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Surefire Snow at New Snow Play Area in Williams, Arizona

Parents can rest-assure that Canyon Coaster Snow Play will deliver a memorable winter escape for the entire familyCanyon Coaster Snow Play in Williams, Az. Streamlines Winter Family Fun with Two Uphill Lifts, State-Of-The-Art Snowmaking and Nightly GroomingOur hills are completely covered with snow! And as long as weather permits, we’ll continue to be aggressive to make even more snow. We want to be known as the place families can rely on for snow.”— Canyon Coaster Adventure Park General M...

Parents can rest-assure that Canyon Coaster Snow Play will deliver a memorable winter escape for the entire family

Canyon Coaster Snow Play in Williams, Az. Streamlines Winter Family Fun with Two Uphill Lifts, State-Of-The-Art Snowmaking and Nightly Grooming

Our hills are completely covered with snow! And as long as weather permits, we’ll continue to be aggressive to make even more snow. We want to be known as the place families can rely on for snow.”

— Canyon Coaster Adventure Park General Manager Pat Follett

WILLIAMS, ARIZONA, USA, December 21, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- This winter Williams, Arizona guests are in for a real treat because its latest attraction Canyon Coaster Snow Play guarantees snow all season long. The snow tubing park is already off to a great start this season thanks to its state-of-the-art snowmaking equipment. Canyon Coaster Snow Play wasted no time the very minute weather shifted to wintertime conditions in Williams. Its high-powered snow guns have already established six full-length tubing runs with a snow base that currently measures three to six feet deep. In addition to the great snowmaking capabilities, the town of Williams’ average annual snowfall count is approximately 70 inches. So once Mother Nature chips in with Canyon Coaster Snow Play’s snowmaking efforts, the snow tubing park’s base could eventually reach up to 20 feet of the white stuff.

“Our hills are completely covered with snow! And as long as weather permits, we’ll continue to be aggressive to make even more snow,” said Canyon Coaster Adventure Park General Manager Pat Follett. “We want to be known as the place families can rely on for snow. In fact, we’re very optimistic that we’ll have snow all the way through Easter weekend in April.”

Not only does Canyon Coaster Snow Play have ski-resort quality snowmaking systems to assure there’s always snow, but it also grooms its runs nightly, just as ski resorts do. This ensures there is optimal sliding conditions on a daily basis.

The most beneficial feature of the entire park however is its two Sun Kid Carpet uphill lifts. Each lift is comprised of a large moving conveyor belt. It’s similar to an airport terminal people mover that transports riders to the top of snow-packed slopes. The purpose of Sun Kid Carpet rides is to eliminate the stress of climbing the hill, which in turn provides opportunity for more downhill fun. For added comfort, one of the Sun Kid Carpet rides comes equipped with a Plexiglass cover for those snowy, chilly days.

Another advantage for guests is the park’s huge 15,000 sq. ft heated-base lodge onsite complete with a restaurant and full bar. Plus, the super-sized dining area offers 19 TVs that show live sporting events and live feeds from the park’s snow-tubing hills. The base lodge also offers over 12,000 sq. ft. of outdoor covered decking with three fire pits.

Parents in the southwest region and folks traveling to the Grand Canyon can rest-assure that Canyon Coaster Snow Play will deliver a memorable winter escape for the entire family. Snow tubing is designed for all ages to enjoy, and requires no experience to slide down the snow-covered hills. It’s just a short drive from Phoenix, Las Vegas, and other southwest communities.

An unlimited snow-tubing pass, which includes tube rental and Sun Kid Carpet uphill lift is just $40 per person; a small child’s ticket (36” to 42” in height with a paid adult) is only $25. This gives families an opportunity to enjoy a full day of fun together in the snow. Guests are permitted to come and go as they please as long as they keep their pass intact.

Families seeking additional winter adventure can take a spin on the park’s thrilling Canyon Coaster ride. The Canyon Coaster, commonly referred to as a mountain coaster, is built directly into the mountainside and allows riders the freedom to control the speed of the ride, which can reach up to 30 mph. The family-friendly Canyon Coaster is the first and only mountain coaster in The Grand Canyon State! The amusement-style ride spans several acres along the natural curvatures of the mountain and stretches over one mile on a stainless-steel-tube track. It has all the bells and whistles of a roller coaster such as steep descents, hairpin turns, and 360-degree corkscrews. This unique mountain coaster spans several acres along the snow-covered mountains, which gives guests a completely different vantage point to view the white stuff.

