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Oct 292014
 

Rilla Winder of Taylor competed in the Surprise Special Olympics competition held Oct. 17 and 18, winning fourth place in the 4×25 relay, and sixth place in both the 25-meter free style and 25-meter backstroke. Her next competitions will be in field hockey and bowling. Rilla now has too many ribbons to count, and offered Read More…

Oct 292014
 

By Linda Kor A last minute controversy is causing confusion for Navajo Nation voters as votes are already being cast to select a new president, but a recent ruling has made it uncertain who the candidates now are. The controversy began shortly after candidate Chris Deschene won the August primary and two former candidates filed Read More…

Oct 292014
 

By Tammy Gray The Arizona General Election is scheduled on Tuesday, Nov. 4, but most Navajo County races were either decided in the primary or the candidate is running unopposed. Only one county race will be decided in the general as incumbent Steve Price (R) and Sara Owens (I) face off for Show Low Justice of Read More…

Oct 292014
 

Due to the Veterans Day holiday, we will have early deadlines for the Nov. 12 edition of the newspaper. All news copy, and classified, legal and display advertising must be received by 11 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 6, for the Nov. 12 edition. We thank you for your cooperation. –The Tribune-News

Oct 292014
 
Día De Los Muertos Celebration To Open Thursday In Winslow

In partnership with the Winslow Arts Trust, Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces and the Winslow Chamber of Commerce, Snowdrift Art Space will present Winslow’s Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Celebration. The series of free programs will take place Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 30-Nov. 1, along Historic Route 66/Second Street in downtown Winslow (Please be Read More…

Oct 242014
 

The college admissions process can be daunting for seniors making plans for their future. The goal of the Winslow High School College Application Campaign is that all WHS seniors complete at least one secondary education application. The steps taken to accomplish this goal will assist in building a college-going culture that benefits students, their families, Read More…

Oct 242014
 
Another $50,000 Is Added To Public Works Complex Budget

By Tammy Gray An additional $50,000 in contingency funds has been added to the budget for Navajo County’s $4.9 million public works complex currently under construction. The item was summarily approved by the board of supervisors as a consent agenda item Oct. 14. The approval authorizes the public works department to transfer $50,000 from the Read More…

Oct 242014
 
Wood Wins Barrel Racing Title At Senior National Finals Rodeo

By Tammy Gray “It was pretty awesome. It was very unexpected,” Pat Wood of Snowflake said of becoming a world champion in the Senior National Finals Rodeo for barrel racing. The finals were held in Las Vegas over the first weekend in October, and Wood did not think she had a chance of catching up Read More…

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