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Oct 212011
 
Pamela Jean Wilkenson

Pamela Jean Wilkinson, 65, passed away peacefully at her home on Sunday, Oct. 16, 2011. Funeral services will be held at 2 o’clock this afternoon (Oct. 21) at the First Southern Baptist Church, located at 360 First Ave. in Holbrook. She loved spending time with her grandchildren and enjoyed taking care of animals. She was Read More…

Oct 212011
 
Henry D. Saline

Henry DeVar Saline, 54, passed away on Sunday, Oct. 16, 2011, in Show Low. Graveside services were held Oct. 19 at the R.V. “Mike” Ramsay Memorial Cemetery in Snowflake. He was born Aug. 2, 1957, in Safford to LaRoy DeVar Saline and Laura Hunt Saline. Henry was a good, honest and hardworking husband and father; Read More…

Oct 212011
 

Sophia “Grandma Sophie” Salazar, 60, passed away on Monday, Oct. 17, 2011. Holy Rosary will be held at 9:30 a.m. today (Oct. 21) at Madre de Dios Catholic Church in Winslow, with Mass following. Burial will be in Desert View Cemetery in Winslow. She was born on July 8, 1951, in Winslow. Sophia was loved Read More…

Oct 192011
 
Joseph City School Board Approves Pay Raises For Non-Contract Duties

By Teri Walker– The Joseph City School District Governing Board approved pay increases for several non-contract employee duties last week. Superintendent Robert Klein recommended the board increase the amount paid for driver’s education instruction, staff training hours, Saturday school hours, summer school teaching and after school teaching. Certified staff had been paid $20 per hour Read More…

Oct 192011
 

By Teri Walker– The Joseph City School District Governing Board approved pay increases for several non-contract employee duties last week. Superintendent Robert Klein recommended the board increase the amount paid for driver’s education instruction, staff training hours, Saturday school hours, summer school teaching and after school teaching. Certified staff had been paid $20 per hour Read More…

Oct 192011
 
Wind Farm Is Considered Northeast Of Joseph City

By Teri Walker– More wind turbines may be on the horizon for northeastern Arizona if a project currently before the Navajo County Planning and Zoning Department makes it through the planning process. Disgen Marcou Mesa, LLC has submitted an application for a special use permit to develop a wind farm across nearly 25,600 acres. The Read More…

Oct 192011
 
Taylor Tall Tales

Photo by Naomi Hatch Sharlene and Paul Hatch are the newest members of the Taylor/Shumway Heritage Foundation Board of Directors. Paul, a well-known poet and story teller, will be telling “Taylor Tall Tales” at the Scrumptious Dessert Social scheduled at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Taylor Stake Center, located at 301 W. Read More…

Oct 192011
 
Winter Park Hours

Photo by David Velk Law Enforcement Ranger Ross Templeton and Pintado stand against the backdrop of the Painted Desert Wilderness at Petrified Forest National Park. More than 50,000 acres of the park are officially designated wilderness, meaning no roads or motorized vehicles. In their absence, the horses of the park’s Mounted Patrol allow rangers easier Read More…

Oct 192011
 

By Naomi Hatch– Snowflake School District Business Manager Mark Ollerton asked the district governing board last week to approve an RFP (request for proposals) to find a company that will do an energy audit and then give them a proposal. The board previously asked Ollerton to research the availability of using performance contracts to evaluate Read More…

Oct 192011
 

By Naomi Hatch– The Career and Technical Education (CTE) and Information Technology (IT) departments at Snowflake High School have wanted to purchase a laser engraver machine, CTE Director Alan Ramage advised the Snowflake School District Governing Board Oct. 15, noting, “previously it was a want rather than a need.” District Superintendent Hollis Merrell explained that Read More…

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