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Jun 152011
 
FEMA Honors Stu Spaulding For Aid Following Hurricane Katrina

By Naomi Hatch– Stu Spaulding spent six weeks working for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in Des Moines, Iowa, engineering long term needs related to Hurricane Katrina. Spaulding explained that there are two levels of needs in an emergency, the immediate and then long term, noting, “In an emergency we’re required to do temporary Read More…

Jun 152011
 
Snowflake Pioneer Days Rodeo Queens

Photo by Naomi Hatch The 2011 Snowflake Pioneer Days Rodeo Queens include (front row, left to right) Junior Teen Queen Jessica Geer, Lil’ Darling Kristen Herzman, (back row) Queen Ashley-Lynn Maywald, Teen Queen Mercedes Maywald, Teen Second Attendant Katie Sturgton and (not pictured) Teen First Attendant Brigitte Kennison. The annual Pioneer Days Celebration will be Read More…

Jun 152011
 

By Sam Conner– The staff of the City of Winslow and many local business people and community members have been working to support the oriented strand board (OSB) proposals submitted to the U.S. Forest Service and other governmental agencies which would thin the forests and use the material removed from them to make useful building Read More…

Jun 152011
 

By Teri Walker– Just a week after school let out for summer, Joseph City Schools were nearly completely staffed in preparation for welcoming students back in the fall. During their regular monthly meeting on June 7, members of the Joseph City School District Governing Board approved a number of personnel appointments for the coming school Read More…

Jun 152011
 
Highroads With Dan Davis Comes To Taylor-Snowflake

By Naomi Hatch Dan Davis of Channel 12 TV’s “Highroads” was in the White Mountains last week, visiting the Taylor Museum, the Shumway School, the soda fountain at Heritage Antiques, the monument and the historic homes in Snowflake, then enjoyed lunch at Trapper’s with members of the town council. “I love it up here. I’ve Read More…

Jun 152011
 

Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy a 10K or a two-mile run or walk at 6 a.m. on Saturday, July 2. The run is open to all ages and will start at the Taylor City Ball Field. Registration will be taken until the race starts. A fee of $12 will be charged to Read More…

Jun 152011
 

Registration forms are now available for the 2011 Snowflake/Taylor July 4 Softball Tournament. The forms are located at Snowflake and Taylor town halls. Call Snowflake Town Hall at (928) 536-7103, ext. 225, to receive an entry by mail or download registration materials at www.ci.snowflake.az.us. The tournament will include Men’s A, Men’s B and Women’s divisions. Read More…

Jun 152011
 
JCHS Athletic Director Earns Top Administrative Honors

The Arizona Interscholastic Association Inc. (AIA) has presented Joseph City Athletic Director Michael Sterkowitz with the 2011 Pursuing Victory With Honor Administrator of the Year award. Sterkowitz received the award during the recent 2011 AIA Champions Luncheon, held in Surprise. Cindy Riley, president of the AIA Board of Directors, presented Sterkowitz with the award and Read More…

Jun 152011
 

Chisolm Groff and Logan Westcott from Snowflake have qualified for the upcoming College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR). Both are attending Northland Pioneer College. Groff will be competing for a national title in the bull riding for his first time. Westcott has qualified for the CNFR three times, and is hoping to leave with a saddle Read More…

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