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Jul 192013
 
Bucket Of Blood Races Bring Out 140 Athletes

By Linda Kor The Bucket of Blood Races, held July 13 as part of Holbrook’s Wild West Days, drew a total of 59 runners in the half-marathon, 35 runners in the 10K race and 28 competitors in the bike race. Overall winners included Brian Sedlock and Heidi Erpelding for the half-marathon, Justin Richards and Maxine Read More…

Jul 192013
 

Shasta & Co. Rodeo Events held a barrel racing competition on July 12 at the Navajo County Fairgrounds during Holbrook’s Wild West Days celebration. Results for Open Barrels follow. In 1-D competition, Lisa Johnson, riding Cutie, won with a time of 18.277, earning $122.88; followed by Megan Stock on Scar in 18.568, earning $92.16; Linda Read More…

Jul 192013
 
Ace In The Hole Barbecue Competition Draws Top Teams From Across Country

By Linda Kor This year’s Ace In the Hole Barbecue Competition brought together 27 teams from around the country to compete in four categories, including chicken, ribs, pork and brisket. The top three winners in each of the categories included overall winners Smokey D’s BBQ, first place; The Smoking Hills, second place; and Little Miss Read More…

Jul 172013
 

By Naomi Hatch The Town of Taylor will pay Hancock Cattle Company, LLC, $40,100 for losses reportedly related to runoff from the wastewater treatment plant under an agreement approved during in a special meeting of the town council held July 10. After more than four hours of discussion and three executive sessions to receive legal Read More…

Jul 172013
 
The World Beckons Tabitha Stickel

By Julie Wiessner Twenty-seven-year-old Tabitha Stickel has visited the Great Wall and Xi’An, China, where the terra cotta warriors are found, Machu Picchu, Peru, Austria, Prague, capital of the Czech Republic, the Redwoods of northern California, Chaco Canyon, N.M., Big Ben and the Tower of London in England, and is planning her next trip to Read More…

Jul 172013
 

By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Unified School District Governing Board approved the district’s entire revised policy manual July 11 after it had been reviewed by Superintendent Hollis Merrell to make sure all changes previously approved were made. The second reading of policy changes recommended by the Arizona School Boards Association was held, and Merrell recommended Read More…

Jul 172013
 
Tina Louise Taylor

Tina Louise Taylor, 48, of Show Low passed away surrounded by her loving family on Saturday, July 13, 2013, in Whiteriver. Memorial services will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, July 18, at the Downtown Chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, located at 300 N. 11th St. in Show Low. Read More…