GRAND CANYON, Ariz. - Visitors traveling to Grand Canyon National Park's South Rim will now be able to enter the park through the east entrance at Desert View.
Help may be in the works for the Hopi and Navajo tribes and other communities impacted by the closure of the Navajo Generating Station (NGS).
On April 1, Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland announced the formation of a new Missing & Murdered Unit (MMU) within the Bureau of Indian Affairs Office of Justice Services (BIA-OJS) to provide leadership and direction for cross-departmental and interagency work involving missing and murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives.
- Hopi Tribe announces phased reopening as COVID-19 cases decline
- Navajo police recruits share goals, prepare for 26-week academy
- Free admission to Arizona state parks over Easter weekend
- Officers investigate pellet gun shooting and vehicle damage on Highway 264
- Tuba City Regional Health Care offers vaccines to those 16+ as news of variant spreads
- First case of COVID-19 U.K. variant confirmed on the Navajo Nation
- Tuba City Unified School District shifts to optional in person learning for students
- Navajo Nation delivers first of $24 million in new heavy equipment for Navajo chapters
- Parent's choice: Navajo Nation requests public input to reopen reservation schools
- Long-term repairs for 2018 wash out on U.S. 89 begin
Native people across Turtle Island — an Indigenous name for North America — log onto the video-sharing app for different reasons, but they stay for the community, the culture and to fulfill their sacred duty.
It started with chain saws and a will to serve.
A Certified Nursing Assistant student needs important books and tools like a stethoscope and a blood-pressure kit. An Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) student needs vital CPR training as well as books and tools.
- Coconino Community College offers business financial series in April
- Navajo Nation First Lady discusses holistic health and healing with Diné College
- Northern Arizona Book Festival features Native artists and more April 1-4
- Diné College fights to keep Navajo culture alive during pandemic
- Navajo Nation marks one-year of COVID-19 with candlelight vigil
- SkateHopi 264 hopes to build skatepark on Hopi
- Decorated Vietnam veteran from Tuba City honored by Navajo Hopi Honor Riders
- Hopi Relief delivers aid to villages; plans for virtual 10K
- The sky is the limit: A journey from herding sheep to presidential appointment in Washington D.C.
- Diné College to become a hub for Native writing
DUDLEYVILLE Ariz. (AP) — A small community in south-central Arizona remained under an evacuation notice Friday after crews and air tankers stopped the growth of a wildfire that burned at least 12 homes, officials said.
PHOENIX (AP) — More than 5,000 people gathered last weekend in the Tonto National Forest northeast of Phoenix for an illegal party that was broken up by U.S. Forest Service personnel, according to authorities.
- Forest Service opens public comment for horse removal plan in White Mountains
- After 100 years, California condor could return to Pacific Northwest
- People downwind of atomic blasts renew push for U.S. payout
- Biden vows action on migrants as he defends border policy
- Army’s first Paralympic swimmer credits her military family for success
- Arizona Senate panel looks to boost grads who want to go to community college
- Gila Bend calls state of emergency over migrant arrivals
- State fire managers prep for active fire season
- City of Page pushes for reopening of Grand Canyon’s east entrance
- Grand Canyon Chapter of the Sierra Club series to host Native presenters
Upcoming news and events on and around the Hopi and Navajo reservations.
On behalf of the President and Vice President's Office, we extend a greeting to you and your family.
For many social drinkers, abstaining from alcohol might seem unnecessary. However, if you’re not addicted to alcohol, why is it important for you to go without it for a weekend?
Winslow High School Bulldogs varsity baseball team beat the Snowflake Lobos April 2, 5-4.
While much of the state begins to ease restrictions implemented because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Hopi Jr/Sr High School has decided to cancel its spring sports season.
- Lady Bulldogs move ahead: Winslow Lady Bulldogs win against Lady Roadrunners
- End of a season: Winslow Bulldogs take down Florence Gophers, 51-49
- Masks can come off for high school winter playoffs, spring sports, AIA board votes
- Navajo football player Brandon Shirley signs with Gila River Hawks
- St. Michaels Cardinals take on Williams
- Athletes run for missing and murdered Indigenous women and to bring awareness
- AIA reinstates winter high school sports following feedback from coaches, public
- Hopi High cancels winter sports seasons
- Hopi Jr./Sr. High School cancels winter sports season
- AIA: Winter high school sports can resume on January 5
Winslow's Lady Bulldogs defeated the Lady Roadrunners in Holbrook, Arizona with a final score of 58-53.
The Winslow Bulldogs boys varsity basketball team won their final game of the season against the Florence Gophers, 51-49.