May 282015
 
Holbrook Council Continues  Review Of Tentative Budget

By Linda Kor The City of Holbrook seated three new council members Tuesday evening after they were sworn in by Judge Evelyn Marez. Tim Dixon, Francie Payne and CJ Wischmann took their seats, replacing outgoing councilmen Phil Cobb, Charles Haussman and Bobbie Tyler. While Tyler vacated his council seat, he is now the mayor, taking Read More…






May 282015
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow High School volleyball team has co-coaches after the Winslow Unified School District Governing Board hired Liz McLaws and Renell Heister for those positions May 20. Athletic Director Justin Hartman said by e-mail, “Both of these tremendous coaches have led multiple teams to the state championship game, and will bring their Read More…






May 282015
 

  By Sam Conner The Winslow City Council held a public hearing on the tentative 2015-16 fiscal year budget Tuesday evening, but drew no comments from the public. A resolution to adopt the $20,718,110 tentative budget was approved. Reports were given by David Coolidge for City Manager Stephen Pauken, who was out of town due Read More…






May 282015
 

  By Tammy Gray Navajo County once again ranked poorly in health outcomes and health factors when compared to other counties throughout the state. According to a report recently unveiled by County Health Rankings and Roadmaps program, Navajo County comes in 12th among the state’s 15 counties for health outcomes and 13th for health factors. Read More…






May 282015
 

       District 1 Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick, a Flagstaff Democrat, announced Tuesday that she will seek her party’s nomination for the U.S. Senate seat now held by John McCain, a Republican. “I love this state, and I’ve worked hard all my life to put Arizona first,” Kirkpatrick said. “From the timber towns of the White Read More…






May 282015
 
Sheriff Can Use Card Readers  To Seize Illegal Drug Funds

By Linda Kor The Navajo County Sheriff’s Office got the go-ahead to lease ERAD-Prepaid debit card readers to use to seize drug money from drug runners and cartels that are using Interstate 40 to transport their illegal drugs. Sheriff KC Clark went before the Navajo County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday to explain the benefits Read More…