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.
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.
- Feds OK new Arizona tribal casino and sports betting deal
- Navajo delegates, president and chapters discuss priorities for American Rescue Plan Act
- Navajo officials discuss clean-up of former tribal sawmill
- Tuba City MVD office closed June 3-8
- Five apply for Hopi chairman; two for vice chairman for September election
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.
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.
Autumn Kree Gilmore, 17, was among 128 graduating seniors who received their high school diplomas May 15 from Monument Valley High School.
- Students demonstrate bilingual proficiency
- Canyonlands Institute offers Native Teen Guide in Training program
- A journey of reconnection: Zuni youth visit Mesa Verde National Park
- Nikki Cooley to speak at climate summit June 9
- Coconino Community College runs into the future with new cross country program
NEW YORK (AP) — The Associated Press' recent firing of a young reporter for what she said on Twitter has somewhat unexpectedly turned company and industry attention to the flip side of social media engagement — the online abuse that many journalists face routinely.
Cactus experts are tracking an unprecedented outbreak of "side blooms" on saguaros across Southern Arizona this year.
The San Carlos Apache Tribe has seen a dramatic turnaround over the past year when one-third of its on-reservation population was infected with the coronavirus.
- Lawmakers attach strings to DPS body camera funding
- Arizona budget that slashes taxes advancing amid opposition
- Wind damage disrupts fuel service at Dangling Rope Marina near Page
- Declining Lake Powell levels prompt Colorado River states to form new plan
- Reflections from the White Mountain Apache Tribe a year into the pandemic
I recently took some photos of our first flea market opening since the COVID-19 pandemic. Let me tell you how good it was to see everyone wearing their masks and following the rules.
Health First Foundation Northern Arizona is accepting applications for its 2020-2021 college-level health scholarships through June 25.
- Miss Navajo Nation Shandiin P. Parrish selected as 2021 First Things First Navajo Nation Region Champion
- Youth opportunities: Andy Harvey Youth Media Workshop applications open
- Around the Rez: week of June 2
- Lake Powell Fishing Report: Rivers feeding Lake Powell flow at 20 percent of normal average in May
- Community information: Roadway restrictions at I-40 and Two Guns Road scheduled for May 18-20
The Winslow Bulldogs finished out their season with a loss to the Yuma Catholic Shamrocks in the playoffs.
According to the Hopi Jr. High, the conference is looking at switching the fall and spring seasons or moving to a four-quarter based format.
- End of a season: Winslow Bulldogs take down Florence Gophers, 51-49
- Masks can come off for high school winter playoffs, spring sports, AIA board votes
- Navajo football player Brandon Shirley signs with Gila River Hawks
- St. Michaels Cardinals take on Williams
- Athletes run for missing and murdered Indigenous women and to bring awareness
Winslow Unified School District honored several recent retirees May 20.
The Winslow High School girls track team was the 2021 Class C Runner Up.