Katherine Locke

NHO Associate Editor

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It's “Diné Bí Ná’álkid Time"

Navajo puppet television show wants to make Navajo language accessible for younger children

Filming started in November for “Diné Bí Ná’álkid Time (“Navajo Movie Time”),” the first-ever educational Navajo and English puppet television show created for all ages who want to learn the Navajo language.

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Flagstaff council opposes transportation of uranium through city in 6-1 vote

With about 100 people, many of them Native American, packing the council chambers Nov. 7, the Flagstaff City Council passed a symbolic resolution opposing transporting uranium through the city from Canyon Mine by a vote of 6-1.

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Navajo Nation Council says no to Escalade development

Navajo Nation Council votes down Grand Canyon Escalade project legislation, 16-2.

The Navajo Nation Council voted down legislation, during a special session Oct. 31, for the Grand Canyon Escalade project, which included a gondola tramway on the western edge of the Nation at the confluence of the Little Colorado and the Colorado rivers.

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Nation votes no to $216 million stimulus plan

The Navajo Nation voted no on the Transportation Stimulus Plan in a special election Oct. 24.

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$554 million settlement helps fund new safety building

On Sept. 25, a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrated the opening of the new Twin Arrows Public Safety Building, which will help provide public safety and emergency response services for Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort and Navajo communities.

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Navajo man sentenced to life for kidnapping, assault of 11-year-old Ashlynne Mike

A district judge in New Mexico sentenced a Navajo man to a term of life imprisonment without the possibility of release for his conviction in the rape and murder May 2, 2016 of Ashlynne Mike, an 11-year-old Navajo child.

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Budget for Navajo Nation over $636 million

Council approved budget for FY 2018: $636 million with 18 amendments

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Missing in Arizona Day, Oct. 21, aims to help families find information on missing people

Missing people considered a national, silent mass disaster

The 3rd annual Missing in Arizona Day is set for Oct. 21 at Arizona State University West and those seeking information on missing people are urged to attend, including missing people from tribal communities.

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Arizona musicians anticipate NAMMY awards Oct. 14

Radmilla Cody, Clark Tenakhongva, Gabe Yaiva and Jonah Littlesunday look forward to announcement of Native American Music Awards

The 17th annual Native American Music Awards (NAMA) will take place Oct. 14 in Niagara Falls, New York with artists from tribes in northern Arizona including Gabe Yaiva and Jonah Littlesunday.

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Hopi Arts and Cultural Festival Sept. 30 in Flagstaff

The 8th annual Hopi Arts and Cultural Festival, which takes place Sept. 30 — Oct. 1, is an opportunity for visitors and residents to experience Hopi art and culture at its best.

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