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Jan 232015
 
College Board Officers Are Re-Elected

By Linda Kor The Jan. 20 meeting of the Navajo County Community College District Governing Board began with the swearing in of returning board members James Matteson, Prescott Winslow and Daniel Peaches, followed by the election of officers. By unanimous vote, Ginny Handorf retained her position as chair of the board and Daniel Peaches remained Read More…

Jan 232015
 

By Tammy Gray “We’re close to a one to one ratio of computers and electronic devices to students,” Joseph City School District Superintendent Brian Fields said. The district has been focusing heavily on using technology in and out of the classroom to improve learning opportunities for students. Devices such as iPads and Chromebooks have been Read More…

Jan 212015
 

The man sought by the Winslow Police Department following an attempted homicide on Saturday, Jan. 10, has been apprehended. According to police, an altercation took place at PT’s Bar, after which Wyte Young Jr., 44, followed the people involved to their residence in the 400 block of North Kinsley Avenue. At the residence, Young exited Read More…

Jan 212015
 

By Naomi Hatch “The priority of this community is job creation,” said Snowflake Town Manager Paul Watson during a report to the town council Jan. 13. “We understand the dynamics of this community and that people want to live here, but need to support their families.” Watson said that when the Catalyst paper mill closed, Read More…

Jan 212015
 

By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Town Council unanimously approved a resolution last week supporting legislation to equalize tax credit for donations to qualified charitable organizations, private schools and public schools. The Apache & Navajo Counties Mayors & Council Members Association agreed in a meeting held Jan. 5 to put forth the resolution. The goal is Read More…

Jan 212015
 

By Naomi Hatch When Snowflake Public Works Superintendent Terry Cooper was hired, one of the first questions he asked was whether the town had a snow removal plan. He was told it doesn’t snow in Snowflake, but just a few weeks later, they had two feet of snow. Cooper presented a snow management plan to Read More…

Jan 212015
 

By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Town Council approved corrected boundary lines affecting the Snowflake Golf Course, subject to review by its legal counsel, at a meeting held Jan. 13. Discrepancies in the boundary lines between the golf course, the new nine holes and Temple Estates were discovered when Kirk Brimhall of Temple Estates was doing Read More…

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