On April 3, the Winslow Chamber of Commerce hosted Good Morning Winslow featuring Royce Kincannon from Northland Pioneer College.
Georgetown University student Yasmin Zuch, from Flagstaff, Arizona, recently spoke out about the lack of inclusion Native people face at the university.
Rex Lee Jim’s new book of poetry, ‘Saad Lá Tah Hózhóón: A Collection of Diné Poetry’ weaves language and culture into a contemporary landscape that will teach readers about himself, his people, his land and his language.
Universal Technical Institute (UTI) may be a student’s dream because they get to work on cars, do not have to attend academic classes and most get good paying jobs after they graduate.
Three eighth-graders from Tuba City Junior High School joined more than 1,000 students from across the state of Arizona to compete in the Arizona Science and Engineering Fair where 743 projects were judged April 4-5 at the Phoenix Convention Center.
Pivot, the skateboard deck art exhibition, ended its run at the Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff March 31.
Holbrook High School announces Students of the Month for February and March.
Sanders, Nahata Dziil shopping center celebrates grand opening
It was a day worth waiting for as hundreds of community members and dignitaries gathered April 3 to celebrate the grand opening of a long-awaited shopping center that will primarily serve the communities of Sanders and Nahata Dziil off Interstate 40.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer offered their heartfelt condolences to the family of 4-year-old Anndine Jones, a member of the Navajo Nation who is believed to have been found deceased after she went missing nearly three weeks ago in the Navajo community of Aneth, Utah.
Not a food safety concern
Virulent Newcastle disease has been found in an Arizona chicken flock for the first time since the outbreak began last year in California.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer issued a proclamation April 2, stating the Navajo Nation will pursue and prioritize clean renewable energy development for the long-term benefit of the Navajo people.
Newsroom to create national TV news program
This summer Indian Country Today will open a newsroom in Phoenix at the Walter Cronkite School at Arizona State University.
The NAZ Warriors youth basketball team of Flagstaff won the National Junior Basketball National Championship for the sixth-grade division by one point March 24 in Anaheim, California.
Since Diné College opened its doors in 1969, Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs) across the country have given young men and women educational opportunities steeped in the culture, traditions, and experiences of Native people.
On March 1, 2019 Kimberly Yellow Robe of Chandler, Arizona wed Andrew Grover, Jr also of Chandler, Arizona.
Upcoming news and events on and around the Hopi and Navajo reservations
Grand Falls, near Leupp, Arizona, is now on full display following heavy winter snowstorms and spring rain showers.
Winslow Theater’s classic movie for March was ‘Selena,’ which showed to a capacity crowd March 27.
Richard Berry, the owner and manager of the Tate’s Auto Group and Linda Tate, the president of the company have filed bankruptcy on behalf of the company’s four dealerships.
The Prescott Republican was set to go to court that afternoon in a bid to block the Ethics Committee from demanding that he turn over documents from the District of Columbia Bar Association which had looked into the arrest on multiple sex allegations, including one listed as "perverted practice.''