Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez met with members of the Cameron community, Rep. Tom O’Halleran (D –Ariz.) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to discuss environmental and community health impacts caused by abandoned uranium mines on the Navajo Nation Sept. 17.
With the closure of the coal powered Navajo Generating Station in 2019, the Navajo Nation and Hopi tribe began seeking options in alternative energy to replace lost revenue and jobs on the reservations.
On Sept. 6, Fort Lewis College (FLC) removed 12 clocktower panels that consisted of the inaccurate representations of the Fort Lewis College Boarding School.
One of the most important things about the Izabel Community Garden, according to Lasting Indigenous Family Enrichment Program Manager Carrie Dallas, is to understand what Indigenous people did from a holistic lens of working the land and providing food for their people.
Filming for a new feature movie concluded late last month around three popular New Mexico locales as people took pictures of the various actors and stage hands involved in the production.
The Colorado Mountain College (CMC) cross country team is gearing up for another season of running this fall as they kicked off the 2021 meet in Colorado Springs Sept. 11.
- Nation offers best wishes and appreciation to outgoing Miss Navajo Shaandiin Parrish
- Former Miss Native America USA Lexie James passes on her crown after two years
- Hopi endurance runner Kyle Sumatzkuku qualifies for Boston Marathon
- TV series based on Hillerman novels to be set on Navajo Nation
- As pretty as a picture: Picture Canyon near Flagstaff offers outdoor options
Nia Balcerek, was named the 2021-2022 Miss Tuba City Elementary School Princess Sept. 14.
At a Sept. 15 stakeholder meeting, National Park Service (NPS) Deputy Superintendent Brian Drapeaux announced that Grand Canyon National Park is in the process of pursuing changing the name of Indian Garden to Havasupai Garden.
Amber Labahe, a graduate of Hopi High School’s media program, is one of five students selected nationally for the $10,000 Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship.
- Deb Haaland ties the knot
- Tonalea families to receive long-awaited power line extensions
- Winslow Police honored with Mothers Against Drunk Driving hero award
- Hopi and Tohono O’odham artists enhance Flagstaff’s Murdoch Community Center
- Cookie love: Cactus-Pine Girl Scout gives away cookies after selling 10,813 boxes
- Lisa Black receives her CDL after course at CCC and Phoenix Truck Driving School
- Miss Navajo Nation Shaandiin Parrish donates items to museum
- Starbucks now serving in Tuba City
- Lukachukai Community School scheduled for completion June 2022
- Museum of Northern Arizona receives $343,812 preservation grant
Second Mesa Day School continues to monitor temperatures in classrooms after the school’s HVAC system was not working properly at the beginning of the school year.
The Tuba City Junior High Cross Country Team played at the Window Rock Invitational.
- Tuba City Lady Warriors face Sedona in first scrimmage
- With students back in school, Tuba City Unified School District’s new superintendent talks about student safety and learning in a new environment
- Diné College offers students free spring tuition
- Sydney Freeland to direct Native American basketball film 'Rez Ball'
- Public Health nurse donates $10,000 to Diné College for STEM scholarship
Jett Jue and Genevieve Greenwood were crowned Homecoming King and Queen at Winslow High School.
Naval Petty Officer Ritter gave a presentation on emergency services.
- Longtime peacemaking and Diné medicine man passes away
- Around the Rez: week of Aug. 25
- Shrimp in the ballcourt at Wupatki National Monument? Well, sort of.
- Navajo Code Talker Day celebration Aug. 14
- Public information: $450,000 settlement agreement between Federal Trade Commission and Tate's Auto Group
The U.S. population a century ago was just one-third of what it is today, meaning the flu cut a much bigger, more lethal swath through the country.
Pollster Mike Noble pointed out that percentage of those who want to remain unvaccinated really has not changed in the last six months.
- U.S. Forest Service hits brakes on Arizona restoration project
- Doctors warn against using Ivermectrin for COVID-19 prevention, treatment
- ADOT enters negotiations with Kiewit-Fann Joint Venture for I-17 improvements project
- Arizona AG files first suit against Biden vaccine rules
- Ducey, AG vow to fight Biden’s business vaccine mandate proposal