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Mar 042015
 

By Naomi Hatch A $105,470 contract to relocate the water line associated with the Seventh Street South road construction project in Snowflake was awarded to Rock Country Builders last week. “The Seventh Street South road reconstruction project is currently on schedule for construction this calendar year,” Snowflake Public Works Superintendent Terry Cooper advised the town Read More…

Mar 042015
 

By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Town Council approved an amendment to the memorandum of understanding with the Northern Arizona Council of Governments (NACOG) for participation in the sign inventory project last week. Public Works Superintendent Terry Cooper noted that the council had previously approved the agreement. He gave an overview of the process, noting that Read More…

Mar 042015
 
Kayla Mueller’s Life Becomes Inspiration For HHS Students

By Linda Kor The death of humanitarian Kayla Mueller has resounded throughout the nation and has added to the sorrow for the lives lost at the hands of ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria). Mueller’s death hit Arizonans especially hard, as she was raised in Prescott and attended Northern Arizona University. Mueller was an Read More…

Mar 042015
 

By Tammy Gray A billboard rehabilitation project that will provide advertising for Holbrook is underway in Sun Valley. Holbrook City Manager Ray Alley explained that when the city purchased the property where the Sun Valley water system wells are located, a large billboard was included. “It was pretty dilapidated,” he said. “But last year’s budget Read More…

Mar 042015
 
Candidates Address Priorities For Upcoming Holbrook Elections

By Tammy Gray City of Holbrook elections are set for Tuesday, March 10. Voters will be choosing three new city council members and electing a mayor, as well as making a decision regarding home rule. Candidates for the three open seats on the council include Tim Dixon, Earl Kester, David Newlin, Francie Payne and C.J. Wischmann. Read More…

Feb 272015
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow City Council met Tuesday night in a special session for legal advice regarding an intergovernmental agreement with Navajo County for court collection and criminal justice services, and continued funding to the Little Colorado Medical Center. No action was taken on either issue when the council returned to open session. Auditor Read More…

Feb 272015
 

The University of Arizona will host a family night from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3, at the Winslow High School Performing Arts Center, located at 600 E. Cherry St. The evening will include information about campus life, Native American student affairs, majors, research, scholarships, financial aid and tribal aid, as well as Read More…

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