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Oct 152014
 

By Tammy Gray and Linda Kor Little progress has been made in a series of lawsuits filed against the City of Holbrook by several employees, however the cases have been transferred to U.S. District Court in Prescott. A notice filed on Sept. 12 removed the case from the Navajo County Superior Court and sent it Read More…

Oct 152014
 
BYU Ballroom Dance Company Performs In Snowflake Saturday

Breath-taking lifts, stunning spins, unbelievable energy, shimmering costumes, precious moves and inspiring, championship formations will be performed by the Brigham Young University Ballroom Dance Company when it comes to the Snowflake High School Auditorium at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 18. The BYU dance company has known victory and acclaim throughout the world since its Read More…

Oct 152014
 

By Tammy Gray The list of 19 candidates vying for the vacant seat on the Navajo County Board of Supervisors has been narrowed to seven. The board had planned to select five candidates to interview, but due to the method of voting there were two ties. As a result, seven candidates were invited for interviews, Read More…

Oct 152014
 
NPC’s Blaine Hatch Is Honored With Outstanding CBO Award

Blaine Hatch of Holbrook, Northland Pioneer College’s vice president for Administrative Services, was one of three recipients of an Outstanding Chief Business Officer award presented by the Community College Business Officers (CCBO) during the community’s annual convention held Sept. 20-23 in San Antonio, Texas. Hatch oversees financial services, human resources, facilities, transportation, maintenance, and the Read More…

Oct 152014
 
Adopt A Dog

Photos courtesy of the Holbrook Animal Shelter Among the animals ready for adoption at the Holbrook Animal Shelter are (left to right) Bella, a female Dachshund mix, who is shy, but very sweet; Minnie, a female Chi/terrier mix; and Rosie, a female Pit Bull mix.  Bella has been spayed and vaccinated, and is ready immediately Read More…

Oct 102014
 

The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests fire managers on the Springerville Ranger District are planning to conduct a prescribed burn next week, weather conditions permitting. The planned area is on Board Shack Knoll southwest of Greer, and smoke may be visible on State Highway 260. If weather conditions do not permit the burn in the area of Read More…

Oct 102014
 

By Linda Kor Petrified Forrest National Park officials have announced the discovery of two very similar villages located less than a mile a part from each other while surveying expansion lands recently acquired by the park. According to park archeologist Bill Reitze, one village was discovered last summer and the second this summer while surveying Read More…

Oct 102014
 

Many area businesses will be closed on Monday, Oct. 13, in observance of Columbus Day. All city offices, the Holbrook and Winslow post offices, Bank of the West and Joseph City schools will be closed. Schools in the Holbrook and Winslow districts are closed for fall break. County offices will remain open, as will the Read More…

Oct 102014
 

By Tammy Gray The City of Holbrook will be asking voters to approve an alternate expenditure limit known as home rule at an election to be held in March 2015. If approved, city officials will be able to spend at the limits set by voters rather than those set by the state for the next Read More…

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