Canyon Coaster Adventure Park, located at 700 East Route 66 in Williams, Az. is open daily for both snow tubing and the Canyon Coaster ride. Operating hours are Sunday to Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Night tubing sessions are available every Friday, Saturday, and holiday nights from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. For height requirements, pricing for each attraction, or general information visit https://canyoncoasteradventurepark.com/attraction/winter-snow-tubing/ or call 928-707-7729.

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Monty Williams Reacts After Suns Drop Friday Night Game to Heat

Phoenix Suns head coach Monty Williams spoke with reporters following Friday night's loss to the Miami Heat.The Phoenix Suns again were on the losing end of an NBA game, this time coming at the expense of the Miami Heat on Friday night.The Suns have lost five games in a row and their last eight-of-nine. They're 5-14 since the beginning of December.Phoenix fought back but ultimately fell short without the talents of Chris Paul in the second half after he left the game with right hip soreness.“I just saw him l...

Phoenix Suns head coach Monty Williams spoke with reporters following Friday night's loss to the Miami Heat.

The Phoenix Suns again were on the losing end of an NBA game, this time coming at the expense of the Miami Heat on Friday night.

The Suns have lost five games in a row and their last eight-of-nine. They're 5-14 since the beginning of December.

Phoenix fought back but ultimately fell short without the talents of Chris Paul in the second half after he left the game with right hip soreness.

“I just saw him laboring for a second and when he wouldn’t look at me, I knew something was up and then when he finally did look at me, he needed a sub, and so I didn’t have to put two in two together. I knew something was up," Williams said after the game before addressing how the team looked after Paul left.

“It’s what we love about our group. We come to the gym every day with that mentality and we have confidence in our game plan and we have confidence in the work. It is deflating when guys keep going down, but I saw the huddle when I was out there talking to the coaches. Guys were like this and that’s what I told them. I started quoting Teddy Roosevelt about the man in the arena, that’s who matters and it’s during these moments that you have to go like this and I saw that from our group tonight.”

Losing isn't exactly something Phoenix is accustomed to as of late, given their recent success the last two years. Williams touched on a similar stretch that the Golden State Warriors went through last season:

“It’s definitely tough to go through it, you can’t sugarcoat that. It hurts to play as hard as we’ve played but to keep losing guys in the midst of a tough stretch of basketball. We felt like the away trip over the Christmas break was going to be a big-time trip for us to bond and to grow as a team because we were gone so long and we had to grow a different way," said Williams.

"We had to go through adversity and stress and some tough losses so we can make comparisons to that, but we’ve got to get whole at some point so that we can get some continuity. But the analogy is something we can look at and say ‘It’s never over.’ If you think about everything we’ve been through, we’re still .500. We just want to win one.

"Our guys are hurting to win a game and that’s where as a coach, you just feel bad for those guys because you know how hard we’re playing and how bad they want it.”

As annual homeless count nears, federal report shows Arizona’s population has grown by 23%

The Maricopa Association of Governments is planning the annual Point-in-Time Homeless for January 24th. PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - Experts say high inflation rates and a sharp increase in the cost of housing are just part of what’s pushing some Arizonans into homelessness.As the Maricopa Association of Governments plans the annual Point-in-Time Homeless Count for January, new numbers show the homeless community is growing in Arizona. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, our state’s ...

The Maricopa Association of Governments is planning the annual Point-in-Time Homeless for January 24th.

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - Experts say high inflation rates and a sharp increase in the cost of housing are just part of what’s pushing some Arizonans into homelessness.

As the Maricopa Association of Governments plans the annual Point-in-Time Homeless Count for January, new numbers show the homeless community is growing in Arizona. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, our state’s homeless population grew by 23.4% from 2020 to 2022. Nationally it went up about 1%.

It also estimates 13,553 people were homeless in Arizona in 2022, with 59.2% unsheltered. You can read the full report here.

This comes as hundreds of volunteers are getting ready for the annual homeless count in Maricopa County on Tuesday, January 24th at 5 a.m. Volunteers will fan across the area and physically count the number of people they meet who are experiencing homelessness. It is a federal requirement to get federal funds to help those who are homeless, organizers say.

Volunteers will also be asking questions trying to figure who who people are, their ages, demographics, how long they have been unsheltered, etc. There is an app for the information, making it a paperless count. Data will be collected in real-time. It will be then analyzed and a full report should be released in April.

