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Upcoming news and events on and around the Hopi and Navajo reservations
About 90 people showed up for a meet and greet with Winslow's new city manager.
Starting off the New Year promptly, Winslow’s “Live Art Activities” headed by Roberta Cano, hosted a three day film festival Jan. 3-5.
The Winslow Lady Bulldogs won the Chandler Prep Tournament with a 47-37 victory over the Alchesay Lady Falcons in the Championship Game Dec. 29.
Jan. 3 was all about Rep. Sharice Davids, D-Kansas, and Rep. Deb Haaland, D-New Mexico, the first two Native American women to be elected to the Congress of the United States.
Calling the federal government’s shutdown pathetic and harmful to Americans, U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran said that he is for protecting the borders, but believes building the wall is not the most practical way to do that and questions why the Trump administration has not produced a plan on how the $5 billion would be spent building the wall.
The Grand Canyon, carved by water over millions of years, is a geologic wonder that has inspired poets to dream and scientists to ponder.
Harry Houdini’s great grand-nephew, a long-time resident of the Navajo Nation, has a new program on the Science Channel.
Daryl Noon will be sworn in as the new Navajo Police Department Deputy Chief during a pinning ceremony to be held at the Navajo Nation Museum Jan. 8.
On Dec. 27, Council Delegate Nelson S. BeGaye attended a dedication ceremony for the new Chinle nursing home facility, also known as the Dr. Guy Gorman, Sr. Care Home, in Chinle, Arizona.
LeRoy Shingoitewa dug his hiking boots into loose gravel and sand, watching the early November morning sunlight slowly spread across shrubby hills and rocky valleys near the proposed site of an enormous copper mine.
Two dozen large-screen TVs showing football and other sports line the walls.
On Dec. 26, legislation was approved amending the Navajo Nation tribal ranches grazing fee from $4 per animal unit per month to $6 per animal unit per month.
Guest column: “Haaji Naat’aanii Corporation?” Our answer is — Nizhóníígo dóó Yéégo Nideiilnish Nihi K’éí Bá
In order for the Navajo Nation to move successfully forward toward creating jobs and increasing economic opportunities, it must take different types of approaches to development.
Window Rock boys and girls basketball teams ended the year by defending home court, with a couple of victories, at the Bee Ho’ldzil Fighting Scouts event center.
Winslow City Manager Steve Pauken retired from his position Dec. 20.
St. Paul’s Episcopal hosted a candlelight service Christmas Eve.
The Winslow High School basketball teams were successful in 2018 and expect to be playoff teams.