As of July 25, NDOT crews have repaired washed out dirt roads within the communities of Tohatchi, Navajo Mountain, Oljato, Pine Springs, Torreon and Burnt Corn.
Vice President Myron Lizer said it is important to continue to address domestic violence and other issues on the reservation.
After more than four hours, legislation to fully fund the Western Navajo Water Pipeline Phase I using Sihasin funds was signed by the 24th Navajo Nation Council July 22.
- Construction of hogan-style home prototype proceeds to help address housing challenges
- Hopi Chairman declares state of emergency after extensive flooding at Moenkopi
- Monsoon rains bring floodwaters to Moenkopi
- Light Up Navajo provides electricity for Leupp family
- Spay/neuter clinics offer solutions to dog, cat overpopulation in Tuba City
In the past year, Water Warriors United has seen robust crowdfunding and a growing team of volunteers.
Bashas’ Diné Market opened July 21 in Shiprock, New Mexico.
- Four contestants announced for 69th annual Miss Navajo Nation Pageant
- Coffee Pot Farms looks for solutions for nutrition through farming on Navajo Nation
- Twin Arrows Casino Resort reopens one year after pandemic closure
- Raven stamp to be released July 30; highlights Indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest Coast
- Longtime Havasupai leader Rex Tilousi was staunch advocate for his tribe
- NAU professor inspires students while advancing cancer research
- 'Satellite constellations' are filling the Arizona night sky
- Train engine catches fire in Flagstaff
- Diné College researchers join global fight to find new antimicrobials on reservation soil
- Tuba City breakaway roper competes at National Junior High Rodeo
Navajo Technical University was one of four tribal colleges and universities awarded a grant by the American Indian College Fund.
The tournament returns this year after being canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hopi High Coach Rick Baker becomes just ninth coach from Arizona to be inducted into the NFHS National Hall of Fame
Hopi High Coach Rick Baker was inducted into the National High School Hall of Fame for outstanding leadership and coaching skills that led to a national record of 27 consecutive state cross country championships for Hopi High School athletes from 1990 to 2017.
- Community information: NABI partners to stream championship games live
- Navajo Pine High School student signs letter of intent to play for Paul Smith College
- Winslow Bulldogs fall to Yuma Catholic Shamrocks in playoffs
- Hopi's Junior High Athletic Conference considers changing 2021-2022 scheduling
- Winslow Bulldogs defeat Blue Ridge 12-4
Mike and the entire Budenholzer family are well known in the Holbrook basketball community.
The P.A. Bushman family from Young, Arizona travels through Holbrook to the Pioneer Celebration at Winslow, Arizona July 3-5, 1931.
- Around Winslow: Week of July 21
- Old Trails Museum highlights summer history event July 24
- 1 killed, 1 injured after falling from cliff at Chevelon Creek
- Winslow man arrested in connection with campsite homicide
- Navajo County Sheriff David Clouse learns leadership skills during 22-week School of Police Staff and Command
We have been pondering what to post to the community about the current animal overpopulation situation happening on Navajo Nation, and the very tragic and very concerning dog bite attacks.
Cutting corners for her was never in her cookbook.
After a 12-day motorcycle ride across the United States, traveling 15 different states with a total of 5,193 miles, I reflect on my commitment to honor our veterans.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — A housing plan adopted by Flagstaff in 2018 and a land-use regulation approved in March violate property owners' rights under the Arizona Constitution, according to an advocacy group.
RENO, Nev. (AP) — U.S. officials who are trying to adopt out wild horses captured on public land say they are tightening protections to guard against the illegal resale of the animals for slaughter, but advocates say the government needs to do more, including ending incentive payments for adoptions.
- From the rez to national news anchor; Aliyah Chavez to head Indian Country Today newscast
- Palatki Heritage Site in Sedona reopens to public
- Cleveland's baseball team goes from Indians to Guardians
- Hiker injured, rescued off Phoenix mountain 24 hours later
- Gold medal v. golden arches: Olympian's hopes nearly quashed