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A Mid-Summer’s Day celebrated in Winslow

A Mid-Summer’s Day was Aug. 11 in Winslow, with free events and a variety of food for purchase.

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In stitches: Quilt Guild members gather at Hubble

Members of Winslow’s Quilt Guild worked in the Hubble building Aug. 22-24.

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Blue Ridge Yellowjackets hand Winslow Bulldogs first loss of season, 28-0

The Winslow Bulldogs met the Blue Ridge Yellow Jackets at Emil Nasser Stadium Aug. 17.

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Winslow Indian Education group seeks board members

Winslow Indian Education Group currently has openings for parents applying to be board members.

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Winslow Bulldogs kick off 2018 season against Blue Ridge

The Winslow Bulldogs will start the 2018 season on the familiar turf of Emil Nasser Stadium against the Blue Ridge Yellowjackets at 7 p.m. on Aug. 17.

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Winslow junior varsity football schedule set for season

The Winslow Bulldogs junior varsity football team will play nine games this season starting Aug. 16, against the Blue Ridge yellowjacket junior varsity in Pinetop.

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The Hopi celebrate Suvoyuki Day at Homolovi State Park

Suvoyuki Day at Homolovi State Park outside Winslow is a celebration of the Hopi’s culture and shared with the public Aug. 4.

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Old Trails Museum offers summer history highlight at La Posada focusing on sheep industry

In conjunction with a Mid-Summer’s Day in Winslow, the Old Trails Museum offers its 2018 summer history highlight Aug. 11 at 2 p.m. at La Posada Hotel with a focus on exploring Arizona’s sheep industry.

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Color Run wraps up WIHCC's 'Just Move It' campaign to promote healthy lifestyles

The Winslow color run was the final summer exercise event and was sponsored by Winslow Indian Health Care Center July 24. Held across the Navajo Nation, these twelve summer events were part of an ongoing effort by WIHCC to promote good health and reduce diabetes risk for Navajos.

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Publishers Clearing House announces winner in Winslow

On July 26, Alma Nelson of Winslow, Arizona was awarded a check for $50,000 and $10,000 each year for life.

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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.