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James’ 148 yards, 3 TDs lead St. Johns to 39-7 win - WMI central
Dillon James ran the ball 16 times for 148 yards and three touchdowns to lead St. Johns to a 39-7 win against visiting Window Rock in a Div. 5 sectional game on Friday, Oct. 2. Trent Sherwood (nine carries, 53 yards) ran for two TDs and Joseph Ramsey (four ...

Leesha Marie Altaha - WMI central
Leesha Marie Altaha died Sept. 30, 2015, surrounded by loved ones as she went home to be with the Lord in Whiteriver. She was born Oct. 8, 1989, to Elvis Sr. and Marian Altaha. Leesha worked with the tribal forestry camp crews and loved to go to church.

Logan A. Penrod - WMI central
Logan A. Penrod went to be with the Lord Oct. 2, 2015, in Port Huron, Mich. Logan was born Sept. 12, 1917, to Delbert and Lillian Cooley Penrod. Logan was a proud member of the White Mountain Apache Tribe, where he spent his childhood living near Robert ...

Only Congress can stop President from pursuing radical environmental agenda - WMI central
Thanks to Americans for Prosperity for sponsoring the Environmental Protection Agency Rally in Joseph City this past Saturday. Concerned citizens from Navajo County as well as from neighboring areas came to protest the “War on Coal” that has the ...

The origin of the world - WMI central
One of the questions that plagues the active mind of any intelligent human being is, “Where did this world come from?” We have been driven to read the Bible, astronomy textbooks and other general science journals if we have a sincere desire to know how ...

Heads-up: Did women start the Culture War? Part 3 - WMI central
The “Men and Religion Forward” movement with its emphasis on male strength provided a respite from the culture wars and lasted until the 1950s. It was tainted, however, by the continuing theme that genuine masculinity is attained only by resisting ...

Alpine Ranger District seeks volunteers - WMI central
The upcoming Public Lands Day is a great way to volunteer and help with activities on public lands, according to forest officials. There is always a need for volunteers on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests and the Alpine Ranger District is looking for ...

Alzheimer’s support group next meeting to be held Oct. 12 - WMI central
Everyone needs someone who can understand what it’s like to be a caregiver for a dementia patient. The Alzheimer’s Support Group can be just that. The group has many caregivers with loved ones at different stages and even has alumni who have traveled ...

First Things First offers nutrition workshops - WMI central
The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension will be offering workshops to parents and caregivers of children up to 5 years of age on how to make half grains whole grains this month as part of its Eating Smart, Being Active nutrition education program.

Cougars rout Bulldogs 56-14 in section opener - WMI central
Quentin Clark caught 11 passes for 228 yards and four touchdowns to lead Show Low to a 56-14 win against visiting Winslow in a Division 4 Section 1 game on Friday, Oct. 2. The Cougars led 49-0 at halftime. Clark spearheaded a 454-yard outing by the Cougar ...

Changes near bottom of WMI football rankings - WMI central
There were no changes among the top teams in The White Mountain Independent’s prep football rankings this week. The few changes involved teams in the bottom halves of the top 10s. Lake Havasu, with six wins and no losses, debuts in the Div. 4 rankings ...

Frank James surrenders - WMI central
On Oct. 5, 1882, after the death of his brother, Jesse, Frank James surrendered and was tried. The outcome of the trial could have only taken place in the 1800s. Six months after a member of his own gang shot Jesse James in the back, and after committing ...

Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests wears many hats - WMI central
SPRINGERVILLE — Men wearing hardhats and hanging from OSHA approved ropes while talking via radios from a lookout tower is a normal occurrence for facility engineer Jim Morrison. Continued maintenance of administrative facilities is only a small part of ...

The Bahá’í Faith: Sin and atonement - WMI central
Question: In 1 Corinthians 15:22 it is written: “For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.” What is the meaning of these words? Answer: Know that there are two natures in man: the material and the spiritual. The material nature ...

Keeping Social Security updated prevents unwanted surprises - WMI central
Most people love surprises, but many dislike change. It’s just the opposite with Social Security. If you receive benefits, we want to hear about your changes. Keeping us informed minimizes the chance that we learn about something later that could ...

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