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Nov 302012
 

By Sam Conner Members of the Winslow City Council met on Tuesday in a brief meeting during which they approved a Brown-fields agreement. The Brownfields Assessment Coalition intergovernmental agreement is between the cities of Winslow and Flagstaff. Carl Eberhart from Flagstaff spoke, noting that Winslow, Holbrook, and Navajo and Coconino counties benefit from the grant, Read More…

Nov 302012
 
Old Cemetery Now Marked By Crosses Of Lorraine Sculpture

By Julie Wiessner The Winslow Indian Sanatorium Cemetery (WISC) until recently was the unmarked final resting place of at least 540 individuals. Gayle Sadler noted, “The Double Crosses of Lorraine were finally erected to mark the site where very sick, very poor people, two-thirds of which were either children or babies, died at first of Read More…

Nov 302012
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow Bulldogs will participate in the Pepsi Invitational Tournament scheduled Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 6-8, in Flagstaff. The Bulldogs will play their first game at 7 p.m. on Thursday against Santa Rita at the dome. Winslow will play today (Nov. 30) against the winner or loser of Thursday’s game between Dysart Read More…

Nov 302012
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Hopi Bruins 74-36 in a game played at Winslow on Tuesday. The win was Winslow’s second in as many outings. The Bulldogs built a 20-9 lead by the end of the first quarter and were up 36-22 at the intermission. The lead was a commanding 58-34 going Read More…

Nov 302012
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow Bulldogs are hosting the Tate’s Auto Group Shootout Tournament, which began on Thursday and continues through Saturday, Dec. 1. There were four pool play games scheduled on Thursday in the Petranovich Gym, with the Bulldogs playing the Tuba City Warriors in Thursday’s final game at 8 p.m. Other first pool Read More…

Nov 302012
 

By Greg Perkins Ball control and an impressive balanced scoring attack were the Lady Wildcats’ strong points in their sea-son opening 65-30 home court win over St. Johns Tuesday night. Joseph City comes into this season as the state runner-up in Division IV and from the looks of this first game performance, the Lady Cats Read More…

Nov 302012
 

By Greg Perkins A low scoring third period put the Joseph City Wildcats into a hole they couldn’t battle all the way out of in Tuesday night’s 63-53 home court loss to St. Johns. The Redskins built a four-point lead through the first period, only to see the Cats trim that margin to just a Read More…

Nov 302012
 

Candidate packets for three seats on the Holbrook City Council are now available at city hall, located at 465 First Ave. Positions up for re-election are now filled by Richard Peterson, Wade Carlisle and Myron Maxwell. Packets must be returned by Dec. 12. The primary election will be held on March 12, 2013. In 2015, Read More…

Nov 302012
 

The Lady Roadrunners of Holbrook moved to 2-0 on Tuesday night with a 61-40 road win over Blue Ridge at Lakeside. The Lady Birds played a solid first half, but struggled to maintain a strong level of play in the second despite the 21-point victory. “They came out in a man defense which surprised us Read More…

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