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Sep 182013
 

By Julie Wiessner Native American Outreach Ministries Inc. (NAOMI) House has expanded with another location in northeastern Arizona called NAOMI Ranch to better serve as a safe harbor for child victims of abuse and neglect. The expansion came as the result of a need for more room for more hurting children. Many had been turned Read More…

Feb 012012
 

Due to an unexpected medical emergency, the staff of NAOMI House is in need of volunteer help. For 17 years, Linda Russell, the founder and director of NAOMI House, has been providing food, shelter and care for Native American children at a residential facility located just west of Joseph City, but an emergency medical condition Read More…

Dec 232011
 
NAOMI House Receives  The Gift Of Pure Water

By Teri Walker– For 17 years, Linda Russell has offered a safe haven for abused Native American children. She’s given them a home, helped them find their smiles again and, in some cases, even provided them with a new family. What she hasn’t been able to provide all these years is clear, clean water. But Read More…

Jan 032014
 

By Linda Kor Editor’s note: Part I of the annual Year In Review was published in the Jan. 1 edition of the newspaper. *** July Graduates from the Northland Pioneer College/Northeastern Arizona Law Enforcement Training Academy and the agencies in which they will serve included Chase Carlson, Snowflake-Taylor Police Department; Stratton Hatch, Holbrook Police Department; Read More…

Oct 192012
 
JCFD Helps Kids Learn To Be Fire Smart

Joseph City Fire District observed the National Fire Protection Agency’s (NFPA) Fire Prevention Week 2012 by educating children to be fire smart. This year, members of the JCFD visited Joseph City Elementary School and made several presentations to children in preschool through third grade. The children enjoyed a visit from Sparky the Fire Dog and Read More…

Jul 162014
 

By Naomi Hatch The best use of Highway User Revenue Funds (HURF) available to the Town of Snowflake was discussed at the July 8 town council meeting. Snowflake Public Works Superintendent Terry Cooper made a presentation on proposed use of the funds for the coming year, and Jaron Hatch made the case for using private Read More…

Jul 162014
 

By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Pioneer Day celebration, scheduled Thursday through Saturday, July 24-26, will begin Thursday with the Silver Creek Little Theater’s performance of “The Queen’s Black (K)Night or Why is the Ball Always a Brawl?” at the Snowflake Social Hall. There will be 5 and 7:30 p.m. performances on Thursday and Friday, and Read More…

Jun 252014
 

By Naomi Hatch Members of the Snowflake Unified School District administrative team reported on what they had learned at a recent conference in Tucson at the June 19 governing board meeting. Superintendent Hollis Merrell noted that David Berliner, who wrote 50 Myths and Lies that Threaten America’s Public Schools, was a speaker and said that Read More…

Jun 202014
 

By Naomi Hatch A variance for the construction of room additions that would encroach rear yard setbacks was approved by the Snowflake Town Council June 10. Mike Little, owner of the property located at 14 S. First East St., explained that he will construct two rooms, which would be used to house a water heater, Read More…

May 282014
 
S/T Firemen And EMTs Practice Dispensing Drugs During Disaster

By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake and Taylor fire departments held an exercise May 20 in which they dispensed drugs to prepare for a disaster requiring the 12,000 residents of the community to take preventative medication to stop the spread of disease. “We ran out of papers, that’s how fast we did it,” said Snowflake Fire Read More…

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