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Navajo Nation Police Department addressing incident at Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation

The Office of the Navajo Nation President and Vice President (OPVP) has been made aware of a situation taking place at the Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation (TCRHCC).

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Navajo Nation implements Stage 1 fire restrictions

The Navajo Nation moved to Stage 1 fire restrictions June 21 to help suppress human-caused fires and wildfires in forest lands on the Nation, Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye said.

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Photo highlights: Winslow Library holds summer class with 3D art

The Winslow Library held its summer art class June 15 at the Girl Scout House.

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Winslow Library offers basketball camp to kids

Winslow Library hosted a basketball camp for kids June 15.

Winslow City Council hires firm for city attorney

The Winslow City Council met June 13 and hired the firm Gust Rosenfeld, P.L.C. from Phoenix to work as the Winslow city attorney.

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Coconino National Forest moves to Stage II fire restrictions June 22

Coconino National Forest officials are implementing additional fire restrictions beginning tomorrow, June 22 at 8 a.m.

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Upgraded 911 system complete for Tuba City region

After two years, updated system provides Navajo Nation with improved emergency notifications

In May, Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye commended the Navajo Nation Division of Public Safety on their successful implementation of the E911 Initiative Celebration for the Tuba City Region.

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Zinke says tribes are ‘happy’ to have Bears Ears modifications; tribes disagree

Formal public comment period for Bears Ears review extended through July 10

U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke is misrepresenting tribal positions about his plan to reduce a yet unspecified portion of the Bears Ears National Monument while increasing tribal co-management of the site, according to tribal officials and their lawyers.

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Blues and Brews turns up the heat for Flagstaff crowds

After performing at the Flagstaff Blues and Brews Festival June 10, guitarist Mike Howard was recognized for being in the Arizona Blues Hall of Fame.

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Tony Abeyta displays contemporary art at MNA

Flagstaff's Museum of Northern Arizona features contemporary painter through Sept. 4

Tony Abeyta: Convergence, opened at the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) June 18, with more than 20 works by the contemporary painter on display, which is part of the museum's summer exhibition.

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Arizona Supreme Court limits tribes ability to intercede during adoption of Native children

The ability of tribes to intercede in the adoption of Native American children not living on the reservation is limited and not absolute, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled June 13.

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Kaitlin Honahni named Student of the Year at Nizhoni Accelerated

Katilin Honahni, 20, was named “Student of the Year” by Nizhoni Accelerated Academy (NAA) staff May 20 during the Tuba City Warrior graduation. NAA is the alternative high school for the Tuba City District.

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Letter to the editor: Navajo Generating Station replacement lease needs visionary leadership to make agreement stronger

When I was growing up on Black Mesa, the land was rich with grass and natural springs, fed by ancient waters of the Navajo Aquifer.

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Microbrewery and eatery opens in Winslow

Relic Road, a microbrewery and eatery opened in early June in Winslow.

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Second Saturday theme ‘Man’s Best Friend’

The Winslow Art Council presented Second Saturday June 10 with the theme centered on domestic pets.

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Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation’s Dr. Manheimer receives alumni award

Dr. Sophina Manheimer Calderon, family physician of Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation (TCRHCC), is the recipient of the 2017 School of Medicine and Dentistry Alumni Humanitarian Award from the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry.

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Holbrook High School May Students of the Month

The following students were recognized as May Students of the Month at Holbrook High School.

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Tuba City graduates take flight

It was a day of sunshine celebration.

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Hopi weigh in on Little Colorado water negotiations

On May 31, the Hopi Tribal Council Water and Energy Committee met with the U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution and representatives of the Navajo Nation to discuss the prospects for agreement concerning water rights.

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Shortage of Native American physicians creates concerns, elicits call for action

Dena Wilson never doubted what she wanted to do with her life while growing up on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.