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Sep 042015
 

By Nolan Madden For 29 years, Winslow native Bob Candelaria has championed the cause of promoting compassionate and positive community support in recovery from the struggle and stigma of substance abuse. He began by addressing and overcoming his own addictions more than two decades ago, then opened the Winslow Guidance Associates center in 2010, and Read More…

Sep 042015
 
Winslow Schedules Celebration Of  17 Years Of Standin’ On A Corner

Photo by Misty Benham/mistybenhamphoto.net The statue at the Standin’ on the Corner Park in downtown Winslow draws visitors from around the world seeking the spirit of adventure that comes with traveling the open road.   By Linda Kor There’s a strong likelihood that most people traveling through Winslow have hummed the familiar lyrics…Standin’ on a Read More…

Sep 042015
 
Petrified Forest  Inspires  Painter

Photo by Nolan Madden This month’s Petrified Forest National Park professional Artist-In-Residence, Lisa McShane, presents her creative inspirations and artistic techniques to Fine Arts students and guests at the Northland Pioneer College Little Colorado Campus Sept. 1. “A lot of my best paintings come from experiences, a combination of things that happened to me in Read More…

Sep 042015
 

Chalcedony Lodge No. 6, Free and Accepted Masons, will host its annual barbeque on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 7, at the Jeffers’ Ranch in Holbrook. The menu is deep-pit slow roasted beef with beans, slaw, fresh sweet corn and homemade desserts. Organizers have been promised good weather, but even if it rains there is room Read More…

Sep 042015
 

  Many area businesses will be closed on Monday, Sept. 7, in observance of Labor Day. All city and county offices, the post offices, Northland Pioneer College, the Holbrook, Winslow and Joseph City schools, the Holbrook and Winslow senior citizens centers, Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of the West and The Tribune-News office will be closed.

Sep 042015
 
It Was Fun In The Mud At  Holbrook’s Dirty Bird Mud Run

  By Linda Kor Young and old alike took the challenge last Saturday and competed in Holbrook’s first Dirty Bird Mud Run. More than 100 competitors took part in the 5K that traversed through mud, tires, boxes and even bubbles. The City of Holbrook organized the event, which drew participants from throughout the region. Photo Read More…

Sep 042015
 

  By Sam Conner The Winslow City Council heard a presentation by Granite Creek Farms regarding a wastewater reclamation bio-energy proposal Tuesday evening. Thomas Stewart and Jessica Dresang showed slides and spoke about the proposal. The proposal was for a public/private partnership, and would start with a feasibility study for converting wastewater into bio-energy. They Read More…

Sep 022015
 

  By Naomi Hatch The Taylor Sweet Corn Festival slated on Saturday, Sept. 5, celebrates the harvest of Taylor farmers’ primary crop–sweet corn. The theme this year is Growing in faith, family, friends. The parade begins at 9 a.m. at the Taylor Ball Field on 700 East Center Street, then turns right on 200 East Read More…

Sep 022015
 

  By Greg Perkins The Roadrunners opened the season on a high note with a 25-12 road win over Camp Verde on Friday night. Holbrook went three and out on its first possession, but put together a 58-yard scoring drive the second time the Roadrunner offense took the field. Cade Maestas found Wazuri Waits from five Read More…

Sep 022015
 

By Nolan Madden Schools which are located within Navajo County’s rural and/or forested regions have been granted portions of a historic federal grant based on their neighborhood position. Equitable distribution of the $915,595.85 academic fund was approved by the Board of Supervisors last month. During her presentation of the grant request, Navajo County School Superintendent Read More…