3/19/2013 10:37:00 AM Winslow City Council honors
WHS Lady Bulldogs and Pom Line
Winslow Mayor Robin Boyd (left) presents a Proclamation of Appreciation to Lady Bulldogs basketball coach Jerron Jordon for winning the State Championship in Division III Basketball. Photo/Todd Roth
Mayor Robin Boyd (left) presents a Proclamation of Appreciation to Winslow High School Pom Line coach Tamie Ramsey for winning the State Championship in Division III. Photo/Todd Roth
Todd Roth NHO
The Winslow City Council approved proclamations honoring the Winslow High School Lady Bulldogs for their Division III State Basketball Championship win and the Winslow High School Pom Line Division III State Championship win during the March 12 regular meeting.
Lady Bulldogs team members are Marcella Joe, Halle Hays, Shandiin Armao, Laylane Benslow, Mattea Begaii, Kaelyn Bitsoi, Ami Begay, Katonya Begay, Tannon Tom, Jacey Sangster, Theresa Thompson, Michaela Bia, Stephanie Begody, and Christine Dale. The team's managers are Andrea Bollin, Alicia Chen and Analyah Ahasteen. Lady Bulldog coaches are Jerron Jordan, Karen Rockwell, Lynne Sawyer and Erick Petranovich.
Pom Line members are Tamry Ramsey, Brittni Sorenson, Sheyenne Sweet, Jenifer Brown, Lindsey Williams, Jacqueline Ribera, Reanna Sanchez, Kristina Mangus, Emily Woods, Alexa Gilbert and Lilly Mangus. Pom Line coaches are Tammie Ramsey and Carleen Walton.
Council members also approved a May 21 special election asking voters to extend the 2 percent restaurant and bar tax for five more years beginning July 1.
The council appointed John Henley and Robin Henley to the Planning and Zoning Commission.
A city crew pulled the city dredge from Clear Creek after the dredge sank. Preliminary inspection reveals damage at the dredge's water line from two bullet holes. Police suspect a hi-powered rifle caused the damage. Winslow Police are investigating and a reward for information leading to an arrest is being considered. The city dredge is insured and will be back in service after repairs are complete.
Finally, council members discussed the length of funeral services at the city cemetery, which often extend for hours, complicating cemetery scheduling. The council agreed that better communication about scheduling constraints will likely solve the problem.