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Sep 272013
 

By Greg Perkins Generally by the fifth week of the season, which is the midpoint of the regular campaign for many local teams, coaches, fans and parents begin to get an idea of where they lie in the hierarchy of power as compared to their divisional and sectional foes. Within our area some things haven’t Read More…

Sep 272013
 

By Julie Wiessner Help is now available for Arizona school aged children who experience a severe allergic reaction while at school. A bill signed into law Tuesday by Governor Jan Brewer allows school districts to keep emergency epinephrine auto injectors on hand in each school for such events. Allergic reactions can occur any time, anywhere. Read More…

Sep 272013
 
County Board Puts ‘Teeth’ In Predatory Animal Ordinance

By Nick Worth The Navajo County Board of Supervisors held a public hearing Tuesday regarding an ordinance amending the Article 6-Enforcement section of the 2008 Navajo County Predatory Animal Ordinance to allow “any individual” to kill a predatory animal under certain circumstances. District III Supervisor Sylvia Allen said the amendment was necessary because of “this Read More…

Sep 252013
 

By Sam Conner The Snowflake Lobos topped the Winslow Bulldogs 46-14 in a football game played Friday in Snowflake. The win improved Snowflake’s record to a perfect 3-0 for the season and dropped Winslow’s to 2-2. Winslow was missing four-year starter Henry Montiel, a talented receiver, running back and defensive back. Jace Hardy replaced him Read More…

Sep 252013
 
Stinson Museum Receives Gift Of Family Antiques

By Naomi Hatch “This whole deal, to me, was a miracle,” said Snowflake Heritage Foundation Co-President Arlene Flake of a recent gift of Stinson family memorabilia. She received a call from Keith Flake, who had written a summary of the history of Margaret Melissa Bagely Stinson and James Andrew Stinson. He mentioned that the family Read More…

Sep 252013
 

By Greg Perkins Hosting their own volleyball invitational, the Lady Lobos fought their way into the championship match, but came up just short in the title game, falling to Monument Valley in a tight match. Snowflake rolled through all of its pool play games last Friday, beating Chinle, Round Valley and Window Rock, all 2-0. Read More…

Sep 252013
 

By Greg Perkins The Lady Lobos have moved out to a 4-4 beginning to the soccer season, earning two of those four wins this past week. On Tuesday the Lobos posted a 2-0 victory over Show Low, with Kylee Smith and Macie Rawlins each finding the mark. All total, Snowflake took seven shot attempts in Read More…