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Beavers Set to Host No. 9 Arizona Thursday

THE GAME: Oregon State return home Thursday to ace No. 9 ArizonaTELEVISION: The game will be televised on ESPN2RADIO: The game will air live on Beaver Sports Radio Network with Mike Parker calling the action.LIVE STATS: Live stats will be available at this link....

THE GAME: Oregon State return home Thursday to ace No. 9 Arizona

TELEVISION: The game will be televised on ESPN2

RADIO: The game will air live on Beaver Sports Radio Network with Mike Parker calling the action.

LIVE STATS: Live stats will be available at this link.

QUICKLY: Oregon State's last win over Arizona came on Jan. 12, 2020, when the Beavers took down the No. 24-ranked Wildcats 82-65 at Gill Coliseum ... OSU leads the Pac-12 in free throw percentage at 74.9 percent ... The Beavers are 7-3 this season when they have as many or more rebounds than their opponent ... Fourty-eight of Oregon State's 102 points over the last two games have come off the bench ... Oregon State is the second-least experienced Power 5 team in the nation per KenPom's experience rankings ... Six of Oregon State's first nine Pac-12 games will be road contests ... Four of the Beavers' 16 games this season have been decided by three points or fewer, including two of their five Pac-12 games ... Jordan Pope, Tyler Bilodeau and Michael Rataj are all amongst the top-nine freshmen in the Pac-12 in points per game ... Pope has scored in double-figures in 11 of his 16 collegiate games ... The Beavers have allowed 28 points or fewer in the first half of six of their nine games ... Glenn Taylor Jr. was named to the Pac-12 All-Freshman Team last season ... Opponents are shooting 37.8 percent from the floor this season at Gill Coliseum ... Oregon State's squad features a total of 11 newcomers, eight of which are true freshmen

THE TEAM: Here are some quick-hitters about the 2022-23 Oregon State men's basketball team: - Oregon State has six players among the top-27 Pac-12 freshmen in total minutes played (Jordan Pope - 1st, Michael Rataj - 9th, Tyler Bilodeau - 10th, Nick Krass - 23rd, Justin Rochelin - 24th, Jayden Stevens - 26th) - Beaver freshmen have accounted for 42.0 percent of Oregon State's overall minutes played this season, and Oregon State has accounted for over 19 percent of the total minutes played by freshmen in the Pac-12 this season. - The Beavers have held their opponents to 36.5 percent shooting from the floor in their seven wins, compared to 44.6 percent in their nine losses. - Oregon State has allowed an average of 58.6 points per game in its seven victories. - The Beavers are averaging just over 20.7 points per game off the bench this season, the fourth-best mark in the Pac-12. - Oregon State is shooting 45.4 percent from the floor at home this season, compared to 41.2 percent away from Gill Coliseum. - Oregon State has held opponents to 69.3 points per game during the Wayne Tinkle era, and 67.3 points per contest at Gill Coliseum over that span. - The Beavers made an international trip to Italy this summer, playing three games over the 10-day trip, which included stops in Milan, Como, Venice, Florence and Rome. - The Beavers have announced the additions of signees Gavin Marrs and Thomas Ndong. Both will join Oregon State beginning in the 2023-24 season. - The Beavers will not play at UCLA or at home vs. Washington State this season a part of the Pac-12 schedule rotation.

Josh Ross the Breakout Country Artist Unveils New Track “Trouble” – Listen to His New Track and See 2023 Show Dates

January 04, 2022 (Toronto) – Today, breakout country singer-songwriter Josh Ross unveils his first taste of new music for 2023, the introspective track “Trouble” via Universal Music Canada.2022 saw Josh Ross confidently emerge as one of Country music’s most promising artists with no plans to slow down. His evolution shines through on “Trouble,”...

January 04, 2022 (Toronto) – Today, breakout country singer-songwriter Josh Ross unveils his first taste of new music for 2023, the introspective track “Trouble” via Universal Music Canada.

