For the first time since WWII, the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) announced it will not hold the Hopi Festival of Arts and Culture, or any of the heritage festivals for the Navajo and Zuni, this year because of the continuing spread of COVID-19.
The city of Page has declared a public health emergency and issued a new ordinance requiring face masks be worn in public.
- Wood Spring 2 Fire grows to 8,999 acres, expected to continue to spread
- Wood Spring Two Fire at 6,800 acres
- Navajo Nation’s travel advisory remains in effect; members asked not to self-treat
- Condensed fall semester balances online, face-to-face instruction at Navajo Tech
- Fort Defiance man gets prison sentence for fatal stabbing
- Navajo horse program identifies 32 genetically diverse horse breeds
- Navajo Nation President: New Mexico still failing students
- Navajo Nation receives $714 million in federal CARES Act funding
- Wood Springs Two wildfire grows to over 5,816 acres, Sawmill and Fluted Rock communities on high alert
- Tuba City man arrested after girlfriend killed in Flagstaff
The recognition follows a $50,000 award from the New York-based Whiting Foundation, which Skeets won earlier this year.
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held to commemorate the first-ever cellular access for the surrounding area.
“Today, we need these types of courses more than ever to prepare our locally trained workforce so that they can help us fight COVID-19 using our own resources,” said Shazia Hakim, Ph.D., a Diné College microbiology professor.
- Speaker Seth Damon signs Navajo Nation Diné Pride Week proclamation to recognize equality progress
- Serve and protect: Navajo Police Department resumes academy with 25 recruits
- Census field workers back on Navajo Nation, with work cut out for them
- Siblings bring much needed relief to Hopi villages
- Book Review: 'Former queen shares how title is more than a beauty pageant
- Listening to Grand Canyon's Native voices: Nikki Cooley shares Navajo Grand Canyon origins
- Meal ready: Non-profit provides meals to front line workers
- Graduate Jayne Sandoval: Gold Axe winner, Fulbright Scholar plans to use degree to improve life on Navajo reservation
- Diné College researchers believe more reasons behind high Covid-19 Cases on Navajo
- Graduation parade: Flagstaff schools cruise Fourth Street to celebrate 2020 grads
Basketball is woven into the fabric of Native American life.
The cancellation of the 2020 Native American Basketball Invitational means more to the Native American community than simply taking a summer off from playing ball. Its loss could have a major impact on the lives of many young native people.
- 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
On July 4, Winslow will again host a fireworks show for residents and visitors.
La Posada Restaurant and Hotel in Winslow opened May 29.
On June 4, food boxes were delivered via nine Angel Flight West private aircrafts to Chinle, Arizona and Shiprock, New Mexico.
Gov. Doug Ducey ordered flags at all state buildings be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Thursday, July 2, 2020, in honor of Peoria Police Officer Jason Judd who died in the line of duty after a motorcycle crash.
PHOENIX — A two-week delay in the start of in-classroom learning ordered by Gov. Doug Ducey may give schools more time to prepare to teach in the middle of the pandemic.
- Tonto National Forest closes July 2, some lakes, forest roads will remain accessible
- Kingman mayor issues proclamation requiring face coverings
- Gov. Ducey announces additional funding for schools
- Judge: Alaska corporations can get tribal virus relief money
- North Rim of Grand Canyon reopened for day use June 30
- Remembrances planned Tuesday to commemorate Granite Mountain Hotshot tragedy in 2013
- Arizona flags to fly at half-staff for fallen firefighters
- Hospitals activate surge plans as Arizona case count climbs
- Ducey: Crowded social gatherings must be minimized
- YRMC restricting elective procedures with rise in COVID-19 hospitalizations
Anna Lee Bignose, 87, the daughter of Joe and Alberta Lee of Tonalea, Arizona.
Geraldine L. Hadley, age 55, was called to Heaven on June 3, 2020 at 7:40 a.m. (EST).
Guest column: Air ambulances services in Coconino County are rural residents, including Arizona tribe’s lifeline
As County Supervisor, it is one of my most important responsibilities to protect the public health of Coconino County. And in the face of COVID-19, that responsibility has become more important than ever.
- Letter to the editor: Flagstaff hospital earned excellent rating from patient
- Obituary: Frank Allison Sr.
- Guest column: Healthcare workers deserve our thanks
- Guest column: Tribal communities need promised resources, not political games
- Letter to the editor: Little Colorado Medical Center responds to article stating center had reached max capacity, was underfunded
- Coconino County condemns hate speech, incitement of violence against Navajos
- Public information: Dilkon judicial district now closed
- Community information: Self-employed and small business resources meeting April 8
- Around the Rez: week of March 11
- Public information: I-40 delays west of Winslow March 9-15