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Nov 062014
 

By Tammy Gray Every business in Arizona will have to renew its transaction privilege tax (TPT) license before Jan. 1 or risk a penalty. Holbrook City Manager Ray Alley urges all business owners to read the information being sent out by the Arizona Department of Revenue along with the usual monthly reporting forms. “Don’t throw Read More…

Nov 062014
 

By Naomi Hatch Members of the Snowflake Unified School District Governing Board discussed debt overview and refunding of outstanding bonds during a special meeting held Oct. 28, then approved a resolution regarding the sale and issuance of refunding bonds in an effort to keep the district tax rate as level as possible. “In an effort Read More…

Nov 052014
 

Due to the recent fire at the Winslow Masonic Temple, the York Rite bodies will meet at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 5, on the second floor of the Winslow Elks Lodge, located at 315 W. Third St.

Nov 052014
 
Taylor Seeks To Inspire Others With His Home-Grown Forest

By Linda Kor The geography in Holbrook is known primarily as open lands and Tamarisk bushes, with the most common reference to trees indicating petrified ones. But one local man is making it his life’s work to help change that. Rick Taylor has lived in Holbrook since the 1970s. As a transplant from Missouri, the Read More…

Nov 052014
 

The Snowflake/Taylor Recreation and Parks Department is looking for referees for the 2014-15 basketball season. Referees will be paid $18 per game for city league games and $14 per game for church league games. There will be two referees assigned to each game. Games are scheduled between 6 and 10 p.m., Monday through Thursday. To Read More…

Nov 052014
 
Whiting Resigns From Council To Serve As County Supervisor

By Naomi Hatch Oct. 28 was a memorable day for Jason Whiting. That morning he was appointed and sworn in as District III’s representative to the Navajo County Board of Supervisors, and that evening he tended his resignation as vice mayor and council member for the Town of Snowflake. Whiting also withdrew his name as Read More…

Nov 052014
 

Help the Snowflake/Taylor community celebrate the Christmas spirit by giving recognition to your business, church or a family member with a decorated light pole for the annual Frontier Drive Christmas Display, scheduled on Saturday, Dec. 6. This year organizers are asking that the poles be lighted with red and white tube lights, because the trees Read More…

Nov 052014
 
Ninety-Nine Years Make  For A ‘Wonderful Life’

By Naomi Hatch Fay Stratton celebrated her 99th birthday on Oct. 24 with a party at the Carriage House in Snowflake. “They had a big cake,” Fay said. “It was wonderful, everybody sang Happy Birthday, and the day was full of visits and phone calls. It was just a really good day. “It was a Read More…

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