On Nov. 26, Navajo Nation Vice President Myron Lizer joined President Donald Trump for signing of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons executive order, which will establish an inter-agency task force to address the ongoing crisis.
Delegate Crotty, missing and murdered work group demand accountability from Navajo Nation president, vice president
Navajo Nation Council Delegate Amber Crotty expressed concerns regarding the participation of the Navajo Nation Office of the President and Vice President (OPVP) in the Nov. 26 signing of an executive order by President Donald Trump which established an inter-agency task force addressing the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women crisis.
On Nov. 25, upgrades to America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response (AMBER) Alert website, which now includes access to AMBER Alert in Indian Country, were announced.
- ‘Broken Promises’ report details government’s history of failing tribes
- Arizona tribes oppose plan to dam Colorado River tributary
- Update: Grand Canyon Village still without power, some roads closed
- Several northern Arizona road closures planned including portions of I-40
- Flagstaff could receive up to 25 inches of snow as storm moves through Thursday and Friday
- Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center closes Dec. 1
- James D. Zwierlein named executive director of Navajo Nation Veterans Administration
- Nez-Lizer administration completes earthen dam repairs in Former Bennett Freeze Area
- Navajo Nation and Hopi Tribe work together to improve Hopi Route 60
- GOP Navajo Nation member joins U.S. Senate race in New Mexico
Carmelita Litson wove her way through a throng of student and administrative helpers Nov. 20 as they talked and mingled with dozens of senior citizens gathered for the 2nd annual Elder Appreciation Celebration.
The Yavapai Apache and Hopi tribes continue to use Tavasci Marsh in Cottonwood, Arizona for harvesting.
- 32 new members inducted into Phi Theta Kappa at Northland Pioneer College
- Holbrook student takes first in regional chess tournament
- Native American Heritage: Tribal youth perform traditional dances to packed house
- Drive behind occupation of Alcatraz lingers 50 years later
- Navajo Gaming delivers Navajo 4-H livestock harvest to chapters, senior centers
- Littleman, Williams take second at national Heavy Equipment Roadeo
- Navajo Nation president honors Police Training Academy Class 54
- No falling back: Why does Arizona opt out of daylight saving?
- Computers available to veterans, thanks to Coconino County Board of Supervisors
- Monument Valley students visit Washington D.C.
North Phoenix Prep claimed the championship with 55 points, Hopi grabbed second with 95 points and Northland Prep took third with 117 points.
- Bulldogs receive 3A East All Region Team honors
- Kayenta Middle School Colts win 2019 Northern Arizona Interscholastic Conference football championship
- Little Singer Lady Colts of Birdsprings finish 2019 volleyball season undefeated
- Hopi High boys cross country team takes second at regionals, girls take fifth
- Bulldogs basketball schedules set for upcoming season
- Winslow Bulldogs fall to Snwowflake Lobos, likely ending playoff dreams
- Tuba City Lady Warriors are 3A North Regional Champions, conference champions
- Golden and Reid finish first at NTU 2019 Skyhawk Invitational
- Winslow Bulldogs defeat Holbrook Roadrunners, improve chance for playoffs
- Tuba City Lady Warriors volleyball team defeats Kayenta Mustangs
Winslow celebrated its 73rd annual Christmas Parade Nov. 23.
Burma’s Prime Minister, U Nu, and part of his official party stand with members of the Hopi Tribe on the dance platform following a special dance on July 11, 1955.
Letter to the editor: NTEC acquisistion of coal mines in Montana is good for the people of the Navajo Nation
Since NTEC announced the acquisition of three coal mines in the Powder River Basin, there has been a lot of opinions appearing in the Navajo Times.
The Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Company (BNSF) will be closing the Cosnino Road railroad crossing located just north of Interstate 40.
- Public information: test positive for rabies near Flagstaff
- Letter to the editor: Nosie sends notice he is returning home to Chich’il Bildagottel (Oak Flat) to live
- Letter to the editor: Beware of the wolf dressed in sheep’s clothing
- Public information: Health officials urge food safety over holidays
- Letter: Black Mesa Trust: ‘Let us do something’