Winslow News


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Winslow community egg hunt draws a crowd

The Winslow community Easter egg hunt draws a huge crowd.

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Community information: Old Trails Spring History Highlight ‘Legacies of the Past: Arizona Women who Made History’

The Old Trails Museum offers its 2019 Spring History Highlight May 4, at 2 p.m. at the Winslow Arts Trust Museum, 333 East Second Street.

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Assault at Winslow Junior High under investigation

A teacher at Winslow Junior High School has been fired and a criminal investigation has been launched following a tip from a concerned parent.

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Winslow Bulldogs edge Blue Ridge, lose to Payson

The Winslow Bulldogs, nearing the end of the season, played two games last week, claiming victory over Blue Ridge 7-6 April 16 and losing to the Payson Longhorns 7-1 April 19.

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Lady Bulldogs defeat Blue Ridge; win one, lose two at Las Vegas tournament

The Winslow Lady Bulldogs played four games last week, defeating the Blue Ridge Lady Yellowjackets 8-6 at their first game April 16 in Winslow.

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Art club raises $750 for hunger

On April 5, Winslow Junior High Art club raised $750 for people subject to hunger in Winslow through its “Empty Bowls” art auction.

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Q&A: Winslow's new city manager shares his impressions of Winslow

John Barkley is Winslow’s new city manager who started his tenure December 2018.

Winslow Council addresses street lights and weed control

During a call to the public at the April 9 Winslow City Council meeting, Deni O’Quinn spoke for another woman concerned about her safety because of a street light that is out.

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Winslow Soroptimist Club provides free prom dresses

The Soroptimist Club and Roberta Cano (Winslow activity coordinator) provided hundreds of gently worn formal dresses to students for the 2019 high school prom.

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Good Morning Winslow hosts Northland Pioneer College

On April 3, the Winslow Chamber of Commerce hosted Good Morning Winslow featuring Royce Kincannon from Northland Pioneer College.

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Winslow Cinema Society presents March classic movie of the month 'Selena' at Winslow Theater

Winslow Theater’s classic movie for March was ‘Selena,’ which showed to a capacity crowd March 27.

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Tates Auto group files for bankruptcy as FTC case continues in court

Richard Berry, the owner and manager of the Tate’s Auto Group and Linda Tate, the president of the company have filed bankruptcy on behalf of the company’s four dealerships.

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Butterfield pitches a perfect game in win against Blue Ridge Lady Yellowjackets

The Winslow Lady Bulldogs defeated the Camp Verde Cow Girls 5-1 in Winslow March 28.

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Congressman Tom O'Halleran visits Winslow

Congressman Tom O’Halleran spent the day having his staff answering specific issues constituents have, interfacing with their federal agencies.

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Wells Fargo receives mural

On March 31, in front of about 40 guests and Wells Fargo executives, the Winslow Wells Fargo branch was given a special composite mural based upon old photos from the city’s Old Tails Museum.