the youngest singer in the history of the show to win it all, at 17, on Season 6.

She made her first appearance on the Hot 100 in that same year, 2007, with "This Is My Now," her "Idol" coronation single, which peaked at No. 15.

But she really hit her stride with the follow-up hit, "Tattoo," a platinum smash that peaked at No. 8.

In an interview with Digital Spy, Sparks said the song is about the kind of person you can't just erase from your memory if things go wrong. "They're stuck there," she said, "like a tattoo."

Subsequent hits include "One Step at a Time," "Battlefield" and the single that remains her biggest hit, the Chris Brown duet "No Air."

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How Arizona prepared Jordin Sparks for 'American Idol'

Prior to winning “American Idol,” a 14-year-old Sparks won Alice Cooper’s Proof Is in the Pudding competition and opened for the shock-rock legend at his annual Christmas Pudding concert.

Sparks was born in Phoenix to Jodi Wiedmann Sparks and Phillippi Sparks, a Maryvale High School grad who was drafted by the New York Giants in 1992. He was with the Giants until 1999 and played one season for the Dallas Cowboys after that.

Jordin's younger brother, Phillippi "PJ" Sparks Jr., played football at Arizona Christian University.

Sparks lived in the suburbs of Ridgewood, New Jersey, while her dad was playing for the Giants, but was back in Phoenix in time to go to Northwest Community Christian School through eighth grade, attending Sandra Day O’Connor High School until 2006.

She was homeschooled by her grandmother, Pam Wiedmann, after leaving Sandra Day O’Connor to focus on her singing.

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Sparks is no stranger to singing the national anthem at Arizona sporting events

While living in the Phoenix area, Sparks, an evangelical Christian, attended Calvary Community Church.

Prior to "Idol," she frequently performed the national anthem at local sporting events, including games by the Phoenix Suns, the Arizona Cardinals and the Diamondbacks.

She also performed at Valley Youth Theatre.

In 2006, by which point the family was living in Glendale, Sparks was one of six winners in the Phoenix Torrid search for the Next Plus Size Model. She was featured in Torrid ads and promotional pieces, including a full-page ad in the December 2006 issue of Seventeen magazine.

That same year, she won another local talent competition, Arizona Idol, conducted by Phoenix Fox station KSAZ-TV.

While competing on "Idol," she received intense hometown support, which she's never forgotten.

In 2017, she told The Arizona Republic, "It was amazing. People I had never even met were coming together to vote for me. I had no clue. There was no Instagram or Twitter back then. I thought, 'Oh, cool, my nana will vote for me.' And then when I got to come back and see the support and all the people that came out, I'll never forget that. Arizona will always have my heart."

Reach the reporter at ed.masley@arizonarepublic.com or 602-444-4495. Follow him on Twitter @EdMasley.

National anthem, flyover and first pitch info: World Series Game 4 news and notes

The Rangers take on the D-backs at Chase Field Tuesday. Here's a look at who is performing the national anthem, throwing the first pitch and more.PHOENIX — Arizona Diamondbacks fans are embracing the chaos as the World Series returns to Chase Field. The D-backs lost a close game in Game 3, but the team looks to rebound Tuesday night.Here's a breakdown of everything you need to know about Game 4 of the 2023 World Series.RELATED: ...

The Rangers take on the D-backs at Chase Field Tuesday. Here's a look at who is performing the national anthem, throwing the first pitch and more.

PHOENIX — Arizona Diamondbacks fans are embracing the chaos as the World Series returns to Chase Field. The D-backs lost a close game in Game 3, but the team looks to rebound Tuesday night.

Here's a breakdown of everything you need to know about Game 4 of the 2023 World Series.

RELATED: What do the D-backs need to do after the Game 3 loss?

The national anthem will be performed by Mickey Guyton. She is a four-time Grammy nominee and 2022 Time Breakthrough Artist of the Year. Guyton made history as the first Black artist to earn a Grammy nomination for Best Country Album.

RELATED: Diamondbacks vs. Rangers Game 4: Where and when to watch

Before Game 4, the 924th Fighter Group from Davis Monthan Air Force Base will participate in a flyover with four A-10’s.

RELATED: Watch the flyover from Game 3 of World Series at Chase Field

According to the D-backs, the roof at Chase Field will be open, weather permitting.

Game 4 will start Tuesday evening at 5:03 here at Chase Field. Masters champion and ASU alum Jon Rahm is set to throw out the ceremonial first pitch. The game will be broadcast on the Fox network.

Tickets for the game are sold out, but fans can still purchase tickets through third-party resellers like SeatGeek.

To reserve your parking before you go, visit dbacks.com/parking.

Chase Field's Clear Bag Policy is still in effect. Gates open at 2 p.m.

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Maricopa County Purchases Property for North Valley Regional Library Expansion

A new and improved Maricopa County library is coming to the fast-growing North Valley.After receiving approval from the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on Jan. 24, the Maricopa County Library District has closed on a $9,000,000 property in Anthem. The tech-forward facility will house the expanded North Valley Regional Library that will serve the more than 45,000 Maricopa County residents living in Anthem, New River, and other unincorporated areas of North Phoenix.&...

A new and improved Maricopa County library is coming to the fast-growing North Valley.

After receiving approval from the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on Jan. 24, the Maricopa County Library District has closed on a $9,000,000 property in Anthem. The tech-forward facility will house the expanded North Valley Regional Library that will serve the more than 45,000 Maricopa County residents living in Anthem, New River, and other unincorporated areas of North Phoenix.

“County libraries are so much more than a place to borrow your next book,” said Chairman Jack Sellers, who represents District 1 on the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors. “They are also a trusted community resource center for County residents to seek out career counseling, connect with employment services, and find their next job opportunity. I am so pleased to see the unincorporated communities in the North Valley gain increased access to these impactful benefits.”

The current North Valley Regional Library is co-located at Boulder Creek High School, where hours are limited to after school. An expanded library with additional hours in a new, County-owned location will better serve residents as the population expands. Much of the growth is being driven by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company’s (TSMC) $40 billion investment in two North Phoenix chip-manufacturing plants, which have transformed the area near the I-17 and 303 into a booming area of new construction.

“With the dramatic growth that my district has been experiencing in recent years, it just makes sense for the North Valley Regional Library to move into a bigger space that can house even more community services to better serve our North Valley residents,” said Supervisor Bill Gates of District 3. “I’d like to thank the Deer Valley Unified School District for being the library’s home for many years, as well as Phoenix Councilwoman Ann O’Brien and the Anthem Community Council for helping us secure this incredible new facility.”

The new property, located at 41810 N. Venture Dr. in Anthem, consists of 27,188 square feet, and was previously owned by Liftable Media, Inc., a media company that equipped the space with best-in-class technology. This technology set-up opens the door for new library service possibilities which will be determined through a comprehensive redesign and renovation process that will ensure the new and improved library is best serving the local community’s needs.

“The Community Council was proud to work with Maricopa County and Supervisor Gates to find a new home for the North Valley Regional Library,” said Carolynn Hiron, Chair of the Anthem Community Council. “I know the families in our tight-knit community will enjoy the expanded hours and services that this new, independent building will offer.”

“This move symbolizes endless new opportunities for the North Valley Regional Library,” said Jeremy Reeder, Director of the Maricopa County Library District. “We are excited to see how our new building can attract more cardholders and instill a love for reading in even more Maricopa County residents.”

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