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Oct 222014
 
Management Plan Is Sought For Area Wolf Introduction

By Tammy Gray A heated meeting regarding the introduction of Mexican gray wolves south of Interstate 40 highlighted the efforts by the Arizona Game and Fish Department to push the federal government to create a management plan for the wolves. Winslow City Councilman Marshall Losey reported that the federal plan has no cap on the Read More…

Oct 222014
 

The annual Winslow Reunion Picnic for former and current residents will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 25, at the picnic area south of the Beardsley Recreation Center at Cabana No. 7, located at 12755 W. Beardsley Road in Sun City West. This is a potluck picnic, so those attending are asked to Read More…

Oct 222014
 

Terry Stratton has withdrawn his candidacy for the Snowflake Unified School District Governing Board, but his name will still appear on the November ballot.  The remaining candidates include incumbent Carole Owens, Beverlee Kay, Amy Johnson and Chuck Foote, who are vying for two four-year terms, and Cory Johnson, who is seeking a two-year term.

Oct 222014
 

By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Town Council approved Snowflake-Taylor Police Chief Jerry VanWinkle’s Oct. 14 request to purchase two police vehicles budgeted this year. VanWinkle reported that he received three bids. Bids for a 2015 Ford Taurus Police Interceptor with all wheel drive were $27,473.49 from Winslow Ford and $26,596.72 from Show Low Ford. Hatch Read More…

Oct 222014
 

By Naomi Hatch There are huge epidemics in our country, in our state, in our community, Snowflake-Taylor Police Chief Jerry VanWinkle advised those attending the Oct. 14 Snowflake Town Council meeting. One is illegal drugs, and another is prescription drugs and the use and misuse of these drugs. He noted that one way to combat Read More…

Oct 222014
 
Dr. LeeAnn Morgan To Be Featured In SHS Concert

The Snowflake High School Orchestra will host a fundraising concert featuring Dr. LeeAnn Morgan at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 25, in the SHS Auditorium. Morgan will be accompanied by Scott Gentry of Show Low. The concert will also include a quartet piece performed by students from SHS. The concert, A Journey Through Time, will Read More…

Oct 222014
 
Renowned Western Performer Scheduled At Holbrook Library

Western songwriter Kerry Grombacher will be performing a free concert at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 8, at the Holbrook Public Library. Grombacher is a nationally renowned performer, sharing the stories of his travels through song in the spirit of a true troubadour. “I’m really looking forward to returning to Holbrook Public Library and to Read More…

Oct 222014
 

By Tammy Gray A new contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) could bring in up to $2 million in revenues for Navajo County. The Board of Supervisors approved an agreement to house BIA inmates in the Navajo County Jail during a special meeting held Oct. 17. Sheriff KC Clark noted that the jail Read More…

Oct 222014
 

By Linda Kor In a meeting of the Holbrook School District Governing Board last week, Superintendent Dr. Robbie Koerperich presented the board with the outcomes of the annual Achievement and Participation Study conducted by the district. He explained that the district educates approximately 2,100 students each year, but for the purpose of the study the Read More…

Oct 222014
 

By Linda Kor Although the frost may not yet be on the pumpkins, it’s already beginning to look a lot like Christmas as area communities prepare for upcoming holiday festivities. The first event coming up is the Winslow Christmas Parade, which is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 22. The theme of Read More…

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