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Feb 132015
 

By Tammy Gray “We’re good at saying ‘no’ tonight,” Holbrook Mayor Jeff Hill remarked regarding the city council’s decision to turn down two separate requests for city funds Tuesday evening. The council elected to terminate its membership with REAL Az Corridor due to the doubling of annual fees. “When they started this it was at Read More…

Feb 132015
 

By Linda Kor The Holbrook School District Governing Board authorized the board president to sign the terms and conditions of a building renewal grant that will allow the district to move forward with a design study for guttering and cement work at Holbrook High School authorized by School Facilities Board (SFB) during Tuesday night’s meeting. Read More…

Feb 132015
 

The Navajo County Spelling Bee will be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 18, at the Snowflake High School Auditorium. Approximately 47 finalists of local spelling bees will be present to compete for trophies and medallions. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three finishers. The top speller will advance to the Arizona Read More…

Feb 132015
 

By Tammy Gray The Navajo County Board of Supervisors accepted Supervisor David Tenney’s resignation and his recommendation for a replacement Tuesday, appointing Steve Williams to fill the vacancy. The board also elected Supervisor Dawnafae Whitesinger as chairman. She is the first female to hold the position. Supervisor Jonathan Nez was elected vice chairman. Williams was Read More…

Feb 112015
 

By Naomi Hatch “As representative of District 3 I look forward to working with you,” said Navajo County Supervisor Jason as he introduced himself to the Taylor Town Council Feb. 3. Whiting noted that he has worked with Town Manager Gus Lundberg on some issues. A handout listing projects that Navajo County has been involved Read More…

Feb 112015
 

By Naomi Hatch The Town of Taylor previously programmed a project that would continue from 700 West Paper Mill Road, putting in sidewalks and widening the road with Transportation Improvement Project Prioritization funding. After discussion of the town’s options, a motion to continue with the original plan was approved. Town Manager Gus Lundberg explained last Read More…

Feb 112015
 

By Naomi Hatch An amendment to a memorandum of understanding with the Northern Arizona Council of Governments (NACOG) for a sign inventory project was approved by the Taylor Town Council Feb. 3. The agreement covering the federally funded project to replace signs around communities to bring them up to the new reflective federal standards was Read More…

Feb 112015
 

By Naomi Hatch The Taylor Town Council agreed Feb. 3 to lend funds to complete Phase 1 of a proposal made by Special Events/Special Days Committee Chairman Vance Muder to add close to 1,500 seats to the rodeo arena at Rodeo Park. “Over the last little while we have had to turn people away for Read More…

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