Sep 272015
 
County Fair Livestock  Winners Are Honored

  Channing DeSpain (right) of Joseph City entered Joey in the junior livestock competition at the 2015 Navajo County Fair. Joey received Grand Champion Market Swine honors from the event’s judge, Ashley Judge (left).     Kordale DeSpain (center) of Joseph City, who entered the Junior Reserve Grand Champion Swine in the 2015 Navajo County Read More…






Sep 272015
 

  A project to repave 10 miles of State Route 77 from the US 60 junction in Show Low to Shumway will begin Monday, Sept. 28, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. The $4.2 million pavement improvement project (mileposts 342-352) will include the removal and replacement of the asphalt surface, guardrail replacement and shoulder Read More…






Sep 272015
 

  By Nolan Madden It is often noted during election season that every voice matters. The voices of Navajo County’s managing officials were heard by county legislative advocates during its annual meeting with The Arizona Association of Counties (AACo) last week. The Sept. 15 meeting was attended by County Attorney Brad Carlyon, who serves as Read More…






Sep 272015
 

By Nolan Madden In observance of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Governor Doug Ducey announced Tuesday his commission to raise awareness for, and ultimately end, domestic violence throughout the region. “Domestic violence is a pervasive problem that affects one in four women and one in seven men in Arizona, and stands in direct opposition Read More…






Sep 252015
 

  By Greg Perkins It’s Homecoming tonight (Sept. 25) in Holbrook, and the Roadrunners will host Greyhills Academy. Tonight’s game culminates what has been the traditional weeklong menu of daily activities at the high school. After last week’s loss to Monument Valley, Roadrunner players and fans alike need something to cheer about. The Knights from Read More…






Sep 232015
 
Junior Livestock Competition Offers  Good Experience To Area Youth

Connor Scott (right) of Taylor entered the Junior Market Lamb Grand Champion in the 2015 Navajo County Fair. He also took home the Junior Market Lamb Showmanship and Navajo County Bred & Fed titles. For more photos from the Junior Livestock competition, please turn to Page . Photos by Nolan Madden   Navajo County Fair Read More…






Sep 232015
 

  It’s homecoming week at Winslow High School and this year’s theme is Shake, Rattle and Roll. Celebrations will be held throughout the week, with a homecoming assembly to be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 24, in Petranovich Gym. Mini pep assemblies will be held at Washington Elementary School at 9:30 a.m. today (Sept. Read More…






Sep 232015
 

  Joseph City 9, Mayer 32. Coronado 35, Winslow 21. Monument Valley 17, Holbrook 13. Snowflake 38, Coolidge 6. Hopi 48, Monument Valley, Utah 6. Ganado 38, Valley Sanders 6. Chinle 33, Window Rock 13. Many Farms 8, Rock Point 0. Mogollon 64, Fredonia 12. Fountain Hills 32, Page 6. Show Low 42, Walden Grove Read More…






Sep 232015
 

By Greg Perkins Heading into their own invitational this weekend, the Lady Lobos had compiled a 6-0 regular season mark, which included wins in both matches played last week, although they were pushed to the limit by both Thatcher and Payson. Snowflake also won six matches in its own tournament over St. Johns, Winslow, Window Rock Read More…






Sep 232015
 

Lady Bids Fall To Blue Ridge, Go 2-5 At Snowflake Tourney By Greg Perkins Hosting Blue Ridge last Thursday evening, the Lady Roadrunners saw their court struggles continue as they suffered a 3-0 loss to the Lady Yellowjackets. Holbrook struggled throughout the match, losing the three games 25-13, 25-14 and 25-16. The loss left Holbrook Read More…