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Apr 222015
 
Molly Bukowski Ready To Race

Molly Bukowski, a 15-year-old sophomore at Snowflake High School, is looking forward to the Trapper Days Ty King/Eli Hoffman Memorial Skateboard Race scheduled May 23 in Taylor so that she can meet other skaters from the area. Molly and her family moved to Snowflake last August. She was born into a downhill skating family. When Read More…

Apr 222015
 
Holbrook Animal Shelter Full Of Friendly Felines

Photos courtesy of the Holbrook Animal Shelter Dogs ready for adoption at the Holbrook Animal Shelter include (top) Asha, a female red heeler mix. She needs an active family, preferably with children, as she loves to play with them. She’s good with most other dogs unless they act aggressive toward her. Her name means happy, Read More…

Apr 222015
 
Eagle Scout Project Results  In Garden For TES Students

By Naomi Hatch Jake Hall, who has two brothers attending Taylor Elementary School, completed his Eagle Scout project by helping students at the school build and organize a garden box. Irene Hunt, a health educator for Navajo County Health Services, wrote curriculum for the teachers, and provided a handout for the students on health and Read More…

Apr 222015
 

By Naomi Hatch The Town of Snowflake now has a pavement management program. The program inventories and rates the condition of the 49 miles of road in Snowflake town limits. Public Works Superintendent Terry Cooper gave a power point presentation on the program, which is a set of planning tools used to aid pavement management Read More…

Apr 222015
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow High School track teams finished near the middle of the 21-team field of the Blue Ridge Invitational meet held April 10 at Lakeside. The Winslow girls were 10th and the boys were 13th. The Snowflake boys won their meet by a huge margin 150 points to just 72 for second Read More…

Apr 222015
 

By Naomi Hatch Snowflake has been listed as No. 1 among the Best Cities for Young Families in Arizona in a story by Jonathan Todd posted April 13 on nerdwallet.com. He noted that the state’s population has increased 750 percent since 1950, while during that same period the U.S. population increased only 103 percent. “When Read More…

Apr 222015
 

By Greg Perkins The Lobos outscored last week’s three opponents a combined 30-1 in wins over St. Johns, Alchesay and Globe. Playing at St. Johns on Monday, the Snowflake squad blanked the Redskins 10-0 in five innings. Tyler Hansen worked the five frames, giving up just one hit with a walk and struck out eight Read More…

Apr 222015
 

  Photo by Linda Kor There were some very happy kids in Joseph City last week as the pool at Joseph City High School reopened. The pool had been closed for deep cleaning and the installation of a new ventilation system that has been engineered to ensure proper air quality and humidity levels are maintained Read More…

Apr 222015
 

By Greg Perkins Holbrook finished sixth in the boys’ division and fifth in the girls’ division of the Mogollon Invitational track meet held last Friday. Thirteen teams competed in the meet. Round Valley took the boys’ team title with 189 points, Blue Ridge was second with 131 and Mogollon placed third. In the girls’ division, Blue Read More…

Apr 222015
 
New Billboard Design  Makes Sense For Holbrook

By Tammy Gray A billboard design, as well as a new advertising campaign for Holbrook, was selected by members of the Holbrook City Council April 14. The new campaign will feature the slogan Holbrook: It Makes Sense, which will appear on the billboard, as well as postcards and print ads, according to Community Development Director Read More…

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