Sep 302015
 
Bread Of Life Mission Pulls Together  To Deliver A Sweet Bundle Of Joy

  Photo by Nolan Madden Bread of Life Rescue Mission resident Marilyn Conner cradles fellow resident Virginia Eastwood’s week-old newborn, Rheuger, Sep. 24. Eastwood was informed after the baby’s delivery at the shelter that her unofficial midwife, Conner, is a distant relative. By Nolan Madden The Bread of Life Rescue Mission is known as a Read More…






Sep 302015
 

  By Naomi Hatch When an emergency happens, citizens want to know three things, according to District III Navajo County Supervisor Jason Whiting, “What’s going on? What do I need to do? And when is it going to end?” Whiting, along with Emergency Management Director Mary Springer and Emergency Management Coordinator Katrina Jenkins, attended the Read More…






Sep 302015
 

  The 21st annual Just Cruis’n Car Show will be held on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 2 and 3, at the corner of Second Street and Kinsley Avenue in downtown Winslow. The roar of classic car engines will fill the air as a cacklefest begins at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, followed by a burnout competition Read More…






Sep 302015
 

  By Nolan Madden The Navajo County Emergency Management Department last week received an award of funds which will enhance its response capabilities throughout the county in the coming year. The $34,500 award comes courtesy of the Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP). Established by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in 2003, the program was Read More…






Sep 302015
 

By Linda Kor Whether it’s because of physical or emotional abuse, the number of people reaching out for help due to domestic violence is on the rise in Navajo County. Theresa Warren, the executive director of Alice’s Place in Winslow, says that more families are coming in to shelter, but some are staying for shorter periods Read More…






Sep 302015
 

  By Greg Perkins The Wildcats’ long journey to Fredonia was worth the trip Saturday afternoon as they returned home with a 35-0 shutout victory over the Lynx. Joseph City played well throughout the first half, building a 28-point margin. In the second half several younger players got varsity experience. Hayden Hendricks completed just two of Read More…






Sep 302015
 

  By Greg Perkins Joseph City’s volleyball team entered this week with a 3-3 regular season record and ranked 26th in the Division V power point rankings. The Lady Wildcats split the two matches they played last weekend, losing to Mogollon in four games on Friday, then defeating Fredonia in a five-game match on Saturday. Last Read More…






Sep 302015
 

  By Greg Perkins The Lady Lobo soccer squad added two more wins to bring its regular season mark to 5-2 with victories over St. Johns and Holbrook last week. Playing in St. Johns on Tuesday Audrey Livingston netted both goals in a 2-0 win over the Lady Redskins. Alyssa Rolow and Emily Rolow pitched Read More…






Sep 302015
 

  By Greg Perkins Snowflake’s Lady Lobos went 5-1-2 at the Monument Valley volleyball tournament over the weekend, picking up 2-0 wins over Shonto Prep, Piñon twice, Winslow and Page.  They tied matches with Monument Valley and Sedona, with each team winning one game.  Their only loss of the tournament was against unbeaten Division III Read More…






Sep 302015
 

  By Sam Conner The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Fountain Hills Falcons 48-13 in their Homecoming game last Friday night. The results left the Bulldogs with a 3-2 record for the season and dropped Fountain Hills to 1-4. Winslow took control of the game in the first half and was gaining good yardage both running Read More…