As the 2020 general election nears and early voting begins, candidates are making one last attempt to garner as many votes as possible — including the Native vote.
All flags on the Navajo Nation were flown at half-staff through Oct. 19 in honor of former tribal President Thomas Atcitty.
Navajo Transitional Energy Co. to provide free coal to 110 Navajo chapter houses as winter approaches
On Nov. 28, Navajo Transitional Energy Company (NTEC) will kick-off its annual Community Heating Resource Program (CHRP), which provides free coal to all 110 Navajo Chapters.
- Health report: Prenatal vitamin use up, substance use down among Native mothers
- Fire at Northland Pioneer College facility in St. Johns mitigated by emergency personnel, students and staff
- Hopi Relief going strong with non-profit status and dreams
- 9th Circuit Court of Appeals says no extra time for Navajo Nation to cast ballots
- Navajo Nation re-implements weekend lockdowns through October
- Hopi Law Enforcement Services: 760 calls for service in September
- ASU Law launches first-ever Indian Gaming and Self-Governance programs
- NTU faculty and students research on energy storage systems published in Journal of Power Sources
- New asphalt and stripes for Navajo Route 57
- Man dies in Escalante Arm of Lake Powell
The middle of a pandemic is an odd time for a film to open in theaters, but for ‘Neither Wolf Nor Dog,’ which returns to Flagstaff Oct. 23, is a sign of its ongoing success.
Water, in all its complicated cultural and spiritual forms, is the subject of a new exhibit at the Coconino Center for the Arts in Flagstaff, Arizona.
- Sharing native voices about COVID-19: Museum of Northern Arizona strikes a balance
- Navajo community welcomes new skate park built by New Mexico Youth Conservation Corps
- Smoki Museum changes name to Museum of Indigenous People, welcomes new president
- Navajo Technical University's Transportation Department helps students persist with 'Homework Express'
- Code Talker flag honors Native American veterans, service members
- National Weather Service selects Navajo Department of Emergency Management as ambassador of excellence
- Diné College marketing director a finalist for National Communicator of the Year award
- Navajo Tech, New Mexico Tech agree to focus on improved access to water on rez
- ‘Baby-Friendly’ hospitals tackle health disparities by encouraging Native mothers to breastfeed
- Navajo president, vice president continue aid deliveries on Navajo Nation
Authorities said the wildfire fire began Oct. 15. The origin is under investigation.
I am running as an Independent because divisive party politics are not solving Arizona’s problems.
- Delays at Arizona MVD affecting some who want to vote
- Trump cancels rally stop in Flagstaff after coronavirus diagnosis
- COVID-19 in Arizona: Ducey says state will remain open, prepare for fall
- Judge removes Trump public lands boss for serving unlawfully
- Arizona’s western yellow-billed cuckoo to remain protected
Coconino County District 4 Supervisor candidates are very different in many ways and Ms. Judy Begay is the clear choice for voters based on her exceptional background.
Greetings to everyone! I am Judy Begay from Coalmine Mesa/Tuba City, Arizona, and I am running for a seat on the Coconino County Board of Supervisors for District 4.
In 2013, Bob Thorpe and other Representatives sued our State opposing the State Congress passing and Gov. Brewer (R) signing expansion of Medicaid that benefits lower-middle income people by using Federal funds.
- Guest column: Love him or hate him, Trump has been impactful
- Guest column: Former Hopi chairmen call on officials to ensure proper reclamation of mines
- Lake Powell Fishing report: Spring spawning successful at Lake Powell
- Guest Column: O’Halleran: ‘The Grand Canyon is too precious to lose’
- Community information: How to obtain an application for protection from domestic abuse
- Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez warns Navajo people to take precautions as flu season kicks off
- Around the Rez: week of Sept. 2
- Bashas' Hatch Green Chili cooking contest celebrates season with prizes
- Letter to the editor: Thank you voters of Coconino County
- Lake Powell fishing report: Big fish stops running at Lake Powell
The Hopi Jr./Sr. High School Facebook page confirmed the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) Executive Board approved a proposal from the 17 Northeastern Arizona Schools for the schools to compete against one another in all sports throughout the spring semester.
Over 30 Native youth golfers ages 8-18 competed in the NB3 Foundation Inaugural All-Native National Youth Golf Tournament Aug. 3-4 at the Santa Ana Golf Club, Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico.
The Washington NFL franchise announced July 13 it is retiring its team name and logo, a fight Native activists have been leading for decades.
- As Native Americans fight virus, basketball takes a timeout
- NABI cancellation means much more to Native American community than just loss of basketball
- Out and about: Hiking is still an option
- Former ASU basketball player helps fight COVID-19 at Little Colorado Medical Center
- Winslow Lady Bulldogs softball fall in tournament, lose to Page
- Nez, Randall Joe serve as guest speakers at Window Rock boys basketball banquet
- Page Lady Sand Devils state runner-ups at 3A state basketball tournament
- Page Sand Devils fall short of state title
- Page and Ganado advance to state tournament after quarter final games
- Winslow softball off to strong start with 16-3 victory Feb. 27
On Sept. 22, the Navajo County Major Crimes Apprehension Team (MCAT) seized over one pound of methamphetamine and numerous items of evidence supporting the sales of meth at the residence of Pete Chavez, 50, of Winslow.
I would like to thank you for your continued support and flexibility as we navigate the reopening of Winslow’s school sites.