“Naasgoo Nihizaaad doo Nikee’o’ool’jjl bee Aniilzee doo”
An entire day in the winter school calendar at Tuba City School District is devoted to honoring and learning ways to implement respect, tribal culture, history and tribal language using practical teaching methods.
Three Hopi High media students visited two community colleges, the Central Arizona Project (CAP) headquarters and performed with two blues bands in Phoenix.
Innovative students at STAR School design low-cost evaporative cooler, win $25,000 from Samsung's Solve for Tomorrow project
STAR School students recently won $25,000 from Samsung for their solution to cooling needs on the reservation by designing an evaporative cooler bucket that is low-cost and can be used on and off the grid.
Tuba City Unified School District’s (TCUSD) newest K-5 Elementary digital school has been formally christened with a ribbon cutting and will be in full operation for the 2018 winter semester.
Cheyenne River Sioux artist collaborating with local artist Chip Thomas on Navajo Nation and Flagstaff mural project
The Heard Museum is featuring Cheyenne River Sioux artist Cheyenne Randall’s ‘The Mural Project' through Feb. 15, which will include creating murals at the museum and on Gray Mountain on the Navajo Nation and in downtown Flagstaff.
Holbrook High School recently announced its January Students of the Month.
The Upward Bound Math and Science (UBMS) program, which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, provides fundamental support to participants in their preparation for college entrance.
Tracy Lee Nelson, a former member with the popular band known as Redbone, recently cut his eighth CD, “Blues Loving Man.”
Doctors Without Borders will hold a recruiting session for medical and non-medical workers Feb. 13 at 6:30 p.m. at the Flagstaff Public Library, 300 W. Aspen Ave.
On March 2, the Hopi Education Endowment Fund (HEEF) will reintroduce one of their more popular and successful fundraising events, the HEEF Silent Auction.
The last public and community student performance was given at the old Tuba City Primary School on Main Street in uptown Tuba City, before the move to a new school after break in January.
Blue Ridge, Holbrook and St. Johns High Schools participated at the inaugural “Painted Desert In The Zone — VEX Skills Robotics Competition,” at Munoz Gymnasium at Holbrook High School Jan. 13.
Holbrook High School honors its first semester perfect attendance students.
Holbrook High School recently announced its December Students of the Month.
Jesse Delmar, executive director of Navajo Nation Division of Public Safety, appointed to children’s commission
Jesse Delmar, director of the Navajo Division of Public Safety, was appointed to the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Jan. 3 to provide for the education, health and safety of Native American children.
Nation honors women's flyweight champion, St. Michaels volleyball team and bullriding champion
On the opening day of the 2018 Winter Council Session, the 23rd Navajo Nation Council recognized and congratulated Nicco Montano, a member of the Navajo Nation from the community of Lukachukai, who recently won the Ultimate Fighting Championship inaugural Women’s Flyweight Title.
Five Hopi High media students not only attended Indian Nations and Tribal Legislative Day Jan. 10, but were the only students allowed on the floor of the House of Representatives, where they heard speeches by tribal leaders.
Pre-winter concert showcases piano, guitar, blended band and choral selections
Tuba City Unified School District (TCUSD) recognizes that art and music are an important component to giving students a well-rounded education.
Annual Rumble on the Mountain features local artists, musicians, dancers and speakers highlighting the people and sacred lands of the Colorado Plateau
Rumble on the Mountain IV, an annual event to raise awareness of the plight of indigenous people and lands of the Colorado Plateau, takes place Jan. 20 at the Coconino Center for the Arts from 2-7 p.m.
For Darrien Clitso, a freshman at Diné College in Tsaile, Arizona, Christmas was extra significant last year as she was awarded the Lauren Swisher Memorial Scholarship for direct educational expenses on Dec. 25, 2017.
Holbrook High School’s (HHS) recently announced its first semester Honor Roll students for the 2017-18 school year.
Upcoming news and events around the Hopi and Navajo reservations
Hopi High’s music program closed out the semester by giving the student body a performance in the auditorium Dec 20, with a mix of holiday and non-holiday tunes.
Feature film by Navajo filmmaker Kody Dayish in pre-production, now casting actors
Kody Dayish Productions, featuring Kody and his brother, Kolin and sister, Kolette, are currently making a feature film titled “Unbroken Code” about Navajo Code Talkers during WWII. The siblings are from Shiprock, New Mexico and are seeking extras and cast members for the film.
Six Hopi High media students learned about Spot 127, an after-school media program in the Phoenix area, during a recent trip to the valley.
- Hopi ends 27 year reign as cross country state champs
- STAR School creates solutions for staying cool in off-grid housing
- Winter Solstice Cultural Symposium held at Tuba City School District
- Letter to the editor: Hopi villages have a say in what happens with NGS/Kayenta Mine
- Holbrook High School students are Upward Bound
- Chinle Wildcats cruise past Window Rock in 61-47 victory
- Diné Action Plan confronts ‘modern monsters’ on Navajo Nation
- Around the Rez: Feb. 14
- Winslow Police Dept. accepting applications for Citizen Liaison Committee
- Hopi High students visit Phoenix colleges and perform with blues bands
- Carbon monoxide detector saves lives of Second Mesa family
- Hopi High's Lady Bruins defeat Tuba City, 52-49
- Hopi housing complex opens in Winslow
- Arizona State Museum receives donation of 208 Hopi baskets from collectors
- Hopi ends 27 year reign as cross country state champs
- Arizona law enforcement doesn't reflect state's diversity; Winslow police force does
- Guest column: 'Savanna's Law" could help find missing children in Indian Country
- Winslow Art Trust Museum nears completion
- 3A NORTH REGION - STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT HIGHLIGHTS - Defending state champs prepare to 'swarm' into Glendale
- Sex trafficking a 'significant problem' in Indian Country