Thursday, January 18, 2018

LOCAL NEWS

Navajo County leading the way with LeadsOnline

Navajo County leading the way with Leads...

HOLBROOK – During the last several months the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office has recovered thousands of dollars’ worth of stolen property by utilizing the county based LeadsOnline technology. LeadsOnline is a technology service which is queried by all law enforcement throughout Navajo County. It can further be described as a property tracking system that documents…
SNOWFLAKE MAN KILLED IN AN AUTOMOBILE COLLISION

SNOWFLAKE MAN KILLED IN AN AUTOMOBILE CO...

On Sunday January 14, 2018 about 4:37 pm, Ahrron Dagon Lange-De Paulo (44) of Snowflake was fatally injured in a two-vehicle head on collision which occurred east of Snowflake on Black Mesa Road. The Navajo County Sheriff’s Office received a call on Sunday January 14, 2018 about 4:37 pm regarding a two-vehicle accident with injury…
Arizona May Lose The Sticker and Gain $1.7 Million

Arizona May Lose The Sticker and Gain $1...

Arizona drivers may soon be printing their proof of vehicle registration at home – Representative Michelle Ugenti-Rita, a Republican serving District 23, has introduced House Bill 2054 this week. If approved, HB 2054 would do away with the need to add a sticker to the top right corner of your license plate to prove you…
Pile Burning continues on Timber Knoll and Gobbler Timber Sale

Pile Burning continues on Timber Knoll a...

Springerville, AZ, January 10, 2018 – For Immediate Release. The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests’ Lakeside Ranger District will continue burning slash piles January 11 and 12, if weather conditions allow, on Timber Knoll and/or in the Upper Rocky Arroyo, Gobbler Timber sale. The Timber Knoll ignition area is just south of Ojo Bonito Estates. Smoke impact…
Forest Service visitor map price to increase

Forest Service visitor map price to incr...

Forest Service visitor maps will increase in price from $10 to $14 effective Monday, January 1, 2018. Rising costs of production, printing, and distribution have driven the need for the price increase of the paper and plastic-coated visitor maps, the first such increase in almost a decade. The agency continually updates its maps, seeking to…
Fleas are testing positive for the plague in parts of Arizona

Fleas are testing positive for the plagu...

By Michael Edison Hayden Officials in two Arizona counties are warning the public after fleas in the region tested positive for the plague, the infamous infectious disease that killed millions during the Middle Ages. Navajo County Public Health officials confirmed on Friday that fleas in the area have tested positive for the rare disease. The…