According to responding officers, the bus was transporting over 25 students home.
Four Ceremonial Queen contestants competed for the title.
Hopi and Winslow residents and visitors celebrated "Coming Together" at Homolovi State Park Aug. 3.
David Simmer, representing central and northern Arizona Rotary District 5495, gave an update on Rotary’s water projects on the Navajo Reservation Aug. 7.
Winslow schools opened Aug. 5 for the new school year.
The Winslow Chamber of Commerce hosted a monthly mixer at the Little Colorado Medical Center (LCMC).
The Winslow Bulldogs open the 2019 season against the Blue Ridge Yellowjackets at Lakeside Aug. 23.
Loy Engelhardt announces for the Winslow Bulldogs for football, basketball, baseball and softball.
The suspects were not at home when officers executed the warrant, and are currently still being sought by deputies.
Gray Mountain, AZ – A couple from Arkansas was attacked when they stopped to help a stranded motorist on Highway 89 near Gray Mountain August 5.
The community of Winslow celebrates the contributions of the Laguna Tribe at a festival July 26-27.
Heidi Hanson and Kristi Corum gave a presentation to the Winslow Rotary July 25 about this summer's KinderCamp.
Winslow High School will have a new club this fall.
On May 10, Michael Kotutwa Johnson, son of Col. Johnson and Nancy Johnson, received his Doctor of Philosophy with a major in Natural Resources from the University of Arizona.
Netflix documentary series highlights the resilience of Native youth; available in 120 countries and translated into more than 30 languages
The world is about to see the chaos of the amazing talent Indian Country has to offer beyond a full gym of “rez ball” fans.
Salt River Project, the NGS PERA Club and 16 organizations invite members of the Page community to attend a free grand opening celebration of the Northern Arizona Region Re-Employment Center.
Around the Rez: Week of Aug. 7
On July 10, O’Halleran introduced bipartisan legislation to repeal archaic laws relating to Native American education, forced relocation of Native American children to boarding schools and withholding money owed to Native American tribes.
Despite a 2007 pilot project, it was not in place on the Navajo Nation when her daughter Ashlynne Mike was abducted near Shiprock, a town in northeast New Mexico. Her disappearance was a catalyst for the state to fully implement Amber Alerts.
The guide will provide healthcare tips and advice to meet the needs of a tribal population and direct patients to health care providers in their area.