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“Rumble” event attempts to bridge divide between cultures

Despite efforts to bridge the gap between tribal and non-tribal communities of the Colorado Plateau, a marked division remains, according to Rumble on the Mountain organizers.

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Old Kayenta Police Department scheduled to be demolished this year

It was 1978 when the Kayenta Police Department was established, and it was a modular building that was brought into Kayenta, recalls Geneva Salt.

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Diné College, University of Arizona in full swing with $1.3M neuroscience partnership

Dr. Maira Sotoan assistant scientific investigator from the University of Arizona, visited Diné College this week as part of URBRAIN (Undergraduate Readying for Burgeoning Research for American Indian Neuroscientists) — a $1.3 million collaboration with the University of Arizona.

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Around the Rez: week of Jan. 22

Upcoming news and events on and around the Hopi and Navajo reservations

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Tuba City Unified School District seeks governing board applicants

Coconino County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tommy Lewis is seeking applicants for appointment to the Tuba City Unified School District Governing Board. Currently, one seat is vacant.

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Letter: Who is watching the Navajo Nation house?

Recently there has been lots of talk about Navajo Transitional Energy Co.’s (NTEC) new coal mine purchases. The question Navajo leadership has to ask is, who is watching the Navajo house?

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The following aviation stories are from the wildland firefighters who serve and protect Indian Country throughout our great nation. (Courtesy of the National Interagency Fire Center)