News

Jan 212015
 

Low cost spays and neuters for cats are being offered for a limited time by the Holbrook Veterinary Clinic in cooperation with Holbrook Animal Control and Care. The charge will be $30 for females rather than the usual $80, and $20 for males rather than $55. The surgeries will be offered today and Thursday (Jan. Read More…

Jan 212015
 

By Linda Kor The Roman Catholic Diocese of Gallup has released the names of 31 priests church officials say have sexually abused their parishioners. The diocese, which serves 55,000 square miles in Arizona and New Mexico, including tribal lands, posted the names on its website last month. A story published in The Tribune-News in 2011 Read More…

Jan 162015
 

By Linda Kor The City of Winslow has numerous projects in the works this year that will improve the appearance of neighborhoods and the services offered by the city. City Manager Stephen Pauken explained the larger of those projects and the benefits of those projects to the citizens of Winslow. “We will continue our initiative Read More…

Jan 162015
 

By Sam Conner The consent calendar approved by the Winslow City Council Tuesday evening included two major items, awarding a contract for the frontage road improvement project to McCauley Construction Company for $99,583.50 and authorizing the transfer of $275,000 for capital improvement projects. The amount authorized for capital improvements was raised from $200,000 to $275,000, Read More…

Jan 162015
 

Five people are in custody following a late Saturday evening shooting in Show Low. Shortly before midnight, police were dispatched to 760 N. Fourth Drive. Cory Kimmel, 19, was shot in the neck with a small-caliber handgun. He was taken to Summit Regional Medical Center and later transported to a Phoenix area hospital, where he Read More…

Jan 162015
 

By Sam Conner Former Winslow City Councilwoman Judy Howell has been an advocate for an improved animal care facility and improved management of that entity. She delivered a forceful indictment of the way the facility is being run during the call to the public at the last meeting of the Winslow City Council. She provided Read More…

Jan 162015
 

Many area businesses will be closed on Monday, Jan. 19, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. All city and county offices, the Holbrook and Winslow post offices, Northland Pioneer College, the Holbrook, Joseph City and Winslow schools, the Holbrook and Winslow senior citizens centers, Wells Fargo Bank and Bank of the West will Read More…

Jan 162015
 

By Tammy Gray The purchases of two properties were approved by the Holbrook City Council Tuesday evening, including the former Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) building on First Avenue across the street from city hall. Council members unanimously approved the purchase of the APS building for $1. City Manager Ray Alley explained that the city Read More…

Jan 162015
 

By Linda Kor With the resignation of Alberto Peshlakai, the Holbrook Unified School District will be seeking a new board member from the Indian Wells area. Superintendent of Schools Linda Morrow appointed Peshlakai to the position following the completion of Rosie Sekayumptewa’s term at the end of 2014. Peshlakai never actually served on the board, Read More…

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