Jan 282015
 

By Naomi Hatch “In spite of perception, there has never been a proposal to the governing board to close the Silver Creek Campus,” Northland Pioneer College President Dr. Jeanne Swarthout advised a group of citizens attending a Jan. 21 meeting at the campus. Swarthout answered questions and heard comments about reinventing the Silver Creek Campus, Read More…






Jan 282015
 

By Greg Perkins The Lady Wildcats of Joseph City head into the final two weeks of the regular season still on the cusp of reaching the state tournament by finishing the season ranked in the top 24 in the Division IV standings, which is where they were heading into this week’s action after losing two Read More…






Jan 282015
 

By Greg Perkins The Joseph City Wildcats went 2-1 in action last week with wins over Cibecue and Superior offset by a loss to Fort Thomas. Hosting Cibecue on Tuesday Joseph City played well, cruising to a 68-35 home court win over the opposing Wildcats. Friday’s game at Superior resulted in another win for the Read More…






Jan 282015
 

By Greg Perkins The Holbrook wrestlers found the going tough at the Show Low Multiple last Wednesday, coming home with an 0-3 team record. The Roadrunners fell to Snowflake, 49-29, Show Low, 55-24, and Chino Valley, 48-34. Despite the team going 0-3, individually the Roadrunners had some success, led by Theron Johns, who defeated all three Read More…






Jan 282015
 

The Lady Roadrunners picked up wins over Show Low and Chinle over the weekend, extending their season mark to 18-6. Friday’s game at Show Low was decided fairly quickly, thanks to a quick start from Cheyenne Lester, who drilled four three-point shots in the first period to pace Holbrook to a 15-5 first period lead. Read More…






Jan 282015
 

By Greg Perkins The Holbrook boys drew a split in last weekend’s games, winning at Show Low on Friday, then falling at home to Chinle on Saturday. Friday night’s game against the Cougars saw the Roadrunners start slowly, with field goals from Marlin Martin and Marcel Young giving them just four points in the first Read More…






Jan 282015
 
Hashknife Posse Leaves On Pony Express Ride Today

By Linda Kor Members of the Navajo County Sheriff’s Hashknife Posse are slated to leave this morning (Jan. 28) on the 57th Pony Express Ride from Holbrook to Scottsdale carrying the U.S. Mail. Each year the posse leaves Holbrook with bags of official U.S. Mail under the longest continuously sanctioned pony express mail contract held Read More…






Jan 282015
 
More Events Are Planned To Draw Tourism To Holbrook

By Tammy Gray Events to promote tourism were a success in 2014, Holbrook Community Development Director Kathleen Smith reports. In addition to hosting several tour groups, the City of Holbrook held events throughout the year, including the inaugural Route 66 Festival. “It was a big success,” Smith noted. “People came in from all over the Read More…






Jan 232015
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs defeated their Mingus counterparts Monday night at Cottonwood. The Lady Bulldogs got an easy 57-29 win in the first varsity game of the night. The Bulldogs had a tougher battle and had to come from nine points behind to post a 66-51 victory. The Lady Bulldogs Read More…