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Apr 242015
 
Emily Eavenson: Positive Role Model  And A Voice For Childhood Hunger

By Samantha Edwards Many Holbrook residents are familiar with Miss Navajo County Outstanding Teen Emily Eavenson. She has graced Navajo County, and especially Holbrook, with her presence in the schools, at most community events and at fundraisers as she campaigned for her platform, Hope for Childhood Hunger. A stereotype often surrounds pageant titleholders, labeling them Read More…

Apr 222015
 

By Naomi Hatch “Every three to four years, the pump goes down,” said Snowflake Public Works Superintendent Terry Cooper said last week as he asked the town council to authorize Willis Drilling and Pump Company to replace the 100 horsepower pump and motor at Well No. 4. Cooper requested the purchase of the new pump Read More…

Apr 222015
 

By Greg Perkins The Lady Wildcats have worked their way into the top 24 in the Division IV power point rankings by compiling an 11-4 regular season record, good enough for the 16th position when this week began. Joseph City fell at Round Valley last Thursday, getting outscored 12-0 in the first three innings en Read More…

Apr 222015
 
Emily Eavenson Guest Host At Annual NCHS Meeting

Photo by Nicole Young Miss Navajo County 2015 Emily Eavenson served as a guest hostess during the recent annual meeting of the Navajo County Historical Society at the historic courthouse in Holbrook, and escorted Willard and Ordene Guttery through some of the museum’s expanded exhibit areas.

Apr 222015
 

By Naomi Hatch Members of the Snowflake Town Council discussed the proposed intergovernmental agreement (IGA) with Taylor for fire and ambulance services last week. The Taylor Town Council was scheduled to discuss it last night, and there will likely be a joint meeting of the councils regarding the agreement on Tuesday, April 28. “This is Read More…

Apr 222015
 

By Greg Perkins Competing with 13 other teams at the Mogollon Invitational meet last Friday, the Wildcats placed fifth in the boys’ division and third in the girls’ division. The Round Valley boys took first, followed by Blue Ridge and Mogollon. Blue Ridge took first in the girls’ meet, followed by Round Valley and Joseph City. Read More…

Apr 222015
 

By Tammy Gray A new video visitation system at the Navajo County Jail is now operational and saving the sheriff’s office time and money, according to Sheriff KC Clark. “We were doing about 400 visits a month, and I think we do more now,” Clark said. “That’s 400 inmate movements, and every time we move Read More…

Apr 222015
 

By Naomi Hatch Last week, District III Navajo County Supervisor Jason Whiting promised he would attend Snowflake Town Council meetings at least twice a year to bring information and share partnerships with council members. “I can come prepared to speak about things you care about,” Whiting told the council April 14. He showed the video Read More…

Apr 222015
 

By Greg Perkins The Lobo track team easily won boys’ division of the Show Low Invitational meet last Friday, outdistancing the host team by more than 100 team points. Snowflake finished with 204, followed by the Cougars with 101 and Chinle in third with 81.5. Show Low won the girls’ team title with 186.33 points. Read More…

Apr 222015
 

By Greg Perkins The Roadrunners picked up a pair of much needed wins at the close of last week, including a 14-1 win over visiting Globe on Friday preceded by a 12-2 home field win over Mogollon on Thursday. Thursday’s contest saw the Birds gain the upper hand early with six first inning runs. Holbrook tacked Read More…

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