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Nov 282011
 
Redistricting Compromise Helps Keep Winslow Intact

By Linda Kor– It was a difficult process but the Navajo County Board of Supervisors approved a redistricting map on Nov. 15 that will be forwarded to the Department of Justice (DOJ) for preclearance. With the completion of the 2010 census the county now officially has more than 107,000 residents, an increase of 10.2 percent Read More…

Nov 282011
 

By Greg Perkins– Another basketball season has quickly arrived at Holbrook High School where the Lady Roadrunners are hoping to continue building on the program’s success over the past few seasons. Coach Greg Perkins heads up the program for his fourth season and is again assisted by Claude Bakurza who coaches the Junior Varsity team Read More…

Nov 282011
 

By Greg Perkins– It has been 40 years since Holbrook has entered the basketball season as a defending state champion, but that’s the label they will wear on Monday night with their first game of the season played against Coconino High School in Flagstaff. Head Coach Raul Mendoza and his staff lead a group of Read More…

Nov 282011
 

Magdalene McCabe Tso, 94, entered into rest on November 14, 2011, in Flagstaff, Ariz. She was born July 4, 1917, in Natoni (Leupp), Ariz. She is survived by her daughters Sally Cody of Leupp, Molly Kelly of Leupp, Mae White of Chinle, Evelyn Smith of Leupp; sons Herman Tso of Leupp, Samuel Tso, Sr. of Read More…

Nov 282011
 

Jerry Lester, 72, entered into rest on Nov. 10, 2011, in Winslow, Ariz. Jerry was born October 29, 1939, in Sunflower Butte, Ariz. He is survived by his daughters Jerralene Redsteer of Winslow and Sandrina Tsosie of Flagstaff; sons Terry Lee Lester of Indian Wells, Gary Lee Lester of Leupp and Delton Lee of Winslow; Read More…

Nov 162011
 
Wildcats Make It Three In A Row!

By Greg Perkins– For the third year in a row, the Joseph City Wildcats have come home with the state title. On Saturday they wrapped up a perfect season with a 38-6 win over previously unbeaten Joy Christian in the Division VI title game played in Prescott Valley. The two teams came in with different Read More…

Nov 162011
 
Redistricting Maps Ready For County Supervisors

By Linda Kor– The Navajo County Redistricting Committee met Nov. 8, and chose three redistricting maps to forward to the Board of Supervisors for consideration. The selection was no easy task, with a new map presented at the last minute and two committee members voting against the map selection. The reason for the redistricting is Read More…

Nov 162011
 
Holbrook Wastewater Flow Study To Be Redone Due To Inaccuracies

By Linda Kor– Concerns over the accuracy of a recent flow study conducted on Holbrook’s sewer system prompted City Manager Ray Alley to have engineering company GHD redo its study. In 2008, Arizona Engineering, which has since become GHD, was paid approximately $150,000 to map the city’s sewer system. That mapping included piping elevations and Read More…

Nov 162011
 
Pet Of The Week

Photo by Linda Kor This one-year-old Dalmatian mix is named Mollie, and she’s in need of a good home. The cost for adoption is $60, which includes spay, rabies vaccination and license. For more information on Mollie or other pets, call 524-6828 or stop by 105 Airport Road.  

Nov 162011
 
Fading Colors Of Fall

Photo by Talaina Kor-Fisher Kaleigh Fish and her little sister Della enjoy a beautiful day in the park at Joseph City over the weekend before the colors of fall fade and the temperatures drop. Although most of the rest of the week should remain clear, rain is expected by the end of the weekend.  

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