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Sep 282011
 

By Sam Conner– Winslow City Manager Jim Ferguson said last week that there has been no decision yet on the building of a private prison in Winslow or one of the other sites for which proposals were made. He said that the information given earlier was that the decision would be reached sometime after Sept. Read More…

Sep 282011
 

The Holbrook High School Music Department will present Mark Cross in concert at 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 3, at the George Gardner Performing Arts Center. Fusion and Movin’ will be featured at the concert. Tickets are $5 in advance from any HHS Music Department member or $6 at the door the night of the Read More…

Sep 282011
 

By Linda Kor– The Navajo County Fair Rodeo held Sept 16 and 17 was a huge success, drawing 504 contestants. The results, listed according to place, contestant name, score and winnings, follow. Bareback, Tyler Staker, 75.0, $526; Adam Tanner, 68.0, $395; Earl Tsosie, 63.0, $263; and Jason Minic, 60.0, $132. Incentive calf roping, Willard Moody, Read More…

Sep 282011
 

By Linda Kor– Kordale DeSpain won the title of All Around Champion in the Pee Wee Division of the Navajo County Fair Horse Show, which included western show, roping, ranching and speed events. Trey Hansen earned the title of Reserve All Around Champion. In the Western Horse Show, Brigette Kennison won the title of Senior Read More…

Sep 282011
 

By Sam Conner– The Winslow Bulldogs remain undefeated after earning a 47-12 victory over the Wildcats at Chinle on Friday. The win improved Winslow’s record to 5-0 and dropped Chinle to 3-2 for the season. The game was close for the first half, but the Bulldogs scored three unanswered touchdowns in the third quarter to Read More…

Sep 282011
 

By Greg Perkins– The Snowflake Lady Lobos dropped their first power point contest of the volleyball season last Wednesday, falling in five games at Payson. “It is always good to be reminded of how bad it hurts to lose, but as a coach I hate to see our team lose. I knew Payson was a Read More…

Sep 282011
 

By Greg Perkins– Snowflake’s Lady Lobos dropped both soccer matches they played last week, losing on the road to St. Johns and Blue Ridge. Playing at St. Johns on Thursday, the Lady Lobos stayed close in the first half, trailing by just one goal. In the second half they scored two more on offense, but Read More…

Sep 282011
 

By Greg Perkins– Lobo fans witnessed a close game in Snowflake and were rewarded with a hard fought, six-point win over visiting St. Johns on Friday night. The Lobos came into this game on the heels of back- to-back weeks facing Blue Ridge and Show Low, two of the top teams in the area. Add Read More…

Sep 282011
 

“It’s a Whole New Ballgame: How Social Media is Changing Sports” by Jimmy Sanderson, a 1995 graduate of Snowflake High School, has just been published. The book outlines how social media applications such as Facebook and Twitter are dramatically changing the sports world. These changes have appeared in a very short period of time, creating Read More…

Sep 282011
 
Lady Wildcats Beat Sanders, Then Win JCHS Tournament

By Greg Perkins– The Lady Wildcats of Joseph City headed into their own tournament last weekend with plenty of momentum after winning at Valley Sanders in an exciting five-game match on Tuesday. The Lady Cats fell in the first game, 25-20. “We had to make a last minute change in our personnel just before the Read More…