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Jan 212015
 

By Naomi Hatch When Snowflake Public Works Superintendent Terry Cooper was hired, one of the first questions he asked was whether the town had a snow removal plan. He was told it doesn’t snow in Snowflake, but just a few weeks later, they had two feet of snow. Cooper presented a snow management plan to Read More…

Jan 212015
 

By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Town Council approved corrected boundary lines affecting the Snowflake Golf Course, subject to review by its legal counsel, at a meeting held Jan. 13. Discrepancies in the boundary lines between the golf course, the new nine holes and Temple Estates were discovered when Kirk Brimhall of Temple Estates was doing Read More…

Jan 212015
 
Lewis Is Named To Snowflake Council

By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Town Council appointed Byron Lewis to fill a vacant seat on the council last week. The vacancy was created by the resignation of Jason Whiting, the sole candidate for mayor, and the appointment of Councilman Tom Poscharsky as mayor. The town advertised the position, asking interested individuals to submit a Read More…

Jan 212015
 

The charges against five people levied in connection with a shooting incident that occurred in Show Low on Jan. 10 have been announced. 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 Read More…

Jan 212015
 

By Greg Perkins Just four Joseph City Wildcats wrestlers competed at the Doc Wright tournament held in Winslow over the weekend. The foursome of Trey Tuckfield, Wryden Richards, Tyler Gardner and Kolton McCormick finished with four team points, all gathered by Richards, who posted a 2-2 record in the 126 lb. weight class. Tuckfield wrestling at Read More…

Jan 212015
 

By Tammy Gray Holbrook Fire Chief Cary Simpson reported that the volunteer department has three new firemen who have completed required classes, but additional volunteers are still needed. Simpson offered an annual report to the Holbrook City Council on Jan. 13. He noted that there has been interest in volunteering from community members, but it Read More…

Jan 212015
 

By Greg Perkins Theron Johns led Holbrook’s wrestling team by capturing the top spot in the 126 lb. weight class at the 51st annual Doc Wright Invitational held in Winslow over the weekend. Johns went 5-0, winning the title match 10-3 over Kendall Foster of Chino Valley. Both wrestlers now have season records of 33-4. Johns was Read More…

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…

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