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Jul 252014
 

By Tammy Gray Despite protests from a member of the public and District III Supervisor Sylvia Allen, the Navajo County Board of Supervisors approved the first step in a property tax rate increase Tuesday. A final vote on the issue will be held on Aug. 12. During a public hearing only one citizen came forward Read More…

Jul 252014
 

A benefit for young Joseph City resident Dallas Taylor will be held on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 1 and 2. Dallas is the 12-year-old daughter of Terry and Lorraine Taylor. She suffered a stroke in May due to an arterial ventricular malformation, resulting in four brain surgeries. Dallas is home and doing well, but will Read More…

Jul 232014
 

The 2014 High Desert Fly-In will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 26, at the Winslow-Lindbergh Regional Airport, 701 Airport Road. Admission is free, and residents, tourists and pilots are invited to Winslow’s historic airport to enjoy airplanes, history, food and more. The Winslow Rotary Club will host a pancake Read More…

Jul 232014
 

By Tammy Gray Construction of a community walking path at the Navajo County complex in Holbrook is still underway, with the projected opening to the public pushed back to early September. The 2.3-mile loop will circle around the entire county complex, taking in the high desert landscape around it. The loop includes shortcuts and alternate Read More…

Jul 232014
 

By Naomi Hatch The 136th Snowflake Pioneer Day celebration will draw thousands of people to the community, where a host of activities await them Thursday through Saturday, July 24-26. The annual event will begin Thursday with the Silver Creek Little Theater’s performance of The Queen’s Black (K)Night or Why is the Ball Always a Brawl? Read More…

Jul 232014
 

The White Mountain Community Freehold Summer Food Drive–A Boat Load of Food will be docked at Ed’s IGA on Main Street in Snowflake from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, July 24. Purchase your food donation from Ed’s IGA and receive two prizes. The boat will be docked at The Feral Liquidator, 261 W. Snowflake Read More…

Jul 232014
 
HHS Blood Drives Aim To Save Lives

By Linda Kor Holbrook High School students have taken on the challenge to increase the number of residents in the community willing to donate blood to save lives. Last May the school was recognized by United Blood Services as the division leader for this region and was honored with the Platinum Award at Chase Stadium Read More…

Jul 232014
 

By Tammy Gray Construction of a community walking path at the Navajo County complex in Holbrook is still underway, with the projected opening to the public pushed back to early September. The 2.3-mile loop will circle around the entire county complex, taking in the high desert landscape around it. The loop includes shortcuts and alternate Read More…

Jul 232014
 

Governor Jan Brewer signed Senate Bill 1099 July 16, establishing Aug. 14 as Navajo Code Talkers Day in Arizona. Earlier this year, the bill passed both the House and Senate unanimously. “The legacy of the Navajo Code Talkers will long be remembered and honored in Arizona history. Every year across the country we celebrate Aug. Read More…

Jul 232014
 

By Tammy Gray No student in the Holbrook school district will go hungry at breakfast or lunch due to a lack of money during the 2014-15 school year. Free breakfast and lunch will be served to all students, regardless of income level, thanks to a federal lunch program for low-income areas. In past years, some Read More…

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