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Woman caught with large load of drugs near NPC
Police arrested Laurie Alderson, 30, of Lakeside on several charges Nov. 3 near Northland Pioneer College at the 1100 block of West Deuce of Clubs. According to the report, Alderson was charged with nine drug-related violations, including possession of dangerous drugs, possession of dangerous drugs
Navajo County Sheriff's Office
The unincorporated areas of Pinetop-Lakeside, Show Low, Linden, Pinedale, Clay Springs, Overgaard, Heber, Snowflake and White Mountain Lake areas are provided law enforcement services by the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office. The following are some of the calls for service for Sept. 23,-29.
Group of four conspire to rip off grandpa
SHOW LOW —One adult and three local teens recently hatched a plot to burglarize the home of the grandfather of one of the four defendants, taking cash and valuables totaling nearly $140,000.
Holiday lighting incorporates tribute to veterans
Aaron Leach of Show Low, stands outside his residence last year with over 20,000 LED lights in what he and his father call a “Heroes Christmas Tribute.” This year the family is setting up south of City Hall and along 9th Street in Show Low. They plan to run their light show from 6-9 p.m. starting Th
Emergency crews responding to school bus rollover in El Mirage
#Tolleson***** INJURY ACCIDENT, MULTIPLE EMS RESPONSE. Southern / El Mirage, Avoid the area!pic.twitter.com/QHbAwXAMYp— Gil Estrada (@PhxTrafficAlert)November 14, 2018
IGA with City of Phoenix approved by Snowflake Council
SNOWFLAKE — The Town of Snowflake unanimously approved an inter-governmental agreement (IGA) between the City of Phoenix and the Town of Snowflake at the Nov. 6 council meeting.Richards and Taylor Town Manager Gus Lundberg visited with representatives from the City of Phoenix on Nov. 2 to examine a
The art bug caused by a spider bite
Being laid up from the spider bite, her insightful father brought home a book on drawing horses to keep her occupied. It did and she developed a love for art which opened the door for a life-long habit of drawing, painting and doodling, as she calls it.
Eagar PD gets grant for new ballistic vests and helmets
Thanks to a $4,961 Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation grant, the department now has six rifle-rated ballistic vests and six military-grade ballistic helmets.
Man enters Arizona bar and begins shooting; 2 people dead
GLOBE, Arizona — Police are investigating a shooting at a Globe, Arizona bar Sunday night that left two people dead.The shooting occurred at the Jammerz bar around 11:30 p.m. local time; police say a lone gunman walked in and opened fire.Four people were shot during the incident, and two of those pe
Local chiropractor arrested for alleged domestic abuse
SHOW LOW — Local chiropractor, Dr. Kenly Ries, 36, of Show Low, was arrested on the morning of Oct. 31. He was charged with assault, aggravated assault, preventing the use of a telephone to report an emergency, criminal damage and domestic violence after allegedly punching and choking the mother of
"Hearken All, Hear this Call" for the Annual Feaste of Carols
“As they put up the castle walls and banners and sing together there is just a magic that starts to happen,” says Whipple. “There isn’t another show like it anywhere, and this is a tradition truly unique to Show Low. For any who comes to watch, you won’t regret it.”
Navajo County vote varies by precinct
NAVAJO COUNTY — On Wednesday morning, with many votes yet to be counted, voter preferences were still evident across the county.
Get out for Nov. 9-15
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 firstname.lastname@example.org mail it to P.O. Box 1570, Show Low, AZ 85902. Attn: Corrine Ruiz. Note: Please include location address of the event.
The lessons of war, an Afghanistan veteran's view
Aguilar initially thought he’d make a career of the military but he saw changes that he didn’t like. “It started to get pretty soft,” he said. “Everybody thinks they’re entitled to something and the military is trying to adjust to that, I guess. I disagree with that. The military is the military; yo
Filling Bowls: NPC project fights hunger
To increase awareness of the local fight against hunger Northland Pioneer College’s Visual Arts Department is sponsoring the fourth annual Empty Bowls Community Event from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, at the Show Low campus, 1001 W. Deuce of Clubs, in the Aspen Center, room 103. Enter the camp
Section of North Broad Street currently closed
At 11:33 p.m. Sunday, the Gila County Drug, Gang, and Violent Crimes Task Force Deputy and Detective responded to Jammerz Bar in reference to an agency assist for the Globe Police Department, according to a Gila County Sheriff's Office report.
Santa’s White Mountain Adventure is coming coming to Pinetop
Make toys and stocking stuffers with the elves, help pack Santa’s bag and sleigh for his trip to deliver presents, have cookies and hot chocolate with Mrs. Claus, go to the mail room and write a letter to Santa and visit with Santa and his elves where each child will receive a gift and a free family
Show Low Senior Center menu
The Show Low Senior Center, 301 E. McNeil, offers lunch Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Menu is subject to change due to availability of food items. Cost is $7 and includes beverage, salad, entrée, and dessert.
'Unleash the Monster' escape room pits teens vs adults Nov. 16
SHOW LOW — To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the publication of the iconic classic, Frankenstein by Mary W. Shelley, teens ages 12 to 18 years old will face off against adults in an “Unleash the Monster” escape room event from 6:15-8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, at Show Low Public Library, 181 N. 9th S
World War II patriot remembers the Battle of the Bulge
“The secret to a long life,” he said, “is to keep busy.” He pulls weeds at his Vernon property, practices his hobby as a silversmith, cuts his own firewood in the forest and freely gives you his opinion about the current state of affairs in our county. He remembers many things about World War II — s