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Apr 242013
 

By Greg Perkins The Roadrunners lost a pair of nailbiters last week, dropping one-run decisions to both St. Johns and Blue Ridge in the penultimate week of the regular season. While a state tournament bid is most likely still in the cards for Holbrook, those two losses will certainly place the Birds into a tougher Read More…

Apr 242013
 

By Linda Kor Winslow City Manager Jim Ferguson announced his resignation April 17, citing family health as his reason for the decision. Ferguson has served as the city’s manager for eight years, intending to remain in the position until at least January 2014. In January of this year, Ferguson retired from the city and became Read More…

Apr 242013
 
Disgen Hopes To Add Solar To Area Wind Farm Project

By Nick Worth Dale Osborn, president and CEO of Disgen Holdings, has been developing wind power projects for quite a while. “I’ve been at this for 25 years,” Osborn said. The former president of U.S. Wind Power started Disgen in 1996. He said the company specializes in Greenfield development. “We’re a family-owned business and we Read More…

Apr 192013
 

Monday, April 22, will be the last day for Winslow residents to register to vote in a special election to be held on May 21. The all mail election will be held to approve or reject a five-year extension of the city’s two percent restaurant and bar tax. Registration forms are available at the Winslow Read More…

Apr 192013
 

By Nick Worth Prospect Global Resources, Inc. announced the successful restructuring of its long-term debt with the Karlsson Group on Tuesday, and company officials noted in a press release that the move advances Prospect Global’s long-term plan to build a potash mine in the Holbrook Basin. As reported in The Tribune-News on April 10, Prospect Read More…

Apr 192013
 
Petrified Forest Doubles As Classroom Full Of Wonders

By Nick Worth Petrified Forest National Park is a treasure trove of history with sites that feature ancient human history, as well as places that speak to a much older time in the history of the Holbrook Basin area. The park also serves as an outdoor classroom as rangers welcome students from area schools on Read More…

Apr 192013
 
Ruby Lee Stingley

Ruby Lee Stingley, 90, a longtime resident of Holbrook, was called home to be with the Lord on Saturday, April 13, 2013. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 20, at St. Johns Missionary Baptist Church, located at 803 Lewis Drive in Holbrook. She was born Oct. 30, 1922, in Brandon, Read More…

Apr 192013
 

The Arizona Department of Transportation has reopened several highways in the White Mountains that are closed each winter after the first snowfall. Highways that have reopened include State Route 261 between Eagar and Big Lake, SR 273 between Sunrise Park and Big Lake, and SR 473 between SR 260 and Hawley Lake.

Apr 192013
 

All Holbrook School District schools will be in session on Monday, April 22. The schedule had April 22 as a day off, but this day conflicts with Arizona Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS) testing week, so the district governing board approved April 22 as a day in session. The make up day has been moved Read More…

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