The new order from the governor takes effect at 5 p.m. April 4. On the new closure list are massage parlors, tattoo parlors, barber shops and tanning salons.
The park announced the closure April 1, after receiving a letter from the Health and Human Services Director and Chief Health Officer for Coconino County.
“The most challenging part of this (COVID-19) spread, and adhering to the CDC protocol is the transition from face-to-face to online instruction,” said Diné College Provost Geraldine Garrity, Ed.D.
- Calls mount to close Grand Canyon after resident gets virus
- Navajo & Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief aims to help elders and struggling families during coronavirus pandemic
- Hopi Foundation adapts, still working to serve community
- Nation’s investment in glove factory paying off during COVID-19 pandemic
- Arizona governor issues stay-at-home order effective Tuesday
- Curfew takes effect for Navajo Nation as COVID-19 cases reaches 128
- Arizona National Guard assists Navajo Nation
- With stay-at-home orders and fundraising, Indian Country combats COVID-19
- $2 trillion stimulus package provides COVID-19 funds for tribes
- SRP suspends NGS Decommissioning in response to COVID-19
The Museum of Northern Arizona announced its summer heritage festivals will be rescheduled and combined into one event that will take place Sept.12-13 this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Yazzie family are being proactive to bring COVID-19 awareness to the Leupp community.
Native Americans across the U.S. are organizing online and social-distancing powwows and posting videos of dances as a way to offer hope and spiritual support during the coronavirus pandemic.
- Navajo student comes home to Navajo Nation after school at Duke and DC
- Dr. Emerman: Oak Flat is the ‘worst mining project I have ever encountered’
- Diné College extends spring break, shifts to online courses
- Pharmacy Tech Training Program set to graduate first cohort
- Ganado student to represent Arizona in National Poetry recitation competition
The Winslow Lady Bulldogs lost to the Henderson, Nevada Coronado Lady Cougars 8-7 March 6 in the Tournament of Champions at Bullhead City.
On March 5, President Jonathan Nez served as a guest speaker at the Window Rock High School boys basketball banquet in Fort Defiance, Arizona. During the event, Nez thanked parents and congratulated players on their hard work as student athletes.
The 2020 Arizona State 3A Boys and Girls tournament semifinals and championships were held at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum at the Arizona State Fairgrounds Feb. 28-29.
- Bulldogs, Lady Bulldogs fall in second round
- Roadrunners advance in state championship over Window Rock Scouts
- Solitude, wildlife viewing possible at Red Rock State Park near Sedona
- Winslow Bulldog Zach Wagner invited to play in Australia
- Kayenta Middle School Colts win NAIC boys basketball championship
Even though Old Trails Museum is currently closed, curators stated they wanted to stay connected with their friends through social media.
- Businesses in Winslow shut down as COVID-19 fears empty shelves
- Winslow closures as of March 20
- Photo highlights: Winslow residents donate blood during two-day drive
- More than 250 attend town meeting hosted by Winslow Police after four recent opioid overdoes
- Winslow hosts Twin Arrows Casino job fair
Upcoming news and events on and around the Hopi and Navajo reservations.
The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) advises northern Arizona drivers to plan for a traffic shift on Interstate 40 at Meteor City Road (milepost 239) while crews complete a bridge-improvement project.
- Editorial: Some politicians are allowing fentanyl dealers to keep killing our children
- Letter to the editor: Time for Nation to remove NTEC CEO
- Around the Rez: week of Feb. 26
- Public information: Early ballots available for March 17 Presidential Preference Election (PPE); election offices open throughout Coconino County
- Letter to the editor: Thank you Chinle, Canyon de Chelly