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No Chance of Closure for Winslow Hospital

Although the Little Colorado River Medical Center had difficulties last year that has the Winslow rumor mill whispering closure and bankruptcy, there is no chance of closure or loss of service according to Little Colorado River Medical Center (LCRMC) CEO Jack Dempsey. “A year ago, LCRMC faced meaningful financial challenges arising from the payor mix […]

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Winslow Restaurant Gaining More Acclaim

It’s not just the staff that’s bustling at The Turquoise Room at La Posada Hotel. There’s plenty going on behind the scenes that will, down the line, yield more of the delicious treats that diners have come to expect there. For starters, the staff is moving its office to a new area of the restaurant; […]

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Winslow Chef Wins Another Accolade

John Sharpe, of The Turquoise Room at Winslow’s La Posada Hotel and Gardens, has made the semifinalists’ list of Best Chef’s released by the James Beard Foundation. The not for profit foundation’s purpose is to celebrate, nurture and preserve America’s diverse culinary heritage and future. Sharpe, who was first recognized for his culinary skills as […]

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Winslow’s Evolving Art Scene

Route 66 travelers have long admired the kitschy murals scattered around Winslow, but few know about the developing fine arts scene simmering underneath. The owners of La Posada hotel, known for its painstaking restoration and co-owner Tina Mion’s huge, avant garde canvases inside, are working on renovations that will eventually turn the old train depot […]

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Winslow’s Route 66 Plaza Moving Forward

Plans for a showplace park in Winslow celebrating the history and car culture of Old Route 66 are a step closer to reality, but the city still has miles to go before the tourist destination becomes a reality. Visitors from all over the world already flock to tiny Standin’ On the Corner Park to stand […]

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Bonds and Bankruptcy in Northern Arizona

 Who knew cities could go bankrupt? These days, we understand the possibility too well. Like corporations and people, cities can find themselves in court renegotiating debt. In the past year, cities in states from California to Rhode Island have either filed for bankruptcy or are considering it. Like the United States government, the debt dilemma […]

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Locals Hoping to Hit Jackpot on Twin Arrows Casino Bids

After last month’s groundbreaking at Twin Arrows Casino, Northern Arizonans hope to be put to work on the $150 million construction project. “Hopefully, work will be awarded to local contractors, but it is really up to the construction manager’s or owner’s discretion,” said Kim Brewster of Northern Arizona Building Association. “We have a lot of […]

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