Anyone interested in hunting, fishing and outdoor adventures can attend.
The Navajo Nation is moving forward with initial allocations of Fiscal Recovery Funds (FRF) authorized through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). The Navajo Nation received a total appropriation of $2,079,461,464 from the U.S. Treasury.
Where once the Black Mesa and Lake Powell Railroad shuttled coal to the Navajo Generating Plant, NavajoYES, a local outdoor recreation group focusing on Indigenous youth, sees an opportunity to increase recreational opportunities for the Navajo Nation.
- Navajo police seek missing girl
- Navajo Nation looks at partnership, future youth opportunities with Masten Space Systems
- New Mexico pledges support for tribal adoptions in state law
- Navajo leaders seek hearing on oil and gas drilling dispute near Chaco Cultural park
- Arizonans hopeful that focus on missing Indigenous persons pays off
- Navajo Nation continues to experience drought
- Navajo Nation receives final distribution of COVID recovery funding totaling $2.1 billion from U.S. Treasury
- Navajo Nation supports bill to replace Columbus Day with “Indigenous Peoples’ Day
- Biden is first president to mark Indigenous Peoples' Day
- Grand Canyon and Flagstaff to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day
‘Dark Winds’ TV series based on Tony Hillerman books to film on Navajo Nation in October; extras being sought
A new Native American-themed television mystery series is seeking extras for a series that will film at select locations around the Navajo Nation.
Bird Runningwater, the Native American and Indigenous Program Director at the Sundance Film Festival, said he plans to step down from the job Oct. 4 after a 20-year run with the organization, according to a news release.
The New Mexico Film Office recently announced the short film, "Rude Girl," produced by Santa Fe-based Pink Gator Films LLC, is currently in production in New Mexico.
- Ride Arizona Snowbowl's gondola for fall colors
- Navajo Nation Vice President Myron Lizer visits recovery center
- The first all-Navajo team to compete at Rebelle Rally, the first women’s off-road navigation rally in the U.S.
- Hopi Relief continues PPE distribution effort
- Hopi High School music program makes a comeback after being on hold during pandemic
Following years of policy reviews and changes, the Navajo Veteran's Administration is moving forward with repairs and improvements to 125 homes that were constructed for Navajo veterans between 2014 and 2017.
Mary Grace Pewewardy, a graduate of Hopi High School’s media program, is now working as a broadcast intern for Indian Country Today (ICT) at their Phoenix office located in the same building as Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism.
- Hopi runner Kyle Sumatzkuku finishes 48th out of 18,000 runners at Boston Marathon
- TCUSD culinary class preps and packages
- Diné woman Shelly Lowe nominated to lead National Endowment for the Humanities
- Diné men and women are most recent graduates for Navajo Police
- Navajo council approves $19 Million for Church Rock Factory, creates 350 jobs on Nation
- First Native American poet laureate begins third term, releases memoir
- Kayenta community breaks ground on new wellness center
- Hopi student wins voting rights scholarship essay contest
- Navajo Nation and ACA to promote Nation as major international film and media destination
- Miss Tuba City Elementary School princess crowned
Senior Night was celebrated Oct. 15 during the varsity football game where the Mogollon Mustangs played the Joseph City Wildcats.
Monument Valley’s strong defense, coupled with some heady athletic frontline play on offense, enabled the Lady Mustangs to sweep the Window Rock Fighting Scouts in a doubleheader volleyball match Oct. 9.
Winslow High School cheerleaders, along with members of the Bulldog Spiritline Clinic, perform at halftime of the Winslow - Blue Ridge game Oct. 9.
Winslow High School congratulated Durand Begay (left) and Micheala Begay (right) Oct. 15 after both student completed necessary coursework to obtain their high school diplomas.
Fire Prevention Week: Test smoke alarms now before cold weather brings increased threat of home fires
To bring awareness to fire prevention, the American Red Cross urges you to test your smoke alarms before the threat of home fires increases with cold weather.
ADOT will begin working this month on four bridges along U.S. 191 between the communities of Many Farms and Rock Point on the Navajo Nation.
Coconino National Forest has announced a proposal to expand mass transit shuttle services at select trailheads in the Sedona area to reduce traffic congestion, overflow parking in residential areas, and improve pedestrian safety.
Meteor Crater is offering residents of Arizona’s high country a chance to experience Meteor Crater and Barringer Space Museum for free Oct. 23.
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona's three state universities will comply with a federal mandates for government contractors and require their employees to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by Dec. 8 unless granted exemptions, officials announced Oct. 15.
- U.S. wholesale prices rose record 8.6% over 12 months
- Arizona virus hospitalizations remain on plateau below 1,800
- Airman convicted of kidnapping, killing Mennonite teacher
- Judge weighs law that hits Flagstaff for higher minimum wage
- Crowns and cowgirls: Horsemanship, pageantry part of Miss Rodeo Arizona event
- Robocalls dip as FCC rules kick in; advocates say more should be done
- After nearly a century in business, Bashas' purchased by California chain
- Jury hears from airman's brother in Arizona murder trial
- Yavapai College begins process to launch four-year degree options
- Student arrested for threats against Bagdad High School