• June 2, 2015

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Employees raise, donate hundreds of dollars to cancer center

SHOW LOW —  Cellular One employees raised more than $300 in October to benefit local Summit Healthcare Cancer Center.

Gesa Abbott, Erin Drury join Pioneer Title branches

WHITE MOUNTAINS — Pioneer Title Agency has announced that two new employees have joined the company in the Heber and Pinetop offices.

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Medical center welcomes new occupational therapist

SPRINGERVILLE — The White Mountain Regional Medical Center has a new occupational therapist.

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Business Talk: Analyzing the jobs report

Wall Street started out rocky the first week of May. By Friday May 8, the Dow Jones had skyrocketed 250 points to finish at 18,188.78 because of the positive jobs report. This was its biggest gain in three months. According to a Wall Street article on Monday morning, investors like Michael Antonelli, an equity sales trader at Robert W. Baird said, “People are still digesting the job report.” 

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Join Elks in Flag Day ceremony June 14

Did you know that the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks proposed an annual Flag Day recognition way back in 1907? It was at the Grand Lodge Convention in Philadelphia, Pa. (the City of Brotherly Love!), that the Grand Exalted Ruler, Henry A. Melvin, suggested a couple of dates and it was decided and declared June 14 as “Elks Flag Day.”

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Tate’s Craig three-peats GM Gold

SHOW LOW — Tate’s GMC/Buick’s Warren Craig II received special recognition for becoming a three-year “certified top performer” for outstanding product knowledge and customer service.

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Frontier regional president brings $10K back to the community

SHOW LOW — Becky B. Potts, president for the national region of Frontier Communications, came to Show Low on April 24 for two tasks relating to Summit Healthcare.

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Washington Federal promotes Eric Thorpe to assistant VP

SHOW LOW — Washington Federal has promoted Eric Thorpe to the role of assistant vice president of the bank’s Show Low branch, which is located at 1301 E. Deuce of Clubs in Show Low.

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Cellular One launches Business Solutions Division

SHOW LOW — Cellular One has launched an entirely new division of the company called Business Solutions, which offers a variety of “highly relevant and vitally important” technologies to businesses, schools and hospitals in the White Mountains, on the Navajo Nation and in the Four Corners, including but not limited to: cloud computing, cloud backup, mobile device management and disaster recovery.

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Real estate local forecast: ‘Definitely brighter’

WHITE MOUNTAINS — It’s a new year and the outlook on the housing market is definitely brighter. After all, 2014 was the best year in the U.S. economic recovery since the recession of 2008-2009. Here is the 2015 Real Estate Forecast, according to Chief Economist Johnathon Smoke of Realtor.com.

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NPC’s financial report earns excellence award

CHICAGO — The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada has awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to the Navajo County Community College District for its comprehensive annual financial report, or CAFR, for the fiscal year ending June 2014.

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Insurance agent Melissa Covington earns top honor for customer service

SHOW LOW — Melissa Covington, an American Family Insurance agent in Show Low, has been recognized for providing outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program.  

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High Country Barbershop Chorus selects new director

Darbi Jo Zuccato of Show Low has accepted the position of director for the High Country Barbershop Chorus. She will take over that position in January. Zuccato succeeds ‘Doc’ Dockendorf, director emeritus for the chorus. He is the chorus’ founder and longtime director.

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Outstanding business

Rob Ingles of the Pinetop-Lakeside People's Voice Committee presents PVC's annual business award for "outstanding business and community pride" to Janet Pierson and Peggy Preiss of the Woodland Lake Resort. The award was presented at the Nov. 6 Pinetop-Lakeside Town Council meeting.

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Employees raise, donate hundreds of dollars to cancer center

SHOW LOW —  Cellular One employees raised more than $300 in October to benefit local Summit Healthcare Cancer Center.

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Registered nurse Roberta Osburn earns credential

SHOW LOW — Roberta Osburn, a registered nurse at Summit Healthcare, is among 124 registered nurses who passed the Infusion Nurses Certification Corporation’s September 2014 Certified Registered Nurse Infusion examination.  

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NPC Board Highlights - Incentive scholarship programs help NPC students reach goals

Two Northland Pioneer College scholarship programs launched this fall and three new grant opportunities through the NPC Friends and Family Alliance are already helping students reach their education goals.

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Show Low Auto Parts celebrates 10 years

SHOW LOW — Show Low Auto Parts is celebrating 10 years in business this month. Owners Al Dynes and wife Brenda moved to Show in 2000, just before the Rodeo-Chedeski Fire, to get out of the Valley.

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Conference promotes products, services in Indian Country

HON DAH — The Second Annual Native American Business Alliance Conference, held Oct. 7-8 at the Hon-Dah Conference Center, promoted products and services to the small business market in Indian Country.

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Dr. Alan Lee joins Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Center in Pinetop

PINETOP-LAKESIDE — Dr. Alan Lee, a longstanding medical optometrist in the White Mountains area, has joined Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Center and will continue to provide eye care and vision solutions for his patients at his clinic, Dr. Lee Eye Center, at 43 W. White Mountain Blvd.

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NPC’s Hatch receives Outstanding Chief Business Officer award

Blaine Hatch, Northland Pioneer College’s vice president for administrative services, was one of three recipients of an Outstanding Chief Business Officer award presented by the Community College Business Officers during the community’s annual convention in San Antonio, Texas.

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