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Oct 212011
 

By Teri Walker– Passport Potash Inc. has announced that it won’t be releasing its report analyzing potash mining exploration findings until the end of October, and even then, the report will not include estimates of how much potash could be extracted from the company’s holdings. That information won’t be available for another two months. Passport Read More…

Oct 212011
 
Efforts Underway To Record Findings At Petroglyph Park

By Linda Kor– Efforts to identify and record the pre-historic and historic aspects of Holbrook’s Petroglyph Park are underway, according to Joe Winfield, landscape architect with the National Park Service. In an Oct. 15 meeting at the park, which is located near Hidden Cove Golf Course, researchers and archaeologists met to walk the park and Read More…

Oct 212011
 
Joseph City Wildcats Celebrate Homecoming

Photos by Linda Kor The Joseph City High School celebrated Homecoming last week with a parade held Oct. 12 and the crowning of royalty on Oct. 14. The theme for this year’s parade focused on the town’s country roots, with the floats decorated with bales of straw, a few fiddles, stick horses and lots of Read More…

Oct 212011
 
Holbrook Sewer Flow

Photo by Linda Kor The City of Holbrook is conducting the next phase of verifying the results of a recent sewer system flow study that shows that the city has room for expansion before hitting capacity. Water/Wastewater Supervisor Armando Aguilera (left) and Louie Baldonado shoot 3,000 pounds of pressure down a line to determine and Read More…

Oct 212011
 
"Lawman Ketchum, Who Sure Can Catch 'Em"

Photo courtesy of the Old Trails Museum A well-known man around Winslow for many years was Benjamin Franklin Ketchum, known as Frank, who was often called upon to extract automobiles from the Little Colorado River. While serving as town marshal in the early 1900s, Ketchum was involved in a notorious shooting that prompted his reputation Read More…

Oct 212011
 
WHS Grand Canyon Club

Photo courtesy of Winslow High School Members of the Winslow High School Grand Canyon Club completed 10 hours of service in the community last Saturday morning by picking up trash along the Ramada section of McHood Park Reservoir in order to participate in a four-day rafting trip through the Grand Canyon beginning April 20. By Read More…

Oct 212011
 

By Sam Conner– The Winslow High School cross country teams performed well at the Bud Davis Invitational Meet held Oct. 14 at Tuba City. The boys’ varsity team was especially successful, finishing second overall. All six Bulldog runners earned a top 30 finish: Cody Sangster took seventh; John Hoskie, eighth; Kevin Decker, 20th; Lorin Greenwood, Read More…

Oct 212011
 

By Greg Perkins– A week off from school and some extra days rest proved to be the cure the Holbrook volleyball team needed. The Lady Roadrunners came back from fall break and played very well in their first match, taking down Joseph City in three straight games. Playing with a lead for much of the Read More…

Oct 212011
 

By Greg Perkins– At the highly competitive 39th annual Doug Conley Invitational cross country meet held last Saturday in Phoenix, Holbrook Roadrunner Melcomh Chee ran in the highest level of the race. Chee placed 70th in the 101-runner field of the varsity division race, which was by invitation only. Running in the open boys’ race Read More…

Oct 212011
 
Winslow Area Baseball Team Is Tops In Talent, Character

By Sam Conner– The Dawgs (Discipline, Attitude, Will, Genuine, Scholar) traveling baseball team recently won the 14 and under AA USSSA (United States Specialty Sports Association) Fall Arizona State Championship. The team includes Rey Velez, C.J. Chacon, Kuster Kinleecheenie, Matthew Ramos and Brandon Sedillo, all of Winslow, Julian Garcia of Holbrook, and Taran Sarnowski, Tristan Read More…

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