Mar 262014
 

By Greg Perkins The Lady Roadrunners fought their way into the consolation championship game at the 20-team Gracie Haught Tournament held over the weekend in Payson. In that game they came up short, falling to Snowflake 8-4 in a game called in the sixth inning due to an injury to one of Holbrook’s players. Competing Read More…






Mar 262014
 

By Greg Perkins The Roadrunners got back into the win column last Friday afternoon with an impressive 11-1, five-inning road victory at Window Rock. The Holbrook squad started slowly with just a single run in the first, but then unleashed the bats, scoring five second-inning runs and four more in the third to take a Read More…






Mar 262014
 
Art Show Displays Community Creativity

Photos by Linda Kor The Holbrook Head Start Art Show held March 19 featured artwork by students, teachers, as well as artwork and performances by local artists. The event was held in the Hulet Elementary School gym and hosted by the Holbrook Regional Arts Alliance.






Mar 262014
 

By Nick Worth Continuing vandalism at Holbrook’s Hidden Cove Golf Course has caused some changes in the way the course is taken care of, according to City Manager Ray Alley. “We lost another golf cart last night,” Alley said. “Somebody ran over a garbage can and a ball washer, and damaged the cart. I don’t Read More…






Mar 262014
 
Miss Navajo County Pageant Contestant Meetings Planned

The Miss Navajo County Scholarship Pageant is actively seeking contestants for Miss Navajo County 2015. Four special meetings featuring faculty members from Northland Pioneer College, along with the executive and assistant directors of the Miss Navajo County Scholarship Pageant, will be held to recruit and inform contestants regarding the upcoming scholarship pageant and the opportunity Read More…






Mar 262014
 

By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake-Taylor Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is looking for volunteers. Snowflake Fire Chief Pat Hancock and Taylor Fire Chief Clint Burden made a presentation at the March 13 meeting Community Values Committee (CVC), and expressed interest in having a representative from each church in the community, as well as the school Read More…






Mar 212014
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow Lady Bulldogs defeated the Hopi Lady Bruins 33-1 in a softball game Tuesday at Winslow. The win was Winslow’s eighth without a loss. Winslow scored 21 runs in the first inning and was never threatened in the easy victory, which was shortened by the mercy rule. Richelyn Villanueva got the Read More…






Mar 212014
 

By Sam Conner The Bulldogs got an easy 17-0 win over the Hopi Bruins Tuesday afternoon in Winslow after suffering their third loss of the season on Saturday to the Eagles 8-7 at Flagstaff. The split left the Bulldogs with a 7-3 record for the season. The Bulldogs took a 4-0 lead over Flagstaff in Read More…






Mar 212014
 

By Tammy Gray Ongoing cuts to transportation funds have left Arizona in such a bind that by 2025 free-flow traffic will be a distant memory on many highways unless new funds become available, according to a report recently unveiled by the National Association of Counties (NACo). “Free-flow travel conditions will be diminishing statewide,” the report Read More…






Mar 212014
 

Sun Valley Indian School hosted its inaugural Native Showcase basketball tournament Feb. 25. Joining SVIS in the tourney were Wide Ruins and two Pine Springs teams. SVIS challenged Pine Springs No. 1 in the first game, and came out on top. The second game featured Wide Ruins and Pine Springs No. 2. The game was Read More…