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Apr 292011
 
Special Olympics Torch Run Makes Its Way Through Holbrook

Photo by Linda Kor Holbrook’s Special Olympians, including (left to right) Gage Powers, Ivan Johnson (far back), Dolores Lira, Anthony McPherson, Colin Henderson and Randy Ovah, received a warm welcome and plenty of support from students at Holbrook High School and Hulet Elementary School on April 26 as they carried the torch to be passed Read More…

Apr 292011
 
Petroglyph Park Tour Scheduled

A meeting regarding Holbrook’s Petroglyph Park will be held at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 7, at the park. National Park Service landscape architect Joe Winfield will provide a tour of the park to address potential improvements that will make it accessible and informational to visitors. The Ranch Ruins, the remains of a late 1800s Read More…

Apr 292011
 

By Sam Conner – The special work session of the Winslow City Council held Tuesday evening was devoted to discussion of plans for annexation and growth. Planner Paul Ferris read a proposed policy which describes areas of interest to the city for possible annexation and ways to protect the city’s interests where an area has Read More…

Apr 292011
 
Board Of Supervisors Approve Court And Criminal Justice Fees

By Linda Kor – The Navajo County Board of Supervisors approved an intergovernmental agreement Tuesday for court and criminal justice services that had been previously met with criticism by some cities and towns in the county. The item was originally presented during the March 22 meeting of the board, but was tabled due to protests Read More…

Apr 292011
 

By Linda Kor – The City of Holbrook appears well prepared for the upcoming budget year if the latest budget session is any indicator. During a preliminary budget session held prior to the regular city council meeting on April 26, there were only minor changes suggested by City Manager Ray Alley, and no criticisms or Read More…

Apr 292011
 

By Sam Conner – The Winslow City Council heard plans from the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) for work to be done on the intersections of Williamson Avenue and Second and Third streets during its Tuesday night meeting. Representatives of ADOT and the construction company which will do the work spoke about the projects and Read More…

Apr 292011
 

By Greg Perkins – The Roadrunners made short work of visiting Chinle in the first round of the 3A North Regional Tournament on Tuesday afternoon. The third seeded Holbrook squad handled the sixth seeded Wildcats 22-1 in five short innings. The Birds slugged their way to nine extra base hits and stole four bases. Twelve Read More…

Apr 292011
 

By Greg Perkins – Holbrook’s Lady Roadrunners won their opening round in their 3A North Regional Tournament Game on Tuesday afternoon against fifth seeded Chinle, 11-5. The Lady Roadrunners, who are seeded fourth, led just 3-1 through four innings, but a big output in the fifth frame gave them five runs and put them into Read More…

Apr 292011
 

By Greg Perkins – The Joseph City Lady Wildcats wrapped up the regular season on Monday afternoon with a home field 8-6 win over Camp Verde. The Lady Cats got another strong performance from pitcher Taylor Hill, who went all seven innings, facing 30 batters. Hill gave up six runs, only four earned, on eight Read More…

Apr 292011
 

By Sam Conner – The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Ganado Hornets 15-1 in a first round game of the 3A North Region Baseball Tournament played in Winslow on Tuesday. The win improved Winslow’s record to 17-10 for the season and set up a second round game against the Holbrook Roadrunners, 21-1 winners over Chinle in Read More…

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