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Windy conditions push Slate Fire on Highway 180 to 5,000 acres

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Windy conditions have contributed to growth of the Slate Fire on Coconino National Forest. The fire is zero percent contained and grew from 2,080 acres June 9, to over 5,000 acres June 10.

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Navajo-Hopi Honor Riders pay tribute; seek new riders to join group

The NNHR has provided commemorative events and services to honor veterans, fallen Soldiers, Prisoners of War, and those Missing in Action since the death of US Army Specialist Lori Piestewa in 2003.

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Navajo Transit System receives 39 new hybrid buses to provide more transportation services

Thirty-nine new hybrid buses have joined the fleet of the Navajo Transit System on the Navajo Nation.

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Hopi High alumni receives masters in pursuit of law degree

Lacey Tewanema, a graduate of Hopi High School, earned a Master of Legal Studies in Indigenous Peoples Law from the University of Oklahoma May 17 at the Lloyd Noble Center in Norman, Oklahoma.

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Monument Valley’s Adriana Sheppard signs with Park University in Gilbert

Adriana Sheppard, a four-year basketball player at Monument Valley High School in Kayenta, Arizona, recently signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Park University Gilbert in Gilbert, Arizona.

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Despite the challenges of the pandemic, Navajo Nation graduates perservere

Autumn Kree Gilmore, 17, was among 128 graduating seniors who received their high school diplomas May 15 from Monument Valley High School.

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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!