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Apr 112014
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow City Council met in a special session Tuesday to hear presentations by three applicants for the Winslow attorney contract. Each attorney or law firm gave a 30-minute presentation. The first applicant was attorney Ellen M. Van Riper of Phoenix. She was the only applicant who was applying as a sole Read More…

Apr 112014
 

Final signups for Holbrook Little League T-ball and Coach Pitch players ages 4 to 8 will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 26, at the city council chambers. No signups will be accepted after this date.

Apr 112014
 

By Nick Worth Paring its senior unsecured debt from $153 million down to $25 million last December was a major accomplishment for Prospect Global Resources Inc. (PGR), but now the company has announced a further reduction in the amount it owes to The Karlsson Group, having just inked a deal to lower the amount owed Read More…

Apr 112014
 

Lloyd W. Spohn, 83, a former resident of Marshfield, Mo., for eight years, went to be home with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ at 4:05 a.m. on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, due to complications from Alzheimer’s. He was surrounded by his family at the time of his home going. Above all things he loved Read More…

Apr 112014
 

The couple that restored La Posada Hotel in Winslow will be taking on a similar endeavor with another former Harvey House in Las Vegas, N.M. Allan Affeldt and his wife, artist Tina Mion, recently completed the purchase of La Castaneda Hotel, a mission-style hotel built 1898. The 25,000-square foot hotel has not been in operation Read More…

Apr 112014
 

By Tammy Gray A pay increase for Holbrook Unified School District staff members not included in a previous salary increase was approved Tuesday evening. Non-exempt support staff members will receive a 1.5 percent increase to hourly pay rates, as well as an additional 24-cent flat rate increase. Superintendent Robbie Koerperich noted that the flat rate Read More…

Apr 112014
 

By Nick Worth An ordinance establishing fees for city-run events received its first reading Tuesday night at the Holbrook City Council meeting. According to the ordinance, participant fees for events would be: * $25 for ages 17 and under. * $30 for early bird registration 30 days prior to the event for ages 18 and Read More…