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Snowflake/Taylor Police Report March 8-14, 2023
The following incidents were among the 338 handled by the Snowflake-Taylor Police Department (STPD) during the period of March 8-14. Persons who were cited, charged or arrested by STPD officers are accused of committing a civil violation or of criminal activity, but such accusations should raise no inference of guilt.
Snowflake/Taylor Collisions March 7-14, 2023
Two collisions were investigated by Snowflake-Taylor police officers during the period of March 7-14, according to dispatcher reports. At 7:43 a.m. on Wednesday, March 8, a two-vehicle collision with injuries occurred in the 1300 block of South Main Street in Snowflake. The vehicles involved were a white Chevy Silverado truck and a black Dodge Durango. The individuals involved were Michael Trevino, 30, of Mesa and Sophia Saenz, 36, of Phoenix. According to the report, Trevino was driving southbound and stopped at a yield sign for an approaching vehicle when he was struck from behind by Saenz. Saenz was cited and released for following too closely and no mandatory insurance. No information was included regarding potential injuries.
HPD Damage March 8-14, 2023
One case of damage was reported to the Holbrook Police Department during the period of March 8-14, according to dispatcher reports. At 1:18 p.m. on Monday, March 6, a person reported a house window in the 400 block of Anita Drive sustained damages valued at $200.
Page High School fabrication team places third at competition
Five students from Page High School’s welding program competed in a welding and fabrication contest in Holbrook in February. Page’s fabrication team took third place. The members of the team were Maximus Nez, Davison Fuller and Dylan Whitehat. “I think it was a very good experience for them,”...
SR 377 closed between Heber-Overgaard, Holbrook
PHOENIX – State Route 377 is closed in both directions between Heber-Overgaard and Holbrook, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. The highway is closed between milepost one and 33 due to standing water. There is no estimated reopening time. If weather conditions continue to deteriorate or crashes occur...
Lady Lobos cruise past Window Rock, 20-1
Snowflake played two regular season contests before heading to a tournament in the Valley. On Tuesday, they cruised past visiting Window Rock by a final of 20-1. Wednesday’s home game with Chino Valley didn’t go quite as well. Hosting the Scouts, the Lady Lobos were tied with Window...
HHS track team competes in Safford invitational
Prior to spring break, Holbrook’s track team competed in the Safford Bulldog Invitational meet on March 10. In the girls 100-meter dash, Kaelina Shepard placed 18th, with a time of 14.62; Arianna Gallegos, 37th; Matteah Franklin, 40th; and Felicity Pizell finished 41st. In the 200-meter, Shepard placed 14th, with...
Police looking for owner who abandoned sick dog at Pinetop-Lakeside humane society
PINETOP-LAKESIDE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - The Pinetop-Lakeside police department is searching for the owner who abandoned a sick dog at a humane society on Friday morning. Police say the dog was left in ‘deplorable conditions’ at the Humane Society of the White Mountains around 9:30 a.m. The dog is a heeler between five and six years old and wearing a red collar with a green leash. Police say the vehicle that dropped off the dog is a white 4-door Chevrolet or GMC with a black flatbed, diamond plating, and damage and paint missing at the passenger side front wheel well.
NPC Talon Gallery's “Inside the Translucent Light” closing reception Friday, March 24 includes a free public demo and art giveaway
Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC) Talon Gallery at the Show Low campus will host a public reception including a free live demonstration and art giveaway by fine art photographers Cyd Peroni and Nancy Miiller on Friday, March 24, 2023, from 4 – 6 p.m. The artist’s friendship and passion...
Lady Wildcats trounce the Lady Roadrunners
The Lady Wildcats defeated the Lady Roadrunners on Monday afternoon by a final of 13-2 to keep their impressive unbeaten streak alive. That streak currently stands at 13 with only one of those games not being decided by 10 runs or more. Monday’s game with Holbrook was a methodical win...
Arizona grandma's dying wish to be buried in M&M casket
SNOWFLAKE, Ariz. — A beloved grandma and teacher's handmade M&M-themed casket has been seen by millions across the globe. With the help of her son, Mary Stocks Martin, 86, spent months designing, building, and painting a very unique casket that was kept a secret from the rest of her family. William Martin, one of Mary's grandchildren, said they didn't find out about it until the day of her funeral.
Snowflake Lobos earn back-to-back wins
The Lobos picked up back-to-back wins on Wednesday and Thursday of last week, opening up their regular season schedule with two power point victories. Playing in Chino Valley on Wednesday, Snowflake started slowly with two runs through the first three innings. However, in the top of the fourth, they broke open a tie game with an 11-run inning taking command of the game. The Lobos tacked on two more in the fifth and final inning of the 15-3 road win.
School board approves new assessment system
The Holbrook Unified School District (HUSD) No. 3 Governing Board met last Tuesday, during which the board approved Performance Matters as a new assessment system for grades 1-12. The assessment system will replace Northwest Evaluation Association Measures of Academic Progress (NWEA MAP) that is currently being used for benchmark assessments.
Sheriff’s Area 3 Report Feb. 26-Mar. 4, 2023
The Navajo County Sheriff’s Office reported the following activity in Area 3 during the period of Feb. 26 -March 4. Area 3 includes Heber, Overgaard, Aripine, Chevelon Retreat, Chevelon Acres, Antelope Valley, Clay Springs and Pinedale. Persons who were cited, charged or arrested by deputies are accused of committing criminal activity, but such accusations should raise no inference of guilt.
Arizona hospital CEO exits
Shawn Morrow is no longer CEO of Show Low, Ariz.-based Summit Healthcare, the White Mountain Independent reported March 10. "The governing board, in consultation with Shawn Morrow, has mutually agreed that it is in the best interest of the organization to make a change in CEO leadership," board Chairman Paul Watson told staff in a March 7 letter, according to the newspaper.
Around Winslow: Week of March. 15
The Clear Creek Cowboys will be riding along the Territorial Road out of Holbrook and arrive in Winslow with the mail delivered to the Winslow Postmaster, Arthur Gonzales, at the "Standing on The Corner." Riders will visit Bonnie Brennan, Winslow Chamber, Winslow Post Office and Holbrook. See the full schedule at facebook.com/CLEARCREEKCOWBOYS.
Council instructed regarding best practices for council-manager form of government
During the Holbrook City Council meeting Thursday, March 9, the council heard from the League of Arizona Cities and Towns Executive Director Tom Belshe, who spoke on council best practices and open meeting law. Belshe explained the council-manager dynamic that the city uses and the roles each member and staff...
HPD Thefts March 1-7, 2023
The Holbrook Police Department received five reports of theft during the period of March 1-7, according to dispatcher reports. At 8:46 a.m. on Wednesday, March 1, an employee of Tractor Supply, located at 1521 Navajo Blvd., reported the theft of a hat, lead rope and batteries valued at $103.91. At...
I-40 westbound closed near Holbrook
PHOENIX – The westbound lanes of Interstate 40 are closed near Holbrook, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. The closure is due to a crash at milepost 273, which is between Holbrook and Winslow. Motorists are advised to expect delays and seek an alternate route. There is no...
Roadrunners drop first regular season game
Holbrook dropped their only regular season game last week prior to going 2-1 at the Joseph City Invitational over the weekend. Hosting Round Valley on Wednesday the Roadrunners fell behind the Elks early trailing 6-1 after two innings. Round Valley extended that lead to 10-1 with four in the third, then finished Holbrook off with two runs in the fourth under the 10-run rule.
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