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Apr 042014
 
Retirement Won’t Slow Down Coach Mendoza

By Tammy Gray Technically, Holbrook High School head basketball coach Raul Mendoza is retiring, but in reality, he is just taking on different challenges than in the past. “I’m not really going to retire. I’m just going in a different direction,” Mendoza said. “There’s a lot more to do.” While Mendoza doesn’t plan on working Read More…

Apr 022014
 

Robert S. Welch, a resident of Snowflake, will be available to sign copies of his book, Reaching Out, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 5, at Johnny & Dee’s Picnic Basket, located at 436 E. White Mountain Blvd. in Pinetop. Welch felt like he was slipping away; as a young husband he felt Read More…

Apr 022014
 

By Naomi Hatch Navajo County has agreed to partner with the Town of Snowflake in a chip seal project, and that partnership was approved by the town council March 25. The council approved an expenditure of $21,500 for asphalt millings transportation that were put on the unpaved sections of West Seventh South, Porter and Country Read More…

Apr 022014
 

By Nick Worth Passport Potash, Inc. announced a two to one reverse stock split, effective March 13. In the deal, holders of Passport common shares will now hold one share for every two shares they held before the consolidation. In simple terms, someone who held 1,000 shares of the stock would now hold 500 shares. Read More…

Apr 022014
 

By Tammy Gray Red tape that has the ability to undermine the Four Forests Restoration Initiative (4FRI) has captured the attention of U.S. Senators Jeff Flake and John McCain, both R-Ariz. In a letter dated March 24, the senators implore the U.S. Forest Service to make the success of the initiative, along with the White Read More…

Apr 022014
 
Mr. Water Curtis Winder Retires From Town Of Snowflake’s Staff

By Naomi Hatch Curtis Winder worked for the Town of Snowflake for 27 years, making sure that everyone had water. Now he has retired, and he was honored at the March 25 town council meeting. “Curtis is extremely dedicated and passionate about the water system,” said Snowflake Public Works Director Terry Cooper. “He really cares Read More…

Apr 022014
 

By Tammy Gray “No decisions have been made,” said Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) spokesperson Damon Gross late last week regarding the future of the Cholla Power Plant. “We are in the processes of determining the plan for the plant for the long-term.” Gross confirmed that employees at the Cholla station have been informed that Read More…