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Show Low, AZ

Real Estate In Northern Arizona

Christine has new properties in Showlow and Overgaard... The one in Showlow is a really neat big house,, actually has a whole apartment addition...  (Apr 1, 2012 | post #3)

Winslow, AZ

Real Estate in Northern Arizona

more coming in latly in Snowflake and Showlow  (Mar 14, 2012 | post #6)

Winslow, AZ

Sexual Predators in Holbrook

Simply look them up on the public access to court records system http://apps.suprem ecourt.az.gov/publ icaccess/caselooku p.aspx?AspxAutoDet ectCookieSupport=1 or the sex offender site.. search by zip code if you dont know the name. http://az.gov/app/ sows/home.xhtml  (Feb 28, 2012 | post #5)

Winslow, AZ

Real Estate in Northern Arizona

Listings from Pinetop to Flagstaff. Christine is the one.  (Feb 28, 2012 | post #4)

Show Low, AZ

Real Estate In Northern Arizona

You can access current listings by visiting our website BestAZRE (dot) Com  (Feb 28, 2012 | post #2)

Holbrook, AZ

Gay Marriage - Holbrook, AZ

In places where gay marriage is legal there has NOT been a change to the moral landscape. Anal/oral sex is also immoral by religious standards but those who practice it are allowed to marry. Lots of folks who canít have children marry and have sex, something some religions find abhorrent also. Just ask Rick Santorum about it. Does anyone think Canada is a bastion of immoral populous, a place where Gays have married for many years now?  (Feb 11, 2012 | post #3)

Winslow, AZ

Real Estate in Northern Arizona

Banks are starting to release some of thier inventory of forclosed homes, which has been held during the last six months of goverment interventions.  (Feb 11, 2012 | post #2)

Winslow, AZ

Asteroid 2005 YU55 Scores Three Points

Current Torino ScaleThe Torino Scale also uses a color code scale: white, green, yellow, orange, red. Each color code has an overall meaning:[2] NO HAZARD (white) 0. The likelihood of a collision is zero, or is so low as to be effectively zero. Also applies to small objects such as meteors and bodies that burn up in the atmosphere as well as infrequent meteorite falls that rarely cause damage. NORMAL (green) 1. A routine discovery in which a pass near the Earth is predicted that poses no unusual level of danger. Current calculations show the chance of collision is extremely unlikely with no cause for public attention or public concern. New telescopic observations very likely will lead to re-assignment to Level 0. MERITING ATTENTION BY ASTRONOMERS (yellow) 2. A discovery, which may become routine with expanded searches, of an object making a somewhat close but not highly unusual pass near the Earth. While meriting attention by astronomers, there is no cause for public attention or public concern as an actual collision is very unlikely. New telescopic observations very likely will lead to re-assignment to Level 0. 3. A close encounter, meriting attention by astronomers. Current calculations give a 1% or greater chance of collision capable of localized destruction. Most likely, new telescopic observations will lead to re-assignment to Level 0. Attention by public and by public officials is merited if the encounter is less than a decade away. 4. A close encounter, meriting attention by astronomers. Current calculations give a 1% or greater chance of collision capable of regional devastation. Most likely, new telescopic observations will lead to re-assignment to Level 0. Attention by public and by public officials is merited if the encounter is less than a decade away. THREATENING (orange) 5. A close encounter posing a serious, but still uncertain threat of regional devastation. Critical attention by astronomers is needed to determine conclusively whether a collision will occur. If the encounter is less than a decade away, governmental contingency planning may be warranted. 6. A close encounter by a large object posing a serious but still uncertain threat of a global catastrophe. Critical attention by astronomers is needed to determine conclusively whether a collision will occur. If the encounter is less than three decades away, governmental contingency planning may be warranted. 7. A very close encounter by a large object, which if occurring this century, poses an unprecedented but still uncertain threat of a global catastrophe. For such a threat in this century, international contingency planning is warranted, especially to determine urgently and conclusively whether a collision will occur. CERTAIN COLLISIONS (red) 8. A collision is certain, capable of causing localized destruction for an impact over land or possibly a tsunami if close offshore. Such events occur on average between once per 50 years and once per several thousand years. 9. A collision is certain, capable of causing unprecedented regional devastation for a land impact or the threat of a major tsunami for an ocean impact. Such events occur on average between once per 10,000 years and once per 100,000 years. 10. A collision is certain, capable of causing global climatic catastrophe that may threaten the future of civilization as we know it, whether impacting land or ocean. Such events occur on average once per 100,000 years, or less often.  (Nov 15, 2011 | post #1)

Holbrook, AZ

Immigration - Holbrook, AZ

Oh, and don't think this will do anything to stop the drugs.. The drug runners are already afraid being arrested, murdered or kidnapped by their own kind. With NO WALL they will carry on as usual.  (Aug 15, 2010 | post #27)

Holbrook, AZ

Immigration - Holbrook, AZ

last in education AZ is and it shows. Caught in lies left and right and Jan is making our state one of the most hardest hit economicly and all people talk about is Mexicans.. It is is sad that people here care more about an illegal than our childrens educations. Oh, in case you didnt notice.. AZ new law is NOT in effect.  (Aug 13, 2010 | post #21)

Winslow, AZ

Holbrook burns building; to dispose of cheaply? Asbestos ...

When Winslow burned abestos containing material (the torn down remains of the Apache Apartments) the EPA ended up giving them a $250K fine! But Holbrook must be aware of that and had an inspection done to see if these building contain it. RIGHT????  (Jul 26, 2010 | post #3)

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Winslow, AZ

Neighborhood:

Iron Horse

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Falcon, Creek, Bojo's

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Christine

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Why SMI people are free to run amok.

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