Navajo Nation President Buu Nygren met with constituents representing the survivors and workers affected by the U.S. Government’s uranium legacy on Jan. 26.
Indian Health Service (IHS) announced that it is deploying $139 million to tackle the prevalence of diabetes in Native American communities.
The FCC has launched an interactive map to encourage individuals and families to self-report on their broadband connectivity.
- Navajo Nation Council makes history with first woman speaker
- Navajo Nation President orders flags at half-staff for former councilman Norman John II
- FBI seeks Native American victims targeted by Phoenix group homes
- Navajo Parks Race Series kicks off Feb. 11 at Little Colorado River Gorge Half Marathon
- Joette Walters steps in as new Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation CEO
Macy’s has recently launched the Shash Diné Hotel Collection, a limited-edition array of home pieces created for Macy’s and curated by Navajo designer Baya Meehan.
Prescott College Alumna Tillie Walton hosted a screening at Prescott College Jan. 27 for a new documentary series that highlights her experiences of river exploration in the American West, and the importance of rivers to our way of life. “Wild Rivers with Tillie,” produced and directed by Dan Duncan, will begin airing on public television stations Feb. 1.
- Around the Rez: week of Feb. 08
- Chinle Planting Hope awarded Equity in STEAM Initiative grant for advancing representation
- Shimá Storytelling Program visits Kayenta Cultural Center
- NAU secures $10M to advance Indigenous student success
- Navajo Technical University creating engineering and manufacturing opportunities on Navajo Nation
The first Native American woman in space ventured out on a spacewalk Friday to prep the International Space Station for more solar panels.
Ethel Branch has been appointed by President Buu Nygren as the 13th Attorney General of the Navajo Nation.
“I think our Navajo people are ready for change andgoing back to our Navajo culture of how us women have that leadership along with love and caring and being knowledgeable, not only within a homestead, but of a hogan too.” - Crystalyne Curley
- California Tribe signs historic co-stewardship agreement with Joshua Tree National Park
- Lionel Bordeaux, Sinte Gleska University’s long-time President, passes
- Grand Canyon’s Indian Garden to be called Havasupai Garden
- Supreme Court Justices seem to favor most of Native child welfare law
- Veterans housing program continues
- Diné Skate Garden Project celebrates grand opening, transformative space for Indigenous community
- Navajo Technical University receives $4 mil for environmental lab
- Comb Ridge project provides electricity and broadband to 25 members of Comb Ridge- El Capitan community
- Dilkon Chapter awarded $33 mil to address broadband needs
- Diné designer Jaden Redhair creates coyote-inspired design for new “Tó éíá” (Water is Life") bottle
Quincy University of Illinois can now boast of signing Holbrook High School’s offensive leader, Marcus Oberriter, to its football team come next season.
After a tough season, the Red Mesa Redskins boys basketball were in fourth place in the 1A North Region as they headed to the Super Regional Tournament this week.
Bonnie Brennan Elementary School hosted a successful Family Math Night Jan.25.
I am Floyd Dawson, a member of the Navajo Nation, living in Tonalea, Arizona.
Reservation dogs are real, dangerous, and sometimes deadly. The problem goes beyond begging dogs in parking lots being nuisances.
- Letter: Mask-wearing still effective against COVID, RSV, Flu
- Guest column: COVID-19 boosters essential for seniors
- Guest column: Hopi Junior High Student Council spreads Christmas cheer to classmates in foster care
- Guest column: Clarifying the Mexican gray wolf recovery process
- Letter to the editor: We should not be advocating for hydrofracking of helium on the reservation
- Guest column: A screening can save your life during Cervical Cancer Awareness Month
- Guest column: Let’s continue to share inspiring Native stories for our future generations
- Guest column: STOP Act final step in protecting tribes and sacred items
- Guest column: Want to spread holiday cheer? Send a letter to an elder.
- Guest Column: There are many Indigenous artists, designers and more to support this season
Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation announced last week that it will continue to enforce a mask mandate at all of its locations across the Western region of the Navajo, Hopi and San Juan-Paiute reservations.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Six Western states that rely on water from the Colorado River have agreed on a model to dramatically cut water use in the basin, months after the federal government called for action and an initial deadline passed.
Hefty snowfalls that fed the Colorado River in recent weeks may slow the water level decline of Lake Mead on the Nevada-Arizona border, according to some experts.
Donald will be greatly missed by his family and friends, and all the players and relationships he developed over the years.
Former Tohatchi Red Willow Farm Board president and beloved community leader Dorothy Bitsilly, passed away Feb. 23 at the age of 93.