Apr 012016
 

By Greg Perkins The Roadrunners picked up valuable power points with their home field win over Wickenburg Monday afternoon in Holbrook. The Wranglers came into the contest with a 4-2 regular season record, but left for home with an 8-3 loss to the Birds. The visitors took the initial lead with a run in the Read More…






Apr 012016
 

Arizona District 04 of the National Barrel Horse Association hosted a barrel racing competition March 26 in Taylor. Results for Open Barrels follow. In 1-D competition, Megan Stock, riding Cash, won with a time of 14.669, earning $172, followed by London Willis on Macy Grey in 14.930, earning $115; and Marisa Simpson on Chigger in Read More…






Apr 012016
 

By Linda Kor A woman who was shot and killed by a Winslow police officer earlier this week was reportedly armed with a pair of scissors, according to investigators with the Arizona Department of Public Safety. DPS investigators stated that at approximately 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 27, two Winslow police officers were searching for Read More…






Apr 012016
 

By Nolan Madden The Holbrook City Council denied this month a proposed change to a city ordinance which would allow spay, neuter and pet adoption fees at the Holbrook Animal Care and Control Shelter to be waived for senior citizen residents under the city’s Golden Agers and Pets program. The change was opposed by Mayor Read More…






Apr 012016
 
Four Suspects Are In Custody For Burglaries

Navajo County sheriff’s deputies have made arrests in connection with a number of thefts that have occurred from Snowflake to Heber over the past year. On Saturday, March 26, deputies issued a warrant on a residence at 2120 Pulp Mill Road in Clay Springs, where they seized more than 400 suspected stolen items and arrested Read More…






Apr 012016
 

The Homolovi Chapter of the Arizona Archaeology Society will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 13, at the Winslow Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center (Historic Lorenzo Hubbell Trading Post), 523 W. Second St. The speaker will be Miles Gilbert, who will present Tales of the Buffalo Hunters, an aspect of recent archaeology/history. You can Read More…