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Jan 292014
 
Billy Irwin

Billy Lee Irwin, 73, passed away on Monday, Jan. 20, 2014. A Celebration of Life will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Winslow Elks Lodge Auditorium, with a potluck following. Billy was born in Wasco, Calif., on Oct. 12, 1940, to Sherman Ivett Irwin and Hester Lorene Barker. He resided Read More…

Jan 292014
 
Joseph City Schools’ Enrollment Is Down

By Tammy Gray Enrollment in the Joseph City School District is down compared to last year, the district governing board learned during a meeting on Jan. 21. Business Manager Steve Mills advised the board that enrollment on the 100th day of school last year was 456 and this year it was 424, a decrease of Read More…

Jan 292014
 

By Greg Perkins The Lady Wildcats have quietly put together a seven-game winning streak and haven’t dropped a game since the calendar turned to January. Three wins last week are included in that stretch, including victories over Cibecue, Superior and Ft. Thomas. Playing in Cibecue is always a tough task, but the Joseph City squad Read More…

Jan 292014
 

By Greg Perkins The Wildcats picked up wins over Cibecue and Superior, then fell to Ft. Thomas in games played last week. Playing at Cibecue on Tuesday, Joseph City built a double-digit lead in the first quarter and kept that edge through the rest of the game to win 71-55. Daniel Hutchens, Wyatt Johnson, and Read More…

Jan 292014
 

By Greg Perkins Wrestling in a four-team multiple Jan. 22 in St. Johns, the Roadrunners defeated Round Valley, 45-30; Santa Cruz, 84-0; Fountain Hills, 57-21; and the host squad, 39-33. In the St. Johns dual both squads won seven of the 14 matches, but Holbrook earned more points by virtue of pins to get the Read More…

Jan 292014
 

The Lady Roadrunners picked up wins over Blue Ridge and Show Low on Wednesday and Friday in home games last week, then dropped their first game of the new year at Chinle on Saturday. Wednesday’s home game against the Blue Ridge Lady Yellowjackets saw Holbrook start slowly with only nine first period points. In the Read More…

Jan 292014
 

By Greg Perkins The Roadrunners moved their winning streak to four games with big home court wins over Blue Ridge last Wednesday and Show Low on Friday. Saturday’s road trip to Chinle brought an end to that streak as the Birds played well, but fell to the highly ranked Wildcats. Holbrook played solid defense through Read More…

Jan 292014
 
Hashknife Posse Carries On Families’ Traditions

By Linda Kor As members of the Hashknife Posse head out on the 56th Pony Express Ride they take with them U.S. mail stamped with their special cache, as well as something else of great value, a long tradition of devotion to a Western way of life. To the men who make up the Hashknife Read More…

Jan 292014
 
Groundhog Breakfast Awaits Residents Saturday

By Naomi Hatch The annual Snowflake Groundhog Breakfast will be held from 5 to 8 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 1, at the Snowflake High School cafeteria. The event is hosted by the town, with members of the town council serving the free breakfast of ground hog (sausage) cooked by the Snowflake Fire Department, biscuits cooked Read More…

Jan 292014
 

Eighty-four nominations from 27 Arizona communities were submitted in six categories for the 33rd annual Governor’s Arts Awards for individuals and businesses who have made substantial and outstanding contributions to arts and culture statewide. Included in that number is Derrick Suwaima Davis of Hotevilla, who was nominated for the Artist Award. Honorees will be selected Read More…

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