A first-of-its-kind federal study of Native American boarding schools that for over a century sought to assimilate Indigenous children into white society has identified more than 400 such schools that were supported by the U.S. government and more than 50 associated burial sites, a figure that could grow exponentially as research continues.
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian will dedicate the National Native American Veterans Memorial Nov. 11 in Washington D.C.
The park has confirmed norovirus from at least one rafting trip. Reported symptoms include nausea, stomach cramping/pain, vomiting and diarrhea.
- Nez provides testimony to Congress about clean water access
- Village of Tewa files lawsuit to hold insurrectionists, Hopi Tribe, Hopi Tribal Council and Cares Committee accountable
- Navajo Police Department: Bootlegging on reservation results in 193 stops and 823 vehicle checks
- Tribes credited with elevating vaccinations in rural Arizona
- Supreme Court could halt access to safe abortions, Indigenous activists say
- The Navajo Nation’s transition to renewable energy: what and where to expect it
- Energy Fuels confident ADEQ decision will be upheld at Pinyon Plain Mine
- ADEQ approves uranium mining permit for Pinyon Plain Mine
- Election season in full swing on the Navajo Nation; five candidates announce run
- NAU offers free tuition for qualifying residents
Women’s empowerment program teaches Navajo women self-defense, first-aid, situational awareness and more
Last week, the Navajo Police Training Academy hosted a certificate ceremony in honor of the first group of women to participate and complete the Lioness Project, the academy’s first-ever women's empowerment program.
NightVisions, an exhibit that focuses on comet hunter Carolyn Shoemaker, will open at the Coconino Center for Arts May 21.
- Applications now available for contests of 70th annual Miss Navajo Nation Pageant
- Native teens can learn to guide on the San Juan River in Utah
- Rose Bighorse shares her knowledge as a cultural demonstrator at Grand Canyon
- Miss Navajo Easter pictures
- Flags flown at half-staff in honor of Vietnam war veteran
Tuba City Elementary School honored Navajo language students May 12.
Sixty-four volunteers gathered in the wind to clean an estimated 2.75 tons of trash on Tutskwat Oqawtoynani’s 2022 April Earth Day Cleanup.
WInslow Bulldog Jett Jue completes his undefeated season by winning with a winning 23'6" jump.
The Sabino Sabercats shut out the Winslow Lady Bulldogs 8-0 in the 3A state championship game held in Tempe May 13, earning their third straight win.
- Winslow Bulldogs softball team heads to state today in Tempe
- St. Michael softball wins playoff game against St. David, falls to Superior
- Winslow Lady Bulldogs ranked No. 2 for 3A state tourney
- Winslow athletes compete at invitational
- Playoff-bound Rehoboth Christian School rallies in sweep over Estancia
- Joseph City Wildcats defeat Red Mesa, head to state
- Williams Lady Vikings top Saint Michaels in 1A North softball twin bill
- Navajo Pine falls to Laguna-Acoma in New Mexico 2A baseball doubleheader
- Winslow High's Kylie Begay to play for Chandler-Gilbert Community College
- Learning the ropes: Winslow High players teach flag football to Bonnie Brennan students
In honor of National Cafeteria Worker's Day. Winslow JR. High School recognized their cafeteria employees.
As a member of the Navajo Nation, Asdzaani nishlóó, as a resilient woman, I am on the front lines of the fight to protect Mother Earth, Nihoosdzaan Nihima. Every day, polluting industries seeking to extract resources from these lands bring my ancestral home in New Mexico under threat.
Two other dams — on the Fort Apache Reservation in Arizona and the Crow Creek Reservation in Montana — will also get a share of the $29 million
U.S. officials announced what they called extraordinary steps May 3 to keep hundreds of billions of gallons of water stored in a reservoir on the Utah-Arizona line to prevent it from shrinking more amid prolonged drought and climate change.
A federal appeals court has blocked a bid by Rosemont Copper Co. to dig a 6,500-foot wide open pit mine about 30 miles southeast of Tucson.
- Lake Mead: Watery graves recall early Las Vegas' organized crime days
- Feds: Starbucks engaged in unfair labor practices in Phoenix
- Native American leaders push for Chaco area protections
- Big U.S. energy transmission projects inch closer to approval
- Ducey signs bills limiting school mask, vaccination rules
- Winds push Crooks Fire farther southwest, reducing containment 16 percent
- Tony Hillerman's Dark Winds TV series premiers June 12
- Remaining evacuation orders lifted in New Mexico wildfire
- Sinema calls for boost in U.S. oil drilling amid Ukraine war
- Trucker blockade snarls US-Mexico border over Texas border
Former Tohatchi Red Willow Farm Board president and beloved community leader Dorothy Bitsilly, passed away Feb. 23 at the age of 93.
Ralph “Sam” Conner Jr., age 86, passed peacefully at home in Winslow Arizona on January 21, 2022