Oct 312014
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow City Council spent most of Tuesday evening’s meeting in an evaluation of City Manager Stephen Pauken, who began the evaluation process by speaking at length about his first 10 months in Winslow. He said that he had had an open meeting evaluation before and was pleased with the results of Read More…






Oct 312014
 
Travis Walton Recalls Alien Abduction As Part Of Upcoming Skyfire Summit

By Linda Kor The coming week marks 39 years since the disappearance of area resident Travis Walton was reported by six men who spun a bizarre tale of alien abduction that left law enforcement and many area residents believing that an elaborate hoax had been concocted to disguise a murder. When Walton returned five days Read More…






Oct 312014
 
Jeffrey Pellagatti

   A celebration of the life of Jeffrey James “Jeff” Pellegatti, 1953-2014, will be held on Sunday, Nov. 9, at the Silver Creek Senior Center in Snowflake. A pre-service gathering for family and friends to share in some coffee and memories is planned at 11 a.m., followed by a memorial service at 12 p.m. He Read More…






Oct 312014
 

Robert Ogilvy “Bob” Heming went to be with the Lord on Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014, in Snowflake. He was born at 4 a.m. on Dec. 8, 1931, to Frank Austin Heming and Lilian Margret Heming in Roblin, Manitoba, Canada. Bob grew up in Roblin, and graduated from Roblin High School. He attended Brandon College (now Read More…






Oct 312014
 

By Tammy Gray A grant application for $91,390 to create a designated trail at the city’s Hidden Cove Petroglyph Park was approved by the city council Tuesday evening. Finance Director Randy Sullivan explained that the city must provide a $14,635 match if the grant is awarded, but much of that can be provided through in-kind Read More…






Oct 312014
 

By Greg Perkins The final week of the regular football season is coming to a semi-climactic finish for the three remaining area teams. Holbrook, Winslow and Snowflake are all hosting games tonight (Oct. 31), but Snowflake and Winslow are already locked into the post-season, while the Roadrunners enter tonight’s contest knowing it will be their final Read More…






Oct 312014
 

By Tammy Gray Navajo County Workforce Investment Act (WIA) will now be partnered with Gila County under an agreement approved by the Navajo County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. WIA provides job training and assistance, and works with businesses to help residents find employment. The county is already partnered with Apache County, so the three Read More…