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Nov 292013
 

By Nick Worth Although there has been a slowdown in street and road paving work in the last couple of months, Holbrook city crews have been staying busy with a variety of projects, according to City Finance Director Randy Sullivan. Sullivan said there are two reasons roadwork has slowed down in the city in recent Read More…

Nov 292013
 
Fischer Is Named Baird Scholar

The University of Arizona has selected Brittany Fischer, a senior at Winslow High School, as a Baird Scholar. The Baird Foundation offers four-year scholarships to 10 graduating high school students every year. These students join the other 30 Baird Scholars at the University of Arizona and the Honors College. In addition to the financial award, Read More…

Nov 292013
 
Barrel Racing Season Ends With Awards Ceremony

Photos by Windmill Ranch Photography and Cowboy Photos District finals for the National Barrel Horse Association Arizona District 04 were held Nov. 2 at the Navajo County Fairgrounds in Holbrook. Open 1-D winners for the season included Lisa Johnson in first place, earning a Corriente saddle; Megan Stock, second, custom trophy end table and Corriente Read More…

Nov 272013
 

A Festival of Trees will be held Monday through Saturday, Dec. 2-7, at the Winslow Visitor Center, located at 523 W. Second St. The event features Christmas trees, wreaths and other holiday décor, which will be available for purchase through sealed bid. All proceeds will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Arizona. Bring the Read More…

Nov 272013
 

By Nick Worth Work on the Navajo County Jail expansion project is proceeding on time and within budget, according to Public Works Director and Assistant County Manager Homero Vela. Vela said Phase 1 of the two-phase project wrapped up last Saturday, Nov. 23, with the sealing of the floor in the new kitchen facility. He Read More…

Nov 272013
 

Holbrook High School will sponsor a Financial Aid and Scholarship Information Night for junior and senior students and their parents at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 4, in the school library. Two special guests will be speaking at this year’s event, Melissa Webb from Grand Canyon University and Don “Brad” Call from Northland Pioneer College. Read More…

Nov 272013
 

By Julie Wiessner Students from the Winslow Unified School District who were concentrators in the Northern Arizona Vocational Institute of Technology (NAVIT) classes ranked higher than the statewide average in five of seven measures on the Arizona Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS). Concentrators are students who take at least two to three NAVIT class programs Read More…

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