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Where did my lost pet go and how do I find it?
1. Arizona Revised Statute 11-1013 states "Each stray dog or any cat impounded shall be kept and maintained at the county pound for a minimum of 72 hours or 120 hours for an animal that is wearing a license, unless claimed or surrendered by its owner." This statute means your stray pet may have as l
Arizona medical worker admits to sexually assaulting sedated woman, police say
An Arizona medical worker admitted he sexually assaulted a sedated female patient at a pain treatment center, police said. Xavier Perez, 38, was arrested Wednesday following a monthslong investigation into the June 2018 incident at Integrated Pain Consultants in Scottsdale, FOX10 reported.
Snowflake offers a five-year economic incentive to Arizona Motors Snowflake
SNOWFLAKE – On February 28, Arizona Motors Snowflake, Inc. purchased Hatch Motor Company Snowflake. With Arizona Snowflake Motors’ purchase of Hatch Motors Snowflake, the council retained Rounds Consulting Group, Inc. to examine the economic and fiscal impacts of that purchase for the town. The resu
Proposed Arizona bill would alleviate state's physician shortage
TUCSON, Ariz. — Doctors are in high demand in Southern Arizona. A proposed bill moving through the state house could help alleviate that shortage. Tucson Medical Center says Arizona has less than half the primary care doctors it needs - based on the state's population.
Arizona Seatbelt Bill Dies, Passengers In Back Can Stay Unbuckled
PHOENIX, AZ – If you're in the backseat and you like riding without a seatbelt, you don't have to worry. About getting a ticket, that is. A bill that would have required people to buckle-up, regardless of where they are sitting in a vehicle, was killed by the state senate. It didn't even make it out
Special needs school opened in Snowflake
SNOWFLAKE — In January, Nicole Alexander of Snowflake and Margo Parker founded the White Mountain Academy for Gifted Individuals. Nicole’s husband, David Alexander, is the CEO and principal of the new school.
Arizona pilot, 20, who spent 3 months in a coma, 1 year in a wheelchair after crash walking again
It’s been a long road for Brody Burnell, 20, but the former Arizona pilot is finally walking again less than two years after the small plane he was flying went down in north Phoenix, AZ Central reported Tuesday.
2019 NPC Science & Engineering Fair
SNOWFLAKE — During the month of February, 189 kids of all ages from 12 area school districts practiced the scientific method. The fruits of their labor were on display for judging on Saturday, March 2, at the 2019 Regional Science and Engineering Fair.
Arizona's Attempt To Pass A Seat Belt Law Hits Dead-End
Efforts to require everyone in the car wear a seat belt has hit another dead-end. Rep. Bob Thorpe tried to convince the Committee on Health and Human Services to support his bill that would require back seats to also wear seat belts.
New Circle K to break ground this spring
SHOW LOW — Last spring a conditional use permit was approved for the construction of a new Circle K store in Show Low. Well, it’s still on the economic development menu for 2019.
Code Blue: The band with a feel good treatment plan
WHITE MOUNTAINS — Author Jack Canfield described the call of musicians to their craft perfectly when he said, “It’s not an accident that musicians become musicians and engineers become engineers: it’s what they’re born to do.”
Five years later: Merger that formed Timber Mesa is a success
SHOW LOW — Five years ago, the struggling, fragmented, crisis-ridden fire districts around Show Low faced a big problem and a tough decision. Should they sacrifice their independence in hopes of improving services?
SL EMS renovating office space for training
SHOW LOW — Show Low EMS, the ambulance service company that now shares an overlapping service contract area with Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District is still alive and kicking.
Group presents free parent education night on social media effects
SHOW LOW — A local group will be presenting a free, adults only parent-education night March 28, from 7-9 p.m. at the Show Low Council Chambers, next to the Public Library to teach adults about social media, phone security and how to understand what goes on in their children’s phones. The group plan
Darrin Reed Memorial Scholarship dinner & auction tickets on sale
SHOW LOW — The First Responders Legacy Scholarship Fund, Inc. would like to invite the public to their second annual banquet and auction at the Show Low Elks Lodge on Sat., April 27 at 4:30 p.m.
County makes another run for a jail district
NAVAJO COUNTY — In the November 2018 election, Navajo County voters rejected a proposal to establish a jail district that would have been funded by a 1/3 cent per dollar sales tax on all non-grocery purchases.
Library presents adult cooking class March 21
SHOW LOW — Enjoy a free cooking demonstration by Liz Turner, owner of Blue Apron Cooking School in Lakeside, and learn to make delicious, nutritional meals on a budget at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, March 21, at Show Low Public Library, 181 N. 9th Street. The class is limited to 30 adults (ages 18 years an
P-L to honor legacy of Pat Tillman with honor run
PINETOP-LAKESIDE – The White Mountains Chapter of the Arizona State University Alumni Association, together with the Town of Pinetop-Lakeside, will honor the legacy of the late Pat Tillman, with a Tillman Honor Run at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 13, at Mountain Meadow Recreation Complex. Tillman was a fo
Former participant now runs art competition
In 1997 contemporary Diné painter Peterson Yazzie won the high school art contest held by Northland Pioneer College, which earned him a scholarship to the school and eventually led him to become a teacher. Now the two-dimensional art instructor and faculty member helps run the same annual art compet
Paradise lost and found in Show Low
SHOW LOW — Paradise Trailer Park on 4th Avenue, south of Show Low Junior High School on Old Linden Road began redevelopment into Paradise Acres Apartments last March. The trailer park had been deteriorating, and was considered by some to be an area of blight.