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Navajo County Press Releases

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Early Voting & Mail Delivery Locations in Teesto & Dilkon

Holbrook, AZ (September 15, 2014)— Recent structure fires at the Teesto and Dilkon Chapter Houses on the Navajo Nation have forced the relocation of mail delivery and early voting services to other venues in the communities.

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Navajo County Seeking Candidates for Board of Supervisors District III Seat

Holbrook, AZ (September 10, 2014)— Navajo County District III Supervisor Sylvia Allen's resignation to run for the Arizona State Senate has created a vacancy on the Navajo County Board of Directors, so the County is now seeking potential candidates to serve the remainder of Allen’s term, which ends in 2016.

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Supervisor Allen Senate Bid Creates Vacancy on Navajo County Board of Supervisors

Holbrook, AZ (September 9, 2014)— Navajo County District III Supervisor Sylvia Allen's recent acceptance of the nomination to run for Arizona State Senate has prompted her resignation from the Navajo County Board of Supervisors, and County officials will now begin seeking applications from qualified individuals to fill Allen's position on the Board for the remainder of her term.

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State Statute Governing Replacement of Senator Chester Crandell

Holbrook, AZ (September 9, 2014)— The sudden and tragic death of Arizona State Senator Chester Crandell has left a vacancy in the State Senate. The Arizona Secretary of State has initiated the process to fill this vacancy under ARS 41-1202.

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SENATOR CHESTER CRANDALL PASSES AWAY WHILE HORSEBACK RIDING

HOLBROOK, AZ—August 4, 2014—Navajo County Sheriff's Officials have confirmed that Arizona State Senator Chester Crandall passed away Monday, August 04, 2014, while the Senator was horseback riding near Heber—Overgaard, AZ.

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Eastern Arizona Resource Advisory Committee Approves $902,000 in Project Proposals

Springerville, AZ (July 24, 2014)—The Eastern Arizona Resource Advisory Committee (RAC) met on July 22nd and July 23, 2014 at the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests Supervisor's Office. Twenty-nine projects were proposed by proponents in Apache, Gila, Graham, Greenlee and Navajo Counties. The committee heard presentations by many of the proponents and was able to make decisions that will fund $902,423.00 in projects for these five counties.

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Updated Status on Road Construction on Forest Service Road 249 to Big Lake

Springerville, AZ (July 21, 2014)—Construction on Forest Service Road (FSR) 249 will not hamper your travel to Big Lake. This project began July 7, and as of July 19th, the crew has begun to work on Saturdays, due to rain delays. The construction crews' hours of operation are dawn to dusk. The road will remain open and will not hamper the public's plans to camp, fish or recreate.

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All fire restrictions lifted on Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests

Springerville, AZ (July 8, 2014)—The Apache-Sitgreaves will proceed in lifting all current fire restrictions on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests as of 8:00 a.m. on July 8, 2014. Fire restrictions for Stage I and Stage II have been lifted on all five ranger districts.

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High Desert Healthcare Facility Opens to Serve County Employees

Holbrook (July 1, 2014)—Over the past year and a half, Navajo County and Summit Healthcare have been focused on finding a new healthcare model for Navajo County employees and their families. The goal has been to improve the access to health care and the delivery of health care services to County employees, while reducing the overall costs to both the employee and the County.

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United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service Sitgreaves National Forest

Sitgreaves National Forest (June 11, 2014)—Stage III Fire Restrictions Order Number: 01-14-562

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