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Valley neighbors cleaning up after storm rips up horse stables

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CAVE CREEK, AZ — Many communities saw flooding, but almost no area reported wind damage like Cave Creek.

Neighbors saw their steel horse stables ripped from the ground and tossed hundreds of yards away. Block walls were crushed. Roofing destroyed.

"We heard a bunch of noise, came out and looked. Everything was gone," said Gordon Dimas. "A couple horses were standing around here. A couple were down there just looking shell-shocked."

Fortunately, the horses - who were in the stables that were knocked over - were completely unscathed.

"We were totally blessed by that. It could’ve been vet bills. Could’ve been putting them down. They could’ve run off and we would’ve had to chase them down," Dimas said.

There's lots of clean-up ahead though.

"We had electrical [issues] we had to deal with. Water that was rushing out," added Dimas. "We were all running around like chickens with our heads cut off."

Mike Adelman, who lives two streets north of Gordon, is also having to do some heavy lifting.

"This literally came from my neighbor's house," said Adelman, motioning to a mangled horse stable in his yard. "We had a microburst here, obviously. It lifted this entire arena and carried it at least 150 to 200 yards, and literally spiked it into my trees."

Adelman, who is a Phoenix Fire captain, said it was one of the craziest weather events he has seen in his 28 years on the job.

Like Dimas, he is grateful his horses and his neighbors are unscathed.

"My wife luckily came out and moved the two new ones into the stable...and the neighbor‘s horse was underneath this [metal] and was still standing there [after] without any injuries. So very lucky on both parts." Adelman added.

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Tuesday is deadline to apply for Mesa’s housing voucher program

The City of Mesa says they’re seeing more than twice the demand they expected for this round of applications.MESA, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — If you haven’t already, Tuesday is the deadline for folks to apply for the city of Mesa’s housing voucher program. And already they’re seeing more than twice the demand they expected for this round of applications.It’s been since 2016 that the City of Mesa opened its waitlist for Section 8 vouchers. When the city’s housing authority opened up applica...

The City of Mesa says they’re seeing more than twice the demand they expected for this round of applications.

MESA, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — If you haven’t already, Tuesday is the deadline for folks to apply for the city of Mesa’s housing voucher program. And already they’re seeing more than twice the demand they expected for this round of applications.

It’s been since 2016 that the City of Mesa opened its waitlist for Section 8 vouchers. When the city’s housing authority opened up applications for its latest round, they expected about 10,000 people to sign up to hopefully get a spot on the waitlist. But when Arizona’s Family checked in with housing officials Monday evening, they already had 19,000 applications.

“What that tells me is that housing is tough right now. The market rents are high. People are scraping by to be able to afford those rents. And they all need the assistance. They’re willing to work and pay a portion. But then they need that subsidy as well,” said Mary Brandon, the deputy director of Community Services & Housing for Mesa.

Out of those applicants, only 4,000 people will be selected to be put on the waitlist. Those housing vouchers are funded by HUD. Even if someone does get put on the waitlist, Brandon says the wait time could be up to three years before help is given. The city also faces another challenge of having a hard time finding and retaining landlords who will accept them.

In the last three years, the number of Section 8 landlords in Mesa has dropped from 500 to 300, according to Brandon.

“There are landlords that have chosen not to work with the program because they say they can get a higher rent without our program. Also, they think the little bit of paperwork they don’t need right now. So it has been a challenge but we’ve also had some really great landlords that have stuck with us and are assisting residents,” she said.

People have until 5 p.m. Tuesday to apply in person at the housing authority office located at 200 S. Center St, Bldg. 1, Mesa, AZ 85210. Applicants can also find a link online: https://www.mesaaz.gov/residents/housing/application-wait-list

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Beans & Brews Coffeehouse debuts in Queen Creek, San Tan Valley

Utah-based coffee franchise to make Phoenix-area debut later this year with local development dealSource: Beans & Brews Coffeehouse...

Utah-based coffee franchise to make Phoenix-area debut later this year with local development deal

Source: Beans & Brews Coffeehouse

Beans & Brews Coffeehouse, a Utah-based coffee franchise that is known as the "Home of High-Altitude Roasting," announced a new development deal to bring three locations to the Phoenix area. The brand is partnering with Howard Sparks, Jr., his wife Brandi Adams, Marty and Tabitha Carter, and Pete and Paige Hargis to bring Beans & Brews to San Tan Valley and Queen Creek.

“This partnership marks a major milestone in reaching Beans & Brews’ growth potential and accurately reflects the quality of franchisees we are seeking to invest in our future,” said Kim Falk, vice president of franchise development. “Breaking into a new market like Phoenix is a tremendous step forward for us, and we look forward to ingratiating ourselves with the local community.”

