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Mar 172015
 
Holbrook Animal Shelter: Adorable Dogs Ready For Adoption

            Photos courtesy of the Holbrook Animal Shelter Among the animals ready for adoption at the Holbrook Animal Shelter are (left to right) Porky and Sheldon. Porky is a cute little dude in need of a new owner. He’s great on a leash and has a smile that goes on Read More…

Mar 172015
 
Beverlee Kay Elected As Chairman Of CVC

Photo by Naomi Hatch At their March meeting, members of the Community Values Committee elected Beverlee Kay (right) as their chairman. Kerry Ballard (left) was re-elected as vice chairman and Naomi Hatch will continue as secretary of the organization. The CVC is comprised of clergy, government and school representatives. Jerry Dunaway has served as chairman Read More…

Mar 172015
 
Sergeant Bill Murray Honored  For Criminal Interdiction Work

Sergeant Bill Murray Navajo County Sheriff’s Deputy Sergeant Bill Murray received a national award last week for his work in criminal interdiction and identifying national criminal organizations that travel the roadways within Navajo County. The Drug Interdiction Assistance Program (DIAP) and the Motor Carrier Safety Administration (MCSA) held their national convention in Virginia Beach, Va., Read More…

Mar 132015
 

By Sam Conner Winslow police officers and a firefighter were honored by the Winslow Elks Lodge during Tuesday evening’s meeting of the city council. Kathy Contreras of the Elks read letters to those receiving awards, including Firefighter Ector Aguilar, Detectives Alicia Marquez, Quentin Hayes and Joseph Marquez, Lt. Jim Sepi, Sgt. Ernie Cano, Cpt. Chuck Read More…

Mar 132015
 

By Linda Kor    Area residents and visitors will be celebrating the 139th anniversary of the founding of Joseph City Thursday through Saturday, March 19-21. The historic community was founded in 1876 by Mormon pioneers as one of four colonies settled in the area and the only one that continues as a thriving community today. Read More…

Mar 132015
 

By Linda Kor Members of the Holbrook Unified School District Governing Board met Tuesday evening and unanimously gave their support to a resolution that denounces the recently passed state budget as it pertains to K-12 education. Although the proposed five percent cut to non-classroom spending was put aside, the final budget includes language that says Read More…

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