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Jungle Jane brings reptiles and birds to Winslow

Winslow Library brought Jungle Jane from Phoenix to introduce Winslow kids and adults to reptiles and birds as part of it summer full of fun events.

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Photo highlights: Hatahlii Connection in Winslow helps people bond

Hatahlii Connection is owned and operated by Dawnna Ybarra, who is a certified integrated equine gestalt coach.

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Winslow High School athlete receives scholarship to American Indian College

A recent Winslow High School graduate and captain the 2018 State Championship basketball team will be attending American Indian College in Phoenix this year.

City Manager Stephen Paulken announces retirement at City Council meeting

Winslow City Manager Stephen Pauken reported has submitted a resignation letter, effective Jan. 4, 2019.

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Winslow's Youth Summer Mission program a success

The First Indian Baptist Church Youth Summer Mission program in Winslow ended July 12 in Winslow with a potluck dinner, evening prayer service and a full house.

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Winslow patriotism on display at Freedom Fun Fest

On July 4, the city of Winslow hosted a festival at Stadium Park with activities and a patriotic parade in which children showed off their Independence Day themed vehicles.

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Third annual Winslow Antiques Appraisal Fair July 14 at Old Trails Museum

If you’re ever wondered about that old family heirloom, bring it to the third annual Winslow Antiques Appraisal Fair July 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Winslow Visitor Center/Hubbell Trading Post.

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Winslow's first responders host kids for an educational day

The Winslow Library summer program hosted first responders June 26.

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26th annual Wellness Conference presents Diné way of life

The 26th annual WIHCC Wellness Conference, in conjunction with the 13th annual Youth Wellness Conference, was held at Winslow Jr. High June 19 at the Old Gym.

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The Hays Sisters grace Winslow with their pitch perfect gospel harmonies

The Navajo-Hopi Observer had the opportunity to talk with Winslow’s Hays sisters, Mary and Brenda, about their life and music.

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Understanding technology through STEM in Winslow

In a recent effort to encourage students to become interested in technology based education as a career Northland Pioneer College put on a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) event in Winslow.

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Taste of Winslow showcases catering services

Around 100 people sampled food during the annual Taste of Winslow fundraiser June 6 at PT’s Bar patio.

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Kids learn to play instruments at Band Day in Winslow

On June 13, as part of the library’s summer offerings, Tyler Allen, who teaches band and orchestra at Winslow Junior and Senior High School, brought instruments to Winslow Library for children to sample.

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Getting creative at Winslow Library culinary event

Kids assembled their own pizza June 7 at the Winslow Library culinary event. After assembly, the pizzas went into the ovens for baking and warm pizzas were delivered to their creators, where they were promptly devoured.

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Material Girls quilting guild say thank-you to veterans

Winslow's Quilt Guild, who are named "Material Girls" presented four handmade quilts to veterans June 9.