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Apr 152015
 
Snowflake USD Well Represented At Navajo County Spelling Bee

Photo by Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Unified School District was well represented at the recent Navajo County Spelling Bee as its students brought home both first and second place honors. The district governing board recognized the winners April 9, including Brenna Johnston (right), a student at Snowflake Intermediate School who earned first place at her Read More…

Apr 152015
 
Ancient Landscapes Of The Southwest Is Topic For Sunday’s History Highlight

The Old Trails Museum will continue its History Highlight series when geologist Wayne Ranney presents Ancient Landscapes of the American Southwest at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 19, at La Posada Hotel, 303 E. Second St. in downtown Winslow. Ranney will use photographs, illustrations, and paleogeographic maps to take attendees on a fascinating tour through Read More…

Apr 152015
 
Paul Watson Resigns To Take  Position With Navajo County

By Naomi Hatch Snowflake Town Manager     Paul been named to the newly created post of assistant county manager with emphasis on economic development for Navajo County. Watson has been town manager for seven years, leading the town through the economic downturn that caused loss of jobs and businesses in the community, and working to bring Read More…

Apr 152015
 

The fourth annual Holbrook Head Start Picturing America Art Show will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 16, at the Hulet Elementary School gym. The public is invited to come and celebrate the Week of the Young Child and view the artwork of a variety of artists in the community and Read More…

Apr 152015
 
New Splash Pad Under Construction For Holbrook Citizens

Photo by Linda Kor City workers have begun work on the splash pad behind the City of Holbrook offices on First Avenue. The pad itself will be 50’x60’, while the remainder of the park will be filled with features that can be used year-round, including two ramadas, a batting cage, a bocce ball area and Read More…

Apr 152015
 

The fourth annual Holbrook High School Fusion Alumni Concert will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 22, at the George Gardner Performing Arts Center on the HHS campus. Special alumni guests will include acoustic storyteller Leland Crowther, and Fusion Rock All-Stars Lanny Newton Pender, Emerson Jackson, Page Rutherford and Matt Cano. Tickets are Read More…

Apr 152015
 

By Tammy Gray April 21 has been designated as a day for parents to talk to their children about alcohol use. According to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), that conversation should begin when your child is as young as 8 years old. In Navajo County, survey results show that alcohol use rises steadily among students Read More…

Apr 152015
 

By Naomi Hatch The last in a series of Listening/Idea Sessions with Northland Pioneer College President Dr. Jeanne Swarthout at the Silver Creek Campus in Snowflake was held April 8, with Swarthout answering written questions that had been submitted by the public to Snowflake-Taylor Chamber of Commerce President Patti Matyas. One question centered on what Read More…

Apr 152015
 

By Linda Kor The Arizona Supreme Court ruled last week on two cases that will prohibit prosecutors from denying medical marijuana users the use of marijuana while they are on probation. The ruling stems from one case involving a man convicted of possessing marijuana for sale in Cochise County, who was forbidden from using marijuana Read More…

Apr 152015
 
Pat Hancock Resigns As Snowflake Fire Chief

By Naomi Hatch Snowflake Fire Chief Pat Hancock has tendered his resignation, effective May 11. His last day was April 3, and he is taking vacation until the effective date. Hancock began his employment with the Town of Snowflake on Dec. 8, 1994, and was hired as fire chief in July 2003 after serving four Read More…

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