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Aug 242011
 

By Naomi Hatch– The first triathlon comes to Snowflake/Taylor on Saturday, Sept. 3, in conjunction with the Taylor Sweet Corn Festival. “We realize that there is an incredible population that has an interest in the race,” said organizer Drew Griffin. The Sweet Tri has a great course that showcases the communities of Snowflake and Taylor, Read More…

Aug 242011
 

By Greg Perkins– Alan Ramage once again leads the Snowflake Lady Lobo volleyball team, and has seven seniors on his roster at this point to help guide the squad. Carli Stratton, Devrie Woodside, Lisha Titus, Vanessa Chee, Stephanie Binnie, Natalie Elkins and Caitlin Despain will be joined by juniors; Shelly Larson, Alexa Jones, Brett Brewer Read More…

Aug 242011
 

By Greg Perkins– Snowflake High School’s head girls’ soccer coach, Anna Brubaker currently has 36 players out for the team, with the varsity and junior varsity teams split evenly with 18 on each roster. Seniors Sherika Petersen, Ashleigh Turley, Ty Craun, Michelle Boone, Alexis Bateman and Kitty Vislie lead the varsity squad. They are joined Read More…

Aug 242011
 

By Greg Perkins– The Lady Roadrunners of Holbrook High have eight seniors on their volleyball roster, joined by two juniors and two sophomores. With that many veteran players, Coach Leslie Baldonado has to have high hopes for this year’s team. “We are looking forward to our season and to actually start playing. With the new Read More…

Aug 242011
 
AYSO's Season Off To A Good Start

Photo by Teri Walker The Soccers squared off against the Cougars during Saturday’s AYSO soccer games at Hunt Park in Holbrook. The players included (front, left to right) Arianna Kissling, Harry Edwards, Jacob Bushman, (back) Jade Knight and Preston Edwards. There are 14 teams in the Holbrook AYSO league, which includes players from Holbrook, Joseph Read More…

Aug 242011
 
William Pettijohn

Dr. William Clausen Pettijohn, 87, of Show Low passed away on Monday, Aug. 8, 2011, of heart conditions. No services are planned at this time. Dr. Pettijohn was born in Twin Falls, Idaho, on Aug. 2, 1924. He served in the United States Army in the Pacific Theater in World War II on the headquarters Read More…

Aug 192011
 
Passports And Geocaching To Be Used To Promote Route 66

By Linda Kor– The Route 66 Passport was touted as a huge success by Sharlene Fouser, president of the Route 66 Association, during the Aug. 11 Holbrook Chamber of Commerce meeting. The 50,000 copies that were printed have already been dispersed to visitors along the historic route that runs between Arizona’s east and west borders. Read More…

Aug 192011
 
Governor Brewer Appeals Lower Court Rulings On SB 1070 To Supreme Court

By Teri Walker– Governor Jan Brewer and the State of Arizona filed a petition Aug. 10 with the U.S. Supreme Court asking for the review of lower-court decisions that blocked critical elements of Senate Bill 1070, the immigration law that has put Arizona in the national spotlight. “For too long, the federal government has turned Read More…

Aug 192011
 
NPC Starts The New Year With Bachelor Degree Opportunities

By Teri Walker– Through a just-approved partnership with Prescott College, Northland Pioneer College (NPC) students can now pursue Bachelor of Arts degrees in elementary education and early childhood education without having to move out of the area to attend a state university. The Navajo County Community College District Governing Board met Tuesday and unanimously approved Read More…

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