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Aug 212013
 

By Naomi Hatch After being advised last week that the Arizona School Facilities Board (SFB) has agreed to provide more money for roofing projects at Snowflake High School, the Snowflake Unified School District Governing Board approved going to bid for the work. On March 6, the SFB awarded the district $7,932 in Building Renewal Grant Read More…

Aug 212013
 

By Naomi Hatch Loretta Whitlow was appointed to the Silver Creek Senior Citizens Center by the Snowflake Town Council on Aug. 13, filling a vacancy created by the recent resignation of Delam Brewer, who served on the board for eight years. Councilman Tom Poscharsky nominated Whitlow, stating, “I think she’d do a great job. Her Read More…

Aug 212013
 

By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Town Council approved the purchase of a used 1998 Vac-Con V truck and a basic remote control camera system to clean out the town’s sewer lines last week. Public Works Superintendent Terry Cooper explained that the town’s wastewater collection system has a gravity sewer line of over 34 miles with Read More…

Aug 212013
 

By Naomi Hatch David Flake, a member of the Snowflake Academy Foundation who has written a book about the stake academy, spoke to the Snowflake Town Council during the call to the public last week. “I hope you avail yourself of it and read it,” said Flake of his book. “I appreciate the heritage this Read More…

Aug 212013
 

By Greg Perkins The Lady Lobos of Snowflake High are gearing up for another volleyball season, hoping to improve on last year’s 15-15 regular season record, which included a first round loss to Monument Valley in the state tournament. Head Coach Alan Ramage has a veteran roster at this point in the season made up Read More…

Aug 212013
 

By Greg Perkins With only six returning players with varsity experience and one of the toughest Division IV schedules, the Snowflake Lobos will need to gel quickly when their season gets underway on Friday, Aug. 30. The Lobos have approximately 85 players competing for a spot on either the freshman, junior varsity or varsity level. Read More…

Aug 212013
 
Silver Creek Performing Arts Season Kickoff Held By Guild

By Naomi Hatch The annual Silver Creek Performing Arts Association (SCPAA) Guild luncheon was held Aug. 13 to kick off the new season. A report was given on each vice president and they asked for volunteers for the coming year. If you are interested in volunteering you can contact Guild President Terry Reed. Envelopes were Read More…

Aug 212013
 

By Nick Worth The summer is winding down and students are back in school after two months of vacation. Teachers and administrators are getting back into the swing of full schedules and the demands of their jobs, but activity in the Navajo County Superintendent of Schools office didn’t undergo a drastic change with the start Read More…

Aug 212013
 

By Linda Kor Holbrook police officers apprehended a Holbrook man suspected of involvement in a stabbing incident that occurred on Thursday. At approximately 2:13 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 15, Officers Tony Sutton and Sean Tyler responded to the 300 block of West Erie Street after receiving a call of a reported stabbing. The officers discovered Read More…

Aug 212013
 
David Weatherford

David Glen Weatherford passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2013, at his home. Funeral services were held Aug. 20 at the Taylor Stake Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was born Sept. 6, 1950, to James and Tennie Weatherford. He and his mother moved to the White Mountains of Read More…