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Mar 302011
 

On Wednesday and Thursday, April 13 and 14, Snowflake Junior High School eighth grade students will be participating in the American Drug and Alcohol Survey (ADAS) in cooperation with the Tri-Ethnic Center of Colorado State University. The funding for the administration of the survey comes from a federal grant awarded to the center, which allows Read More…

Mar 302011
 

The Taylor Veterans Memorial is being updated for the Trapper Days celebration. Anyone serving in the military during wartime who was born or raised in Taylor, or has lived there more than 10 years is asked to contact Floyd or Pat at 536-7560 as soon as possible to have their name added to the monument. Read More…

Mar 302011
 

The Snowflake-Taylor Chamber of Commerce is seeking interested individuals to fill five seats on the board of directors. To serve on the board you must be a member of the chamber in good standing. Applications are available online at www.snowflaketaylorchamber.org, or by calling 536-4331. Applications must be submitted by April 15.    

Mar 302011
 

By Sam Conner – The Blue Ridge Yellowjackets held the Winslow Bulldogs to just two hits and defeated them 10-0 in a baseball game played last Thursday at Lakeside. The loss dropped Winslow’s record to 6-4 for the season. Matt Smith took the loss, giving up seven runs on eight hits and two walks in Read More…

Mar 302011
 

By Sam Conner – The Winslow Lady Bulldogs finished second in the Payson Invitational Softball Tournament played on March 18 and 19. The Lady Bulldogs won five games before losing a tight championship game to Estrella Foothills, 6-5. Winslow improved its season record to 10-1 in the tournament. The Lady Bulldogs’ first game resulted in Read More…

Mar 302011
 

By Greg Perkins – Heading into spring break the Lobos split two baseball games, losing to Winslow on March 17, then picking up a win over visiting St. Johns the next day. As the break ended, they lost a road game to Payson. Hosting the Bulldogs both teams jumped out of the gate quickly, with Read More…

Mar 302011
 

By Greg Perkins – After nearly a week off for spring break, Holbrook’s baseball and softball teams are heading into the heart of their seasons. Going into this week’s action, the baseball team had compiled an overall record of 5-3 with all games counting toward the final power point rankings. The Roadrunners were sitting in Read More…

Mar 302011
 

A Holbrook youth folk-style wrestling tournament for ages 4 to 13 will be held on Saturday, April 9, at Holbrook High School’s Muñoz Gym. The entry fee is $10 for each wrestler. Singlets and wrestling shoes are not required. Wrestlers may wear shorts, a tight shirt and clean shoes. Weigh-ins are slated at 9 a.m., Read More…

Mar 302011
 
Dolores Dowers

Dolores “DeeDee” Gallegos Dowers answered the Lord’s call on Monday, Dec. 20, 2010, after waging a four-year battle with Lou Gehrig’s disease. Services were held Dec. 27, in Phoenix for her family in the Valley and many friends from Honeywell. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 2, at St. Read More…

Mar 252011
 
Petrified Forest Continues To Celebrate Archaeology/Heritage Awareness Month

Petrified Forest National Park is celebrating the 28th Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month with tours of historic and archeological sites, hikes to special places that most visitors don’t get to see and family oriented activities. Park activities and programs include: * Painted Desert Inn National Historic Landmark tours, 12 noon daily. Meet the ranger Read More…