Navajo Chief of Police Phillip Francisco sits ramrod straight at his desk, surrounded by manila folders brimming with paperwork and a Darth Vader figurine that wields a pen as a lightsaber.
The Navajo Nation Office of the Controller will officially reopen the application for the second and final phase of the CARES Act Hardship Program starting this week through the end of September.
Arizona State Sen. Jamescita Peshlakai sees the impact of global warming on reservations around Arizona, including the Navajo Reservation, which is why she supports the infrastructure bill Congress is considering.
- Hopi extends emergency declaration
- Hopi elections office seeks poll workers as primary election approaches
- Hopi ranchers ordered to eliminate or reduce livestock during drought
- Mark Kelly among three senators supporting local journalism sustainability
- Two people rescued, one deceased in flood water on the Hopi Reservation
- Navajo Nation reports 15 new COVID-19 cases and 1 more death
- Heavy rainfall causes road damage, concerns across Navajo Nation
- Gentle Ironhawk Shelter reopens to provide services for Navajo families
- Legislation for Western Navajo Water Pipeline moves to Navajo president for final approval
- FBI seeks Josiah Smith for crimes in Indian Country
Rumble on the Mountain 7 will take place Aug. 7 from 6 – 10 p.m. at the Orpheum Theater in Flagstaff — the theme of this year’s event is ‘Welcome to Flagstaff’ — proof of vaccination is required for those attending in person.
The Navajo Interagency Hotshot Crew was recently assigned to the South Yaak Fire in Troy, Montana.
- Bashas’ Diné Market now open in Shiprock
- 2021 Reservation Economic Summit recognizes Native businesses, enrepreneurs
- Four contestants announced for 69th annual Miss Navajo Nation Pageant
- Coffee Pot Farms looks for solutions for nutrition through farming on Navajo Nation
- Twin Arrows Casino Resort reopens one year after pandemic closure
- Raven stamp to be released July 30; highlights Indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest Coast
- Longtime Havasupai leader Rex Tilousi was staunch advocate for his tribe
- NAU professor inspires students while advancing cancer research
- 'Satellite constellations' are filling the Arizona night sky
- Train engine catches fire in Flagstaff
Navajo Technical University was one of four tribal colleges and universities awarded a grant by the American Indian College Fund.
The tournament returns this year after being canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hopi High Coach Rick Baker becomes just ninth coach from Arizona to be inducted into the NFHS National Hall of Fame
Hopi High Coach Rick Baker was inducted into the National High School Hall of Fame for outstanding leadership and coaching skills that led to a national record of 27 consecutive state cross country championships for Hopi High School athletes from 1990 to 2017.
- Community information: NABI partners to stream championship games live
- Navajo Pine High School student signs letter of intent to play for Paul Smith College
- Winslow Bulldogs fall to Yuma Catholic Shamrocks in playoffs
- Hopi's Junior High Athletic Conference considers changing 2021-2022 scheduling
- Winslow Bulldogs defeat Blue Ridge 12-4
The Navajo County Fair returns in September after a one-year absence.
- Winslow man arrested in connection with campsite homicide
- Navajo County Sheriff David Clouse learns leadership skills during 22-week School of Police Staff and Command
- Winslow Public Library Summer Reading Program
- Operation Clean Communities leads to arrest of seven in Winslow for various drug charges
- District honors WUSD retirees
We have been pondering what to post to the community about the current animal overpopulation situation happening on Navajo Nation, and the very tragic and very concerning dog bite attacks.
Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly is among three senators who introduced the Local Journalism Sustainability Act of 2021 July 22, a bill that would help local newspapers reach viability through tax credits.
- Yavapai College announces additional free courses this fall
- Some city facilities in Arizona to again have mask mandates
- 1,500 gallons of raw sewage drains into Sedona’s Oak Creek
- Family identifies 16-year-old Faith Moore’s body as search comes to an end
- Minimum wage earners can’t afford a two-bedroom rental anywhere, report says
- U.S. vows to improve protections for wild horse adoptions
- Advocacy group: Flagstaff land-use measures unconstitutional
- US vows to improve protections for wild horse adoptions
- Fire in Shiprock, New Mexico contained to one acre
- From the rez to national news anchor; Aliyah Chavez to head Indian Country Today newscast