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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - August 17, 1990, Winslow, Arizona SORT Ko j Mar Lorraine 1 i - - - r. t Lake C i SLOW USPS 247-160 Postage Paid at Ariz. 86047 on Wednesdays and 2 Sections 1 1894 Volume 96 Number 54 August 17,1990 Copy 25 Economy Continues at triathlon in Jolene enjoyed many unique features of the Hawaiian Breezes Ease Training For Ada Walters Imagine a place where it's about 80 all the time and the air smells sweet from the perfume of many varieties of A place where the beaches are free of uash and the water is crystal That's how Jolene described Maui in the Hawaiian Islands after staying in the town of Kihei from July 17 until July 30 to participate in a triathlon of her performances in triathlon contests while she was in high Jolene received an invitation to the National High School Triathlon Her Kenneth and Ellen paid for her trip to Hawaii as a graduation were 20 of girls and said youngest was IS and the oldest was 18." 17, graduated from Winslow High School in May 1990. said that most of them met in Los Angeles and flew as a group to Honolulu and then on to It took a total of six hours of flight time to get made many new friends from all over the because wc all have racing in said According to triathlon races begin with then running biking to the worked out in the had such as sight enjoying the beaches and in the said went to the top of a volcano that was 10,000 feet We could look down on the clouds from the evening they had a workshop and would lecture about things like psychological training and The group stayed at the Luana Kai Condominium with chaperons while at the the Maui swimming and Jolene said that she came in second place in her age In the Maui she came in second swam 800 rode bikes for 15.S miles and ran five said water in the ocean was so clear that I could see flsh swimming by me while I participated in the said that she liked the the and the camp director was a pro The running coach from the University of Hawaii helped me with my said who says she can already see a said that she interested in triathlon racing when she was 14, but she was too young On Page 3 This Paul Editor and time to time we try to step back and look at all the projects going on in the Winslow and every time we do I am just as surprised as many of you at the changes taking one is important as we report on on a but when they are all brought together at the same the total picture is much more you think education ii try week Carole Wilke has compiled a status on many of the projects currently underway or on the I think you will find her article as interesting as I growth and progress of a cannot be left to someone We all need to be With the opening of school and the end of our organizations will become even more groups need the active support of If you would like to become a or just let one of the I m nue would Carole much of the country may be facing economic it appears that Winslow is on a at this That's the impression one receives in looking over the number of projects underway or being planned in the newest just announced this is that Winslow is the number one choice for a Laminated Beam Specialties This information was announced by Tommy chamber who has been working closely with Dale Park and Winnie Laminated Beam The factory will employ 65 when major industry appears to have chosen I can't announce it just yet but it will employ over 100." will receive from the district special projects fund of Navajo County for the Winslow health and welfare office construction project which is being built with Community Development Block Grant Giant Corporation submitted plans to the public works department of the City of Winslow on July 12. These plans have in submitted to Willdon an engineering firm out of for as are all drawings submitted to the on the Giant Truck to be located behind Denny's and east of on the north side of 1-40, was scheduled to begin in July of this Due to engineering changes construction has been but work will begin in the near future as soon as plans are Winslow will gain 65 jobs from the Giant with an annual payroll of Winslow location was chosen from four proposed sites in the Southwest and will be Giant's second truck stop along 1-40. Brian director of real estate retail operations for Giant told the Winslow City Council excited about our prospects executive director for MANA Assistance for Northern a non-profit announced Aug. 15 that 10 applicants had been submitted to the Farmers Home who funds the In approximately 60 days the 10 applicant with MANA will be breaking ground in the subdivision behind in preparation for building their own homes will offer modest yet adequate MANA instills pride of ownership because they are owner Memorial Hospital is in Phase I of its million expansion project looking at a starting date of December or said Michael J. hospital are just waiting for state approval of our Phase I will add approximately 14,000 square feet of service area to the 33,000 square foot City of Winslow put Council Meeting Elzey cancelled the Winslow City Council meeting on Aug. 14, for lack of a The meeting was rescheduled for Aug. 16. Terry Bert Leonard Giaham and Dan Simmons were agenda for the council meeting was to include a