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Jun 122015
 

The 12th annual Taste of Winslow will be held at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, June 12, at P.T’s outdoor courtyard, located at 1500 E. Third St. in Winslow. The event will feature food from the various restaurants in the city, as well as a silent auction and raffles. Tickets are $10 each, and are available Read More…

Jun 122015
 
Holbrook’s Route 66 Festival  Brings Lots Of Fun To Town

By Linda Kor This weekend will bring a celebration of life along the Mother Road with Holbrook’s Route 66 Festival, It Ain’t Your Mother’s Road. The event will be held on Saturday, June 13, at Gillespie Park, located at the intersection of Hopi Drive and Navajo Blvd. The day will start off at 8 a.m. Read More…

Jun 122015
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow City Council met on Tuesday were informed by City Manager Steve Pauken that the National Parks Service has given final approval for a lien transfer from the old golf course land to the section of the city land that includes Brigham City, the city farm and a portion of the Read More…

Jun 122015
 

  The White Mountain Regional Theater has cancelled performances of an original one-act play, Lucy in the Sky, written by local playwrights Alex Brown and Lisa Heydenreich Jayne, due to scheduling conflicts. Refunds for tickets purchased for the opening night performances on June 27 benefitting Northland Pioneer College Friends and Family are already being processed.

Jun 122015
 

By Tammy Gray Fresh discussion regarding the budget for the Holbrook Chamber of Commerce arose during a Holbrook City Council meeting Tuesday night, with the council ultimately deciding to offer the chamber a set portion of lodger’s tax revenue and allow the chamber to determine whether they can host all planned events with that amount. Following a Read More…

Jun 122015
 

  The Holbrook High School Class of 1965 will celebrate its 50th anniversary of graduation by hosting the Ten Years of Class, Two Multi-Class Reunion on Saturday, June 13.  The reunion lunch will start at 12 noon at Hunt Park, and the evening festivities will start at around 7 o’clock at the Mesa Restaurant’s banquet room.

Jun 122015
 

By Tammy Gray Navajo County Recorder Laurette Justman announced her retirement after more than 30 years of service to the county, nearly 16 of which were as the recorder, during a board of supervisors meeting held on June 9. At Justman’s request, the board of supervisors appointed Laura Sanchez, currently the chief deputy of the Read More…

Jun 102015
 
HCC Awards Banquet Honors  Those Who Serve Holbrook

By Linda Kor The Holbrook Chamber of Commerce hosted the community awards banquet last week honoring those individuals the chamber felt contributed most to the community in 2015. Those honored included Frankie and Pee Wee Maestas as Business Man and Woman of the Year, Emily Eavenson as Youth of the Year, Travel Centers of America Read More…

Jun 102015
 
Retiring Chief Says Goodbye To Taylor Council

By Naomi Hatch Newly retired Snowflake-Taylor Police Chief Jerry VanWinkle has done his job with essentially two bosses and had the burden of representing the two towns, said Taylor Town Manager Gus Lundberg last week, noting, “He has done well.” VanWinkle asked to address the council members one more time to thank them for the Read More…

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