Chris Greyeyes, first-year head coach of the Colts, said he is excited for the boys.
Each of the 19 officers completed the 24-week police academy training, which was overseen by the Navajo Police Department.
As Navajo Generating Station burned the last of its coal and officially closed Nov. 18, Navajo grassroots groups issued a call for the Navajo Nation to return to honoring Diné Fundamental Law and values in energy policy decisions.
The Navajo Nation pulled its financial guarantees for the tribe’s coal enterprise, the Navajo Transitional Energy Company, saying the company had purchased three coal mines in Wyoming and Montana without informing the tribe.
I am humbled to represent Arizona’s First Congressional District, a vast and diverse area that includes 12 Indian Nations and Tribes.
The 2019-2020 flu season is here and the American Red Cross urges everyone to get their influenza vaccine now.
Upcoming news and events on and around the Hopi and Navajo reservations.
Each year, students from Winslow High School fan out through Winslow collecting canned food. This year there are about 60 students participating.
Winslow Indian Health Care Clinic held its annual Christmas Bazaar Nov. 1 in Winslow.
Through November 2019, Lyle Harvey will be offering a series of talks and demonstrations regarding family cohesion using Navajo culture.
Fighting fires. Sucking smoke. Working hard in an inferno of heat. You’ve been on assignment for four days and you have 10 more to go. You’re ready for a hot shower and solid food, you’re tired. But you’re still smiling. You’re a wildland firefighter.
Alternative rock fusion group, The Cody Blackbird Band received Group of The Year at the 19th Annual Native American Music Awards.
On Nov. 7, Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez congratulated Professional Bull Rider Cody Jesus in a Facebook post, wishing him good luck as he competed int he PBR Finals.
Some of the best of the best student-athletes from years past were inducted into the 2019 Hall of Fame at Monument Valley High School Nov. 1 during the school’s last home game of the season.
On Oct. 30, Navajo officials joined the U.S. Navy’s Authentication of the Keel Ceremony of the U.S. