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Apr 152015
 

By Naomi Hatch “We own the biomass facility, the old coal facility and about 7,200 acres surrounding this area,” said Brad Worsley, referring to Novo Star Sawmill as he gave an update to members of the Real AZ Development Council April 9. “We were the original builders of the biomass plant,” he said, noting they Read More…

Apr 102015
 
Homolovi State Park Telescope  To Offer Visitors Heavenly Views

By Linda Kor Northern Arizona is known for its dark night skies that allow the beauty of the constellations to be seen and appreciated with greater clarity by both professional and amateur astronomers. Thanks to a generous donation by a private citizen, the City of Winslow and Homolovi State Park are partnering to provide that Read More…

Apr 102015
 

A Show Low man was killed in a collision at the intersection of White Mountain Lake Road and State Route 77 Tuesday morning. At 7:23 a.m. on April 7, an Oldsmobile sedan entered onto SR 77 from White Mountain Lake Road without yielding and was struck in the driver’s side by a Mercedes driving north. Read More…

Apr 102015
 

The Holbrook High School Class of 1965 is celebrating its 50th anniversary since graduation by hosting the Ten Years of Class, Two Multi-Class Reunion on Saturday, June 13, at the Heward House in Holbrook. “We are making every effort to locate as many people who attended Holbrook High School in the 1960s as we can, Read More…

Apr 102015
 

“I am completely humbled and grateful beyond words to everyone who gave to NPC Friends and Family on Arizona Gives Day,” said Betsyann Wilson, executive director of the non-profit that raises scholarships to support the students of Northland Pioneer College. With donations totaling $14,234 at midnight on April 7, NPC Friends and Family raised more Read More…

Apr 102015
 

By Tammy Gray The Navajo County Historical Society is not just interested in preserving the history of local businesses and events, but that of local families as well. Thanks to new scanning equipment, the non-profit organization is offering scanning of historically significant family photos for individuals. Director JoLynn Fox explained that the offer to scan Read More…

Apr 102015
 

The 2015 Holbrook High School Grad Night Committee will meet at 6 p.m. on Monday, April 13, at Denny’s. The attendance of parents and other interested community members is very important in order for Grad Night to take place.  Shar Gillespie serves as chairman of the committee.

Apr 102015
 
Cats, Dogs & Puppies Too, Adopt A Pet That's Right For You

  Photos courtesy of the Holbrook Animal Shelter Among the animals ready for adoption at the Holbrook Animal Shelter is (top row, from left) Ana, a female Border Collie/Heeler mix. This gorgeous girl is about a year old and full of energy. She needs a home with lots of space to run. She’s got such Read More…

Apr 102015
 
Our Heritage In Photos: Navajo County Court House-1916

Photo courtesy of the Navajo County Historical Society This is the Navajo County Courthouse, built in 1898 with Gallup brick, as it appeared around 1916. Several chimneys served the wood stoves used to heat the building. In the late 1920s an addition was built on the back of the courthouse to house a steam heat Read More…

Apr 102015
 
Holbrook Senior Citizens Center Parking Lot Improved

Photo by Matthew Barger The parking lot at the Holbrook Senior Citizens Center and Extended Care received a much needed resurfacing, thanks to funds provided by a Community Development Block Grant. Hatch Construction & Paving of Taylor was awarded the contract for the project, which was completed this week.

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