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May 142014
 

In loving memory, Ralph Herschel Cake, 61, passed away on May 7, 2014, in Winslow, Ariz. Ralph was born Jan. 28, 1953, in Nashville, Tenn. He served his country proudly for 20 years (1973-1993) in the US Air Force. He retired to his home town of Winslow to work for the family business where he Read More…

May 142014
 

Graveside service for John Begay, 79, were held May 13, 2014, at Indian Wells Cemetery. He was born July 11, 1934, in Winslow and entered into rest May 8, 2014, in Phoenix. John grew up in Dilkon, but lived most of his life in Low Mountain. He is survived by his spouse, Marie Begay, son Read More…

May 142014
 

By Greg Perkins Joseph City High School athletes did well at the Division IV State Track Meet with Katelyn Pugh coming home the state champion in the discus event with a throw of 110-00. Madison Fields placed 3rd in the shot put with a toss of 33-05.   Koby Smith and Aaron Johnstun also finished in Read More…

May 142014
 

By Greg Perkins Holbrook had nine athletes qualify for and compete at the Division III state track meet held over the weekend.  Darian Hollins paced the group with the highest finish placed 4th in the long jump with a distance of 17-00. Terrilyn Lester finished 12th in the discus with a throw of 90-00.  Shandie Demuth Read More…

May 142014
 

By Linda Kor The Winslow School Board met on May 7 to address several changes in staffing positions and increases to the fees for community use of school facilities. Superintendent Doug Watson informed the board that when individuals use the school’s facilities, it often causes a lot of extra work and incurs additional expenses. The Read More…

May 142014
 
City Crews Prepare For Summer Facility Use

By Tammy Gray Just in time for the summer season, City of Holbrook crews are resurfacing the tennis courts at Hunt Park. The old chipped and flaking surfaces are receiving a new layer of concrete, which will be poured in several stages. Crews began pouring the first section on Monday morning. The first court, located Read More…

May 142014
 
Marlin Gillespie Recalls Values He Was Taught Through Service

By Tammy Gray Marlin Gillespie is well known for his volunteer work in the community, but few people may know that an early childhood experience set him on a path of giving back what he once received. He moved to Holbrook nearly 75 years ago, in 1939, with his parents and brothers and sisters. Marlin Read More…

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