Thursday, October 18, 2018
Arizona May Lose The Sticker and Gain $1.7 Million

Arizona May Lose The Sticker and Gain $1.7 Million

Arizona drivers may soon be printing their proof of vehicle registration at home – Representative Michelle Ugenti-Rita, a Republican serving District 23, has introduced House Bill 2054 this week. If approved, HB 2054 would do away with the need to add a sticker to the top right corner of your license plate to prove you…
911 CENTER RECEIVED A CALL REGARDING A CHILD NOT BREATHING/POSSIBLE DROWNING

911 CENTER RECEIVED A CALL REGARDING A CHILD NOT BREATHING/POSSIBLE DROWNING

On Monday September 3, 2018, at 3:45 A.M. the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO) 911 center received a call regarding a child not breathing/possible drowning at 3363 Little Pine Dr. Overgaard Arizona. Heber Overgaard Fire responded along with NCSO Deputies. Fire personnel transported the victim Donavon to Summit Hospital where he was pronounced deceased. Deputies…

AROUND THE MOUNTAIN

Lane restrictions on State Route 277 between Snowflake and Heber extended...

Drivers who use State Route 277 between Snowflake and Heber should plan for continued lane restrictions and delays through Thursday, Nov. 1, for pavement preservation work. Since the project began earlier this month, work has been delayed because to rain and other weather conditions. The maintenance project is being extended one week to provide crews…

SHOW LOW CITY HALL IS EARLY VOTING CENTER

Show Low City Hall, 180 N. 9th Street, is designated by Navajo County as an early voting center for the November 6 general election from Monday, Oct. 15, to Friday, Oct. 19, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Voters will need to show a valid Arizona driver’s license in order to cast a ballot. Voters…

RACING SEASON CONTINUES THROUGH OCTOBER

Join the excitement as the fall BMX season continues until the end of October at the Show Low BMX track at Nikolaus Homestead Park, 1001 E. Mills. All races are held on Saturday and are USA/BMX-sanctioned, with registration and a practice run from 3 to 4 p.m. and the races beginning as soon as race…

STATE ROUTE 260 AND US 180 FOR PAVEMENT PRESERVATION WORK

Drivers who use State Route 260 and US 180 should expect lane closures and possible delays this week while pavement-preservation work is underway. ADOT advises drivers to plan for the following scheduled restrictions while crews apply a “fog seal” that will help extend the life of the pavement: • East and westbound State Route 260…

nationwide test postponed

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has announced that the nationwide test of Wireless Emergency Alerts and the Emergency Alert System, originally scheduled for September 20th, has been postponed to the back-up test date of October 3rd. The test will originate at 11:20 a.m. The test is being rescheduled due to ongoing response efforts to Hurricane…

FALL PLAY DAYS

Boys and girls, ages 5 to 12, can look forward to Harry Potter-inspired wizardly fun and creativity during fall break, Oct. 8 through 11, at Fall Play Days 2018. This drop-in recreation program runs Monday, Oct. 8, through Thursday, Oct. 11, from 8 a.m. to noon at the Show Low city campus teen center (620…

WINNERS OF BATTLE OF BANDS & VANS

Local favorite “One Eye High” was voted the best band and “HIbachibot Korean BBQ” of Cave Creek was voted the best food van at the Show Low Battle of the Bands & Vans held September 1st. Both were chosen by audience vote from among a field of seven bands and seven food vans, with each…

APPLE FESTIVAL

Enjoy a family-friendly Apple Festival on Saturday, Sept. 8th, from 3 to 8 p.m. at the Show Low City Park with contests, games, live entertainment and delicious treats. Free family activities — promising loads of fun — include cornhole, sack races, football toss, Frisbee toss, bobbing for apples, a photo booth and much more. Vendors…