Jan 262016
 

By Greg Perkins Holbrook must feel snake bitten by Winslow this season. Over a 10-day stretch the Roadrunners have twice fallen victim to late game miscues, which on both occasions kept them from having chances to defeat the Bulldogs. In the first meeting it was a called time out which they didn’t have, then on Read More…






Jan 262016
 

On their home court Jan. 19, the Indian Wells Roadrunners played the Dilkon Eagles. The PeeWee teams which consist of third graders, played the first game. From a tie score, the Roadrunners pulled ahead in the second quarter with some amazing shooting from Jaron Becenti and won the game 8 -6. Next, the Lady Roadrunner Read More…






Jan 262016
 

By Greg Perkins The Joseph City Lady Wildcats had a rough week on the court, suffering losses in all three games. They began the week at home on Tuesday against Piñon and trailed by just five at halftime, but fell further behind in the fourth before losing 68-54 to the Lady Eagles. Chalet Baldwin played Read More…






Jan 262016
 

By Naomi Hatch The annual Snowflake Groundhog Breakfast will be held from 6 to 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 30, at the Snowflake High School cafeteria. The event is hosted by the town, with members of the Snowflake Town Council serving the free breakfast of ground hog (sausage) and gravy cooked by the Snowflake Fire Read More…






Jan 262016
 

Over the past three weeks, the Arizona Department of Public Safety’s (DPS) Northern Operations Communication Center in Flagstaff, has received multiple 911 calls from a man falsely reporting various emergencies along northern Arizona highways. Two of the calls reported that his vehicle had been shot at and hit by a passing vehicle. The man provided Read More…






Jan 262016
 

By Nolan Madden One of the best measures of performance is the passage of time and a peek into the results of what develops afterward. Recent Internet activity data have revealed some positive news about the City of Holbrook: that the locale has trended often on the radar of area travelers within recent years. According Read More…






Jan 262016
 

By Linda Kor The Navajo County Health Services District is embarking on a new program that is expected to not only help residents lower incidents of nutrition-based diseases, but assist them in living better, eating smarter and creating a stronger community. Allison Hephner, community outreach specialist for the district, is heading up an endeavor to Read More…






Jan 262016
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow Bulldogs went 1-2 last week, falling to Snowflake 73-66 in a home game on Wednesday and to the Warriors 55-48 at Tuba City before edging the Holbrook Roadrunners 48-45 on Saturday at home. The Bulldogs closed the week with a 16-6 record. Winslow led by a single point 14-13 after Read More…






Jan 262016
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow Lady Bulldogs’ record fell to 9-15 after losses last week to the Snowflake Lady Lobos on Wednesday, 60-57, the Tuba City Lady Warriors on Friday, 68-54, and the Holbrook Lady Roadrunners on Saturday, 51-50. Winslow led most of the game with the Lobos after building a 14-8 advantage in the Read More…






Jan 262016
 
WJHS To Host Book Signing For Winslow Author Mark Bordner

By Linda Kor Winslow Junior High School will host a book signing with Mark Bordner, author of The Mighty First series from 5 to 8 p.m., on Tuesday, Feb. 9, in the school library. Bordner, who lives in Winslow, will be signing copies of his newly released fourth book of the series The Mighty First, Read More…