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Sep 262014
 

By Tammy Gray Alice Crandell, wife of the late Senator Chester Crandell, who died on Aug. 4, has been appointed to serve the remainder of his term. The Navajo County Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed to appoint Mrs. Crandell to the position after receiving a list of three individuals nominated to fill the seat from Read More…

Sep 262014
 

By Tammy Gray “This is unique. It doesn’t exist anywhere in the U.S.,” Navajo County Emergency Preparedness Manager John Zimmerman told the board of supervisors regarding an agreement that will allow the Winslow Indian Health Services facility to dispense emergency medications to all area residents in the event of an outbreak or public health emergency. Read More…

Sep 192014
 
Little Buckaroo Rodeo Winners Are Noted

Youth from throughout Navajo County and some visitors competed in the Little Buckaroo Rodeo during the Navajo County Fair last Saturday, learning the ropes and taking home prizes. Winners in the event competed in sheep, calf and steer riding, barrel racing and dummy roping. JR Merritt took first place in sheep riding; Waylon Miller second; Read More…

Sep 192014
 
Junior Livestock Winners Are Noted

Winners in the junior livestock competition at the 2014 Navajo County Fair included Cutter Gouker, who entered the Grand Champion Market Steer; Levi Lewis, Reserve Champion Market Steer; Janessa Elkins, Grand Champion Market Lamb; TJ Malala, Reserve Champion Market Lamb; Keileigh Gose, Grand Champion Market Swine; Mason Vanzelf, Reserve Champion Market Swine; and Rebecca Scott, Read More…

Sep 192014
 

By Tammy Gray The alternating street work schedule was recently explained by Holbrook City Manager Ray Alley, who noted that weather is fueling the choice of work sites. Work on Erie Street could not be completed prior to the start of school as Alley had initially hoped. The delay was in part due to weather. Read More…

Sep 192014
 

By Linda Kor An unmanned demolition derby car ran rampant at the Navajo County Fair following the derby held last Thursday evening, injuring one person and damaging nearby vehicles. According to Holbrook Police Chief Mark Jackson, the vehicle had been towed out of the arena following the derby and left next to a truck in Read More…

Sep 192014
 

By Tammy Gray Revenue generated through the sale of building permits was the highest it has been in four years for the 2013-14 fiscal year, according to a report by the Navajo County Planning and Zoning Department. County officials collected a total of $389,387 in building permit fees throughout the course of the last fiscal Read More…

Sep 192014
 

By Tammy Gray Holbrook Councilman Phil Cobb has challenged his fellow council members, as well as city staff to take the ALS Association ice bucket challenge. “I’ll throw the first $25 in and get a bucket of ice water dumped on me,” Cobb said. The ice bucket challenge is a fundraiser for the ALS Association. Read More…

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