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Apr 172015
 

The Friends of Winslow Public Library annual meeting will be held on Thursday evening, April 23, at the Hubbell Building. Roger Naylor, a Southwest travel writer and humorist, will be the featured program speaker. He is a regular contributor to The Arizona Republic. His work has also appeared in USA Today, Arizona Highways, Western Art Read More…

Apr 172015
 
Winslow Boy Makes Catch Of A Lifetime

By Linda Kor A dream came true last Saturday when a young Winslow boy caught a very special home run ball during the Diamondbacks’ game against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Parker Stubblefield attended the game in Phoenix with his parents, brother and a friend, arriving early to watch batting practice and perhaps catch one of Read More…

Apr 172015
 

Postcard courtesy of Tess Kenna This photo shows St. Joseph’s Catholic Church around 1900. A newer church was constructed on the same site on Second Street in Winslow in 1923 and is in use today. According to the Catholic Diocese of Gallup, St. Joseph Church records date back to 1896. The first baptism was held Read More…

Apr 172015
 

By Sam Conner Winslow Mayor Robin Boyd advised those attending Tuesday evening’s city council meeting that a colonel and staff of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers General had landed on the dike in a helicopter and reported that the Arizona Congress members were working well in support of the project, but that completion was Read More…

Apr 172015
 

By Tammy Gray The Holbrook City Council took a first look at the proposed $10.6 million budget for the upcoming fiscal year that begins in July during a Tuesday evening work session. “I feel good about this budget, except the utility fund,” City Manager Ray Alley said. He explained that, as it stands, the city Read More…

Apr 172015
 

By Greg Perkins Catching up with the Joseph City Wildcats finds the team coming off a 2-3 stretch in the past five games.  Strangely enough, none of the games were very competitive. Last Thursday the Cats fell on the road in Sanders, losing to the Pirates 14-6 in the closest margin of the five contests. Read More…

Apr 172015
 

The Miss Navajo County Scholarship Pageant is actively seeking contestants for 2016 Miss Navajo County and Miss Navajo County’s Outstanding Teen. A Miss Navajo County contestant must be a U.S citizen at least 17 years old at the time of local pageant and a high school senior for the 2015-16 school year, no more than 24 Read More…

Apr 172015
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow High School Bulldogs baseball team won one game and lost three at the Wolves Classic Tournament at Estrella Foothills High School in Goodyear last weekend. The Bulldogs lost to Estrella Foothills 15-4 on Thursday to begin tournament play. Winslow lost to Florence 12-3, but came back to defeat Chino Valley Read More…

Apr 172015
 
Lorna Mae Snoddy

Our beloved mother and grandmother, Lorna Mae Snoddy, went home to be with the Lord on Monday, April 6, 2015, in Glendale. A graveside service was held April 14 at the Holbrook Cemetery. She was born in Port Angeles, Wash., on Aug. 17, 1946, to Allen and Lorna (Rogers) Waldron. Not only was she the Read More…

Apr 172015
 

By Tammy Gray An agreement that will pave the way to bring common technology to the Navajo Nation for the first time was approved by the Navajo County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. Enhanced street mapping allows emergency dispatchers and personnel to quickly locate homes and businesses using geographic information system (GIS) data. It is Read More…

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