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Jul 292011
 
R. Jared Marchant

Robert Jared Marchant, 28, known as Jared by friends and family, died on Sunday, July 24, 2011, in Mesa. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 1, at the Valley View Baptist Church in Snowflake, with a visitation beginning at 10 a.m. He was born in Sheridan, Wyo., to Pamela and Read More…

Jul 272011
 
Petroglyph Park Vision Is Outlined

By Linda Kor– The future of Holbrook’s Petroglyph Park, located near the Hidden Cove Golf Course, became clearer July 21 as interested parties gathered to focus on a timeline and a vision of the park. Those present included several residents, as well as representatives from the chamber of commerce and the city. The meeting was Read More…

Jul 272011
 
Composition Of Arizona And  U.S. Households Is Changing

By Teri Walker– The “traditional” family isn’t as common as it once was, and household sizes continue to shift, recently unveiled census data reveals. According to 2010 Census reports, the family structure made up of a married mother and father raising their own children under the age of 18 under the same roof in Arizona, Read More…

Jul 272011
 
Summer Rains Prove Hazardous

Photo courtesy Of the Arizona Department of Transportation Summer rains are setting off rock and mudslides, sending trees and other large debris onto roadways in the aftermath of the Wallow fire. This slide was one of many obstructing US 191 near Hanagan’s Meadow last week.  

Jul 272011
 

By Naomi Hatch– During the tenures of two town managers and three engineers, the Flake family and Hatch Construction & Paving have made several requests from the Town of Snowflake for a special use permit to mine 279.21 acres of gravel. Last week they were given permission to move forward with the first phase of Read More…

Jul 272011
 
Eagles Pavilion Is Designed To Improve Annual Festival

By Linda Kor– Visitors to the annual Standin’ On The Corner Festival scheduled Sept. 23 and 24 in Winslow will be able to enjoy the event in an improved setting. Although the location remains the same behind the visitors center at 523 W. Second St., the once dirt lot will be undergoing a transformation over Read More…

Jul 272011
 

Bad check writers now face much higher fees if their checks are sent to the Navajo County Attorney’s Office for collection. According to Navajo County Attorney Brad Carlyon, the Arizona Legislature authorized the following fee increases for his office: If the face amount of a bad check is up to $100, the fee will be Read More…

Jul 272011
 

Beatrice Lewis, 71, was called home on Sunday, July 24, 2011. Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated July 26 at Madre De Dios Catholic Church in Winslow, with Father Frank Chacon officiating. She was laid to rest at Winslow Cemetery. She was born in Winslow on April 25, 1940. She attended Rose Mar Beauty School, Read More…

Jul 272011
 
Allen E. Kendall

Allen E. Kendall, 58, passed away on Monday, July 18, 2011, surrounded by his family. Memorial services were held July 22 at Norvell Owens Mortuary in Flagstaff. Allen was born June 26, 1953, in Holbrook to Elmer Lee Kendall and Betty Lou Batson Kendall. He attended school in Holbrook. After high school, Allen joined the Read More…

Jul 222011
 
Pot Clubs Are Under Scrutiny

By Teri Walker– With medical marijuana dispensaries on hold until lawmakers can decide if they’re in violation of federal law, pot clubs have been popping up around Arizona, bringing together card-carrying medical marijuana patients to share private supplies of marijuana. Now, these clubs are coming under legal scrutiny. Late last week, the Arizona Department of Read More…

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