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Apr 182014
 
WHS Speech And Debate Team Celebrates A Successful Year

The Winslow High School Speech and Debate team celebrated the end of the 2013-14 season with a potluck dinner for family and friends. The program included the presentation of awards and a salute to the parents and volunteers by outgoing Speech Club Co-President, Brittany Fischer and Alexis Seivers. Two special awards were presented by Coaches Read More…

Apr 182014
 

By Tammy Gray Governing board elections for the Holbrook, Winslow and Joseph City school districts will be held this fall, and Navajo County Superintendent of Schools Linda Morrow notes that now is the time for interested individuals to consider running for office. To qualify for a governing board position, candidates must be registered voters and Read More…

Apr 182014
 

By Tammy Gray Even with a state budget in place for the upcoming fiscal year, concerns continue over the distribution of Highway User Revenue Funds (HURF) that cities and counties, as well as the state, use to construct and maintain roadways. The budget uses a new formula to distribute HURF monies among counties and the Read More…

Apr 182014
 

Many Holbrook churches will offer special services in observance of Holy Week. Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church Good Friday, Friday, April 18: Stations of the Cross, 3 p.m.; and Psalm Liturgy of the Holy Cross, 7 p.m. Saturday, April 19: Easter vigil, 8 p.m. Easter Sunday, April 20: Mass 9:30 a.m., followed by Easter Read More…

Apr 182014
 
Community Clean-Up Day Was A Success

By Jeff Johnson What a difference two hours makes! When 200-plus volunteers of all ages, from all segments of our community roll up their sleeves and work together, a lot of work gets done. Last Saturday, April 12, that meant a lot of litter got picked up in Holbrook–nearly 100 bags, in fact. The city Read More…

Apr 182014
 

By Nick Worth The Navajo County Community College District Governing Board held the first reading of a resolution to make a four percent property tax levy at Tuesday’s meeting. Northland Pioneer College Vice President for Administrative Services Blaine Hatch told the board that staff recommends the maximum allowable tax levy, which amounts to $14,608,093 for Read More…