Incumbent Democrat Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01) and Republican Tiffany Shedd won their races in the primary Aug. 4 and will face off against each other in the Nov. 3 general election for Congressional District 1.
The only Native American on federal death row is scheduled to be executed in late August, the U.S. government announced July 29.
- Decommissioning resumes at Navajo Generating Station
- Fire restrictions lifted for Kaibab National Forest, Coconino County, Williams
- Is help on the way for small-town journalism? Kirkpatrick introduces bill
- Navajo Nation Council overrides presidential veto and cancels primary election; November general election to continue
- Congressional candidate Q & A: Nolan Reidhead prioritizes COVID-19 help, improving the economy and police reform
- Navajo leaders consider phased reopening
- Nez: Nation cannot play politics when assessing school reopening
- Navajo president and Navajo Council disagree over line-item veto language
- Nez urges lawmakers, election officials to come up with alternatives to preserve tribal members' rights to vote
- Family Dollar withdraws liquor license applications for St. Michaels and Tuba City
When Navajo filmmaker Christopher Nataanii Cegielski attended his first ‘I Dream in Widescreen,” (The University of Arizona’s School of Theatre, Film & Television annual showcase of undergraduate thesis films), his family and friends were able to attend in person.
Native American small businesses have had to adapt to survive economically during this pandemic and Aconav, an award-winning Native American fashion brand and designer, has done precisely that.
Navajo Hopi Honor Riders united with USMC Vietnam veteran David Palomares, Sgt. Caesar and their friends from California to combine forces in battling the spread of COVID-19 on the Navajo Nation.
- Fire engines for the Nation
- Diné College offers 50 percent tuition discount for fall semester
- Warrior Protectors provide handmade masks in battle against devastating virus
- Girls who give: Glendale and Pinon Girl Scout troops partner for donations
- Diné College offering mostly online classes for fall semester
FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP) — A New Mexico man serving a life sentence for kidnapping and killing an 11-year-old girl in 2016 had his appeal dismissed after a judge ruled that he failed to file his motion in time.
Charismatic is hardly the best word to describe the humpback chub, a fish with a frowny eel face jammed onto a sportfish body in a way that suggests evolution has a sense of humor.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Dr. Anthony Fauci said Friday that he remains confident that a coronavirus vaccine will be ready by early next year, telling lawmakers that a quarter-million Americans already have volunteered to take part in clinical trials.
- Congress passes sprawling plan to boost conservation, parks
- Official: Arizona schools need virus data to reopen campuses
- Teenager reported missing found safe on Flagstaff mountain
- Flagstaff schools delay in-person learning until Oct. 9
- State seeks input on leveraging broadband expansion along highways
In the midst of massive COVID-19 pandemic disruption, U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D-Ariz.) and U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-Wash.) brought forth a bi-partisan proposal to offer tax relief to small businesses, residents and local newspapers.
Lake Powell is still hot and busy with lots of people coming to this great vista in these difficult times.
The role of a community newspaper, first and foremost, is to report the news and events that happen in the community it serves.
- Guest column: Healthcare workers deserve our thanks
- Guest column: Tribal communities need promised resources, not political games
- Letter to the editor: Little Colorado Medical Center responds to article stating center had reached max capacity, was underfunded
- Coconino County condemns hate speech, incitement of violence against Navajos
- Public information: Dilkon judicial district now closed
The Washington NFL franchise announced July 13 it is retiring its team name and logo, a fight Native activists have been leading for decades.
Basketball is woven into the fabric of Native American life.
The cancellation of the 2020 Native American Basketball Invitational means more to the Native American community than simply taking a summer off from playing ball. Its loss could have a major impact on the lives of many young native people.
- Out and about: Hiking is still an option
- Former ASU basketball player helps fight COVID-19 at Little Colorado Medical Center
- Winslow Lady Bulldogs softball fall in tournament, lose to Page
- Nez, Randall Joe serve as guest speakers at Window Rock boys basketball banquet
- Page Lady Sand Devils state runner-ups at 3A state basketball tournament
Winslow Farmer’s Market was open July 18 with fresh vegetables and crafts for sale.
Tommy Dukes iwas again serenading the tourists on Route 66 in Winslow July 18.
Located next to the old Trails Museum at 214 N. Kinsley Street in Winslow, Flat Bed Ford Bakery offers a variety of goodies including donuts, cookies, scones, muffins and more.