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Alleged sexual predator was local resident

Tommy Siqueiro III, the 36 year-old Tucson man implicated in a sexual exploitation case and captured by U.S. Marshals in San Francisco Oct. 9, previously worked as the Executive Director of Haven Health, a nursing home organization in Show Low as recently as September, 2016.The Independentreached ou

PAYSON ROUNDUP - 2018-10-18 12:00:00

Native Americans face hurdles when voting

In November, voters will see a record number of Native American candidates on the ballot running for all areas of government; state legislatures, governorships and Congressional seats.Today, just 81 Native Americans hold office in state legislatures across the U.S. No Native women or Alaska Natives

PAYSON ROUNDUP - 2018-10-18 16:02:00

35th annual Apache Jii (Day) celebration Saturday in Globe

Admission is free to the celebration, which will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, in front of the courthouse, at the corner of Broad and Oak Streets, one block east of Highway 60.

ARIZONA SILVER BELT - 2018-10-17 19:26:03

Five obstacles for Native voters in the November midterms

In November, voters will see a record number of Native American candidates on the ballot running for all areas of government; state legislatures, governorships and Congressional seats.

THE-JOURNAL.COM - 2018-10-17 13:09:00

YCSO accepts challenge to take part in food drive

The challenge was issued by Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Jail Commander Capt. Don Bischoff as a way to help communities and to start a friendly competition. The Apache County Sheriff’s Office and the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office, which are located in the other two of the state’s corners, have a

YUMA DAILY SUN - 2018-10-19 01:45:00

New City of Batavia manager says he welcomes community input

Martin D. Moore, Ph.D., the new manager of the City of Batavia, was the center of attention on Wednesday afternoon, but he was quick to mention that it’s the residents who come first.

THE BATAVIAN - 2018-10-18 11:57:20

ATF increases reward in pawn shop owner's murder to $10,000

PINETOP, Ariz. — The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) is now offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who killed Michael Sattinger on March 5 of this year.


NPC hosts career panel Oct. 30

WHITERIVER — What skills are federal, state and tribal employers looking for in potential workers? Find out at a free Career Panel from 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Oct. 30, at Northland Pioneer College’s Whiteriver Center, 720 S. Chief, across from Alchesay High School.Representatives from the Arizona


Prep football rankings - Oct. 16

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'Show Low Shines' parade applications available now

SHOW LOW — Parade applications for Show Low’s annual Christmas Light Parade on Saturday, Dec. 1, are available at Show Low City Hall (180 N. 9th Street), Family Aquatic Center (1100 W. Deuce of Clubs) or by emailingcpeppard@showlowaz.gov. Parade entry fee is $20, with a registration deadline of Nov.


Show Low City Hall is early voting center from Oct. 15-19

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


NAMI offers hope to individuals suffering with mental illness

Are you living with mental illness? There is help and hope. NAMI White Mountains Connections (peer support group) is open to adults 18 and over who are living with mental illness. The confidential group is held the first and third Thursday of the month from 6-7:30 p.m. at White Mountain United Metho


Prescribed burns planned on Fort Apache Reservation

If weather conditions are favorable, the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the White Mountain Apache Tribe will begin prescribed burning Monday, Oct. 22.Approximately 28,000 acres are targeted to be treated by either pile burning or broadcast burning.


Teacher accused of sexual conduct with student refuses plea offer

NAVAJO COUNTY — A former Show Low teacher accused of sexual conduct with a student has turned down a plea offer from the county attorney.The plea was offered to former Show Low classroom paraprofessional Judy Fabok, 46, of Pinedale, by County Attorney Brad Carlyon.“The plea was to admit count one —


Forest Service investigating two horses found shot near Heber-Overgaard

HEBER/OVERGAARD — Two free-roaming horses were found dead Thursday and Friday off of Forest Service Roads 51 and 50 in the Apache-Sitgreaves Nationals Forests. The horses appear to have been shot but that information has not been confirmed by the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests representatives.A


Get Out for Oct. 12-18

Editor’s note: Please check for changes before going out to an event. The Get Out! calendar runs every Friday. To submit an item, email it tocruiz@wmicentral.comor mail it to P.O. Box 1570, Show Low, AZ 85902. Attn: Corrine Ruiz. Note: Please include location address of the event.Friday, Oct. 12LAKE


Show Low library computer classes offered

The Show Low Public Library offers computer classes. The classes are free, but registration is required. To register and for more information, stop by the library or call the computer lab at 928-532-4065. Please leave a message, if no one is available to answer your call.More about Microsoft Word 20


Wiffle Ball Home Run Derby set for Oct. 27

SHOW LOW — The first ever Wiffle Ball Home Run Derby, sponsored by the Show Low High School baseball team, will take place Saturday, Oct. 27, from 10 am to 2 pm at the Show Low Little League Field. The winner’s prize is half of the entry fees.The cost for each round is $5 and there is no limit on th


Clubs & meetings for Oct. 16-22

Tuesday, Oct. 16EAGAR: Eagar Town Council held on first and third Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Eagar Town Council Chambers, 22 W. 2nd St. Note: The second regular meeting of the month may be cancelled depending on whether there is business to be conducted.LAKESIDE: White Mountain Rotary Club meets at no


Library hosts Halloween book cart carnival Oct. 26

SHOW LOW — Show Low Public Library will host a family-friendly carnival from 6:15-8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26. Dress warmly for this free event, which will be held outside in the library’s parking lot on the east side of the building at 181 N. 9th Street.