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May 072015
 

Members of the Holbrook Painted Desert Kiwanis Club will observe Worldwide Kiwanis Prayer Week May 24-30. Meeting at the Holbrook Senior Citizens Center at 6:30 a.m. on Thursday, May 28, club members invite members of the community to join them. Clergy of the area will be the special guests of the club. Pastor Jimmy Nelson Read More…

May 072015
 

By Tammy Gray Free entrance to the swimming pool will be offered to youngsters once again this summer by the City of Holbrook. Children up to 15 years of age can swim for free during open and night swimming sessions. Reduced rates for youth and adults will also remain in effect. Youth between 16 and Read More…

May 072015
 

By Linda Kor Holbrook Elks Lodge No. 2450 held its annual Youth Awards Banquet May 4, honoring students from Holbrook Junior High School, Holbrook High School, Joseph City Junior High School and Joseph City High School with awards and scholarships for their academic and athletic excellence. JCHS Students of the Month included Krista Edwards, Koby Read More…

May 072015
 
Special Young Barrel Racer  Aims To Challenge Others

Courtesy photo Aaliyah James, the first disabled barrel racer to compete with the Southwest Junior Rodeo Association, made her first run in competition with her dad, Ted Spencer, guiding the horse by leadline at a rodeo in Bird Springs. By Tammy Gray “Time to ride?” is one of the favorite refrains of 13-year-old Aaliyah James, Read More…

May 062015
 
Las Joyas Del Desierto Dancers  Take Their Talents On The Road

Photo courtesy of Las Joyas del Desierto Members of Las Joyas del Desierto recently attended the International Mariachi Conference in Tucson, where they had the opportunity to perform for a large crowd. Among the performers were Lucia Morales, Sydney Weatherford, Chanlyr Sanchez, Annalise Castellano, Paty Weatherford and Cecy Enriquez. Group members also learned new dances, Read More…

May 062015
 

Mark your ride calendars for Saturday, Sept. 19, the date of the third annual Pedal the Petrified, a non-competitive cycling tour of Petrified Forest National Park presented by Northland Pioneer College Friends and Family. This ride is limited to only 200 riders, who will enjoy a supported ride for all levels and capabilities. The event Read More…

May 062015
 
Poetry Café

Photo by Talaina Fisher The Holbrook High School Class of 2015 let loose on Friday with a dance performance paying homage to music throughout the years during . Each year the school hosts the all-day performance event, allowing students to tap into their inner creativity in a variety of performing arts presentations

May 062015
 

Northland Pioneer College celebrates its 41st Commencement on Saturday, May 9, at the school district auditorium, 500 W. Old Linden Road in Show Low. Admission to the ceremony, which begins at 1 p.m., is restricted to individuals with reserved seat tickets. Doors to the auditorium open at noon. This year, 608 students have applied for Read More…

May 062015
 
Dog Adoptions

Photos courtesy of the Holbrook Animal Shelter Dogs ready for adoption at the Holbrook Animal Shelter include (left to right) Asha, a female red heeler mix, who needs an active family, preferably with children as she loves to play with them. She’s good with most other dogs unless they act aggressive toward her. Her name Read More…

May 062015
 
Brian Richards Selected As  Snowflake Town Manager

Photo by Naomi Hatch Snowflake Town Manager Paul Watson congratulates his successor, Finance Director Brian Richards, who was appointed to the post on April 28 and took over the reins three days later. By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Town Council was unanimous in its approval of Finance Director Brian Richards as the new town manager Read More…

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