Each year, students from Winslow High School fan out through Winslow collecting canned food. This year there are about 60 students participating.
Winslow Indian Health Care Clinic held its annual Christmas Bazaar Nov. 1 in Winslow.
Through November 2019, Lyle Harvey will be offering a series of talks and demonstrations regarding family cohesion using Navajo culture.
The city of Winslow held its Halloween party at the Winslow Visitor Center Oct. 24.
The Snowflake Lobos defeated the Winslow Bulldogs 34-6 Nov. 1 in Snowflake.
The Red Sands School celebrates during the 4th annual Family Fall Fun Fest Oct. 19 at the refurbished National Guard Armory in Winslow.
The USA Porsche Club stopped for lunch in Winslow in Oct. 3.
Winslow held its annual quilt show, displayed by the Material Girls, in September at the Winslow Elks Club.
Winslow held its 25th annual Just Crusi’n Car Show Oct. 4-5 with 187 cars in various hot-rod configurations.
The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Holbrook Roadrunners 49-8 Oct. 11 in Holbrook. The victory improved Winslow’s record to 7-1 and left Holbrook with a zero-7 record.
Winslow Indian Health Care Center held a wellness camp for kids in October at Red Sands Christian School.
Winslow’s annual Standin’ On the Corner Festival took place Sept. 28.
Carol Davis coordinates the 21st Century Program, which is an enrichment program with many facets in the Winslow Residential Hall. Davis presented at the Sept. 4 monthly meeting of Good Morning Winslow and presented details on the Winslow Residential Hall.
The group held a practice archery shooting session for students at the range, located 9 miles north of Winslow.