Kelli Williams, the director of the human services division of the Maricopa Association of Governments, says this comes at a time when new folks in our community are becoming homeless for the first time.

“We’re living in interesting economic times for sure,” Williams recently told Arizona’s Family. “And unfortunately we are seeing a rise in homelessness both of individuals and also families. We have a lot of families right now who are living in cars with their children and trying to keep their children in school. And trying to keep their jobs while they are living out of a vehicle or in some other unsheltered environment.”

Williams says for the first time more older adults who are on fixed incomes are also getting priced out of homes.

“I think there are misconceptions that individuals who are experiencing are all using substances or they are lazy and don’t want to work. Or perhaps they have a behavioral health diagnosis and they need to be seeking mental health services,” Williams said. “That’s not to say there aren’t individuals that do need mental health services, but what we are also seeing is a lot of working poor families and working poor individuals who simply can’t find a place to live with the amount of money they are earning.”

What’s the solution? Williams says that includes more access to affordable housing, higher paying jobs, and more access to behavioral health services.

About 1,500 people who have already signed up to help in the count. Last year it was about 500. Williams thinks this is a testament to how many people are now touched by this issue and want to help. They are always still are looking for more volunteers.

Here’s more information on how to contact a coordinator to sign up.

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Cody Williams becomes highest ranked signee in Colorado basketball history

Cody Williams was already the highest ranked signee in the modern recruiting era of Colorado men's basketball. And now, with Williams' move up to No. 8 on the updated 247Sports rankings for the class of 2023, he is the highest ranked Buffaloes hoops signee ever.Colorado previously ...

Cody Williams was already the highest ranked signee in the modern recruiting era of Colorado men's basketball. And now, with Williams' move up to No. 8 on the updated 247Sports rankings for the class of 2023, he is the highest ranked Buffaloes hoops signee ever.

Colorado previously had two other five-star prospects sign in its history. David Harrison ranked No. 10 nationally by Rivals100.com in 2001 and Chauncey Billups ranked No. 18 nationally coming out of George Washington High School in Denver in 1996.

"The ascension of Cody Williams has been both steady and consistent," 247Sports national basketball director Eric Bossi wrote. "After seeing more of the 6-foot-8 wing from Arizona this winter, there was no way to deny him a fifth star. He’s moved all the way up to No. 8 overall and it is quite possible that he could keep rising.

"In addition to his ideal size and length for the wing, Williams is proving to be a deft ball handler, clever passer and skilled scorer. He’s improved his first step and overall explosiveness and still appears to be scratching at the surface of his long-term potential."

Williams is also now part of 247Sports' must-see "Big 8" list.

"Williams has made a notable jump in recent months," 247Sports director of scouting Adam Finkelstein wrote. "The younger brother of Oklahoma City Thunder rookie Jalen Williams, Cody has always been known as a high upside big wing. Yet his potential always exceeded his production. That has shifted as of late. As a result, he is now in the mix at the very top of the class."

Williams announcedhis commitment to the Buffsduring a ceremony at Perry High School on Nov. 9, the first day of the early signing period. Williams chose Colorado over a long list of other options, including Arizona, LSU, Tennessee, Texas, UCLA and USC, partly because of the relationship he built with Buffaloes head coach Tad Boyle throughout the course of his recruitment.

"It was just how honest he is, how genuine he is, he really believes in me and has all of his faith in me," Williams said of Boyle back in November. "For me the only thing I was looking at was the best fit for me and what was going to help me reach my goals.

"The NIL, all of that stuff is cool. But at the end of the day, if I pick the right school and do what I’m supposed to do, then God willing, I will be making 10-times more than I would from NIL at any school. So it was about putting all the fancy stuff, the glitz and glamour aside and getting into the nitty gritty about what was the best for me.”

Nine former Buffs coached by Boyle have made NBA rosters, and seven have been selected in the draft. But Boyle had never signed a five-star prospect until this past November.

"With Cody, being a West Coast guy, we knew the family because we had recruited his older brother (Jalen Williams) a little bit," Boyle previously said. "Obviously we weren't smart enough to go all-in on his brother. But I told Cody, when I make one mistake, I try not to compound it with making two. So, I said, 'We're going to recruit you as hard as we've recruited anybody.' And we did. I think our core values of our program and the way we develop players really resonated with Cody and his family."

