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Apr 172015
 

By Linda Kor The Navajo County Community College District Governing Board met Tuesday and approved a $38.5 million preliminary budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year. The board also set a date for a truth-in-taxation hearing to accommodate the increase in the primary tax levy by two percent. According to Northland Pioneer College Vice President of Read More…

Apr 172015
 

By Greg Perkins The Lady Wildcats have outscored their opponents 105-30 in their past five games, all of which counted toward their power point record, which stood at 9-3 heading into Thursday’s road game with Round Valley at Eagar. That mark placed the Joseph City squad 18th in the Division IV rankings with just five Read More…

Apr 172015
 

By Tammy Gray Citing code violations, a lack of effort to clean up the property and a potential hazard to children, the Holbrook City Council voted unanimously Tuesday evening to revoke a conditional use permit issued to Maverick Recycling. “I don’t think we should speculate, we need to look at what’s been presented,” Councilman Bobby Read More…

Apr 172015
 
Arizona Dirt Shirts Presented To Soldiers

Photo by Steve Pauken On Tuesday, Winslow Mayor Robin Boyd presented Arizona Dirt shirts to General Mark Toy and Colonel Kim Colloton of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for their support of the Winslow Levee Project. According to City Manager Steve Pauken, the levee is in the midst of a feasibility study to determine Read More…

Apr 172015
 

By Linda Kor During a meeting of the Navajo County College District Governing Board on Tuesday, the board approved a decision to allow Northland Pioneer College to take over the operation and control of the Northeastern Arizona Training Center (NATC) in Taylor. The facility has been used as a training facility for both fire and Read More…

Apr 152015
 

The Arizona Game and Fish Department is asking for the public’s help in finding those responsible for the illegal killing of a bull elk between the evening of Wednesday, March 4, and the morning of Thursday, March 5. The bull elk was located near the junction of Highways 60 and 61, north of the Stanford Read More…

Apr 152015
 

The Snowflake/Taylor Recreation and Parks Department is seeking umpires for the 2015 softball season. Umpires will be paid $12 to $14 per game depending on the league they are umpiring. To apply, call Don Camacho at 536-7103, ext. 225.

Apr 152015
 

By Greg Perkins The Snowflake Lobos defeated Round Valley on Tuesday of last week, 12-2, then went 3-2 overall at the Wolves Classic held in Goodyear, with games played on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Tuesday’s home game with Round Valley was controlled throughout by the Lobos, who won their seventh power point game of the Read More…

Apr 152015
 

By Greg Perkins The Snowflake Lobos easily captured first place at the Blue Ridge Invitational held last Friday.  The Lobos finished with 150 team points, well ahead of second place Payson with 72.  Show Low was third with 61.5. The Lady Lobos placed third in their division with 65.66 team points. Show Low took the Read More…

Apr 152015
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow Bulldogs ended a four game losing streak with wins over the Tigers 17-1 in Globe on Saturday, April 4, and the Payson Longhorns 13-12 in Winslow on Tuesday, April 7. They had previously lost to Camp Verde, 3-0, Blue Ridge, 3-1, Coconino, 15-4 and Mingus, 20-0. The two wins improved Read More…

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