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Navajo-Hopi Observer delivery delayed due to inclement weather

Due to inclement weather, the delivery of the Navajo-Hopi Observer will be delayed.

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Navajo Nation extends stay-at-home order; lifts weekend lock downs

The Navajo Nation extends its stay-at-home order, implements daily curfew through Feb. 15, with provisions for government workers and essential businesses to be open on weekends.

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Coconino National Forest closes forest roads as wet weather sets in

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - With the arrival of snow and wet weather, the Flagstaff Ranger District and Mogollon Rim Ranger District of the Coconino National Forest are beginning to close a number of forest roads for the safety of visitors and to protect forest roads during the winter season.

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COVID-19 has taken much from Jerrel Singer, but the Native artist looks toward the future with hope

It’s been a hard few months for Jerrel Singer — he lost his sister to COVID-19 at the end of October and then in short order his aunt and uncle. By the Christmas holiday, Singer had become sick and was hospitalized himself.

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Diné College grad, instructor published in Massachusetts Review

Shaina A. Nez is a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts program coordinator and adjunct instructor of English and Fine Arts at Diné College who was recently published in the Massachusetts Review.

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Athletes run for missing and murdered Indigenous women and to bring awareness

The sight can be jarring: As a runner’s graceful stride brings her closer, her face comes into focus. A rich, red handprint covers her mouth.

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Immigrants cheered by possible citizenship path under Biden

HOMESTEAD, Fla. (AP) — Immigrants cheered President Joe Biden's plan to provide a path to U.S. citizenship for about 11 million people without legal status, mixing hope with guarded optimism Wednesday amid a seismic shift in how the American government views and treats them.

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Environmental groups sue Trump administration for delisting gray wolves

Several environmental groups have come together to try to restore endangered species protection for the gray wolf.

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Daily number of hikers at The Wave to triple

The plan takes effect Feb. 1 and will allow 64 people per day to hike the popular rock formation near the Utah-Arizona border, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

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Athletes run for missing and murdered Indigenous women and to bring awareness

The sight can be jarring: As a runner’s graceful stride brings her closer, her face comes into focus. A rich, red handprint covers her mouth.

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AIA reinstates winter high school sports following feedback from coaches, public

After much backlash from the public and feedback from schools, the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) reversed its decision to cancel winter high school sports. The season has been reinstated with modifications.

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Hopi High cancels winter sports seasons

Hopi Jr/Sr High School Athletic Director Ricky Greer said canceling winter sports is particularly tough on student athletes because sports is a part of their daily routine.

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In 2019, the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) and the Native Vote campaign helped make history by co-hosting the first-ever Native American Presidential Candidate Forum.