request from Fred Kobel regarding city acquisition of railroad adoption of the property tax levy and other city the the National Weather Service is forecasting sunny mornings with partly doody occur in the higher elevations with gusty winds in the of Warmer will be mid to and the Clark of the Winslow Fire Department uses his equipment to take Laura Ellison's blood Inviting the children and examine the equipment on the engine helps them to understand that firemen are their by Ada Juanita from this year's for the purchase or depending on what arrangements can be made with the Santa Fe of La the former Sania Harvey located on Second Street in citizens of Winslow are waiting for an answer from Santa Fe headquarters in regard to the city's If an agreement can be worked out between ihe city and the La Posada will be returned to active community providing club city offices and a variety of other civic and commercial to the city has received a letter from headquarters in Phoenix stating the firm will break ground for its new located in the K mart in Officials project the store is to be open for business by May 1991. Basha confirmed this information in a telephone call with The Winslow Mail this still looking at late spring or early summer for an We're firming up a few leases so that we can build as much of the complex as possible at the same road at Ruins Stale Park is in ADOT has built a two lane main road from Route 87 to the park visitors center and single lane roads to I and as well as trailer pads for camping and parking Ruins State Park will have its grand opening March 9. prison complex will be finishing Phase II of its expansion at the end of August and completing the entire expansion project by the end of bringing 180 new jobs and a million the addition of K mart and Wal-Mart to Winslow last together with other new stores which have opened in the such as Factory 2 has made Winslow a major regional shopping center in this part of the growth in the community will be the topic of a special Winslow City Council meeting on Aug. 18, at 8:30 a.m. at Northland Pioneer The city council will study the city's growth management policy and develop an action plan for future growth and The meeting is open to the city IDEA and the chamber of commerce have worked hard promoting and facilitating the growth of fruits of their labor are beginning to Housing is Scheduled For Construction in Carole Wilke Joesph Hopi Tribe was to give a presentation at the Aug. 14, city council meeting which was cancelled due to a lack of Laban could not attend and in his Cathy who works with the Hopi Tribal Housing in regard for the distance had to give this encouraged her to speak even though it was not an official address was a synopsis of the progress of the Hopi Park Housing am very excited about We've been working on it for six years and it's finally going to Very week approval was from HUD and Urban Construction will in October in the Hopi Hills area near the are working on the final working said project had met and overcome two serious a 400 fool access road to the construction Tlic Bureau of Indian Affairs oversees the building of all roads on the In Winslow this is not the The county finally agreed to build the access feeling help the economic growth of the whole second faced and was the sewer line hookup to Winslow's The cost has been covered by the Hopi Tribal project will include twenty low housing units and be just the For All Continues At The Navajo County JoLynn Navajo County Fair continues today and Saturday at the fairgrounds in Holbrook with a variety of displays and exhibits for the admission to the fair is set at per adult and for children seven to 17 years The fair gates are open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. 17) lineup will include 4-H outdoor Board Calls For Million Bond County Community College District Governing Board met on Aug. 14, via teleconference and adopted two first resolution orders and calls for a special bond election to be held on Oct. 9 to determine whether general bonds in tiie amount of shall be issued and soM for the purposes of outlay for new equipment expansion throughout the second resolution calls for pro and con statements and establishes a deadline for their filing so the arguments may be published in the special bond election publicity next regular meeting of the board will be held at 9 a.m. on Sept 11, at the Show Low Northland Pioneer College sports activities at 9 a.m. The public is invited to observe or to take part in the 4-H which will include such activities as throwing a 4-H activities will include the 1 p.m. Junior Livestock Sale of 4-H and FFA market animal preceded by a buyers social at 12 The 4-H dog obedience show will be held on at 11 and the 4-H round robin showmanship judging will follow at 12 7:30 the first rodeo performance will take place in the fairgrounds Tickets for the event will be per person and children under 12 years will be admitted The second show will be on Saturday evening at 7:30, and will include the crowning of the Junior Miss and Miss Navajo County Rodeo Following the rodeo on a western with music by the will be held at the 10 K run and a two mile fun run will be offered for at 7 o'clock on Saturday On Page 3
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