NBADraft.net's projections should always be taken with a grain of salt, however, it is worth noting Williams is currently No. 1 on their mock draft list for 2024.

Composite four-star prospect Assane Diop, from Accelerated Prep in Denver, and top 50 California recruit Courtney Anderson, also inked with the Buffaloes during the early signing period. Colorado's three-man 2023 class is currently No. 17 nationally and No. 4 in the Pac-12 on the 247Sports team rankings.

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Williams and Diop were both nominated for the 2023 McDonald’s All-American game on Wednesday. The top 24 that will be selected to play in the prestigious all-star game will be revealed Tuesday, Jan. 24 on NBA Today between 1-2 pm (MST) on ESPN.

"The NBA has numerous stars that wore the prestigious McDonald's uniforms when they were 17 and 18," Diop said. "Just the possibility of wearing that same uniform is the highlight of my young career."

Corona del Sol graduate Saben Lee scores eight points in Suns regular season debut

MINNEAPOLIS – Saben Lee showed Suns coach Monty Williams more than what he knew about him upon arrival during the preseason.“I loved his grit, his defense and he did a few things offensively that I didn't know he could do, " Williams said.At that time, Phoenix brought in Lee and Adonis Arms as training camp invites to help handle resting Chris Paul, Devin Booker, Deandre Ayton and Mikal Bridges for its final preseason game.The Suns were also down Dario Saric, who was out for the birth of h...

MINNEAPOLIS – Saben Lee showed Suns coach Monty Williams more than what he knew about him upon arrival during the preseason.

“I loved his grit, his defense and he did a few things offensively that I didn't know he could do, " Williams said.

At that time, Phoenix brought in Lee and Adonis Arms as training camp invites to help handle resting Chris Paul, Devin Booker, Deandre Ayton and Mikal Bridges for its final preseason game.

The Suns were also down Dario Saric, who was out for the birth of his first child, and injured players Cam Johnson, Cameron Payne and Landry Shamet. Lee scored nine points in 14 minutes against Sacramento.

Months later, Lee signed a 10-day contract Wednesday for essentially the same reason, as Booker (groin), Payne (foot), Paul (hip), Johnson (knee), Shamet (hip) and Ayton (ankle) are all out with injuries.

“We liked him earlier in the year,” Williams said about Lee. “Had no idea we’d be in this position where we’d need him back.”

The Suns (21-22) continue their four-game road trip Friday at Minnesota (20-22) and end it Monday at Memphis on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

“I’m excited to be here for another opportunity,” Lee said. “Just want to go out there and continue to play some defense and do what I can to help the team.”

Signing Lee gave the Suns 10 available players for Wednesday’s game at Denver.

Phoenix lost, 126-97, but Lee, a Corona del Sol graduate who grew up in Phoenix, posted eight points, four assists and three rebounds in 15 minutes of his regular season debut with the Suns.

In his third NBA season, Lee spent his first two with Detroit and played two games with Philadelphia this season.

“It’s good to have another body down there,” Williams said. “When I look down there and see more coaches than players when I’m in the game, and I’m looking at the bench, I’m like, this is, yeah, I’ll stop there.”

Williams didn’t provide any update Wednesday on Paul, who along with Payne and Booker hasn’t been with the team on the road trip. Payne and Booker are scheduled to be re-evaluated later this month.

Johnson is with the team but he hasn’t played since tearing his right meniscus Nov. 4 against Portland. The Suns starting four underwent a trim procedure on the ligament to put him on a two-month timetable to return, but Williams said Johnson still hasn’t done any contact work.

“He’s been on the court a little bit,” Williams said. “He’s played a little bit of 1-on-1, but that’s about it.”

When asked if he needs to see Johnson in contact situations before playing him, Williams said, “That’s not my decision. I get the OK from medical. I’ll see him, but I don’t make that determination.”

The Suns could get Ayton and Shamet back for Friday’s game. Ayton has missed six games total with a left ankle sprain, but he hasn’t sat more than two in a row the two previous times he injured it.

As for Shamet, he wanted to play Tuesday at Golden State, but Williams shut him down.

“We’d love to get those guys back,” Williams said. “Get guys back so when can settle our depth a little bit.”

Have opinion about current state of the Suns? Reach Suns Insider Duane Rankin at dmrankin@gannett.com or contact him at 480-787-1240. Follow him on Twitter at @DuaneRankin.

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