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Oct 302013
 

By Greg Perkins Snowflake stayed close to powerful Show Low through the first half last Friday night, but in the second half they were outscored 19-7 by the Cougars in a 40-22 home field loss. The Lobos and the Cougars are definitely two of the best four football teams in the state and may well Read More…

Oct 302013
 

Gary Lee Hill, 44, passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013, in Winslow. A prayer service will be held for him was held Oct. 28 at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Winslow, followed by interment at Desert View Cemetery. He was born Aug. 28, 1969, in Ganado. Survivors include his wife, Andreana Yazzie; two sons, Read More…

Oct 302013
 

Anna Hatton passed away on Friday, Oct. 25, 2013, at The Open Door Rest Home in Payson under the loving care of Kim Miles. A graveside service will be held at 11 o’clock this morning (Oct. 30) at Desert View Cemetery in Winslow. Anna Belle (Bright) Hatton was born Aug. 4, 1923, in Vernon, Texas, Read More…

Oct 302013
 
LaVelle Gibbons Whiting DeSpain

LaVelle Gibbons Whiting DeSpain, 92, returned home to Heavenly Father on Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013, peacefully in her sleep with loved ones surrounding her bedside in Mesa. The public viewing will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 1, at Burnham Funeral Home in St Johns. Family viewing will be from 1:15 Read More…

Oct 302013
 

Holbrook area rancher Bill Jeffers has been selected as treasurer of the Northern Arizona Healthcare Board of Directors for 2013-14. Members of the board are all volunteers who also serve on either the Flagstaff Medical Center Board of Directors or the Verde Valley Medical Center Board of Directors. Jeffers serves on the FMC Board. NAH Read More…

Oct 302013
 

By Greg Perkins Catching up with the Lady Wildcats as their regular volleyball season draws to a close finds them in position to qualify for the state tournament after a slow start under first year coach Sheri Brennan. The Joseph City squad went just 2-4 in its first six power point matches, but has since Read More…

Oct 302013
 

By Julie Wiessner On Tuesday, Nov. 5, voters will be asked to extend the current 10 percent Maintenance and Operations Budget override for the Holbrook Unified School District for another five years. Override funding allows two things for the district, according to its officials. The district is able to offer a full range of academic Read More…

Oct 302013
 

By Greg Perkins The Holbrook volleyball squad fell to highly ranked Tuba City last Thursday, but bounced back to sweep both matches of a home doubleheader with Page last Saturday afternoon. The road loss to the Lady Warriors saw the Lady Roadrunners struggle in the first game, losing it 25-12, but they played well in Read More…

Oct 302013
 

By Greg Perkins The season has come to a conclusion for both Holbrook soccer squads. The Lady Roadrunners failed to win a match this year under first year coach Beth Baloo, finishing with an 0-11 mark. With a new coach, building takes time, especially for a program which has struggled mightily for some time. With Read More…

Oct 302013
 

By Greg Perkins Playing their final home football game of the year last Friday night, the Holbrook Roadrunners were overpowered by the visiting Round Valley Elks. The Birds played well through most of the first period, giving up just a safety, but by the end of the night they found themselves on the wrong side Read More…

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