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Mar 282014
 

By Sam Conner Winslow City Manager Stephen Pauken advised the city council Tuesday evening that there would be a citywide survey in the next water bill to determine what priorities the citizens want addressed. This would be a way to direct council rather than a strategic planning session. Finance Director Teresa Foy gave the financial Read More…

Mar 282014
 

The Arizona Department of Transportation will begin a project on Monday, March 31, to reconstruct Interstate 40 bridges at Ruby Wash, Maple Street and Transcon Lane in Winslow. The east and westbound bridges at each location, six total, will be improved during the $3.8 million project. Work includes replacing the bridge decks, new asphalt, and Read More…

Mar 282014
 

The Winslow Lady Bulldogs exhibited true sportsmanship in the Gracie Haught Softball Classic last Saturday in Payson. According to an article in The Payson Roundup, the Division 3 Bulldogs led the Division 1 Surprise Willow Canyon Lady Wildcats 5-4 in the bottom of the fifth when two Willow Canyon players, Lacey Colvin and Alexis Encarnacion, Read More…

Mar 282014
 

By Greg Perkins Holbrook’s Lady Roadrunners returned to the win column Tuesday afternoon, coming out on the right side of a 15-6 decision at Chinle. Through the first inning it appeared that the Lady Wildcats would be able to make a game of it as they led 2-1. However, in the third Holbrook began to Read More…

Mar 282014
 

By Greg Perkins The Roadrunners backed up their win over Window Rock last week with a 15-2 victory over Chinle on Tuesday afternoon. Playing in Chinle the Holbrook squad started slowly with just a single run in the first. Following a scoreless second, the Birds started to figure out Wildcat pitching. They scored three in Read More…

Mar 282014
 
New County Fire Ordinance Outlines What Not To Do During Restriction

By Tammy Gray “Prior to the recent moisture we were drier than we were in 2002 just before the Rodeo-Chedeski fire,” Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest Deputy Supervisor Jim Zornes told the Navajo County Board of Supervisors Tuesday. “If there is no more measurable precipitation, we are probably looking at fire restrictions by Memorial Day.” Zornes noted Read More…

Mar 282014
 

By Tammy Gray Navajo County is still looking forward to a surplus at the end of the current fiscal year, despite a drop in sales tax revenues in March, according to Finance Director James Menlove. Menlove told the board of supervisors on Tuesday that revenues received in March, which actually reflect retail sales made in Read More…

Mar 282014
 

Holbrook High School Baseball Booster Club has baseball caps for sale for $30 each. The red hats are sized, and are available in sizes 7 and up. The Booster Club also has cookie dough for sale for $16 a box. Snickerdoodle, peanut butter and oatmeal raisin cookies are available. To make your purchase, contact Cher Read More…

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