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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.

Sep 172014
 

By Naomi Hatch This year’s 9/11 Remembrance was organized by the Snowflake Fire Department, and Chief Pat Hancock paid tribute to Fred Carnahan for the time and effort he put into organizing this event. A plaque was presented to Carnahan, and was accepted by Snowflake Town Manager Paul Watson and Taylor Town Manager Gus Lundberg. Read More…

Sep 172014
 

By Tammy Gray Navajo County is on its way to having access to cell phone location data for emergency calls. Assistant County Manager Homero Vela reported that the county is ready to move on to the second phase of a 911 emergency dispatch system upgrade. According to Vela, the first phase included updating and correcting Read More…

Sep 122014
 

By Sam Conner The Winslow City Council held a special meeting in executive session with Attorney David Brown of Brown and Brown Law Firm on Tuesday before its regular meeting. During that meeting legal advice was given and discussion was held regarding pending litigation associated with the Little Colorado River adjudication, legal issues regarding the Read More…

Sep 122014
 

By Tammy Gray Members of the Holbrook City Council have offered official support to a federal bill that would require at least two crewmembers on all freight trains. Council members approved a letter of support during a meeting Tuesday evening, with Councilman Richard Peterson requesting that his name not be included on the letter. Peterson Read More…

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