The Winslow Bulldogs, nearing the end of the season, played two games last week, claiming victory over Blue Ridge 7-6 April 16 and losing to the Payson Longhorns 7-1 April 19.
The Winslow Lady Bulldogs played four games last week, defeating the Blue Ridge Lady Yellowjackets 8-6 at their first game April 16 in Winslow.
Stan Bindell, media teacher at Hopi High School, has been nominated for the Arizona Interscholastic Press Association (AIPA) Forest R. Martin Award, the top award in the state for a high school journalism teacher.
On April 5, Winslow Junior High Art club raised $750 for people subject to hunger in Winslow through its “Empty Bowls” art auction.
John Barkley is Winslow’s new city manager who started his tenure December 2018.
During a call to the public at the April 9 Winslow City Council meeting, Deni O’Quinn spoke for another woman concerned about her safety because of a street light that is out.
The Winslow Bulldogs track teams participated in three meets recently at Joseph City, Show Low and Blue Ridge.
The Winslow Bulldogs began play in the Wolves Invitational Tournament in Goodyear April 4 where the Combs Coyotes defeated the Bulldogs 8-7 in a hotly contested game.
The Winslow Lady Bulldogs defeated the Camp Verde Cow Girls 5-1 in Winslow March 28.
The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Sedona Red Rock Scorpions 12-2 March 18 in Winslow.
The Brown Mug Café in Winslow is proud to be celebrating 61 years in 2019.
During the March 12 Winslow City Council meeting, Vice Mayor Bob Schlesinger praised Public Housing Director Kim Salazar for the job she has done since taking over the position.
The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Fountain Hills Falcons 16-9 in Cave Creek March 9.
The Winslow High School track teams participated in their first meet in Flagstaff March 2, where they saw some promising performances. The track team attended a second meet March 9 at Mesa Community College.
The Winslow Lady Bulldogs softball team blitzed the Sedona Red Rock Lady Scorpions 19-0 in their opening game of the season in Winslow.
The Navajo-Hopi Observer office is currently closed because of extreme weather conditions and will potentially remain closed until Monday, Feb. 25.
The Winslow Lady Bulldogs defeated the Ganado Lady Hornets 38-32 in the Arizona State 3A Conference Championship Tournament.
The Winslow High School varsity basketball teams won two games each last week.
The Winslow High School varsity basketball teams had two games each last week with the boys and girls teams beating their rival, the Snowflake Lobos.
The Winslow boys’ basketball team had a good week winning all three of their games, two of them on the road, while the Winslow girls lost two of their three games.
Both Winslow High School varsity basketball teams defeated the visiting teams from Holbrook at in Don Petranovich Gymnasium Jan. 11.
The Winslow High School basketball teams were successful in 2018 and expect to be playoff teams.
The Winslow Lady Bulldogs won two of their three games last week, defeating Tuba City and Chinle but losing to Window Rock.
On Dec. 3, the Winslow Police Department received calls of shots fired in the 900 block of West Second Street in Winslow.
Homes and businesses in Winslow dressed up in their holiday best for the Christmas season.
The Winslow Lady Bulldogs defeated the Flagstaff Lady Eagles 50-32 to win the Pepsi Invitational Tournament in Flagstaff Dec. 8.
Around the Rez: Week of Dec. 12
Holbrook High School junior Jaken Todacheenie captured first place at the National Team Roping rodeo Nov. 23 in Wickenburg.
On Dec. 7, the Navajo Indian Irrigation Project Negotiation Subcommittee (NIIP) received updates and discussed the Navajo Nation’s position of hemp production.
On Nov. 28, Council Delegate Tuchoney Slim, Jr. met with the National Park Service regarding concerns of activities within the Glen Canyon National Recreational Area, Rainbow Bridge National Monument and Antelope Point, all areas located near Page, Arizona.
The Navajo Police Department heard from the public during the first of a six-listening sessions scheduled by the Office of Chief of Police.
George Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st president of the United States of America, passed away Nov. 30 at the age of 94.
The Winslow Bulldogs played well and won three games while losing one in the Red Rock/Pagos Pizza Classic Tournament at Sedona.
The Winslow City Council met Nov. 13 and adopted a human rights ordinance with a vote of 4-3.
The Winslow Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs will start their 2018-19 basketball seasons at Flagstaff Nov. 20 against the Flagstaff Eagles and Lady Eagles.
A $5.1 million loan with the city of Winslow will be used to replace and upgrade infrastructure at the city’s wastewater treatment plant.
The Northwest Christian Crusaders defeated the Winslow Bulldogs 49-6 in the first round of the 3A Conference Football Playoffs Nov. 2 in Phoenix.
The Winslow Bulldogs learned Oct. 27 that they will play in the Arizona State 3A Conference Football Tournament Nov. 2.
The Snowflake Lobos defeated the Winslow Bulldogs 24-0 in Winslow Oct. 26 in Winslow.
The city of Winslow and Alice’s Place Violence Shelter provided a forum on the problem of domestic violence in Winslow Oct. 18.
President Russell Begaye met and congratulated Niagara Rockbridge, a member of the Navajo Nation Youth Advisory Council (NNYAC) who was recently crowned Miss Indian Arizona 2018-2019 Oct. 13.
Ken Zoll of Verde Valley Archaeology Center explains meteorite science history during an Arizona Highlights which is presented by Old Trails Museum in Winslow.
The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Holbrook Roadrunners 50-0 Oct. 5 in Winslow. The win improved Winslow’s record to 5-3 and dropped Holbrook’s record to 1-5.
The Show Low Cougars defeated the Winslow Bulldogs 35-18 Sept. 28 in Show Low’s homecoming game.
The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Tuba City Warriors Sept. 21 in Winslow’s homecoming game. The win improved Winslow’s record to 4-2 and left Tuba City at 1-4.
The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Tanque Verde Hawks in Tucson Sept. 14 in Tanque Verde’s Homecoming game. The win improved Winslow’s record to 3-2 and left Tanque Verde at 1-3.
On Sept. 5, Navajo County Manager Glenn Kephart and Sheriff Kelly “KC” Clark were presented by the Winslow Chamber of Commerce during a monthly mixer.
The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Chinle Wildcats 26-0 in Winslow Sept. 7. The win evened Winslow’s record at 2-2 and left Chinle with a record of no wins and three losses.
Winslow’s Justice Court is in Precinct 2 and overseen by Judge B. J. Little.
The Winslow Bulldogs journeyed to Kayenta and met the Monument Valley Mustangs on Aug. 24, defeating the Mustangs 43-28. Because of lightning, the game had a late start.