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Jul 262013
 
Photo by Linda Kor The Historic Navajo County Courthouse in Holbrook has several new signs informing visitors of the museum, visitors center and Navajo County Historical Society housed within the building. Danzel Curtis created both the metal Route 66 sign and another metal sign on the grounds depicting a Hashknife Pony Express rider while enrolled in a welding course offered at Northland Pioneer College under the direction of instructor Randy Hoskins. Navajo County Historical Society Interim Director JoLynn Fox (right) offers her thanks to volunteers Vic Bork (left) and Buddy Dupee (second from right), who installed the signs.

Photo by Linda Kor
The Historic Navajo County Courthouse in Holbrook has several new signs informing visitors of the museum, visitors center and Navajo County Historical Society housed within the building. Danzel Curtis created both the metal Route 66 sign and another metal sign on the grounds depicting a Hashknife Pony Express rider while enrolled in a welding course offered at Northland Pioneer College under the direction of instructor Randy Hoskins. Navajo County Historical Society Interim Director JoLynn Fox (right) offers her thanks to volunteers Vic Bork (left) and Buddy Dupee (second from right), who installed the signs.

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