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Thomas Holl at Canyon Creek Logging and Show Low city staff put the city Christmas tree in place at Show Low City Hall Monday. The tree will o… Read more

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Arizona ranks dead last in per-student funding, according to a just-released national report based on 2019 data. Read more

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“Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters!” rings still in our brain place, bringing smiles at the silly stuff the gang got up to. This will be the fo… Read more

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While less charming than the source material, “Clifford the Big Red Dog” will keep the younger set in the seats for 90 minutes. None of the gl… Read more

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HEBER — The Navajo County sheriff sent out a press release Wednesday morning detailing a shooting in Heber, which resulted in the arrest of St… Read more

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Autumn has arrived with shorter days. As gardeners, this is the time of year we have been waiting for. The hard work, sweat and expense of the… Read more

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PINETOP-LAKESIDE — Chief Dan Barnes sent out the following information regarding arrests. Anyone accused of a crime is presumed by law to be i… Read more

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October students of the month at Nikolaus Homestead Elementary School are, front row from left, Aderra Moore, Adah Guevara, Jordan Pruett, Mar… Read more

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APACHE COUNTY — The Apache County Sheriff’s Office has reported that a beloved drug dog has died. “It is with great sadness that we announce t… Read more

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FLAGSTAFF — On Nov. 17 in the Coconino County Superior Court, former Navajo County Public Health Director Jeffrey P. Lee was sentenced to nine… Read more

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Navajo County Sheriff David Clouse sent out a press release on Nov. 16 about the department’s recent activity. All persons accused of a crime … Read more

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WHITERIVER — The White Mountain Apache Tribe (WMAT) moved to Phase I of their Reopening Phases as they came out of their second weekend lockdo… Read more

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WHITE MOUNTAIN LAKE — The public is invited to meet some of the White Mountains' most amazing authors at Claire’s Corner on Saturday, Nov. 20 … Read more

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George Washington Academy students honored in the Golden Rule Character Counts Program in October were, bottom row from left, Elizabeth Wyler,… Read more

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We are excited to celebrate a significant milestone for my Social Security: 60 million registrations! We thank each of you who took the time t… Read more

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People who struggle with low-income, limited English proficiency, homelessness, mental illness, and other challenges have historically relied … Read more

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Coming to the big screen by early Feb. 2022, White Mountain Apache Tribe Traditional Man and Actor Delrall Deane from Whiteriver and three war… Read more

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WHITERIVER — White Mountain Apache Ignacio “Nacio” Kenton, star of the independent feature film “Apache Leap” by Peridot Films, will be at Mia… Read more

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It's the start of the Christmas season, and for the students in the Show Low High School music program that means Feaste of Carols. Read more

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The Snowflake/Taylor Silver Creek Senior Center has been in operation since 1986. The center keeps busy with providing congregate meals, a Mea… Read more

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A year and a half ago, a new nonprofit, White Mountain Performing Arts, was in the middle of its first production, “Annie Jr.,” when COVID-19 … Read more

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We are compelled to see a movie that the producers spent $200 million to make. We sort of have to see it in order to honor their artistic and … Read more

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PINETOP-LAKESIDE — Even if you are not sure what it is, the RE:center, an outreach of the Church, is highly visible and has been answering nee… Read more

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