Joni Hogle

Mar 062018
Apache County Seal

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Mar 052018

March 8, 2018 at 13:11:17 MST

Doyel,       (Supervisor Shamley)

AGFD investigated reports this morning of three wolves feeding on a dead elk in the Chapache housing area in Alpine.  AGFD responded and located a recently killed elk in an open field near several houses.  The wolves had left by the time AGFD had arrived.  At this time, there were no reported interactions between wolves and humans or with dogs in this incident.  The remains of the elk carcass were removed from the area to eliminate the attractant of wolves returning to the area.  Homeowners in the area were contacted by AGFD and advised of their legal ability to harass wolves seen near houses, as well as their legal ability to shoot wolves in the act of attacking livestock or dogs on private land.  The Prime Canyon Pack and Hoodoo Pack both had radio signals in the area.


Paul Greer
Mexican Wolf IFT Leader
Pinetop Region
AZ Game and Fish Department

Patterson Hired as Apache County Manager

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Feb 142018

Pictured: Supervisor Joe Shirley, Jr.; County Manager Ryan Patterson; Chairman Alton J. Shepherd; and Supervisor
Doyel Shamley

February 13, 2018
Patterson Hired as Apache County Manager

The Apache County Board of Supervisors officially hired Ryan N. Patterson as the new Apache County Manager. This decision came today after a special Board of Supervisors meeting was held and interviews were conducted during an executive session. After the interviews were complete and the Board deliberated, Supervisor Joe Shirley, Jr. made a motion to officially hire Mr. Patterson as the Apache County Manager effective today (February 13, 2018). The motion was seconded by Supervisor Doyel Shamley. Chairman Alton J. Shepherd called for the vote, it was unanimous.

Mr. Patterson has served as the Apache County Finance Director for 11 years and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). He received his bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Arizona State University and holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA).

Feb 132018
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Feb 092018

District III Supervisor Shamley and staff held a follow-up food workshop on 02/08/18 addressing access to food in rural areas and an in-depth discussion on applying for USDA Rural Development funding. Supervisor Shamley and Apache County has provided the following videos for those of you how were unable to attend this workshop.

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