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Hopi High grads march forward with high hopes and bright futures

Hopi High School held its graduation ceremony for its 36 graduates June 15 at the football field with Miss Native American Lexie James, a graduate of Hopi High who won state awards for her media work, serving as keynote speaker.

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Arizona American Indian Excellence in Leadership names Ethel Branch Woman of the Year

Ethel Branch (Diné) was named Woman of the Year during the 2021 Arizona American Indian Excellence in Leadership Awards after co-founding the Navajo and Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund last March.

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Native writers, Louise Erdrich and Natalie Diaz, win Pulitzer Prize for fiction and poetry

Native American writers Louise Erdrich and Natalie Diaz were named winners of the prestigious Pulitzer Prize in the categories of fiction and poetry — also included was Marty Two Bulls Sr. who was named a finalist in editorial cartooning June 11.

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Navajo Pine High School student signs letter of intent to play for Paul Smith College

Jordan Louis, of Crystal, New Mexico, basketball player for Navajo Pine High School, signed a letter of intent to play for Paul Smith’s College in New York June 12 at Navajo Pine High School supported by her father and mother, Shane and Monique Louis, as well as members of her family.

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Winslow Bulldogs fall to Yuma Catholic Shamrocks in playoffs

The Winslow Bulldogs finished out their season with a loss to the Yuma Catholic Shamrocks in the playoffs.

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Hopi's Junior High Athletic Conference considers changing 2021-2022 scheduling

According to the Hopi Jr. High, the conference is looking at switching the fall and spring seasons or moving to a four-quarter based format.

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Thanks to the SkateAfterSchool organization this young gentleman has been influenced and began skating. SkateHopi 264 was able to provide a board to him!