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Dec 052014
 
Earthquake Felt In Area

A magnitude (M) 4.7 earthquake shook Sedona and Flagstaff Sunday evening. The event occurred at 10:57 p.m. on Nov. 30 about seven miles north of Sedona, near Munds Park, and was also felt in Winslow and Joseph City. The earthquake and smaller aftershocks were shallow, with depths estimated at 1.3 miles. More than 1,100 people Read More…

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By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Heritage Foundation continues its annual Twelve Days of Christmas celebration, and encourages everyone to decorate their homes and businesses for the Christmas season if they haven’t already. In 1997, the foundation came up with a theme for the town, Snowflake, the Town Where the Christmas Spirit Lives All Year Long. Read More…

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The Winslow Woman’s Club will host its 29th annual Tour of Homes to be held from 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6. All proceeds will benefit Alice’s Place, a women’s empowerment center. Tickets are $5 in advance or $7 at the event, and may be purchased by calling Susan at (928) 587-0534, or Read More…

Dec 032014
 

By Naomi Hatch Members of the Taylor Town Council held a special session Nov. 18 regarding a proposed agreement transferring ownership of the Northern Arizona Training Center (NATC) to Northland Pioneer College (NPC). The special session was required to ratify the agreement prior to the Navajo County Community College District Governing Board meeting. In an Read More…

Dec 032014
 

The Arizona Department of Transportation began a project in May to replace the existing bridge at Five Mile Draw on State Route 77 approximately six miles north of Snowflake. Half of the current three-span concrete slab bridge has been replaced and traffic has now been diverted onto the newly constructed section. The last section of Read More…

Dec 032014
 

Navajo County Fair, Inc., is accepting letters of intent for the annual election scheduled at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 7, in the Open Class Building at the county fairgrounds in Holbrook. To serve as a director on the Navajo County Fair Board, you must be sponsored by a current director and submit your letter Read More…

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By Tammy Gray Navajo County Supervisors continue to plead with Congress to fully restore the Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) program. Board members approved sending another round of letters to Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick, and Senators Jeff Flake and John McCain asking them to find a way to ensure funding before the end of the Read More…

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