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Jan 262011
 

By Greg Perkins – The Lobos earned a sixth place team finish at the Doc Wright Invitational wrestling meet held Jan. 14 and 15 in Winslow, which drew 32 teams. Individually, three Snowflake wrestlers claimed runner-up medals. Zane Owens placed second at 103 lbs., Wyatt Hatch was second in the 160 class and Chris Pacheco Read More…

Jan 262011
 
Warren Petersen

Warren Drew Petersen, 83, passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011, in Snowflake. Funeral services will be held at 1 o’clock this afternoon (Jan. 26) at the Snowflake Stake Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. A viewing will be held one hour prior to the funeral services. Burial will be at Read More…

Jan 262011
 

By Linda Kor – A Winslow man convicted in Navajo County Superior Court of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder had that ruling overturned by Division 1 of the Arizona Court of Appeals on Dec. 16, 2010. Michael Ray Fuqua, 30, was sentenced by Superior Court Judge Tom Wing in January 2008 to life in prison Read More…

Jan 262011
 

By Linda Kor – A young Eagar man accused of assisting a self-proclaimed serial killer has been set free by Apache County Superior Court Judge Donna Grimsley after his attorney claimed that his client’s rights were violated by investigators with the Apache County Attorneys Office. Grimsley released 23-year-old Joseph Roberts on Jan. 19, stating that Read More…

Jan 262011
 

By Greg Perkins – The Lady Wildcats added three more to their win column last week with two close games and one blowout victory. Hosting Mogollon on Tuesday, the Lady Cats picked up 11 points from Mackenzie Fields and Taylor Hill added 9, which helped them overcome a pesky Lady Mustang squad to win the Read More…

Jan 262011
 

By Greg Perkins – The Wildcats of Joseph City played two close games and were witness to one blowout last week. On Tuesday they battled archrival Mogollon and pulled away from a third quarter tie to win the game 74-62. “We played a great game. I was impressed with our players’ intensity. They fought to Read More…

Jan 262011
 

By Tammy Gray-Searles – Although Navajo County has realized significant cost savings through unfilled vacant positions, a decision was made to fill the vacancy left by Government Relations Administrator Rod Ross when he took a position with the County Supervisors Association. Hunter Moore, an attorney from Los Angeles, was selected to fill the position. Moore Read More…

Jan 262011
 

After winning four straight games outside the North Region, the Lady Roadrunners got a heavy dose of North prowess last week losing big to both Chinle and Monument Valley. The Holbrook squad defeated Chinle prior to Christmas, but the Lady Wildcats have now won four straight playing in their new temporary home at the Community Read More…

Jan 262011
 

By Greg Perkins – The Roadrunners picked up two road victories at the end of last week by cruising to a 67-27 win over an overmatched Chinle squad, then taking down Monument Valley after a long road trip on Saturday by a final of 72-58. Playing in the old Community Center in Chinle, Holbrook struggled Read More…

Jan 262011
 

By Sam Conner – The Winslow Ministerial Association presented Freddie Campbell with its Good Samaritan Award at a community worship service held Jan. 20 at the Faith Temple of God in Christ Church. The service was well attended by a large group of enthusiastic members of most, if not all, of the churches in the Read More…

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