Jan 162015
 

By Tammy Gray A federal survey that has moved Navajo County out of the low to moderate household income range could make it difficult for the county to use grant funds to purchase emergency dispatch equipment, the board of supervisors learned during a meeting on Tuesday. “Apache County is the only one that qualifies under Read More…

Jan 142015
 
WPD Is Seeking Suspect In Attempted Homicide

The Winslow Police Department is seeking a suspect who was reportedly involved in an attempted homicide that occurred at approximately 2 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 10. According to police, an altercation took place at PT’s Bar after which Wyte Young Jr. followed the people involved to their residence in the 400 block of North Kinsley Read More…

Jan 142015
 

Winslow High School will be hosting FAFSA Night for students and their parents or guardians to assist with filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The FAFSA is the mandatory online form used to qualify for a Pell Grant, and is required by most universities, community colleges and technical schools offering financial aid Read More…

Jan 142015
 

By Naomi Hatch “Get involved in your students future” is the message Margaret White hoped to get out as she spoke during the call to the public portions of the Jan. 7 Taylor Town Council meeting and the Jan. 8 meeting of the Snowflake Unified School District Governing Board. She also planned to address the Read More…

Jan 142015
 

By Naomi Hatch Last week, the Taylor Town Council approved spending $3,000 over two years on a geocaching event that is being organized by the Apache and Navajo County Mayors and Council Association. Councilman Jason Brubaker explained that one of the objectives of the geocaching event is to bring people to the area. This will Read More…

Jan 142015
 

By Naomi Hatch “It’s ongoing,” said Taylor Mayor Fay Hatch of the talks regarding the fire/ambulance intergovernmental agreement between Taylor and Snowflake as he gave an update to the town council last week. “Some of the agreements we discussed need to be written up before it can be brought to the council for a vote.” Read More…

Jan 142015
 
NAVIT Superintendent Offers  Annual Roundup Of Program

By Naomi Hatch The Snowflake Unified School District will receive $159,101, a .25 average daily membership (ADM) reimbursement for students who participate in the Northern Arizona Vocational Institute of Technology program for the 2015 fiscal year, NAVIT Superintendent Matt Weber, advised the district governing board last week. In making his annual report on the NAVIT Read More…

Jan 142015
 

By Naomi Hatch Though Arizona no longer has building renewal funding, $2 million has been allocated to cover needs for school facilities, Snowflake Unified School District Business Manager Mark Ollerton advised the district governing board last week. Ollerton noted that the district applied for grants from the School Facilities Board to replace doors and hardware Read More…

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