Feb 242016
 
Kerr-Cole Center Shows Path To Creative Sustainable Living

Photo by Naomi Hatch Tony Tangalos, resident manager of the Kerr-Cole Sustainable Living Center, shows off the late Barbara Kerr’s original invention, a wall solar oven she patented. By Naomi Hatch “Barbara Kerr and Sherry Cole (founders of the Kerr-Cole Sustainable Living Center) harnessed everything they could with the sun,” Tony Tangalos advised those attending Read More…






Feb 242016
 

The Holbrook High School Drama Department will present Rumor Has It, an original one-act play by HHS students, at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, March 4 and 5, at the George Gardner Performing Arts Center on the school campus. Every member of the troupe who helped write the script for the dramatic comedy will Read More…






Feb 242016
 

By Linda Kor Teachers and school administrators likely took a collective sigh of relief last week as Governor Doug Ducey signed a bill that would allow Joint Technical Education Districts (JTED) to continue with virtually all the funding that he and lawmakers voted just a year ago to cut from career and technical education programs. Read More…






Feb 242016
 

Office hours for the City of Holbrook will be changing as of Friday, March 4. The business office will be open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and will be closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For after hours emergencies, call the dispatch center at (928) 524-3991 and an on-call employee will respond. Read More…






Feb 242016
 

By Naomi Hatch State Senator Sylvia Allen, R-Snowflake, met with school superintendents from throughout Navajo County recently to hear their comments and concerns regarding education and education funding in Arizona. The Feb. 12 meeting was organized by Jason Whiting, chairman of the Navajo County Board of Supervisors. Present were Snowflake Superintendent Hollis Merrell, Heber-Overgaard Superintendent Read More…






Feb 232016
 

By Naomi Hatch Ed’s IGA in Snowflake is a family owned business with a history of serving the community. When you shop at Ed’s it takes some time, because you always see friends you stop to visit with. Ed and LaPriel Gillespie, and their daughter Sherilyn (better known in the community as Shug) and her Read More…






Feb 232016
 

The Holbrook Lady Roadrunners, coached by Don Tyler, will open the softball season this afternoon (Feb. 24, at St. Johns. The varsity includes seniors Isabelle Jaquez, Cynthia Rodriguez, Celena Ambrose, Alexandra Jeffers-Sample and Nicole Juan, juniors Jadiana Perez and Adriana Monroe, sophomores Kallee Reidhead, Carla Plumb, Destiny Begay, Mackenzie Thompson, Kendra Monroe and Rayanna Yellowhair, Read More…






Feb 232016
 

The Snowflake High School Music Department will present the musical, Li’l Abner, Thursdays through Saturdays, March 3-5 and 10-12 at the SHS Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $5 each. Based upon the beloved comic strip of the same name, Li’l Abner features cartoonist Al Capp’s world famous characters placed in an Read More…






Feb 232016
 

The Lady Roadrunners’ season came to a close last Wednesday night in Kingman. Playing as the 19th seed, the Holbrook squad had to travel to take on the 14th seeded Lady Bulldogs, who had dropped quickly in the rankings after spending most of the season ranked in the top five. They lost their leading scorer Read More…