Navajo County

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Navajo County Press Releases

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A Junior High Valentine – Self Love, Self Worth and Self Respect

Show Low, AZ (February 24, 2015)—Show Low Junior High student, Tanner Isaacs set a new year's goal to uplift his fellow students.

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Navajo County Board of Supervisors deem February 24, 2015 “The Day of the Cougars”

Show Low, AZ (February 24, 2015)—The Show Low Junior High School Football team won the State Wrestling championship.

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Navajo County Health and Wellness Committee to P.U.S.H. Employee Wellness

Holbrook, AZ (February 10, 2015)—The New Year starts with a healthier year and County employees are taking part in the health and wellness initiative.

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Visitors and Residents of Navajo County Can Take the Beautiful Scenery of the Outdoors at the Petrified Forest National Parks

Holbrook, AZ (February 10, 2015)—Brad Traver from the Petrified Forest National Park, presented to the Board of Supervisors Tuesday.

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Navajo County Board of Supervisors Select Steven Williams to Fill Vacant Seat

Holbrook, AZ (February 10, 2015)—In a unanimous action, the Navajo County Board of Supervisors chose Steven Williams to replace Supervisor David Tenney as the Navajo County Supervisor for District IV.

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Navajo County Bids Farewell to a Legacy of Service

Holbrook, AZ (February 10, 2015)—Tuesday's Board of Supervisors’ meeting was filled with laughter and tears, as Navajo County bid Supervisor David Tenney farewell after a decade of service.

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Hopi Veterans Can Now Receive Medical Services at the Hopi Health Care Center

Polacca, AZ (February 5, 2015)—– The Open House Event was held on February 5, 2015 at the Hopi Health Care Center to celebrate the NEW Veterans' Clinic for those Hopi Veterans to obtain medical care and services without leaving their home town.

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Navajo County Employees Unite in the Fight Against Breast Cancer

Showlow, AZ (January 29, 2015)—– The Navajo County Health & Wellness Team brought the “Think Pink” campaign in October to help raise awareness and fight Breast Cancer to individuals and communities across the county.

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Supervisor David Tenney Announces that He Will Step Down to Serve in Governor Ducey's Administration

Showlow, AZ (January 23, 2015)—Chairman David Tenney formally announced this afternoon that he will be stepping down as a Supervisor at the Navajo County Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, February 10th to accept a position within the administration of Governor Doug A. Ducey.

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Navajo County “PUSHES” Employees toward Health and Wellness for 2015

Holbrook, AZ—The new Navajo County PUSH Program is a worksite wellness program created by employees for Navajo County employees. The program envelops healthy eating habits, with exercise, financial wellness and stress reduction.

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