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Board of Supervisors Continues Education of our County Challenges

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Member of the Navajo County Board of Supervisors and Administration team met with State Representatives from local Districts to discuss the revenue challenges facing Navajo County.

Navajo County developing a response to new fiscal challenges.

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As 2017 begins, Navajo County is working to develop a budgetary plan to face upcoming challenges with county revenue.

Judge Marez Appointed to the Judicial College of AZ

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Justice of the Peace Evelyn Marez has been appointed to the Judicial College of Arizona.

NCSO Recovers $736,000 Worth of Drugs on I-40

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The Navajo County Sheriff's Office recovered $736,000 worth of drugs during two separate arrests on Interstate 40 on Dec. 19, 2016.

NCSO Partners With Homeland Security

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The Navajo County Sheriff’s Office is entering a partnership with the Department of Homeland Security to house federal inmates in Navajo County facilities.

Sheriff and County Attorney Honored as Leaders in Public Safety

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Navajo County Attorney Brad Carlyon and Sheriff KC Clark have been named Leaders of the Year in Public Safety by the Arizona Capitol Times.

Navajo County Seeking Funds to Improve Bus Routes

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Navajo County officials are working to get federal money set aside to improve bus routes throughout the Navajo and Hopi reservations.

Taxpayer Reminders

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The Navajo County Treasurer’s Office reminds taxpayers of delinquency dates and payment options for 2016 property taxes.