2022 saw Josh Ross confidently emerge as one of Country music’s most promising artists with no plans to slow down. His evolution shines through on “Trouble,” which reflects his country, pop/rock influences showcased through energetic vocals, introspective storylines, and emotional honesty. A follow-up to his Universal Music Canada debut track, “On A Different Night,” “Trouble” marks only the beginning for the Nashville-based artist as he captures hearts across the globe.

Garnering over 32.1 million global streams, the CCMA Rising Star nominated singer-songwriter continues to mould his firsthand experiences into engaging, hit-making storylines while impacting an international music stage. Tomorrow, Josh embarks on his three-date sold-out trip with Bailey Zimmerman in Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Throughout 2023, fans can catch Josh on stages across North America at some of the world’s largest country music festivals, including Boots and Hearts Music Festival, Cavendish Beach Music Festival, Country Thunder and more – see further below for dates.

Stay tuned for much more from Josh Ross throughout 2023 as he cements himself as one of this generation’s most promising Country artists. Sign up for Josh’s mailing list HERE.

Photo Credit: Matthew Berinato

Josh Ross 2023 Show Dates:

Jan 5 – with Bailey Zimmerman Athens, GA SOLD OUT

Jan 6 – with Bailey Zimmerman – Charlotte, NCSOLD OUT

Jan 7 – with Bailey Zimmerman – Greenville, SCSOLD OUT

April 14 – Country Thunder – Florence, AZ

June 16 – Tailgate N Tallboys – Bloomington, Illinois

July 6-8 – Cavendish Beach Music Festival – Cavendish, PEI

July 14 – Country Thunder – Craven, Saskatchewan

July 20 – Country Thunder – Twin Lakes, Wisconsin

July 28 – Tailgate N Tallboys – Auburn Park, Michigan

Aug 10 – Boots & Hearts Music Festival – Oro-Medonte, Ontario

Aug 18-20 – Country Thunder – Calgary, Alberta

Oct 20 – Country Thunder – Kissimmee, Florida

To stay up to date with new show dates, sign up for Josh Ross’ mailing list HERE.

ABOUT JOSH ROSS:

Echoing the primary themes of country in his pop-rock-infused way, Josh Ross’s take on love, work, and play is often documented through his whirlwind experiences. From moving to Nashville on the night of a tornado, leaving only a month later when a global pandemic arrived, to developing an ever-evolving career amidst the drawbacks of injuries, lockdowns, and conflicting relationships, Josh Ross is a country artist bound by the act of forging past and overcoming restraints. Josh Ross debuted as an artist with his independently released Top 5 chart-topping cathartic ballad on romantic losses, “First Taste Of Gone.” The track garnered stellar traction across North America for the Nashville-based singer. Capturing attention across the US with placement on Spotify’s top country playlists like Hot Country, New Boots, Next From Nashville, and Breakout Country, “First Taste of Gone” proved the rising Nashville star’s emerging presence in country music. In 2022, Josh pushed even further in his career with his major-label signing to Universal Music Canada and The Core Entertainment, the management company specializing in discovering and championing new talent in music. Often writing from personal experiences, Josh Ross has delivered versatile lyrics throughout his collection of songs. In addition to “On A Different Night, and “First Taste of Gone,” his bustling catalogue includes summertime anthem “Tall Boys,” his Live Sessions of “First Taste of Gone,” “On A Different Night,” and his TikTok fan favourite cover of The Goo Goo Dolls’ “Iris.” In November 2022, Josh Ross joined Jordan Davis, and Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line for a one-time-only performance at 109th Grey Cup on TSN and RDS on the Twisted Tea Grey Cup Halftime Show live from Saskatchewan’s Mosaic Stadium – watch his performance HERE. Josh Ross continues to carve out his place in Country music across the nation with chart-topping music releases and performances on both sides of the border. Stay tuned for much more from Josh Ross throughout 2023 as he cements himself as one of this generation’s most promising Country artists.

Six Ways to Celebrate Chinese New Year in Metro Phoenix

Phoenix Chinese WeekChinese New Year, or Lunar New Year, begins this year on January 22 and goes on for 15 days.Around the world, people will usher in the Year of the Rabbit with festivities that include fireworks, dragon and lion dances, giving red envelopes containing money, and more.In metro Phoenix, a number of groups will hold events to celebrate. Here are six places to experience Chinese New Year around the Valley this month.To bring in Chinese New Year, The Showroom at the Gila River Resorts & Casinos ...

