Nov 282015
 

  Holbrook’s Lady Roadrunners opened the 2015-16 campaign with a 66-45 road win at Alchesay on Monday night. The Roadrunners came out of the gate shooting well in the opening frame, netting 23 points while giving up just nine to the Lady Falcons. Dakota Dick hit a pair of three-point shots, while Quanyyah Lester and Read More…






Nov 282015
 

  The Native American Christian Academy Warriors of Sun Valley used their home court advantage last week to defeat the St. Anthony Eagles in a two-game volleyball match. It wasn’t easy for the Warriors as they had a bit of the jitters playing in front of the home crowd. They fell behind the Eagles early Read More…






Nov 282015
 

  By Greg Perkins Snowflake’s bid for a return trip to the Division IV title game came up one game short with a 23-12 loss to Northwest Christian last Saturday night. Playing at Arcadia High School the fifth seeded Lobos took on the eighth seeded Crusaders, who were fresh off their 48-0 rout over top Read More…






Nov 282015
 

  By Sam Conner The Winslow Lady Bulldogs defeated the Safford Lady Bulldogs 81-66 in Safford Monday night in their season opener. The game was a real dogfight through the first period, but Winslow took control in the second. Winslow led by a scant two points 20-18 at the end of the first, but the Read More…






Nov 282015
 

  By Nolan Madden The sights and sounds are set to be Merry and Bright throughout Holbrook this season, in concert with the city’s 2015 holiday events theme. Visitors and spectators can look forward to familiar activities beginning next week, along with a few twists designed to keep the festivities entertaining, starting with the city’s Read More…






Nov 282015
 

  By Nolan Madden The Winslow Festival of Trees is just days away, and while it will echo the Christmas parade’s Sights and Sounds of Christmas theme, the event will also prep the city for next summer’s Fourth of July fun. The city invites businesses, organizations, churches and individuals throughout the community to sponsor the Read More…






Nov 282015
 

By Linda Kor Arizona State Senator Sylvia Allen hosted a town hall in Joseph City last week to address concerns regarding restrictions being imposed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regarding carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from power plants. While the EPA has yet to respond to the latest regional haze proposal submitted from the state, Read More…






Nov 282015
 

By Nolan Madden With the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s flood risk management feasibility study for the Winslow levee set to be completed within the next six months, recent progress has been made on congressional approval of the project’s pre-construction documents. “We are helping to make sure that there is no time lost between the feasibility Read More…






Nov 252015
 
Coach Pat Kenny Is Inducted  Into Wrestling Hall Of Fame

  Photo courtesy of Rob Taylor Family members, former wrestlers and parents gathered with Coach Pat Kenny (front row, center) to celebrate his induction into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.   By Rob Taylor In a room full of seething energy from years of mental discipline and physical toughness, the Arizona Chapter of the Read More…






Nov 252015
 

  By Everett Robinson NPC Staff Writer After a record summer session attendance, Northland Pioneer College’s fall enrollment increased 4.6 percent over the previous year, marking the fourth consecutive regular semester to record an increase. “We were a little uncertain how the increased summer enrollment, the elimination of a printed class schedule and not running Read More…