Jan 242014
 

By Linda Kor Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Program is in full swing and an annual report unveiled by the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) shows that last year there were 422,495 transactions resulting in a sale 2.7 tons of marijuana. The data, which covers January to December 2013, also details the number of applicants, active Read More…






Jan 242014
 

By Tammy Gray When Holbrook schools resumed classes after the winter break, staff and administrators met to set goals for the coming calendar year and to review accomplishments from the past year. One of the top priorities for the coming year is making a smooth transition to the new Common Core teaching standards. That transition Read More…






Jan 242014
 

Yuma High School won the Joseph City Invitational wrestling tournament held last weekend, racking up 639 points. Flagstaff was second with 611 points, followed by Kingman with 530; Pinnacle, 415; Lee Williams, 310; Bourgade, 303; Extra (a team made up of extras from other teams), 294; Hopi, 273½; Joseph City, 271; Many Farms, 225; Red Read More…






Jan 242014
 

By Greg Perkins The Lady Wildcats of Joseph City picked up three more wins last week, pushing their overall mark to 13-3 with victories over Mogollon, Hayden and El Capitan. Joseph City traveled to Heber on Tuesday and came home with a 50-42 win over a determined Mogollon Lady Mustang team. The Cats led by Read More…






Jan 242014
 

By Greg Perkins The Joseph City Wildcats dropped two of three games played last week, although one of the two losses was a nailbiter that came down to the wire. Facing rival Mogollon last Tuesday the Wildcats played well in the first half and trailed by just five points at the break. That deficit grew Read More…






Jan 242014
 

The Navajo County Historical Society Board of Directors accepted six letters of interest Jan. 17 from residents interested in serving three-year terms on the board. Seated on the board during the regular meeting were Mary Bragg, Darlene Brinkerhoff, William Fee, Tammy Gray, Richard Peterson and D.V. Stuart. With board members Matthew Barger, Betty Heward, Nicole Read More…






Jan 242014
 

By Greg Perkins Hosting Show Low and Chino Valley in a three-team multiple on Tuesday evening, Holbrook’s wrestlers won both matches, defeating Show Low in a close match 42-36 and taking down Chino Valley a little easier with a 46-29 victory. Individually for the Roadrunners, Theron Johns, James Ramirez, Levi McClellan, Kevin Self, Shem Bowman, Read More…






Jan 242014
 

By Linda Kor The Hashknife Posse is gearing up for its 56th annual Pony Express ride and has a host of events planned. Posse members will be visiting area schools on Monday, Jan. 27, starting with Joseph City Elementary School at 9 a.m., Holbrook Headstart at 10:15 a.m., Rainbow Accommodation School at 11:30 a.m. and Read More…