Nov 282014
 

Arizona State Championships Division IV Semifinals No. 4 Snowflake 33, No. 1 Seton Catholic 20. No. 3 River Valley 36, No. 2 Sahuarita 33. Next Up: Championship Game No. 4 Snowflake vs. No. 2 Sahuarita at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 29, at North Canyon High School in Phoenix. Division V Semifinals No. 1 Yuma Read More…






Nov 282014
 

By Linda Kor The 33rd annual Holbrook Festival of Trees will be held from 4 to 9 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, Dec. 4 and 5, and from 12 noon to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6, at the Catholic Family Center, located at 210 E. Arizona St. There will be hot chocolate and cookies Read More…






Nov 262014
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow High School Bulldog and Lady Bulldog basketball teams scrimmaged Tuba City and Northland Preparatory Academy teams last Thursday at Don Petranovich Gymnasium. They played three eight-minute quarters against the Tuba City Warriors and Lady Warriors, and the Northland Prep Spartans and Lady Spartans. The Tuba City and Northland Prep teams Read More…






Nov 262014
 

By Sam Conner Members of the 1964 Winslow High School football team will be honored on the 50th anniversary of their winning the state championship at the 2014 championship game, which will be played at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 29, at North Canyon High School on Union Hills Road in Phoenix. The game will Read More…






Nov 262014
 
Emma Tenney Signs To Play Volleyball At Dixie State

By Naomi Hatch Parents, coaches, Snowflake High School administration, family and teammates were on hand last week to watch Emma Tenney, a senior at SHS, sign for a four-year volleyball scholarship to Dixie State University, St. George, Utah, on Monday, Nov. 17. Emma had expressed concern that coming from a small school she wouldn’t qualify Read More…






Nov 262014
 
Talaina Fisher Thinks Outside The Box With Conceptual Photography

By Samantha Edwards Joseph City High School senior Talaina Fisher has become proficient in the fascinating, mesmerizing art of conceptual photography. With photo editing skills and limitless creativity, Talaina takes pictures and then manipulates them–transforming them into stunning masterpieces. Through years of experimentation, time, effort and practice, she has become incredibly adept at creating seemingly Read More…






Nov 262014
 

The undefeated Sun Valley Indian School varsity volleyball team recently challenged the undefeated Tonto Basin Wranglers in an epic battle for first place in the league. The Wranglers emerged victorious. Communication, or lack thereof, seemed to permeate the team, beginning with the first game of the match. Attacking errors also did not help, wherein the Read More…






Nov 262014
 

The Snowflake/Taylor Recreation and Parks Department conducted registration and tryouts for the 2015 basketball season on Monday and Tuesday. Youth who were unable to try out on those days will have one last chance on Wednesday, Dec. 10, at the Snowflake Junior High School Gym. Third and fourth grade boys and girls will try out Read More…






Nov 262014
 
S/T Soccer Program Draws Nearly 600 Young Athletes

Photos courtesy of the Snowflake/Taylor Recreation and Parks Department There were 40 teams involving some 578 youth in this year’s Snowflake/Taylor Youth Soccer Program. Teams were broken down into four groups: 5 and 6 year olds; 7 and 8 year olds; 9 and 10 year old girls; 9 and 10 year old boys; 11 through Read More…






Nov 262014
 
Outgoing Snowflake Council Members Are Honored

By Naomi Hatch Outgoing members of the Snowflake Town Council Kelly Willis, Jason Whiting and Beverlee Kay were acknowledged at the Nov. 18 council meeting. “It’s been a very enjoyable term. I’ve been very impressed with our city council,” said Kay. “It’s been enjoyable because we get along so well, yet we disagree, but are Read More…