Phoenix Chinese Week

Chinese New Year, or Lunar New Year, begins this year on January 22 and goes on for 15 days.

Around the world, people will usher in the Year of the Rabbit with festivities that include fireworks, dragon and lion dances, giving red envelopes containing money, and more.

In metro Phoenix, a number of groups will hold events to celebrate. Here are six places to experience Chinese New Year around the Valley this month.

To bring in Chinese New Year, The Showroom at the Gila River Resorts & Casinos — Wild Horse Pass will host an evening of live musical entertainment. Lam Nhat Tien, Hong Ngoc, Lam Thuy Van, Pham Thanh San, Thuyet Vi, Nguyen Di, Thuy Tien, and many more will perform on stage starting at 8 p.m. on Saturday, January 14. Attendees under 21 must be accompanied by a 21-or-over ticketholder. Ticket prices start at $50. Gila River Resorts & Casinos — Wild Horse Pass is located at 5040 Wild Horse Pass Boulevard in Chandler. Click here for more information.

Saturday, January 21This Lunar New Year marks the 25th anniversary of OCA (Organization of Chinese Americans) Greater Phoenix. The organization, supporting metro Phoenix's Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Native Hawaiians since 1998, is hosting a Lunar New Year Cultural Food Celebration at Great Wall Cuisine in west Phoenix from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, January 21. During the event on Lunar/Chinese New Year's Eve, you can sit with the group and taste authentic Chinese New Year's dishes via a 12-course meal and learn about the culture and stories behind holiday foods, the difference between traditional Chinese food and American Chinese food, how other countries celebrate Lunar New Year, and more. Tickets start at $80. Great Wall Cuisine is located at 3446 West Camelback Road, #155. Click here for more information.

Celebrate Chinese New Year at Desert Ridge Marketplace in north Phoenix with an event from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, January 21. In conjunction with 9 Dragons Kung Fu, Desert Ridge will host a morning filled with cultural performances, lion dances, tai chi demonstrations, art, and more. The event is free and open to the public. Desert Ridge Marketplace is located at 21001 North Tatum Boulevard. Find full details here.

Saturday, January 21, and Sunday, January 22Celebrate the Lunar New Year, the beginning of the Year of the Rabbit, at the 33rd annual Phoenix Chinese Week Culture and Cuisine Festival. Enjoy live entertainment, including folk dances, dragon and lion dances, cultural and musical performances, tai chi, and martial arts demonstrations. Sample a selection of Asian delicacies at the many food trucks and vendor booths, and grab a beer at the beer garden. Various vendors' booths and even Koi exhibits will be present. There are various hands-on activities, and kids can participate in many arts and crafts or play in the children’s play area. Folks can try on a full traditional Chinese costume and snap a selfie, learn how to use the abacus and a Chinese yo-yo, or play a mahjong game. Curious attendees can get their English names translated into Chinese characters. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, January 21, and Sunday, January 22, at Steele Indian School Park, 300 East Indian School Road. Click here for more information.

Saturday, January 28Mesa Community College will be decorated with Chinese-style lanterns for Culture Night, celebrating Lunar New Year. The organizers will set up a beer garden providing beverages to wash down the various Asian fare and street foods sold at the food trucks and booths. Entertainment will be plentiful for all ages: lion dances, live Asian-American jazz music, cultural performances, arts and crafts, children's lanterns tutorials, and kids' face painting. The free event goes from 4 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, January 28, to welcome the Year of the Rabbit. Mesa Community College is located at 1833 West Southern Avenue, Mesa. Click here for more information.

Scottsdale will be home to the Asian Festival: Culture Night celebrating Lunar New Year on Saturday, January 28. The free-for-all-ages event will have a lion dance, kids' face painting, lantern making, live jazz, street foods and food trucks, and a beer garden. The event goes from 4 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, January 28, at the International School of Arizona, 9522 East San Salvador Drive, Scottsdale. Click here for more information.

