Dec 302015
 

By Greg Perkins As we head into January, all eight of the area prep basketball programs are still in position to qualify for post-season play, although the majority of power point games are yet to be played for the boys’ and girls’ programs in Holbrook, Winslow, Snowflake and Joseph City. The first two weeks of Read More…






Dec 302015
 

On Friday, Jan. 1, all 50 states will be participating in the fifth annual national event that encourages everyone to celebrate the New Year with a guided outdoor exploration. In honor of the National Park Service Centennial, and celebrating First Day Hikes in America, join avid hikers Gary and Connie Grube for a guided adventure Read More…






Dec 302015
 

Alejandro Ray “Londo” Romero, 39, passed away on Sunday, Dec. 20, 2015, in Flagstaff. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 o’clock this morning (Dec. 30) at Madre de Dios Catholic Church in Winslow. He was born Dec. 30, 1975, in Morenci. Londo loved camping, fishing and break dancing. Survivors include his father, Read More…






Dec 302015
 
Marzell Flake Locust

Marzell Flake Locust, 88, of Snowflake passed away peacefully at her home on Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2015, after an extended illness. The funeral service will begin at 10 o’clock this morning (Dec. 30) at the Main Street Chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 48 N. Main Street in Snowflake, where the Read More…






Dec 302015
 

By Nolan Madden The U.S. District Court in Prescott last week formally dismissed a group of lawsuits filed against the City of Holbrook by current and former city workers. The civil complaints were submitted in three separate cases by Louis Baldonado Jr., Armando Aguilera, Markos Serna, Michael Kennedy, Oscar Chairez and Carlos Jimenez, all of Read More…






Dec 302015
 
Merritt Takes Third In Nation In Junior Finals Sheep Riding

Photo courtesy of the Merritt family Cowboy J.R. Merritt of Taylor is a top sheep rider, taking third in the National Junior Bullriding Finals in Amarillo, Texas. By Naomi Hatch J.R. Merritt of Taylor, the 7-year-old son of Danny and Shanda Merritt, and a dedicated cowboy, recently took third in the nation in sheep riding. Read More…






Dec 302015
 

Photo by Talaina Fisher A new year is upon us, and with it comes new opportunities, new hope and new friendships. Shyanne Barger helps ring in the New Year as she celebrates with family and friends at The Tribune-News.






Dec 302015
 

The bodies of two men were discovered in Holbrook last week, with the suspected cause of death being exposure to the elements. The body of Frank Belin, 47, of Indian Wells was discovered at 7:56 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 22, at a bench in Hunt Park. The body of second man, Danny Lewis, 80, of Read More…






Dec 302015
 
Hashknife Search And Rescue Celebrates 60 Years

Photo courtesy of the Navajo County Historical Society The Navajo County Sheriff’s Hashknife Posse was organized in 1955 as a search and rescue group. The original members included (front row, left to right) Jack Woods, Cephas Perkins, Roy Downing, Charlie Jennings, (middle row) Allen Hensley, Ben Pearson, Bobby Koury, Dutch Rupky, C.F. Lee, (back row) Read More…






Dec 302015
 
Joint Efforts Will Result In TES  Parking Lot

Photo by Naomi Hatch The Town of Taylor, Navajo County, the Snowflake Unified School District and Tri Star Logging, Inc. are working together to make a treed field into a parking lot for Taylor Elementary School. Representing those entities are (left to right) Taylor Mayor Fay Hatch, Taylor Town Manager Gus Lundberg, Tri Star Logging, Read More…