Three thousand children across the United States lose a parent to intimate partner homicide each year, where one parent kills the other parent, according to the associate director of the Family Violence Institute at Northern Arizona University Holly Hulen.
Inaccurate census figures can lead to a loss of federal funds essential for many communities, and they can result in a state losing seats in Congress.
Despite some “encouraging developments,” threats to tribal sovereignty still come “from every branch and every corner of federal and state governments,” the president of the National Congress of American Indians said Monday.
- Coconino County Elections wins award for Native American elections outreach
- Navajo Nation encouraged to participate in Census
- Clean-up of 24 abandoned uranium mine sites on Navajo Nation set to move forward
- Navajo Nation advances $2 Mil in funds for spring 2020 awards
- Navajo Nation, San Juan County to pursue freight railroad
- Nez-Lizer thank New Mexico Legislature for over $25 million in capital outlay funds
- Spotlight: Ursula Knoki-Wilson gives healthy living tips in today’s world, through Navajo traditions
- Navajo Nation files to intervene in Arizona APS utility rate case
- Nez testifies on Capitol Hill in support of scholarship funding
- Nez, First Lady attend Democratic reception Feb. 12
The annual Arizona Indian Festival during western week in the city of Scottsdale Feb. 1-9 included a fun-filled family event with no admission, located at the Scottsdale Civic Plaza.
Holbrook High School announced its January Students of the Month
The First-Year Experience (FYE) orientation meetings at Diné College are designed to help first-time college students transition to life after high school.
- Twin Arrows invests in employees; promotes internally to provide experience
- Solitude, wildlife viewing possible at Red Rock State Park near Sedona
- Couples cooking class helping to strengthen relationships
- ‘Empower Native kids to read’: 2020 American Indian Youth Literature Awards presented in Philadelphia
- Health provider offers cooking classes to address high rates of Native diabetes
- Navajo Nation teens discover new career paths through ASU Prep Digital engineering course
- Arizona Suns recognize Jeddito students
- Holbrook students display solid college readiness
- Navajo Transitional Energy Co. loads 375 tons of coal for delivery to Navajo chapters houses
- Holbrook High School announces first semester honor roll students
“We made history tonight” said Greg Perkins Holbrook Roadrunners coach. “This is our first win ever in Window Rock.”
Red Rock State Park is not as busy as the other state park in Sedona. Slide Rock State Park is better known for kids sliding down the rocks in the stream during the summer.
- Winslow Bulldog Zach Wagner invited to play in Australia
- Kayenta Middle School Colts win NAIC boys basketball championship
- Bulldogs, Lady Bulldogs advance to state tourney
- Winslow Bulldogs defeat the Blue Ridge Yellowjackets in end of season games
- Tuba City volleyball player signs with Glendale Community College
It was a party for the members of the Winslow Film Festival gala — the event kicked off Feb. 23.
Winslow Police Department lowers its flag to honor a White Mountain Apache Police Officer who was killed in the line of duty.
Navajo Transitional Energy Co. has now entered their fifth month with no bonds and permits for the Wyoming and Montana mines they recently purchased. Montana and Wyoming have had to provide more extensions to NTEC to continue operating the mines.
Upcoming news and events on and around the Hopi and Navajo reservations.
Public information: Early ballots available for March 17 Presidential Preference Election (PPE); election offices open throughout Coconino County
Coconino County Elections Office has mailed 23,670 early ballots to Democratic voters that are on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL).
- Letter to the editor: Thank you Chinle, Canyon de Chelly
- Around the Rez: week of Feb. 12
- Guest column: Decommissioning of Navajo Generating Station underway
- Letter to the editor: Navajo Nation needs a new board of directors for Navajo Transitional Energy Co.
- Guest column: O’Halleran: ‘Working for Arizona families’