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Sep 172014
 

By Naomi Hatch ACT and REACH are parts of an effort to define the culture and expectations of the Snowflake Unified School District. “As talked about at a work session, we would like to bring these before the board and make them official documents in the district,” Superintendent Hollis Merrell advised the board Sept. 11. Read More…

Sep 172014
 

By Tammy Gray “If the council will give me permission, I’m going to start tearing stuff out and have it built by next summer,” Holbrook City Manager Ray Alley said regarding construction of a splash park. Alley met with a vendor on Sept. 11 regarding the feasibility of constructing a splash park in the empty Read More…

Sep 172014
 

By Naomi Hatch Members of the Snowflake Town Council approved an additional $6,100 for Arizona Department of Transportation design review on the Seventh South reconstruction project at their Sept. 9 meeting. The town was informed by ADOT on July 30 that there will be a $10,000 to $18,000 shortfall in design review for the Seventh Read More…

Sep 172014
 

By Naomi Hatch A four-year lease of the Cavalry Building was granted to Snowflake-Taylor American Legion Post 126 by the Snowflake Town Council Sept. 9. The post has leased the building for the past 10 years, but the lease expired Aug. 11. Members of the post attended the meeting seeking renewal of that lease for Read More…

Sep 172014
 

By Linda Kor Voter turnout appeared to be a little too high in one area of Navajo County during the August primary election, as reports show that it had more than 100 percent turnout. According to Navajo County Elections Director Johnathan Roes, the North Heber Precinct showed a voter turnout of 125 percent due to Read More…

Sep 172014
 

The Snowflake-Taylor Chamber of Commerce will host the 14th annual Snowflake Harvest Fest/Business Expo on Saturday, Oct. 11, at Pioneer Park. There will be arts and crafts, wagon rides to the Willis Family Farm pumpkin patch and corn maze, food, entertainment and activities for children. If you are interested in having a booth for your Read More…

Sep 172014
 

In the Aug. 22 edition of The Tribune-News, it was incorrectly reported that Bernice Kaibetony was cited for driving on a revoked license. The individual who was cited was actually Lambert Kaibetoney, 40, of Winslow. We apologize for any problems this error may have caused.

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