The partnership group brings a diverse background that makes them an ideal fit to expand Beans & Brews Coffeehouse further into Arizona. The group is confident that their combined experience within many different business sectors will allow them to be successful in bringing the brand to San Tan Valley and Queen Creek.

With a career in the finance industry, Sparks, Jr. worked as a fraud, risk and underwriting manager, where he learned to understand business processes, finances and budgeting, which will play a key role in the growth and development of Beans & Brews in San Tan Valley and Queen Creek. Spark’s wife, Brandi, has a wide range of experience ranging from retail, accounting to working as a pathology technician. Her previous work endeavors have enabled her to be detail-oriented, meticulous and a strong asset in a communal environment.

Carter, who served nearly 20 years in the United States Coast Guard, carries a decade of experience in the food and drink space, as he worked for a well-known fast-food entity prior to his new journey with Beans & Brews. Tabitha, Carter’s wife, worked in the customer service sector for over 15 years. As a mother and customer service professional, she provides a patient presence with strong interpersonal skills.

Serial entrepreneurs, the Hargis duo round out the partnership group. Paige currently serves as a full-time real estate agent in Arizona, while Pete owns and operates a sport training facility dedicated to creating a balanced life structure for athletes. The husband-and-wife duo also own a rental property company committed to providing homes to those who are not yet at a place to purchase a home.

“Our team fell in love with Beans & Brews after learning that it’s a family business,” said Sparks, Jr. “The brand’s saying ‘We don’t just brew coffee, we brew community,’ really resonated with our group and we are excited for the opportunity to provide the community a place to gather and enjoy one another’s company.”

At Beans & Brews Coffeehouse, the brand focuses on embracing its unique mountain lifestyle and “come as you are” atmosphere all while delivering quality service and products. The brand’s menu uses the finest ingredients and has been perfected after nearly three decades. It offers a variety of high-altitude roasted coffees, breakfast foods, sandwiches, sodas and teas as well as numerous dairy substitutions, meat-free and plant-based products.

Beans & Brews Coffeehouse is also passionate about supporting its community through charitable giving. The brand launched its Brew Good program, which makes donations to different local organizations and nonprofits. Through the program, the brand’s guests get to vote on which organization receives donations.

“Community is at the root of everything we do at Beans & Brews Coffeehouse,” said CEO and founder, Jeff Laramie. “We work to not only provide our guests with a great space to enjoy their favorite cup of coffee, but we also give back to our communities and the charitable organizations that they’re passionate about.”

Franchising since 2004, Beans & Brews Coffeehouse has 67 locations open across four states and has 20 locations in development. The brand is looking for franchise partners across the U.S. with a goal of awarding 30 licenses by the end of 2022.

Beans & Brews Coffeehouse is actively seeking single and multi-unit franchise partners who have a passion for a quality cup of coffee, guest satisfaction and engagement with their community. Franchise partners must have a positive, upbeat attitude and a strong ability to create a team-focused atmosphere. Including the franchise fee, the initial investment for a Beans & Brews Coffeehouse location ranges from $400,000 to $650,000.

For more information about Beans & Brews Coffeehouse’s franchise opportunity, visit beansandbrewsfranchising.com.

Hot Wheels Monster Trucks, First Friday, beer festival and more events in the Valley

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PHOENIX, AZ — There’s the Hot Wheels Monster Trucks live shows, various free Phoenix First Friday events and other family activities taking place this weekend in the Valley!

Start the month of August with some fun! Here’s our round-up of events you won’t want to miss.

SLIDE THE RAILSMcCormick-Stillman Railroad Park’s summer event will feature many inflatable water slides and “obstacle courses suitable for all ages” and there will be a bubble foam pit. Drinks and treats will be available to purchase on-site.

SHOW TIMES

REAL WILD AND WOODY INDOOR BEER FESTIVALThe event that will feature more than 50 breweries; beers to sample include sours, barrel-aged, cask beers and more.

CANDLELIGHT: BEST OF R&B FEATURING WHITNEY HOUSTON, USHER & MORELooking for an idea for date night? This is a candlelit concert that promises a multi-sensory musical experience.”

Open practice this weekend:

GAME ON EXPO 2022According to the official website of the expo, this “is a multimedia gaming and anime event that celebrates gaming, anime, music, and more.”

UBU EXPO PHOENIX!The 10th annual event is a sports & lifestyle expo that features more than 200 exhibitors, live athletic events & tournaments, and more.

