Mar 302016
 
McCain, Flake & Citizens  Connect In South County

Photo by Nolan Madden U.S. Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake, both R-Ariz., visited with Navajo County officials and residents in meet-and-greet sessions held in Show Low and Pinetop-Lakeside March 24 to hear and discuss local issues, including forest restoration, gray wolf reintroduction, military veteran suicide, tribal community education, and illegal immigration. By Nolan Madden Read More…






Mar 302016
 

Visitors to Petrified Forest National Park are invited to attend the programs scheduled this week. Artist-in-Residence Sue King will be featured at a meet and greet slated from 1 to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, April 6, at the Painted Desert Inn while she works on compelling, contemporary textile work. She is happy to help visitors Read More…






Mar 302016
 

By Naomi Hatch United States District Court Judge for the District of Arizona G. Murray Snow granted a motion filed on behalf of the Town of Taylor, 16 defendants who served the town as council members and previous town manager Eric Duthie to dismiss on all charges brought against them by Gary Solomon. Solomon filed Read More…






Mar 302016
 

By Greg Perkins Playing the Mogollon Mustangs last Thursday in Heber, the Wildcats of Joseph City made it a clean sweep over their rivals this season with a 21-6 victory. The Cats have won just two games this year, but both have come against the Mustangs. Their luck ran out the following day when the Read More…






Mar 302016
 

The Arizona Game and Fish Department will present its inaugural watchable waterfowl workshop for the public at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Apr. 9, at the Pinetop regional office. The program is free to the public and will consist of a classroom presentation and discussion of waterfowl identification, life history, behavior patterns and their importance to Read More…






Mar 302016
 

By Nolan Madden The economic downturn, labeled by some analysts as The Great Depression of the 2000s, has hit the hospitality and tourism industries hardest over the past seven years. Data in a March 2015 study published by Sage Publications on behalf of the Travel and Tourism Research Association revealed that in 2008, spending by Read More…






Mar 302016
 

By Greg Perkins Holbrook finished ninth among 15 teams in the boys’ division of the Mogollon Early Meet held last Friday with nine team points and seventh in the girls’ competition with 36. Snowflake won the boys’ title with 219.5 points, followed by Show Low with 149 and Payson with 96. The Lobos also won Read More…






Mar 302016
 

By Greg Perkins The Lady Lobos returned to the diamond from spring break with a pair of regular season wins over Morenci and Show Low last week. Prior to those two victories, the Snowflake squad went 5-1 at the Gracie Haught Tournament held in Payson with wins over Holbrook, Tempe Prep, Tempe, Fountain Hills and Read More…






Mar 302016
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow Bulldogs lost to the Show Low Cougars 9-5 last Saturday, but defeated the Youngker Roughriders 8-0 on Wednesday and the Poston Butte Broncos 18-7 on Friday. The results left the Bulldogs with a 6-7 record for the season. Kuster Kinlecheenie took the loss to Show Low, giving up nine runs, Read More…






Mar 302016
 

By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Unified School District Governing Board approved an increase in salary for district employees in a special work session held March 24. Superintendent Hollis Merrell and Business Manager Mark Ollerton presented three proposals to the board. The amount of increase is dependent on passage of Proposition 123 in the May 17 Read More…