Florence at Coolidge wins fan vote to become the Game of the Week on Week 3 of Friday Night Fever

It was a massive week of voting for the Game of the Week with more than 129k votes and the rivalry between the Gophers and Bears came out on top!PHOENIX — There's something new on Friday Night Fever this year.We began a new way for you, the fans, to take part in the show by choosing which game would be the Game of the Week!Week 3...

It was a massive week of voting for the Game of the Week with more than 129k votes and the rivalry between the Gophers and Bears came out on top!

PHOENIX — There's something new on Friday Night Fever this year.

We began a new way for you, the fans, to take part in the show by choosing which game would be the Game of the Week!

Week 3 was a massive week for voting for Friday Night Fever's top game as we got more than 129,000 votes in this week's poll!

The top two games, Desert Edge at Highland and Florence at Coolidge, were going back and forth, taking the lead from each other multiple times, but ultimately the rivalry matchup between Florence and Coolidge came out on top!

Florence at Coolidge got 59.8% of the vote (77,208 votes), Desert Edge at Highland got 37.78% (48,787 votes) and Casa Grande at Central got 2.42% (3,124 votes).

Congrats to Florence and Coolidge, 12Sports will be live on 12 News at 5 and 6 at your game and it will get top billing on Friday Night Fever as our Game of the Week.

Be a believer and catch the Fever this Friday night at 11:35!

129K TOTAL VOTES!!! THANK YOU!@FlorenceFBall at @BearsCoolidge is our #FridayNightFever Game of the Week!! The rivalry game won with 77,208 vote (60%)! We'll be LIVE out there leading up till kickoff on @12News at 5 and 6.... then catch the highlights at 11:35PM! @12SportsAZ pic.twitter.com/7mkQPz0tjz

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Week 2 of Arizona’s longest-running high school football show saw storms roll through and postpone many of our games, but not our Game of the Week!

O’Connor beat Red Mountain 28-14 in a great game, which won our poll that got more than 9,000 votes!

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The city of Phoenix is home to five major professional sports league teams; The NFL's Arizona Cardinals, NBA's Phoenix Suns, WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury, MLB's Arizona Diamondbacks and NHL's Arizona Coyotes.

The Cardinals have made the State Farm Stadium in Glendale their home turf and the Footprint Center in downtown Phoenix is home to both the Suns and the Mercury. The Indoor Football League’s Arizona Rattlers also play at the Footprint. Phoenix has a soccer team with the USL's Phoenix Rising FC.

The Valley hosts multiple major sporting events on a yearly basis, including college football's Fiesta Bowl and Cactus Bowl; the PGA Tour’s highest-attended event, the Waste Management Phoenix Open; NASCAR events each spring and fall; and Cactus League Spring Training.

Florence Spyrow out as CEO of Northern Arizona Healthcare

Northern Arizona Healthcare announced today, Friday, Aug. 12, a change in NAH leadership, according to a press release. Florence “Flo” Spyrow has “stepped down as the system president and chief executive officer.”Following this decision, Josh Tinkle, NAH Chief Operating Officer, has been named acting CEO by the NAH Board of Directors, effective immediately.“We are grateful for the many years of service to the system and wish Flo all the best in the coming years,” Bill Riley, chairman of the N...

Northern Arizona Healthcare announced today, Friday, Aug. 12, a change in NAH leadership, according to a press release. Florence “Flo” Spyrow has “stepped down as the system president and chief executive officer.”

Following this decision, Josh Tinkle, NAH Chief Operating Officer, has been named acting CEO by the NAH Board of Directors, effective immediately.

“We are grateful for the many years of service to the system and wish Flo all the best in the coming years,” Bill Riley, chairman of the NAH Board of Directors, stated in a press release.

“I am proud of NAH’s many accomplishments during my tenure,” Spyrow reportedly stated in the press release.

Tinkle has been with NAH since 2019 and he previously served as acting CEO during Spyrow’s family leave in the late 2021and early 2022.

NAH will launch a national search for an individual to fill the role of CEO permanently.

