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May 302014
 

Beginning Monday, June 2, the Holbrook Swimming Pool will offer open swim from 1 to 4:45 p.m., Monday through Saturday; night swim, 6 to 8 p.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays, or Monday through Saturday if no swim parties are scheduled; lap swim, 5:30 to 6:30 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m., Monday through Friday; Read More…

May 302014
 

By Tammy Gray The city budget for the upcoming fiscal year has not yet been finalized, but Holbrook City Council members generally agreed to increase funding for the Chamber of Commerce and the Navajo County Historical Society during a meeting on Tuesday. Council members continued their review of the proposed 2014-15 budget, which proposes a Read More…

May 302014
 

Join Holbrook High School’s Blast from the Past as members of the classes of the 1960s and ‘70s host a multi-class reunion Friday through Sunday, July 11 to 13, which will coincide with Holbrook’s Wild West Days. Teachers and students are invited to a huge barbecue scheduled from 3 to 10 p.m. on Friday at Read More…

May 302014
 

Over the Memorial Day holiday weekend, the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office issued 11 citations for violation of the Stage 2 Navajo County Burn Ordinance throughout the county. These citations were issued to individuals who were residents of Navajo County, as well as visitors to the county.  Among those receiving citations were a firefighter and a Read More…

May 302014
 

By Tammy Gray A five-year plan that sets a new course for the local Workforce Investment Act (WIA) program was approved by the Navajo County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. The plan, and a related agreement, creates a partnership between Navajo and Apache counties, and focuses not only on job assistance and training for residents, Read More…

May 282014
 

The Arizona Department of Transportation was slated to begin replacing the existing bridge at Five Mile Draw, located at milepost 366, approximately six miles north of Snowflake, on Tuesday. The current three-span concrete slab bridge will be replaced with a new one span concrete girder bridge. The $3.2 million project, which is expected to be Read More…

May 282014
 

It is anticipated that wood smoke and particulate matter levels from the fires outside Navajo County will continue to periodically affect communities in Navajo County in the foreseeable future, according to officials of the Navajo County Public Health Services District. Shifting winds have been moving the smoke in many directions, and some communities may be Read More…

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