‘RICE-A-RONI TROLLEY TOUR’Guest can sample some of the brand’s “latest offerings,” including the new Rice-A-Roni Heat & Eat flavors as well as a new Heat & Eat from Pasta Roni. According to a brand representative, they’ll be handing out coupons at the pop-events too.

Location stops:

'IMMERSIVE MONET AND THE IMPRESSIONISTS' The massive art installation is brought to life by 500,000 cubic feet of projections composed of over 1.2 million frames of video. The exhibit opens on July 29, 2022, at the Lighthouse ArtSpace Phoenix. Some of the artist featured in the program, include: Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Mary Cassatt, J.M.W. Turner, and Toulouse-Lautrec.

ROLLER SKATE 48Skate at The Barn – QC is hosting adult night this Saturday, August 6, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

FIRST FRIDAY IN PHOENIX This popular event in Downtown Phoenix happens on the first Friday of every month, known for its self-guided art walks, local shopping, live music and quite frankly — Roosevelt Row restaurants & bars get lively.

Children’s Museum of Phoenix On the first Friday of each month, the Children’s Museum of Phoenix offers free admission from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Due to limited space, free admission is on a first-come, first-serve basis, and tickets can only be acquired in-person, at the museum.

Phoenix Art Museum On the first Friday of every month, this museum also offers free admission from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.; exhibitions may require an extra cost.

ASU releases Week 1 depth chart vs. NAU; Timarcus Davis, Jordan Clark out

The Arizona State Sun Devils football team on Monday released the depth chart for its Week 1 matchup against the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks.With head coach Herm Edwards having already named Florida transfer Emory Jones as the starting quarterback on Aug. 18, the bigger questions for offensive starters were at the wide receiver and tackle positions.On the defensive side of the b...

The Arizona State Sun Devils football team on Monday released the depth chart for its Week 1 matchup against the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks.

With head coach Herm Edwards having already named Florida transfer Emory Jones as the starting quarterback on Aug. 18, the bigger questions for offensive starters were at the wide receiver and tackle positions.

On the defensive side of the ball, Edwards said after practice on Monday that defensive backs Timarcus Davis and Jordan Clark will both be out against NAU due to injuries, but anticipates both of them to be available Week 2 against Oklahoma State in Stillwater on Sept. 10.

Queen Creek High School graduate Isaia Glass has beaten out Northern State transfer Emmit Bohle at left tackle, while Penn State transfer Des Holmes will start at right tackle. The rest of the offensive line was already solidified between the tackles with left guard LaDarius Henderson, center Ben Scott and San Diego State transfer Chris Martinez at right guard. Iowa State transfer and Deer Valley High School alumnus Joey Ramos will serve as the backup at RG and RT, as well as third-string long snapper.

At wide receiver, Elijhah Badger has won the starting Z spot with Virginia Union transfer Charles Hall IV and Chad Johnson Jr. behind him. The jury still appears to be out for the X and H positions, however, as Bryan Thompson or Andre Johnson will be at X and Gio Sanders or Vanderbilt transfer Cam Johnson will play the H.

The tight end and fullback positions, or Y/H on the depth chart, has the trio of Case Hatch, Jalin Conyers and Missouri transfer Messiah Swinson all listed as potential starters. With Hatch standing at only 6-foot-1 and 235 pounds compared to Conyers’ 6-foot-4, 265-pound frame and Swinson’s towering 6-foot-8, 255-pound body, Hatch will likely serve as more of a fullback while Conyers and Swinson play tight end.

At running back, ASU designated Wyoming transfer Xazavian Valladay or Daniyel Ngata as the starters. The anticipation is that Valladay will be the primary back.

Defensively, Tautala Pesefea Jr. or Miami transfer Nesta Jade Silvera will be the team’s starting nose tackle. The Soelle brothers of Kyle and Connor will start at MIKE and WILL backer, respectively.

With Davis and Clark out, Auburn transfer Ro Torrence and Ed Woods will get their first starts for ASU at cornerback. D.J. Taylor, Macen Williams or Hawaii transfer Khoury Bethley will be the team’s nickel corner, while either Kejuan Markham or Bethley will be at one of the two safety spots. Bethley has the most tackles of any returning player in the country and the second-most defensive snaps of any returner in the nation.

Last but not least is who the place kicker will be, as assistant coach and special teams coordinator Shawn Slocum will “ride the hot hand” (or foot) of true freshman Carter Brown or redshirt freshman Jace Feely, the son of former Arizona Cardinals K Jay Feely.

ASU hosts NAU on Thursday at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe at 7:00 p.m. on ESPN 620 AM / 98.7 FM HD-2.

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