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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - August 13, 2003, Winslow, Arizona 686-960,^ISSN: 1^21-6993 ' Northern Arizona ' - - 1 - 1894 - 32 August 13,2003 Copy 50 County Health Department reports 13 Cases of Cressent M ( o 5 h i i 3 ni ' f J I ' 1 V i al r S s ' ' County Health Department Nurse Virtue reported earlier that thirteen cases of Viral Meningitis been found within ' the and have been reported State Health Virtue said three of. the ten ' were discovered in the other 10 cases reported were in Show Low Two of the viral cases reported in according to in the Both cases found were in the ' ages of 6 years old and Health officials in the Navajo area do not believe the other case is related or was contracted from the two previous it is unknown the virus was Virtue said one of had recently visited Clear said there was no need alarm the citizens of county because the reported are all viral cases and not bacterial which can be did citizens in Navajo County should wash their hands thoroughly after each restroom visit and practice all around good hygiene This is due to the virus being contracted by said the virus has ' period of 14 days and its flu like symptoms usually tend to last two to 10 She suggested if you feel like have been exposed to Ue virus and have seek medical treatment under the direction of your and Photo By Cressent says one person can't make 'a difference here in Citizen Leonard Graham is proof the Winslow City Government doei care and listen to its the regularly scheduled city council meeting held July 29, Graham took a moment to let the council know the city sidewalks were badly cracked and bulging He proceeded to ask council and City Administrators why the cracked sidewalks had not and barricaded off for the of the citizens of of the sidewalks Mr. Graham was at 400 W. which is next to Taco He told council on a recent walk down the he saw how damaged the He added lie was not the 9nly one who sidewalk in its poor Graham pointed out had seen a few of Winslow's own police officers in the parking lot of Taco He proceeded to tell council how he was upset the Police Department did not place some type council expressed concerns also aind said they would look the incident as soon as Winslow Police Chief Stephen Garhett also there and said department would assist in any way they Police Officer Jim Coates said he and the rest of the department recently drove around town for damaged He said the department made sure the badly cracked sidewalks were immediately and barricaded for the safety ' of tlie town's Tuesday August 5, the City of Winslow had crews from work on repairing a sidewalk at the cornor of North Colorado and 4th. the badly damaged side ' walks at the 40 the northwest comer of Maple Street tlie northwest comer of Fourth Street the southeast corner of Fourth Street the of North Williamson Avenue in front of Root Beer and the 300 of North Williamson Darek Nelson said the city had asked ADOT to help out in removing the sidewalks to help ensure the safety of the city's Suzy City Administrator John Roche's said there is currently an invitation to bid to finish working on the sidewalks throughout The bid closes August 26,2003. told Navajo August 7, 2003, Office investigators that the the hours of 4:08 and 4: they had been broke a pedestrian was stnick one- mile from by Rabbit and Fe walked to the investigation back to Joseph that above date and When they a ride Mr. Matthew 27 years they began walking Oregon was walking City along the 1-40, railroad tracks when old Highway 66. eastbound train struck brother of page 3 The flowers ' J % ' PI 1 f 1 MXM
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