“We will find the right candidate in the next six to nine months,” Riley stated. “We will be forming a hiring task force comprising NAH boards members to reach out to the communities we serve, including our health care providers and key stakeholders, to solicit their input on qualifications for our next CEO.”

“We are privileged to serve northern Arizona communities and remain grateful to our patients who have entrusted us withtheir care. We are confident that Josh will help NAH move forward successfully during this transition,” Riley stated.

Worries About Sedona Emergency Room

In 2020, as Northern Arizona Healthcare CEO, Spyrow suggested that the hospital network would be limiting the services offered at its Sedona Emergency Department.

“As part of this continual analysis, Northern Arizona Healthcare is also assessing whether the Sedona ED is truly providing the right level of care at the right cost to residents,” Spyrow wrote in her letter dated May 22, 2020, during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, causing some residents to fear that the Emergency Department would be ending many of its medical services in Sedona.

On a Zoom call with reporters on Thursday June 4, 2020, NAH administrators sought to clarify the hospital system’s plans for Sedona, though they stressed that NAH is still in the analysis phase and has not developed a full concrete plan of what will happen in the area.

“One of the things that we are doing is taking a look to see if we are providing the right care, at the right time, at the right cost, in the right outcome for the residents of Sedona,” Verde Valley Medical Center Chief Administrative Officer Ron Haase said. “Contrary to what has been in various publications, we have no interest and we do not intend to leave Sedona.

“We have been in the Sedona market for 26 years and we intend to continue to serve the health care needs of Sedona communities, and to partner with you in achieving the optimal health and wellness of all community members,” Spyrow said on the press call. “We are, as Ron says, looking at how the community is utilizing our services and what services they’re requesting that be added or expanded there, and so we’re currently evaluating that in order to continue to meet the healthcare needs of the Sedona community.”

Five-Year Pledge

Northern Arizona Healthcare wrote in a press release Oct. 15, 2020, that it would be making no major changes to is Sedona facility for at least the next five years.

“There are no anticipated changes,” NAH Chief of Strategy Jannienne Jones-Verse said on a video call with Larson Newspapers on Oct. 16, 2020. “We can’t foretell the future, [but] as we look at what we’re able to provide and the services that we offer today, barring circumstances we can’t think of, yes, we’re going to continue operating the emergency department at the level that we are today. We are not anticipating changes.”

“Qualified staffing, diagnostics, treatment, transport services and coordination of your care with other NAH entities will continue 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,” an Oct. 16, 2020, press release reads. “As you have been pleased with the service at the Sedona Emergency Department, we will continue to employ physicians in this Sedona ED.”

Flagstaff Expands While Verde Valley Faces Fears

Since 2020 and despite the five-year pledge, Verde Valley residents have repeatedly written letters to the editor worried that Northern Arizona Healthcare would close Verde Valley Medical Center or downgrade the Sedona Emergency Room to an urgent care facility.

“VVMC is not closing its facility, we want to make sure the community is aware of that,” a spokesperson stated on July 27, 2022.

Despite these Verde Valley fears, NAH is planning a 22-acre, $850-million “Health and Wellness Village featuring hospital-based health care, outpatient surgery, imaging, rehabilitation and clinic spaces all on one site …. The future development will serve as a community gathering spot with amenities including new housing, dining, retail, grocery, lodging and a 22-acre natural retreat with trails integrated with Flagstaff’s existing trail system.”

The new facility would replace Flagstaff Medical Center, a Level I trauma center founded in 1936 and donated to the Flagstaff Community in 1955. While the new facilities would be built four miles south of FMC and thus slightly closer to the Verde Valley, they would still be 27 miles away, up Oak Creek Canyon.

Christopher Fox Graham is the managing editor of the Sedona Rock Rocks News, The Camp Verde Journal and the Cottonwood Journal Extra. Hired by Larson Newspapers as a copy editor in 2004, he became assistant manager editor in October 2009 and managing editor in August 2013. Graham has won awards for editorials, investigative news reporting, headline writing, page design and community service from the Arizona Newspapers Association. Graham has also been featured in Editor & Publisher magazine. He lectures on journalism and First Amendment law and is a nationally recognized performance aka slam poet.

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