A Native American Festival was held at Winslow High School’s student union featuring dancers, Diné food and drumming by the New Boyz.
The Winslow Art Council’s The Big Tiny Art Show was held Nov. 16 at the Elks Club Hall.
When officers arrived, they found a male victim, later identified as Matthew J. Keyonnie, 36, of Winslow, unresponsive with stab wounds to the chest.
The society then elected new board members and held a review of last year’s activities.
One recipient had been judged by Winslow residents voting and the other was judged by coworkers at the Police Department, these included Alejandro Barron and Ron Blass. Blass has 20 years of experience in a previous police command position.
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.