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Apr 302014
 

By Greg Perkins Despite winning all three games played last week, improving their record in power point games to 10-6, the Joseph City Wildcats will still miss out on the baseball playoffs. Last Wednesday Joseph City hosted Rock Point in a doubleheader. The Wildcats took the first game 19-1 and won the second in similar Read More…

Apr 302014
 

By Nick Worth Anyone who has traveled Interstate 40 between Holbrook and Winslow has seen the signs for the Jackrabbit Trading Post. A stop at the store is a step back into the days of old Route 66. Tony and Cindy Jaquez are the proud owners of the Jackrabbit. The business has been in Cindy’s Read More…

Apr 302014
 

By Greg Perkins The Holbrook girls finished in 10th place and the boys in 11th at the 25- team Winslow Invitational track and field meet held last Friday. Blue Ridge took the girls’ title with 134 points, followed by Snowflake with 93 and Show Low with 74.5. Holbrook scored 27 team points. Poston Butte took Read More…

Apr 302014
 

By Greg Perkins Despite dropping the only game they played last week to Snowflake, the Lady Roadrunners will be headed to the post-season when the state tournament begins this weekend. Coming into the final week of the regular season, Holbrook was ranked 15th in the power point standings with a 7-9 record. After hosting Alchesay Read More…

Apr 302014
 

By Greg Perkins Holbrook placed sixth at the six-team golf match played at the White Mountain Country Club last Tuesday. Payson took first place in the team scores with 155 strokes. Snowflake was second with 158, followed by Show Low with 159, Blue Ridge with 161, Northland Prep with 167 and Holbrook with 170. Blue Read More…

Apr 302014
 

By Greg Perkins The Holbrook Roadrunners suffered an 8-3 road loss to the Lobos last Thursday in Snowflake. The Lobos took the lead with two runs in the second, then added two more in the third and doubled up their score with four in the fourth, building an 8-0 lead. The Roadrunners tried to rally Read More…

Apr 302014
 

By Linda Kor As the Roman Catholic Diocese of Gallup, N.M., goes through the process of filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, notification has been provided regarding the time restraints for those individuals who want to file a claim related to abuse by those working for the diocese. The notification states that individuals must file a Read More…

Apr 302014
 

The Last Man Standing dodgeball tournament will be held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 7, at Tiis Yaa Kin Residential Hall adjacent to Holbrook High School. The tourney will be hosted by the freshman class. The team fee is $60, and the sign in time is 5:30 p.m. on May 7. Admission is $2 Read More…

Apr 302014
 
Patton Bids Farewell To City Post

By Linda Kor Last Friday, Winslow residents and co-workers gathered at a retirement party at the city offices to say their goodbyes to City Attorney Dale Patton as he retired after 25 years of service with the city. Although Patton admits that he’ll miss the people of Winslow, he and his wife Carol have plans Read More…

Apr 302014
 

By Tammy Gray The gap between revenues and expenditures continues to increase in a positive way for Navajo County, as estimated income will exceed planned purchases by more than $850,000 by the end of the year, if current trends continue. Finance Director James Menlove explained that although the funds appear as a surplus in the Read More…

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