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Snowflake/Taylor calendar filled with winter events

SNOWFLAKE-TAYLOR - Thanksgiving is near but the holiday season with all of the fun things to do in the White Mountains is just ahead. There are a number of holiday events and happenings in Snowflake-Taylor, as well as in Heber-Overgaard that are sure to please. One is the Snowflake-Taylor Chamber of

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Portion of Highway 260 near Show Low closed due to head-on-collision

SHOW LOW - A head-on collision Tuesday afternoon on State Route 260 near the Lone Pine Dam turnoff has the highway blocked in both directions. Local law enforcement and emergency medical are en route to the scene. Initial reports are that a child may be trapped in a vehicle and will have to be extra

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Boy Scouts filling empty food bank cupboards

SHOW LOW - Boy Scouts in the White Mountains are working to make sure as many people as possible get enough to eat during the holiday season. The Boy Scouts of America's Grand Canyon Council was recently contacted about a "dire" shortage of non-perishable foods in local food banks. So local Boy Scou

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Two new suspects in Reed killing

NAVAJO COUNTY - There have been some recent developments in the 2016 homicide case of Show Low Police officer Darrin Reed. He was killed by 36-year-old Queen Creek resident, suspected drug dealer and convicted felon Daniel Erickson during a Nov. 8, 2016, drug-related call to the Days Inn. Suspects C

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'Feaste of Carols' tickets now on sale for December events

SHOW LOW - Hearken Ye as the Show Low High School music department welcomes one and all to the 33rd annual Feaste of Carols. It will take place Dec. 7-9 at Whipple Ranch Elementary School. Performances begin at 7 p.m. each night. Doors will open at 6:15 p.m. Tickets are $8 for the "Desserte Night" o

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School board recognizes 'Legendary Staff'

Buy Now Legendary Staff pictured in the front row, from left, are: Mark Chavez, of Show Low Junior High, Samantha Torrez-Baca, of Nikolaus Homestead Elementary, Alex Deitering, of Whipple Ranch Elementary, Isela Quintana, of Linden Elementary, Stacy Anderson, board member, and Pam Lizardi, board mem

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SL Senior Center holds 4th annual arts & craft fair

Marilyn Honsaker, owner of Angel's Meadow Ranch LLC, holds up one of her hand-crafted candles Nov. 19 at the Show Low Senior Center Arts & Craft Fair. Honsaker creates Hawaiian shirts, leather crosses, soaps and bath products, aprons and candles. Sadie Moss, owner of White Mountain Steampunk, poses

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Clubs & Meetings for Nov. 21-27

Tuesday, Nov. 21 EAGAR: 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 wheter there is business to be conducted. LAKESIDE: Grief Support Group: You Are Not Alon

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From Bogota to Sugarbush to Newburyport

Editor's note: Many North Shore residents came to this country seeking opportunities and a better life. This is one in a series on local immigrants who have made this country their home. NEWBURYPORT - For Catalina Cuervo, a native of Colombia, the start of a new life began at a ski resort in Vermont

NEWBURYPORT DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Newburyport receives national budgeting award

Mayor Donna D. Holaday announced that, for the sixth consecutive year, the city of Newburyport has received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Governmental Finance Officers Association for the city's fiscal year 2018 budget. The award represents an achievement for Newburyport, refl

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Public health nurses to pay visits to new moms

At the start of the new year, local public health nurses will be available to visit the homes of mothers and their new babies to give them some extra support. Public health nurses in Gloucester, Newburyport, Beverly, Peabody and Hamilton are part of the new North Shore Mother Visiting Program, or NS

GLOUCESTER DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-23 22:54:31

Plenty of voices for ICC holiday concert Sunday

NEWBURYPORT - The My Own Voice choir will join the New England Tenors in welcoming the Christmas season at Immaculate Conception Church's annual holiday concert Sunday afternoon. The concert, a fundraiser for the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Newburyport, will mark the fifth year in a row the New E

NEWBURYPORT DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-23 09:30:00

Serious crash in Merrimack sends two to hospital

Merrimack police are investigating a serious crash that sent two people to the hospital. Police said the driver failed to make a corner and sheared off some trees. The car rolled over at least twice, ejecting the passenger. Police thought there was just one person involved at first but later found t

WMUR.COM - 2017-11-23 20:27:00

Man indicted for alleged sex assaults of 5 girls

RYE - A 70-year-old man was indicted for 40 crimes alleging he sexually assaulted five girls, the youngest age 9 and the oldest 15, in Rye and North Hampton, where he's also alleged to have threatened them and plied them with alcohol. Accused of the dozens of crimes against minors, Richard Racette h

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2017-11-23 16:41:44

Moby is looking for a home

Seventeen-year-old, grey tabby girl, Moby, was sadly relinquished along with her 11-year-old female friend, Bombay. Both arrived at the Ipswich Animal Shelter on Nov. 9. Moby is the quieter, more shy one of the pair. Bombay is all black, friendly and loves attention. If you would like to meet Moby o

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-23 15:34:00

School Notes: Consultants Seek Community Preferences in Superintendent Search

Whittier Technical HIgh School Principal Christopher Laganas gives the thumbs-up as his students' float passes by. Haverhill school staff and members of the public are invited to a series of focus groups to help consultants and a search committee learn what they'd like to see in a new superintedent

WHAV.NET - 2017-11-24 00:36:20

East End DWI Task Force checkpoints net four arrests in Riverhead

Four people were arrested last night during an East End DWI Task Force enforcement effort in Riverhead Town. Charged with driving while intoxicated were: Ralph W. Tuthill, 65, of Mattituck; Susan Strein, 57, of Bellport; and Taneasha Walker, 25, of Southampton, according to a press release issued t

RIVERHEADLOCAL.COM - 2017-11-23 10:24:20

Hamptons Real Estate By the Numbers: November 2017

Our sister site and monthly magazine, Behind the Hedges (BehindtheHedges.com), offers an index of Hamptons real estate by the numbers for November 2017. Read these tidbits and factoids, and feel satisfied knowing a little bit more than most about East End properties, history and more. Or, store them

DANSPAPERS.COM - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Ever wonder what happens in the theater when no one is watching?

FILM STILLS | Director John Kaasik and his actors during a rehearsal. Each spring, artist Peter Waldner quietly donates his time and talent painting scenery for Shelter Island School's musical productions, ensuring the young thespians look good when they step out on the stage. He's been doing it for

RIVERHEAD NEWS-REVIEW - 2017-11-22 21:30:07

Grey Gardens: The Biggest, Most Exciting Estate Sale in the Hamptons

My wife and I went to the estate sale at the mansion known as Grey Gardens this past Saturday. Grey Gardens, in the estate section of East Hampton, may be one of the great turn-of-the-century summer homes in the Hamptons (28 rooms), but it is not the largest-and is not even oceanfront. However, it s

DANSPAPERS.COM - 2017-11-23 08:00:00