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Springerville Ranger District Wallow West Prescribed Burn Scheduled
November 15th
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Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests Offices Closed Thanksgiving Day
November 15th
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Black Mesa Ranger District Plans Prescribe Burn within the Rodeo-Chediski Prescribed Burn Area
November 9th
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Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests Offices Closed in Observance of Veteran’s Day on November 12
November 9th
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Postponed: Alpine Ranger District Plans Broadcast Burn
November 8th
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Alpine Ranger District Plans Broadcast Burn
November 6th
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November 16th
Sareya Taylor, daughter of Lyle and AnnDenise Taylor-Sands and granddaughter of Danny Sr. and Rita (Walker) Taylor, attended Princeton University this past summer for the Junior State of America’s summer program.
November 16th
Voter turnout was heavy across Arizona for the November 6 election. Statewide 60.78 percent of the 3.72 million registered voters cast ballots. In Apache County, 51.28 precent of its 49,800 voters turned out. In Navajo County, 58.97 percent of the…
November 16th
HOLBROOK — A criminal trial against 18-year-old former Snowflake High School student and athlete Joey Fish, who stands accused of sexually assaulting a fellow student in a locker room on Nov. 20 2017, is scheduled to begin Feb. 6, 2019.
November 16th
SNOWFLAKE — “For many are called, but few are chosen.” Dave Marshall, pastor of Calvary Chapel Snowflake in Snowflake, is obviously one of the chosen. “If it wasn’t for Jesus,” he said, “I would be in the grave or…
November 16th
As final vote counts overturned front-running candidates in races across the state, here in the White Mountains there were no surprises in the final outcome of the local races.
November 16th
SHOW LOW — Here is a brief update on three Show Low business projects in various stages of development: