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Sep 122014
 

By Tammy Gray District III Supervisor Sylvia Allen’s resignation was accepted, and a procedure established for filling the vacancy by the Navajo County Board of Supervisors during a meeting on Tuesday. Allen submitted her resignation in order to run for the state senate and fill a position left open on the ballot due to the Read More…

Sep 122014
 

By Tammy Gray Unit 2 at Cholla Power Plant in Joseph City is slated for closure in 2016. The closure will eliminate approximately 30 positions at the plant, but according to Arizona Public Service Company Vice President of Fossil Generation David Hansen, the positions should be vacant by that time due to natural attrition, such Read More…

Sep 102014
 

The 2014 Navajo County Fair is scheduled Sept. 10 to 14. Pre-sale tickets for the demolition derby and rodeo are now on sale for $10 each, which includes admission into the fair, and either the demolition derby or the rodeo. Also available are pre-sale carnival tickets at $18 each, which are good for 10 rides Read More…

Sep 052014
 

By Linda Kor The Winslow Unified School District Governing board voted unanimously Aug. 20 to negotiate and possibly accept a settlement offered by Field Turf USA, Inc. The board had authorized the district’s attorneys to proceed with litigation involving Field Turf USA in 2012 after problems began to surface regarding the turf and the resolution Read More…

Sep 052014
 

By Linda Kor Winslow is gearing up for the 16th annual Standin’ On The Corner Festival, an event that draws crowds from all over the state and includes some of the state’s top music acts. This year’s venue includes a great mix of rock, country, rhythm and blues, jazz and more from bands such as Read More…

Sep 052014
 

By Tammy Gray Although nothing is certain, Holbrook City Manager Ray Alley is looking into the possibility of constructing a splash park behind city hall. Splash parks typically consist of sprinklers, fountains, showers and sprayers, often shaped like animals, that allow children to play in the water without being submerged. They are popular in large Read More…

Sep 052014
 

By Linda Kor A local family discovered the body of a Native American woman while they were riding ATVs on dirt trails on the northwest side of Holbrook on Sunday, Aug. 31. According to Police Chief Mark Jackson, at approximately 8:11 p.m. Sunday, the body of Linda Yesslith, 44, of Holbrook and Jeddito was discovered Read More…

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