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Feb 192015
 

By Linda Kor Tourist season is just around the corner and thousands of tourists will be descending upon the region each week, stopping at landmarks, grabbing lunch at a diner that has remained unchanged for 60 years, and snapping selfies next to dinosaurs, wigwams and a “girl, my Lord, in a flatbed Ford.” The charm Read More…

Feb 192015
 

In the weeks leading up to an election, we are happy to provide space to area readers for their letters concerning the candidates or issues, providing the letters are in good taste and are not libelous. Even so, we usually receive letters for publication just before the election when there would not be adequate time Read More…

Feb 192015
 
SHS Broadcast Class Training  Trip To California Approved

Photo by Naomi Hatch The Snowflake High School Broadcast class was given board approval to travel to California March 4-7 to attend training.  Students in Denice Westover’s Television and Film class, including (left to right) Leah Flake, Forest Fish, Nicholas Cantor, Fernando Chee, Gianna Diaz, Cymanee Palmer and William Oak, had prepared a two-minute video Read More…

Feb 192015
 

Photo by Naomi Hatch Kerry Ballard was elected last week to serve as Snowflake’s vice mayor. Prior to the council’s vote, Councilman Terril Kay noted that Ballard had his vote because he has been so willing to serve the community for so many years, he gets involved and he has a great love for the community.

Feb 192015
 

A Lenten Soup Kitchen will be offered by the Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Fridays, Feb. 20, and 27, and March 6 and 20. Members of the parish will serve a different no-meat soup each week along with a grilled cheese sandwich and an ice cream sundae for a Read More…

Feb 192015
 

What should Northland Pioneer College look like in the future? That is the question being posed at community Listening Sessions this spring in Snowflake, Show Low, Holbrook and Winslow. “NPC is facing statutory expenditure limitations. We are asking for the public, community leaders, students and college employees to provide ideas and suggestions on how to Read More…

Feb 192015
 

By Tammy Gray What began as a simple idea for a walking trail on unused city land may turn into a full-fledged athletic park for the City of Holbrook. Councilman Bobby Tyler initially asked city staff to investigate the possibility of creating a community walking path on property just south of the Little Colorado River. Read More…

Feb 192015
 

Photos courtesy of the Holbrook Animal Shelter The Holbrook Animal Shelter has many fine dogs and cats looking for a good home, including these (shown left to right) Samoa, a male Bull Terrier mix, is very shy, but he’s an escape artist. He is very young and playful, and shows no aggression. Sheldon, a young Read More…

Feb 192015
 

The Navajo County Spelling Bee will be held at 2 o’clock this afternoon (Feb. 18) at the Snowflake High School Auditorium. Approximately 47 finalists of local spelling bees will be present to compete for trophies and medallions. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three finishers. The top speller will advance to the Arizona Read More…

Feb 132015
 

By Sam Conner A presentation on LED street lights was given by Robert Adams, president of C&W Energy Solutions, was given to the Winslow City Council Tuesday evening. He explained that LED lighting is based upon blue light and that some city street lights now are using such lights, which are much more efficient, cost Read More…

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