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Jun 292011
 
In The Trenches

Photo courtesy of Coach Art Hargrove/Snowflake High School– In the Trenches, a competition for the young men who play offensive and defensive line at the high school level, was held June 10 at Arizona State University in Tempe. All but two of the 18 schools competing were 4A and 5A schools, and Snowflake was the Read More…

Jun 292011
 

Harry J. Gunther, 85, passed away on Tuesday, June 7, 2011. Internment was at Snowflake Cemetery. Harry was born in Chicago, Ill., on March 25, 1926. He served in the Navy as a Quartermaster Third Class in World War II aboard the USSATR-72 and the USS Yorktown. Survivors include his wife, Anne; two sons, Douglas Read More…

Jun 292011
 

Benny Cody, 65, a longtime resident of Leupp, went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Sunday, June 19, 2011. A memorial service was held June 24 at the ranch, located eight miles northwest of Leupp. Funeral services were held June 25 at the ranch. He was a hero, father, brother, uncle and Read More…

Jun 292011
 
Melvin C. Biggs Sr.

On the morning of Wednesday, June 22, 2011, beloved father, grandfather, great-grandfather, friend and just all around big hearted Melvin Charles “Mel” Biggs Sr., 88, left this mortal world to join his family. He moved to his final resting place in the Snowflake Cemetery on June 25. He was honored by an honor guard from Read More…

Jun 222011
 
Holbrook’s 2012 Budget Planning Winding Down

By Teri Walker– City of Holbrook staff members are in the final stages of preparing the fiscal year 2012 city budget for tentative approval on July 12. In a budget work session held June 14, staff and council reviewed the latest iteration of the draft 2012 budget, which stands at nearly $9.7 million. Noting the Read More…

Jun 222011
 
New Petrified Forest Superintendent Focuses On Science And Expansion

By Teri Walker– Scientists have been unearthing something on the order of one to two new species a year at Petrified Forest National Park for the past few years, and that has new Park Superintendent Brad Traver excited and focused. “In the last 10 years, we’ve added several new species to science through discoveries at Read More…

Jun 222011
 

By Teri Walker– With concern over emissions from coal-fired power plants a mainstay in environmental discussions, the possibility for stricter emission standards is never far from the minds of plant operators. Which is why the coal industry continues to explore options for dealing with carbon dioxide (CO2) in a manner that will reduce environmental impacts Read More…

Jun 222011
 

By Sam Conner– The Winslow School District Governing Board voted unanimously June 15 to instruct its delegate to the Arizona School Boards Association’s delegate assembly to support the resolutions recommended by the ASBA. The members had received those recommendations at their last meeting and voted to support the recommendations. An item calling for an executive Read More…

Jun 222011
 

By Naomi Hatch– The Snowflake Town Council unanimously approved a tentative budget for fiscal year 2011-12 in the amount of $7,661,138, a decrease of $141,275 from the present budget. “Our biggest item in our budget is our employees and our benefit package, and I wanted the council to be more involved,” explained Mayor Kelly Willis, Read More…

Jun 222011
 
Restoration Of The Snowflake Academy Building

Photo by Naomi Hatch– Cathie McDowell (left) has led the way in the restoration of the Snowflake Academy Building. Thursday Night in the Park was held at the Academy Building last week, where everyone had a chance to tour the first floor and see what has been accomplished. McDowell shows Tricia Reidhead (right) the old Read More…

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