Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
Sat, April 04

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Todd Roth, for the Navajo-Hopi Observer

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The Santa Train stopped in Winslow Dec. 14 where Santa and Mrs. Claus greeted residents as part of the town's annual tradition.

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The Winslow Arts Council offered cash prizes for the first three winners of the annual Christmas Lights Contest.

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Winslow’s annual Standin’ On the Corner Festival took place Sept. 28.

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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.

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HOLBROOK, Ariz. — Navajo County Sheriff David Clouse, along with the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO) Detention staff opened a pod May 21 within the Navajo County Sheriff Office (NCSO) jail specifically for veterans who are held in custody.

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On Feb. 19, the world’s largest Navajo rug was moved from cold storage at Northern Arizona University to the La Posada Hotel Museum.

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The Navajo-Hopi Observer had the opportunity to talk to Loye Engelhardt, owner of the AM radio station in Winslow.

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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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A ribbon cutting ceremony rededicating Vargas Field was held March 6 in Winslow.

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Dalton Motors is located in downtown Winslow, on old Route 66.

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