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Sep 052014
 

By Tammy Gray Although nothing is certain, Holbrook City Manager Ray Alley is looking into the possibility of constructing a splash park behind city hall. Splash parks typically consist of sprinklers, fountains, showers and sprayers, often shaped like animals, that allow children to play in the water without being submerged. They are popular in large Read More…

Sep 052014
 

By Linda Kor A local family discovered the body of a Native American woman while they were riding ATVs on dirt trails on the northwest side of Holbrook on Sunday, Aug. 31. According to Police Chief Mark Jackson, at approximately 8:11 p.m. Sunday, the body of Linda Yesslith, 44, of Holbrook and Jeddito was discovered Read More…

Sep 052014
 
Allen Picked To Run For Senate

District III Navajo County Supervisor Sylvia Allen of Snowflake was selected last Saturday by the Republican precinct committeemen of Legislative District 6 to fill the vacancy on the ballot left by the passing of Senator Chester Crandell on Aug. 4.  Her name will appear on the general election ballot in November, where she will face Read More…

Sep 032014
 

Arizona State Library’s OneBookAZ is sponsoring a free writing workshop, Writing Historical Fiction, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon on Friday, Sept. 5, in the meeting room of the Snowflake Academy Library Building. The workshop will focus on various writing techniques, and will be taught by an experienced Arizona author. This workshop is limited to Read More…

Sep 032014
 

Suicide Prevention Week will be observed Sept. 6-13, and Community Counseling Centers Inc. has scheduled several events in conjunction with it in Navajo County. Walks for suicide prevention awareness will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 6, at Vargas Park in Winslow and Pioneer Park in Snowflake, and from 10 Read More…

Sep 032014
 

By Naomi Hatch Voters in the Snowflake Unified School District (SUSD) will fill two four-year terms on the district’s governing board and one two-year term in the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 4. Those seats are currently held by John Stewart, Carole Owens and Cory Johnson. Candidates vying for the two four-year terms are incumbent Read More…

Sep 032014
 

By Naomi Hatch There are approximately 10 lights from Ridge Road to the LDS church in Taylor that have been turned off, and Kenny Willis asked the town council last week to see that they are relit. The council agreed to seek more information and revisit the subject in the near future. Willis explained that Read More…

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