Spotlight: Ursula Knoki-Wilson gives healthy living tips in today’s world, through Navajo traditions
Native Americans for Community Action’s (NACA) Lasting Indigenous Family Enrichment presented “Healthy Living in Today’s World through Navajo Traditions,” by Ursula Knoki-Wilson Feb. 11 at Puente de Hozho Elementary School Gym in Flagstaff.
The Navajo Nation has filed to intervene in a rate case for one of Arizona’s largest utilities as it seeks ways to make up for the loss of coal revenue and develop renewable energy projects.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez testified on Capitol Hill Feb. 12 in support of scholarship funding for tribal schools, in addition to other budget priorities.
- Nez, First Lady attend Democratic reception Feb. 12
- Nez visits Jerusalem for cultural exchange, seeks vision for Navajo Nation
- Court voids state ‘ballot harvesting’ ban, out-of-precinct voting rule
- Nicholas Taylor selected as Navajo Nation Shopping Centers, Inc. new chief executive
- Wyoming, Navajo coal company agree to liability waiver
Navajo Nation Vice President Myron Lizer and Second Lady Dottie Lizer were joined by others for a couples cooking class at Tséhootsooí Medical Center’s Nihi Dine’é Bá Wellness Center in Fort Defiance, Arizona Feb. 12.
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- Navajo Nation teens discover new career paths through ASU Prep Digital engineering course
- Arizona Suns recognize Jeddito students
- Holbrook students display solid college readiness
- Navajo Transitional Energy Co. loads 375 tons of coal for delivery to Navajo chapters houses
- Holbrook High School announces first semester honor roll students
- Singer and heavy metal artist Sage Bond shares how music helps her heal
- Navajo husband, wife team on a mission to promote financial literacy
- Local activists, musicians, artists bring annual ‘Rumble’ to Flagstaff
- Sedona hikes: Woods Canyon Trail a creekside haven
- Career Day celebrated at Red Rock Elementary
The Kayenta Middle School Boys Basketball team concluded their season with an impressive 19-1 overall record and as champions of the Northern Arizona Interscholastic Conference (NAIC) defeating Chinle Jr. High School with a score of 45-43.
The Winslow Bulldogs and Snowflake Lobos both are in the top eight seeds of the boys’ state 3A Conference State Basketball Tournament and will not play until Feb. 22 at home.
Winslow Rotary, First Methodist Church and St. Mary’s Food Bank in Winslow distributed food Feb. 13.
Mobl Recycling in Winslow was paying 35 cents a pound for plastic bottles and 75 cents a pound for aluminum, as of Feb. 15.
Last Thursday, Jan. 23, two friends (one from Tucson and the other from Ithaca, New York) and I drove from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon to Chinle to see the boy’s varsity basketball game against the Tuba City Warriors.
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