Winslow News


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Bulldogs Advance in State Tournament, Girls Season Ends

The Winslow Bulldogs advanced in the Arizona State 3A Conference Championship Tournament with a 50-32 win over the Show Low Cougars in Eagar on Feb. 18.

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Indian Education Committee meets in Winslow

The first meeting of the Winslow School District’s Indian Education Committee took place Jan. 30.

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Art and poetry at Winslow Visitors Center

Seventeen local poets gave readings of their compositions, alternating with one poem at a time at the Winslow Visitors Center.

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Photo highlights: Bulldogs win against Show Low and Snowflake

The Winslow Bulldogs basketball teams beat Show Low Feb. 3 and the Lady Bulldogs won against Snowflake Feb. 9 .

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Expert shares 1881 Apache uprising history

Retired anthropologist Miles Gilbert addressed the Winslow Homolovi Archaeology meeting held at the Winslow Visitor Center Feb. 8 with a comprehensive review of the 1881 Apache uprising at Cibecue Creek.

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Old Trails Museum presents Winter History Highlight Feb. 12 at La Posada Hotel

The Old Trails Museum presents its 2017 Winter History Highlight at 3 p.m. Feb. 12, at La Posada Hotel, 303 East Second Stree, in La Posada’s Ballroom for author Lisa Schnebly Heidinger’s free presentation of Fireside Stories.

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The Holbrook Hash Knife Pony Express rides through Winslow

The Holbrook Hash Knife Pony Express makes its first stop at the Winslow Post Office Feb. 2 The mail is delivered to Scottsdale, Arizona by a continuous relay of horse riders, beginning in Holbrook, Arizona.

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Good Morning Winslow

Dr. Greg Hackler, from the Standing on the Corner Foundation, explained some of the 17-year history and improvements that are ongoing to the iconic corner in Winslow, Arizona, made famous by the Eagles song, “Take It Easy.”

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Behind the scenes: making a Winslow High School sporting event crowd ready

Behind the scenes at every Winslow High School sporting event are many people who make the activity possible.

Winslow’s NAACP branch celebrates Black History Month with events throughout February

The Winslow branch of the NAACP is celebrating Black History Month by putting on events throughout the month for the community of Winslow.

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Slice of Life: Bulldog basketball coach, teacher in 16th year at Winslow schools

The Navajo-Hopi Observer sat down with Jerron Jordan, who teaches fifth and sixth grade at Washington Elementary and also coaches Winslow High School girls’ varsity basketball.

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Photo highlights: Winslow residents honor Martin Luther King Jr. with downtown ceremony

In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, more than 60 people assembled at the Route 66 Park in downtown Winslow.

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Community garden a possibility

Allison Hephner, from Navajo County Public Health Department, presented community garden concepts as pioneered in Show Low as a county project.

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Republic County High School marching band visits Winslow on way to Fiesta Bowl parade

On Dec. 30, the Republic County High School marching band from Belleville, Kansas stopped in Winslow to get some practice in while on their way to participate in the Fiesta Bowl parade.

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Winslow created and sustained by rail

Winslow, Arizona was founded two miles west of the Little Colorado River as a division point for the Santa Fe Railroad in 1880.