Oct 312014
 

By Tammy Gray At about a third of the way through the fiscal year sales tax revenues are not meeting expectations, the Navajo County Board of Supervisors learned Tuesday. Finance Director James Menlove told the board that if revenues and expenditures continue on their current track, the county will end the year with a deficit Read More…






Oct 292014
 

By Tammy Gray Wolves are the main killers of cattle in Catron County, N.M., and are setting a record for the number of confirmed kills in 2014. Catron County, which borders eastern Arizona and is included in the Gila National Forest, is the site of the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area. It was one of Read More…






Oct 292014
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Wildcats 52-7 in Chinle last Friday night. The win improved Winslow’s record to 6-3 for the season and improved the Bulldogs’ chance for a favorable playoff berth and even a home game to start the playoffs. Chinle fell to 2-7 for the season. The Wildcats started the Read More…






Oct 292014
 

Holbrook High School’s Fusion will present its fifth annual Veterans Concert at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 6, at the George Gardner Performing Arts Center on the school campus. The community tribute will also feature performances by HHS Movin’, HHS Swing Thing, the Park Performers and students from Stars Studio. Admission is $5 for adults, Read More…






Oct 292014
 

By Greg Perkins With Tuesday’s match at Show Low being the last of the regular season for the Lady Lobos, they figure to be placed into the 16-team state tournament bracket no lower than a six or seven seed with an overall 14-3 record. Snowflake will play in the Division III state tournament at either Read More…






Oct 292014
 

By Greg Perkins Both Snowflake soccer teams have advanced to the state playoffs, with each facing familiar foes in the opening round of the Division IV brackets. The Lobos finished the season ranked 10th in the standings and will travel just north to face No. 7 Holbrook at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30. In Read More…






Oct 292014
 

By Greg Perkins Snowflake’s highly anticipated match-up with Show Low last Friday night turned into another runaway victory for what is a very good Lobo football team. A slow beginning found the Lobos trailing 7-0 at the close of the first quarter, but from that point on they outscored the Cougars 41-14 in the final Read More…






Oct 292014
 

By Greg Perkins Competing at the Holbrook Invitational cross county meet last Friday, the Lobos placed 17th as a team in the 20-team field. Chinle won the boys’ team title, followed by Tuba City and Hopi. Nathaniel Henio of Window Rock won the race with a time of 16:44. Adriano Joe of Piñon was second in Read More…






Oct 292014
 

Rilla Winder of Taylor competed in the Surprise Special Olympics competition held Oct. 17 and 18, winning fourth place in the 4×25 relay, and sixth place in both the 25-meter free style and 25-meter backstroke. Her next competitions will be in field hockey and bowling. Rilla now has too many ribbons to count, and offered Read More…






Oct 292014
 

By Linda Kor A last minute controversy is causing confusion for Navajo Nation voters as votes are already being cast to select a new president, but a recent ruling has made it uncertain who the candidates now are. The controversy began shortly after candidate Chris Deschene won the August primary and two former candidates filed Read More…