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Oct 302013
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow High School volleyball team has won three of its last five matches after a slow start in the earlier part of the season. The highlight match of the season was played at Winslow last Thursday when the Lady Bulldogs defeated the Window Rock Lady Scouts three games to one. That Read More…

Oct 302013
 

By Sam Conner Winslow easily defeated the Chinle Wildcats 50-0 in the last home football game for the Bulldogs. The win improved Winslow’s record to 6-3 for the season and dropped Chinle to a 1-8 record, and was their eighth loss in succession. The Bulldogs lost the ball on a pass interception on their first Read More…

Oct 302013
 

The annual Taylor/Shumway Heritage Foundation Fund-Raising Hostess Dinner will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Taylor Stake Center, 309 W. Willow St. This year’s theme, Out to Pasture, But Not Over the Hill, honors those 80 years of age and older for creating the area’s heritage. Everyone in Read More…

Oct 302013
 

By Naomi Hatch “I was recently approached by a member of the public about volunteering and found out that no, you can’t be doing anything in our right-of-way because we can’t be liable,” said Taylor Town Manager Gus Lundberg told the town council Oct. 23. Lundberg explained that while attending the Arizona League of Cities Read More…

Oct 302013
 
Taylor Kennel Ordinance Repealed

By Naomi Hatch The Town of Taylor passed a kennel ordinance in April, but problems with it were brought to light after a lawsuit was filed, Town Manager Gus Lundberg advised the town council Oct. 23. Before the discussion ended, the council voted to repeal the ordinance and work to create a better one. Kennel Read More…

Oct 302013
 

By Naomi Hatch The Taylor General Plan was originally scheduled to be updated by December, and Building Official Allen Davis gave the town council an update on the project Oct. 23. Davis joined the town staff three months ago. He dug in and began working with the Planning and Zoning Committee, and the Planning and Read More…

Oct 302013
 

By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Town Council unanimously approved a motion last week to award a construction contract for the State Route 77 and Flake Road 8-inch water line relocation project with Apache Underground & Excavating, LLC for an amount not to exceed $45,468.60. The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) has initiated a project to Read More…

Oct 302013
 

By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Town Council unanimously approved a motion to recommend to the State Department of Liquor Licenses and Control the approval of a Class 10 liquor license for beer and wine off premise consumption Oct. 22. “Liquor licenses are issued through the state, but in the process of issuing those licenses there Read More…

Oct 302013
 

By Greg Perkins Snowflake has been chasing Safford in the power point rankings for most of the volleyball season and last week finally caught the Lady Bulldogs with wins over Payson and Coconino. The Lady Lobos won at Payson with ease on Tuesday, 3-0, then also shut out Coconino in three games on Thursday, winning Read More…

Oct 302013
 

By Greg Perkins Both Snowflake soccer teams have qualified for the post-season, with the Lobos heading to the state tournament as the fourth seed and the Lady Lobos squeaking in as the eighth and final seed. The boys secured the first round bye as the fourth seed with wins over Northland Prep on Tuesday, 3-0, Read More…