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Feb 272015
 
‘To Light A Candle’ Documents Education Under Persecution

Iran stops Baha’is from teaching and studying at universities. But they do teach. And they do study. To learn more about persecution and commitment to learning, come to the Holbrook Public Library to view the free film To Light a Candle at 7 o’clock tonight (Feb. 27). To Light a Candle chronicles the lives of Read More…

Feb 252015
 

By Naomi Hatch A request to rename Snowflake High School’s North Hall (behind the library), Rooms N1 to N89, Cunningham Hall was presented to the Snowflake Unified School District Governing Board last week. Cunningham dedicated 39 years of her life to SHS, and passed away just two weeks before she began her 40th year at Read More…

Feb 252015
 
Celebrations’ Sinkhole Reveals Early Snowflake Infrastructure

By Naomi Hatch Last Thursday, a vehicle driving in the parking lot north of Celebrations in Snowflake broke open a two-foot hole in the asphalt. No one was hurt and there was no damage to the vehicle, but it did open a 10-foot mystery. A brick structure was under the small hole that appeared to Read More…

Feb 252015
 

By Naomi Hatch Many of the Snowflake and Taylor residents who attended the Feb. 17 Navajo County Community College District Governing Board meeting left confused about a motion the board approved affecting Northland Pioneer College’s Silver Creek Campus in Snowflake. At the weekly Listening/Idea Session held Feb. 19 in Snowflake, NPC President Dr. Jeanne Swarthout Read More…

Feb 252015
 

Rachele Baldwin, executive director of the Miss Navajo County Pageant, is seeking the names of women who have reigned as Miss Navajo County and when they served.  If you can provide information on any past winners, email Baldwin at missnavajocountypageant@gmail.com.

Feb 252015
 

The annual Joseph City Firefighters Association Barbecue will be served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 21, at the fire station on Main Street for $8 per plate. Raffles and a live auction are also planned. The firefighters are also selling raffle tickets for a custom Aris rifle by Specialized Dynamics valued Read More…

Feb 252015
 

The Winter Holbrook Community Blood Drive will be held from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 4, in the lobby of Muñoz Gym on the Holbrook High School campus. To schedule an appointment, go online to www.bloodhero.com (Sponsor Code: holbrookhs), or call Melicia Thompson at (928) 241-0474. Walk-ins are also welcome.

Feb 252015
 

By Tammy Gray Only a few days remain to request an early ballot by mail for the City of Holbrook’s primary election. The election will be held on Tuesday, March 10. Three city council positions and the mayor’s seat will be filled, and the question of home rule decided. Early voting started on Feb. 12 Read More…

Feb 252015
 

By Tammy Gray City sales tax, state sales tax and highway user revenue funds (HURF) collections are all up slightly for the City of Holbrook compared to this time last year. As of the end of January, the city had received a total of $2,062,789 in city sales tax revenues this fiscal year. That is Read More…

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