Monday, September 24, 2018
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…
US 180 narrowed to one lane between St. Johns and Springerville Sept. 5 – 14

US 180 narrowed to one lane between St. Johns and Springerville Sept. 5 –...

The Arizona Department of Transportation is advising drivers to plan for traffic delays on US 180 between St. Johns and Springerville beginning Wednesday, Sept. 5, as work resumes on a pavement preservation project. US 180 is scheduled to remain narrowed to one lane of alternating north- and southbound travel through Friday, Sept. 14. Traffic restrictions…

AROUND THE MOUNTAIN

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…

THE BOOK WAS BETTER

Which is better, the book or the movie? The Book was Better Club for adults (ages 18+) meets on Thursday, Sept. 13, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at Show Low Public Library to discuss the book and watch The Time Traveler’s Wife. Participants must read the book prior to the Sept. 13th discussion and movie,…

ENTER DRAWING FOR CORNHOLE BOARDS AT SHOW LOW LIBRARY

For the next two months, competitors who love playing cornhole have a chance to purchase tickets to win two sets of custom-made cornhole boards, complete with bean bags. Tickets are $5 each or six for $20, available for purchase at 181 N. 9th Street during business hours. Winner will be notified to pick up the…

SHOW LOW TO HOLD PRIMARY ELECTION ON AUGUST 28

Registered voters in the City of Show Low are reminded of the primary election on August 28 for three council seats and one ballot proposition regarding the 2018 General Plan. Voters may select up to three of four candidates. Show Low voters may vote at either the city campus gym at 620 E. McNeil or…

SHOW LOW LIBRARY SELLING SPECIALLY DESIGNED 2019 CALENDARS

Support Show Low Public Library by ordering a unique, specially designed 2019 calendar, titled “Protect, Educate & Serve,” featuring library employees and local first responders, on sale now until October 1st for $15 each. Or order a baker’s dozen—pay for 12 calendars and get one free! Each month features a library employee with a supporting…