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NAVIT students win top places at Skills USA

On Feb. 1, Holbrook High School NAVIT students competed at the Regional 4 Skills USA competition, the largest regional in Arizona with 22 schools represented.

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Winslow community egg hunt draws a crowd

The Winslow community Easter egg hunt draws a huge crowd.

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Community information: Old Trails Spring History Highlight ‘Legacies of the Past: Arizona Women who Made History’

The Old Trails Museum offers its 2019 Spring History Highlight May 4, at 2 p.m. at the Winslow Arts Trust Museum, 333 East Second Street.

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Letter to the editor: Tuba City High School student seeks donations for Guatemala missionary trip

My daughter Breaux-Somer Analylan Chissie will be traveling to Guatemala, Central America as a missionary in June 2019.

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Around the Rez: week of April 24

Upcoming news and events on and around the Hopi and Navajo reservations.

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Assault at Winslow Junior High under investigation

A teacher at Winslow Junior High School has been fired and a criminal investigation has been launched following a tip from a concerned parent.

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Winslow Bulldogs edge Blue Ridge, lose to Payson

The Winslow Bulldogs, nearing the end of the season, played two games last week, claiming victory over Blue Ridge 7-6 April 16 and losing to the Payson Longhorns 7-1 April 19.

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Lady Bulldogs defeat Blue Ridge; win one, lose two at Las Vegas tournament

The Winslow Lady Bulldogs played four games last week, defeating the Blue Ridge Lady Yellowjackets 8-6 at their first game April 16 in Winslow.

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Samantha Burton brings a Native voice to the Museum of Northern Arizona

Samantha Burton, bookstore and publications manager at the Museum of Northern Arizona, is helping to lead the museum into the future as an indigenous voice who is responsible for lifting artists and indigenous literature into the future.

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Unsolved homicides cause unease on Hopi reservation

Hopi lives matter. Native American lives matter.

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Indian country has sharp reaction to burning of Notre Dame Cathedral

Native American Indian Country’s reaction is sharp when it comes to the destruction of sacred sites; all sacred sites.

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Navajo Technical University's men’s college rodeo team finds momentum in spring season

Navajo Technical University’s men’s rodeo team has found momentum in the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association’s (NIRA) Grand Canyon Region’s spring rodeo season.

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Hopi appeals court denies challenges against tribal chairman

The Hopi Appellate Court has upheld the dismissal of two cases that alleged the tribal chairman was improperly seated.

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Former Navajo Nation official sentenced in Tuba City theft case

A former manager of the Navajo Nation’s Tuba City Chapter has been sentenced to jail time and probation in a theft case.

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Childcare center attracts U.S. Rep. O’Halleran to Tuba City High School

Tuba City childcare center achieves four star rating

The four star rating of Tuba City High School’s Child Development Learning Center attracted interest from U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran (D-AZ), who personally visited the school March 19 to learn more about what the program does and who they partner with to provide a quality program for children 3 to 5 years of age.

Bill in Congress would resolve large Utah water rights claim

Federal legislation has been introduced to settle one of the largest outstanding water rights claims in Utah.

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San Juan County formally switches sides in Bears Ears debate

A southeastern Utah county commission that used to be a vocal opponent of the Bears Ears Nati

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Flagstaff area National Monuments offer free entrance April 20

Sunset Crater Volcano, Walnut Canyon and Wupatki National Monuments, will celebrate National Park Week with free entrance April 20.

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College’s ASCEND! students launch high altitude weather balloon

A group of Diné College students recently participated in the launch of a high altitude weather balloon as part of NASA sponsored Arizona Space Grant and Aerospace Challenges to Educate New Discoveries program — ASCEND!.

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Guest column: 2019 First Mesa annual Earth Day clean-up in Polacca

This year’s First Mesa Annual Earth Day Clean-up will be held April 20 and April 21 in Polacca, Arizona.

During last year’s First Mesa Annual Clean-up event residents from Polacca, Arizona, picked up and hauled away over 10 tons of trash that was cleared from the sides and top of the mesa and around their homes.