Oct 262015
 
Lydia Hatch

Lydia Emma Hall Hatch passed away peacefully in her home in Taylor on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015, at the age of 88. Funeral services were held Oct. 26, at the Love Lake Chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Interment followed at the Reed Hatch Memorial Cemetery. Lydia was the youngest of Read More…






Oct 252015
 

Photo courtesy of the Navajo County Historical Society This photo was taken from a water tower looking west over Holbrook in 1888. At that time most of the businesses were located south of the railroad tracks, and the train was the only form of transportation if you weren’t on foot or using a horse.






Oct 252015
 

Street striping will be taking place in Winslow on Tuesday, Oct. 27, with street striping equipment doing painting on Second and Third streets between Hipkoe Drive and Transcon Lane. The painting crew will be working all day. City administrators ask that people please refrain from parking along these two streets until after the striping has Read More…






Oct 252015
 

By Nolan Madden A space usage study has been initiated to determine whether Northland Pioneer College campus facilities are being adequately or underutilized, and whether significant changes will be executed soon to improve this in light of declining enrollment trends. The assessment is being conducted by Pinetop architect and independent consultant John Jarchow to determine Read More…






Oct 252015
 
Violet Rose B&B Makes Sleeping  On The Corner Cozy, Nostalgic

  Photo by Nolan Madden Margie Malloy Robinson (right) and her daughter Mayellen Robinson (left) have operated Winslow’s only bed and breakfast establishment, The Violet Rose, since 2006. For the first time, the pair has extended the inn’s May 1 to Oct. 31 season to accommodate an unexpected influx of guests this year. “This is Read More…






Oct 252015
 
Cellist Offers Night Of Music  Sunday At La Posada Hotel

  Rhonda Rider      Join cellist Rhonda Rider, Petrified Forest National Park artist-in-resident, for a night of music from 6 to 7 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 25, at La Posada Hotel and Gardens, sponsored by the Winslow Arts Trust. The event is free and open to the public. A founding member of the Naumburg Award Read More…






Oct 252015
 

  By Linda Kor Northland Pioneer College will expand its offerings to high school students seeking to earn college credits and assist adults hoping to earn basic education credits through a $1,754,709 Title III Part A Native American Serving Non-Tribal Institution (NASNTI) grant. Using those funds, the college will partner with a number of area Read More…






Oct 252015
 

By Greg Perkins The Lady Roadrunners haven’t had a stellar year on the volleyball court, but they did pick up a solid win over Winslow Tuesday night, avenging a loss to the Lady Bulldogs from earlier in the season. The win marked Holbrook’s fourth of the season and left the Lady Dawgs with an identical Read More…






Oct 252015
 
Groundbreaking Ceremony Launches  Building Homes…Building Futures

  Northland Pioneer College photo by Everett Robinson Breaking ground for the Building Homes…Building Futures house to be constructed by Northland Pioneer College students are (front row, left to right) Jorge Meza, NPC I-BEST instructor and project manager; Sheryl Hart, deputy associate superintendent, Arizona Department of Education Adult Education Services; Kelly Crawford, education program specialist, Read More…






Oct 252015
 
Hatch To Retire Soon From  Northland Pioneer College

  Peggy Belknap, dean of Career and Technical Education at Northland Pioneer College, presents an Administrator Emeritus Award to V. Blaine Hatch, vice president for Administrative Services, who is retiring after 15-plus years of service to NPC. Hatch is a longtime resident of Holbrook and former city manager. Blaine Hatch began his employment with Northland Read More…