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Sep 252013
 

By Greg Perkins After taking down the defending state champs the previous week at Seton Catholic, the Lobos were hoping to avoid a letdown when they hosted Winslow last Friday. That appeared to be a possibility after Winslow scored first on a James Martinez short touchdown run midway through the first period to take a Read More…

Sep 252013
 

By Greg Perkins Catching up with the Lobos finds them sitting at 5-3 through the first eight games of the soccer season, which includes a 3-1 performance at the Show Low tournament. Snowflake has wins over Show Low, Northland Prep, Round Valley and Payson twice. The losses have come against Faith Lutheran, Blue Ridge and Read More…

Sep 252013
 

By Nick Worth Prospect Global Resources, Inc. (PGR), parent company of American West Potash, announced last Thursday it has received a letter of intent from Sichuan Chemical Industry Holding Co., Ltd. (SCIHC) indicating the chemical company is interested in investing up to $20 million in Prospect to further the development of the company’s Holbrook Project. Read More…

Sep 252013
 
A.D. ‘Choke’ Stuart

A.D. “Choke” Stuart, 84, passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013, surrounded by his family after a battle with cancer. Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Holbrook LDS Stake Center. Ardath was born March 7, 1929, to Edna DeSpain and Charles David Stuart in Concho. In his younger Read More…

Sep 252013
 
Beatrice Jarvis

Beatrice Elizabeth Jarvis, 99, peacefully died on Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013. Funeral services were held Sept. 14 at the Show Low Downtown Chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. 

Beatrice was born July 22, 1914, at her grandparents’ home in Show Low, the eldest child of John R. Young and Mary Louise Read More…

Sep 252013
 
Ruby Jackson

Ruby Lee Jackson, 84, better known as Ms. Ruby, went home to glory on Monday, Sept. 16, 2013. The funeral service and celebration of her life were held Sept. 23 at Zion Baptist Church in Winslow. She was a resident of Winslow for 64 years. Greer’s Mortuary of Winslow was in charge of the arrangements.

Sep 252013
 

By Linda Kor It was a neck and neck race, but the Joseph City VOCE choir came out ahead to win an opportunity to sing with the rock group Foreigner when they perform Oct. 5 at the Cliff Castle Casino in Camp Verde. The group competed against the Flagstaff High School Choraliers in a video Read More…

Sep 252013
 
Winslow Is A ‘Dream Come True’

By Linda Kor In what was likely a once in a lifetime opportunity, the legendary Jackson Browne performed Saturday night at La Posada in Winslow along with an eclectic mix of artists and performers as part of the Station To Station nomadic experience. Browne stood before an audience of approximately 200 performing his latest songs, Read More…

Sep 252013
 

By Greg Perkins The Lady Roadrunners closed out a busy week by going 3-3 in volleyball matches played at the Snowflake Invitational meet over the weekend. Prior to that tournament, Holbrook played a match with much more importance at Ganado on Thursday. With power points in the balance the Roadrunners improved to 3-1 in such Read More…

Sep 252013
 

By Greg Perkins As expected Holbrook proved to the Scouts that their 3-0 mark, despite some gaudy offensive numbers, really wasn’t that impressive as the Roadrunners evened their season mark at 2-2 with a 44-6 romp over Window Rock on homecoming night. Six plays into the game it looked like it could be a shoot Read More…

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