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Mar 252015
 
Spring has Sprung in Holbrook

Photos by Talaina Fisher Spring is here and nowhere is it more apparent than on Alonzo and Shari McLaws’ ranch outside of Holbrook, where baby goats were born last week. Showing off the new babies are Judy (left) and Zoe McLaws.

Mar 192015
 

The annual First Step Salad Luncheon will be held from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 16, at the Holbrook Stake Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Tickets are $6 per person. The event is sponsored by the LDS Stake Relief Society with the support of the interfaith community Read More…

Mar 192015
 
The Navajo County Historical Society

Photo by Tammy Gray Not only do long-time residents of Holbrook celebrate the history of the area, but historians, Route 66 enthusiasts and those looking for a taste of the Wild West also enjoy the community’s colorful past. The Navajo County Historical Society, which works to preserve not only photographs such as this one documenting Read More…

Mar 192015
 

The Arizona Department of Transportation will begin a project on Monday, March 23, to make improvements to the Leroux Wash Bridges on Interstate 40 just west of Holbrook. The $1.2 million project will include removing and replacing both bridges’ approach slabs and repairing both bridge decks. The project is anticipated to be completed this fall. Read More…

Mar 192015
 

By Linda Kor The Holbrook Unified School District serves a diverse group of students living within a geographic boundary of 1,500 miles. The challenges presented to the district involves serving students who live far from school and face socioeconomic challenges in their daily lives on top of academic demands. A report compiled by the district’s Read More…

Mar 192015
 

By Tammy Gray Although the long-term drought outlook remains unchanged, Navajo County’s short-term drought status received an upgrade, thanks to rain and snowfall in late February. According to a report issued by the Arizona Drought Preparedness Plan Monitoring Technical Committee last week, most of Navajo County is now experiencing moderate drought rather than the severe Read More…

Mar 172015
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow Elks Lodge recently honored 15 public service personnel from the Winslow Police Department, the Winslow Fire Department, the Arizona Department of Corrections in Winslow, the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office and the Arizona Department of Public Safety. Those honored were presented awards at a meeting at the Elks Lodge, and the Read More…

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