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The Holbrook Elks Youth Awards Dinner will be held on Monday, May 4, at the lodge, located at 714 Elkdom Ave. A Sloppy Joe dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m., followed by awards presentations at 7 p.m. The Elks will honor Hoop Shoot winners, Soccer Kick winners, Students of the Month, Junior High School Read More…

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By Greg Perkins The Holbrook Roadrunners cruised to a 15-2 win in what was likely their second to last game of the season against the Alchesay Falcons Tuesday afternoon in Whiteriver. The Roadrunners entered the game ranked 29th in power points and needed to win, plus have the right combination of teams ranked ahead of them Read More…

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By Linda Kor The Holbrook City Council met Tuesday evening, and the majority of the meeting was spent on a review of how lodger’s tax funds are spent in order to determine how they should be allocated in the upcoming budget. The lodger’s tax generates approximately $160,000 per year, according to Assistant City Manager and Read More…

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Holbrook Junior High School promotion ceremonies will take place at 11 a.m. on Thursday, May 21, at Roadrunner Stadium. Holbrook High School graduation ceremonies will be held at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 22, also at Roadrunner Stadium.

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The Arizona Department of Transportation is currently replacing the Five Mile Draw Bridge along State Route 77 north of Snowflake and will be setting new girders for the second half of the bridge Wednesday, May 6. During this work motorists may experience 30-minute delays. Also starting May 6, crews will be replacing asphalt on SR Read More…

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Loan To Winslow Will Refurbish Wastewater Treatment Facility

By Linda Kor The City of Winslow has been awarded a $7.1 million loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development that will be used to refurbish the city’s wastewater treatment plant. On April 22, State Director Alan Stephens, and staff members Loretta Orona and Nancy Veres traveled to Winslow to formally present the Read More…

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By Tammy Gray Revenues and expenditures are still on track for Navajo County to end the year in the black, Finance Director James Menlove reported to the board of supervisors on Tuesday. According to Menlove, the county expects to take in approximately $919,000 more than it has spent by the end of the fiscal year Read More…

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2015 Mr. Roadrunner Title Given To Theron Johns

Photo by Kellie Spangler/spanglerpics.com Theron Johns (front row, center) earned the 2015 Mr. Roadrunner title at the fourth annual pageant held last week at Holbrook High School. He and five other candidates, (front row, left) Second Runner-Up Lanny Newton-Pender, (front row, right) First Runner-Up Buddy Wagoner, (back row, left to right) Marcel Young, Carlos Quintana Read More…

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By Tammy Gray The Navajo County Board of Supervisors accepted grant funding and made several proclamations during a meeting on Tuesday, including designation of Navajo County as a Purple Heart county. By becoming a Purple Heart county, Navajo County “recognizes and honors the service and sacrifice of our nation’s men and women who were wounded Read More…

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