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Mar 272014
 
Antelope Valley Man Is Reported Missing

By Linda Kor An Antelope Valley man who has been missing since March 24 is the subject of a search by area law enforcement officers, and search and rescue teams. Bobby J. Yeats, 66, left his residence on foot wearing jeans, a blue and white plaid long sleeved shirt, and cowboy boots. He is 6’3, Read More…

Mar 262014
 
WHS Speech And Debate Team Takes Home Honors

The Winslow High School speech and debate team ended the 2013-14 competitive speech season by bringing home a runner-up title in Duet Acting at the Arizona Interscholastic Association State Speech Tournament held March 14 and 15 at Shadow Mountain High School in Phoenix. Preston Greenwood and Luke McCauley earned the honor with a comic scene Read More…

Mar 262014
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow Lady Bulldogs won the Gracie Haught Invitational Tournament held in Payson last weekend with five wins on the field and one by forfeit in the championship game when two Willow Canyon players ran together and were injured severely enough that both were taken to the hospital. Winslow was leading 5-4 Read More…

Mar 262014
 

By Sam Conner The Bulldogs picked up an easy 13-3 win over the Camp Verde Cowboys last Wednesday in Winslow. The win left the Bulldogs with an 8-3 record for the season. Kuster Kinlecheenie got the win, working three innings and allowing three runs, only one of which was earned, on four hits and no Read More…

Mar 262014
 

Arizona voters who head to the polls in this year’s elections will be required to provide proof of U.S. citizenship before they will be handed a ballot. A federal court ruled on March 19 that the Election Assistance Commission exceeded its authority in denying Arizona the right to enforce its law that requires voters to Read More…

Mar 262014
 
Taylor Continues To Benefit From Volunteers

By Naomi Hatch “Last summer, my wife and I started taking walks in the cemetery and surrounding neighborhoods in Taylor,” Taylor Elementary School Principal Jeremy Hatch told those attending the March 13 Snowflake Unified School District Governing Board meeting. He asked if others had visited the cemetery to see how beautiful the trees and grass Read More…

Mar 262014
 

By Naomi Hatch The Taylor Town Council previously approved extending the election cycle for a year and a half for council members elected in June 2011 to bring the town into compliance with an amended state statute. The change required all city and town elections to coincide with the federal and state election. At that Read More…

Mar 262014
 
S/T Chamber Presents 2013 Awards

By Naomi Hatch Members of the Snowflake-Taylor Chamber of Commerce honored Joe Bjornn of State Farm Insurance and Anna Brubaker of Silver Creek Mortuary as the 2013 Business Man and Woman of the Year at the annual Awards Banquet held March 19. Large Business of the Year went to National Bank of Arizona, Medium Business Read More…

Mar 262014
 

By Greg Perkins Competing at the very large Chandler Invitational meet last Friday the Snowflake Lobos were just one of a field of 105 teams from all Arizona divisions, as well as from California, Colorado, Nevada and New Mexico. The Lobos fare well in most local invitationals, but competing against so many larger schools they Read More…

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