Winslow honored the fallen heroes of the terrorist attack on 9/11. The first time Winslow honoured those who fell on that day was in 2002.
Red Sands Christian School hosted a fair Sept. 16 to help raise funds in the hope of moving the school to Winslow, Arizona.
The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Tuba City Warriors 56-8 in Tuba City Sept. 15. The win improved Winslow’s record to 4-0 and left the Warriors with a 3-2 mark.
The primary election for Hopi Tribal chairman and vice chairman took place Sept. 14. The results were unofficial until Sept. 19, which was the last day candidates could challenge the results.
On the afternoon of Sept. 11, Navajo Police Department arrested the driver of a vehicle that crashed into a school bus on the Navajo Nation, two other passengers were arrested for public intoxication.
The Navajo Nation president, vice president and members of the council offered their heartfelt condolences to the family and loved ones of former U.S. Senator Pete Domenici, who passed away Sept. 13.
Navajo Nation Vice President Jonathan Nez officially opened the 71st Navajo Nation Fair at an opening ceremony held Sept. 6. The theme for this year’s fair is "Honoring Our Law Enforcement Officers" and Nez said respect for authority is established through good parenting.
On Sept. 3, Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez extended efforts to support Navajo families affected by Hurricane Harvey as they visited the Houston area distributing water and donated supplies.
The Budget and Finance Committee received an update report Sept. 5, regarding the Navajo Nation Gaming Distribution Plan from the Navajo Nation Office of Management and Budget and the Navajo Nation Department of Justice.
Holbrook High School (HHS) is seeking parents or guardians of pupils enrolled at HHS and community members to participate in the HHS Site Council.