The Winslow High School softball team won a game and lost one recently and had another for which no results were known at press time. The Bulldog baseball team lost a pair of games during that same time frame.
The Lady Bulldogs had an interesting and productive series of games in Payson on March 16, 17 and 18.
Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye urged the secretary of health and human services to examine the quality of care and services provided by the Indian Health Service (IHS) at a meeting between the secretary’s tribal advisory committee March 8.
At the beginning of March, Navajo Nation Council members were invited to provide opening remarks during the 2017 Navajo Nation Agriculture Elected Officials Summit, which started on Feb. 27 and concluded on March 1.
The Winslow City Council met March 14, 6:45 p.m.
The Winslow High School baseball and softball teams have been active and successful recently. Both teams have won most of their recent contests. The girls most recently played in a tournament at Goodyear.
In addressing tribal economic diversification, Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye said the Nation needs to move away from coal and oil based revenue generation while addressing infrastructure needs, workforce development and expediting processes for business development.
Before the groundbreaking ceremony March 10 for the new Teesto Chapter House, Vice President Jonathan Nez said the facility would bring healing to the community that lost their former chapter house to arson.
On March 7, the Budget and Finance Committee (BFC) received a report from LeChee Chapter officials regarding proposed business plans to develop a Lower Antelope Canyon Visitor Center and campground near Page, Arizona.
President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez celebrated all women on International Women’s Day, March 8.