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Aug 282012
 

By Greg Perkins Holbrook Coach Dave Wright has a mixture of old and new on his varsity roster for the upcoming soccer season. Freshmen expected to see time on the varsity squad include Noah Barela, Joe Herrera, Trevor Barton, Brandon Kester and James Ramirez. They are joined by seniors and returning lettermen Gabe Andis, Jacob Read More…

Aug 282012
 

Chalcedony Lodge No. 6, F&AM, will host its annual barbecue on Monday, Sept. 3, at the Jeffers’ Ranch just north of Holbrook. The menu is deep-pit slow roasted beef with beans, slaw, fresh sweet corn and homemade desserts. Good weather has been promised, but if it rains, there is plenty of room for everyone in Read More…

Aug 282012
 
Marijuana Battles Continue In Court And On The Streets

By Linda Kor The battle continues over Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Act (AMMA) as state and county prosecutors ask a court to rule that the voter-approved law be proclaimed illegal on the grounds that it violates federal drug laws. The voter-approved law allows for people to be provided marijuana for medicinal purposes if prescribed by a Read More…

Aug 282012
 
Donald L. Smith

Donald L. Smith, 69, of Tampa, Fla., passed away on Sunday, Aug. 19, 2012. Funeral services were held Aug. 23 at Calvary Community Church in Tampa. He was born on Aug. 12, 1943, in Meridian, Miss., to Elton and Louise Smith. He served in the United States Army in Korea, spent several years in Holbrook Read More…

Aug 282012
 

By Linda Kor The Navajo County Community College District Governing Board gave its support to the regional bus service Aug. 21. In a resolution supporting the White Mountain Connection, the college agrees to pay a dis-trict contribution of $5,916 for the first year, with the two one-year automatic renewals. The dollar amount represents 10 percent Read More…

Aug 272012
 

By Nick Worth In their Aug. 15 meeting, members of the Holbrook City Council set aside Saturday, Sept. 8, as the second annual cleanup day to prepare the city for the Navajo County Fair, which opens Wednesday, Sept. 12, and runs through Sunday, Sept. 16. Mayor Jeff Hill said the city usually sees a large Read More…

Aug 262012
 

By Linda Kor In a work session held on Tuesday, the Joseph City School District Governing Board gave consideration to a proposed contract presented by Midstate Energy. The company originally presented an energy saving performance proposal to the board in October of last year, showing how it could optimize Joseph City’s school facilities and lower Read More…

Aug 242012
 

By Linda Kor Coal burning power plants get a reprieve as a federal appeals court overturned a rule imposed by the Envi-ronmental Protection Agency (EPA) that laid out how much air pollution states would have to clean up to avoid violations in downwind states. The decision was handed down on Tuesday as the U.S. Court Read More…

Aug 242012
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow Junior High School football and softball teams opened the new season this week. The seventh grade teams will play St. Johns at Winslow on Wednesday, Aug. 29. The eighth grade teams will play Show Low at Show Low on Thursday, Aug. 30. The seventh grade teams will play Round Valley Read More…

Aug 242012
 
Danette Partridge

Danette Mills Partridge, 64, passed away on Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012, at her home in Socorro, N.M., fol-lowing a brave and valiant battle with cancer. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 25, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1112 El Camino Real in Socorro, where visitation will Read More…

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