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Jan 282011
 

No one is quite certain, but the Lady Roadrunners’ win over visiting Winslow Tuesday night may have marked the first time Holbrook has beaten a Lady Bulldog team. Holbrook came into the game on the heels of two blowout losses in which the Lady Birds struggled shooting the ball. On Tuesday night they jumped out Read More…

Jan 282011
 

By Tammy Gray-Searles — In late December, the second phase of Dry Lake Wind Farm was completed and quietly began operation. According to Iberdrola public relations representative Jan Johnson, the testing phase is complete and power is being sold to Salt River Project (SRP). Construction was completed slightly ahead of schedule, and the turbines began Read More…

Jan 282011
 

By Linda Kor — The Holbrook City Council agreed Tuesday evening that meetings would now be held at 6 p.m. instead of 7 p.m. in order to encourage greater attendance from the public and for the convenience of council members. City Manager Ray Alley informed the council that he still waiting on the contract from Read More…

Jan 282011
 

By Tammy Gray-Searles — The good news for Navajo County is that the governor’s proposal to balance the budget this fiscal year leaves county funds mostly untouched. The bad news is that next year’s budget plan is a whole different story. “In the governor’s plan, there appears to be no impact to counties,” Government Relations Read More…

Jan 282011
 

By Tammy Gray-Searles — County administrators have taken the plunge into social media and Navajo County now has an official Facebook page. Government Relations Administrator Hunter Moore unveiled the page to the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, noting that the page would be used to provide information to and interact with constituents. Events such as Read More…

Jan 262011
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow School District Governing Board accepted the resignation of Winslow High School football coach Gene “Rusty” Roberson last week. A National Honor Society presentation was made to the board by the organization’s historian, Tanya King. She explained that the organization is open to juniors and seniors with a grade point average Read More…

Jan 262011
 

By Tammy Gray-Searles — After 18 years on the bench and more than 15 years in the county attorney’s office, Judge Tom Wing traded in his gavel for time with his grandchildren when he retired on Dec. 31. “I have a number of children and grandchildren, and I plan on spending more time with them,” Read More…

Jan 262011
 

By Sam Conner — The Valley Sanders Lady Pirates defeated the Winslow Lady Bulldogs 70-64 in a non-regional basketball game played at Winslow last Thursday night. The loss dropped Winslow’s record to 14-5 for the season. The Lady Bulldogs remained 4-1 in the 3A North Region. The strong 2A Lady Pirates improved their excellent record Read More…

Jan 262011
 

By Sam Conner — The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Valley Sanders Pirates 62-46 in a non-regional basketball game played at Winslow last Thursday night, then fell to the Show Low Cougars 56-47 in a non-regional basketball game played at home the following night. The Bulldogs record is 20-5 overall, and they lead the 3A North Read More…

Jan 262011
 

By Naomi Hatch — Terry Cooper, Snowflake’s new Public Works superintendent, was welcomed to town at the Jan. 11 council meeting by Town Manager Paul Watson. “He has some significant experience in the streets and roads arena, and that’s one of the things we are particularly excited and interested in,” said Watson, adding with a Read More…

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