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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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Parade entry fee is $20, with a registration deadline of Nov.
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
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
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.
Prep football rankings - Oct. 16
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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
Authorities investigating deaths of 2 wild horses in Arizona
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Black Mesa Ranger District plans burn at Heber-Overgaard Green Waste Site
SPRINGERVILLE — The Black Mesa Ranger District plans to conduct a prescribed burn within the Heber-Overgaard Green Waste Site on Forest Road 488F Rd in Township 12N, Range 17 East, and Section 16 starting Monday, Oct. 15, just north of Overgaard on State Highway 277. Smoke will be seen from Highways
Snow falls on Flagstaff, high country early Tuesday morning
An upper low over southern Arizona interacted with a cold (and initially dry) low-level air mass from the northeast, according to a weather service forecast for Flagstaff. "Moisture is flowing northwestward over the cold air, with additional cooling from evaporative effects causing lowering snow lev
Payson comes up short in bid to snap Show Low losing streak
The win kept the Cougars’ slim hope of making the state playoffs alive. Show Low, ranked 19th in the 3A Conference power rankings, improved to 3-5 overall and 2-1 in the 3A East.
Pilot dies after plane crashes into Payson home
Doug Denham, who has lived in the home for 23 years, told ABC15 it was, "a hell of a crash...didn't know what it was, but just, BOOM, and then the front glass went flying out into the front yard."
New Mexico State Police searching for missing runaway teen
Cali Victoria Toye was last seen in Ramah, N.M. on October 12, 2018 wearing dark gray spandex pants with gray and black Under Armor high top shoes.
Rain, snow expected in Rim Country tonight, Tuesday
An upper level low will stall over Arizona for much of this week. Moisture is expected to be drawn into the low from the east, allowing showers to develop today across southern Navajo and Apache counties. Elsewhere, expect very cold, winter-like temperatures and breezy northeast winds. Rain and moun
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 —
Will Show Low frustration end tonight for Payson gridders?
Could this be the end of the streak?We’ll find out starting at 7 o’clock tonight when Show Low and Payson battle in a pivotal 3A East Region football game in Payson.More than any other team, the Cougars have frustrated the Longhorns over the past decade.
Jackets’ O-line, Esparza, lead team to 23-12 win at Show Low
Last Friday’s Blue Ridge at Show Low football contest was still a big game.Although it may have been one of the least-anticipated games in the series (both teams came in with more losses than wins), there was still a lot on the line, with the teams in an almost must-win situation to make the playoff
Free Movie in the Park Oct. 19 features 'A Quiet Place'
SHOW LOW — In keeping with the Halloween season, October’s free Movie in the Park features the 2018 drama/thriller “A Quiet Place,” rated PG-13, beginning at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, at Show Low City Park’s Ponderosa Field, 751 S. Clark Road. In “A Quiet Place,” a family lives in complete silence to
Flash Flood Watch in effect Saturday for much of Arizona
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5)--A Flash Flood Watch is in effect until 8 p.m. Saturday for Metro Phoenix, Western Arizona and portions of the high country through Central Arizona.A low pressure system tracking into Arizona from the west Saturday will also tap into moisture from former hurricane Sergio. Sergio
Arizona State Fair closes for the day due to weather
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -It takes a heck of a lot of rain to shut down the State Fair. Well, it happened Saturday!TheArizona State Fairhas closed for the day due to weather. Officials say the Fair is set to reopen Sunday as usual.Folks forced to give up their day at the fair are being offered return tic
Novo Power has concerns with Prop 127
Prop 127 is creating similar pressures. But the development of 60 megawatts of biomass energy in the state, as is currently under consideration, is less than one percent of the power produced in the state on a daily basis. It is widely accepted that the beneficial impact to our state and national fo