Sunday, January 21, 2018
NAVAJO COUNTY LEADING THE WAY WITH LEADSONLINE

NAVAJO COUNTY LEADING THE WAY WITH LEADSONLINE

HOLBROOK – During the last several months the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office has recovered thousands of dollars’ worth of stolen property by utilizing the county based LeadsOnline technology. LeadsOnline is a technology service which is queried by all law enforcement throughout Navajo County. It can further be described as a property tracking system that documents…
WITH SNOW FORECAST, DON’T OVERESTIMATE YOUR ABILITIES, UNDERESTIMATE STORM

WITH SNOW FORECAST, DON’T OVERESTIMATE YOUR ABILITIES, UNDERESTIMATE STORM

PHOENIX – With snow forecast Saturday in Arizona’s high country and possibly reaching lower elevations than usual, please don’t underestimate the power of a winter storm or overestimate your ability to negotiate highways covered with snow and ice. Arizona Department of Transportation snowplows will be out in force, but driving conditions are expected to be…
Navajo County leading the way with LeadsOnline

Navajo County leading the way with LeadsOnline

HOLBROOK – During the last several months the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office has recovered thousands of dollars’ worth of stolen property by utilizing the county based LeadsOnline technology. LeadsOnline is a technology service which is queried by all law enforcement throughout Navajo County. It can further be described as a property tracking system that documents…
SNOWFLAKE MAN KILLED IN AN AUTOMOBILE COLLISION

SNOWFLAKE MAN KILLED IN AN AUTOMOBILE COLLISION

On Sunday January 14, 2018 about 4:37 pm, Ahrron Dagon Lange-De Paulo (44) of Snowflake was fatally injured in a two-vehicle head on collision which occurred east of Snowflake on Black Mesa Road. The Navajo County Sheriff’s Office received a call on Sunday January 14, 2018 about 4:37 pm regarding a two-vehicle accident with injury…

TREAT YOUR DAUGHTER TO A SPECIAL VALENTINE’S DAY DANCE

Dads and granddads can show the young lady in their life just how special she is at the ever-popular, annual Daddy Daughter Valentine’s Day Dance on Friday, Feb. 2, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Show Low city campus gymnasium, 620 E. McNeil. Enjoy two hours of dancing, music, popcorn and delicious edibles from…

SHOW LOW LIBRARY HOSTS DESSERT DATE NIGHT

Would you enjoy sharing an evening with your significant other? Come to Show Low Public Library, 181 n. 9th street, on Friday, Jan. 19th, for Dessert Date Night at 7 p.m. Couples 18 years of age and older are invited to attend this free event. Games, a yummy cheesecake bar and sparkling cider will be…

KID’S NIGHT OUT

For parents who want a free night to run errands, have a special date or want time for themselves, the City of Show Low hosts the next Kid’s Night Out this Friday (1/19), from 6 to 9 p.m. For kids, ages 5-11, to enjoy dinner, followed by board games to play plus a movie. The…

ENTERTAINER TERRY DAVIES, THE PIANO MAN, PERFORMS THE MUSIC OF BILLY...

Fans of Billy Joel and Sir Elton John will be treated to a multimedia performance by British entertainer Terry Davies, The Piano Man, and his backup band on Friday, Feb. 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the Show Low School District auditorium, 500 W. Old Linden Road. Tickets are $20 per person and available at Show…

“THE BOOK WAS BETTER” CLUB FOR ADULTS AT SHOW LOW LIBRARY

How many times have you said “The book was better!” after watching a film version of the same title? See if other readers agree at a new book club launched by Show Low Public Library which offers adult readers the opportunity to read a book, watch the movie of the same name and discuss the…

PLAYGROUND AT CITY PARK TO CLOSE TEMPORARILY

The playground area near the Little League field at Show Low City Park, 1100 West Deuce of Clubs, will close Monday, Jan. 29, for six to eight weeks, weather permitting, to allow city employees to prepare the area for and to install new playground equipment. The playground equipment consists of a single-story structure geared for…

YOUTH WHO ENJOY PLAYING GAMES WILL LOVE “GAME ZONE”

Youth ages 8 to 17 years who love to play games are invited to participate in the Game Zone every Friday from 1:30 to 4 p.m. at Show Low Public Library, 181 N. 9th Street. Children under 11 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. Choose from a selection of board games, card…

Tonto National Forest Announces a Fee-free Day

Tonto National Forest joins other federal agencies in waiving fees at day-use sites on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, January 15, the first of seven days the Tonto will provide people an easier way to experience national forests and grasslands, sometimes referred to as “America’s Backyard.” The fee waiver program is in cooperation with other…

The Cast Of This Is Us Turned The SAG Awards Into A Beautiful Pearson...

This Is Us won big at the 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday (January 21) — as if we'd expect anything less from...

Millie Bobby Brown Wearing Converse On The Red Carpet Is The Realest Thing Ever

Sometimes it's easy to forget that Millie Bobby Brown is only 13, because at such a young age, the delightfully charismatic Stranger Things star...

Alison Brie Breaks Silence On Brother-In-Law James Franco’s Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Just 10 days ago, actor James Franco was accused of sexually inappropriate and exploitative behavior by five women, including former students, in a bombshell...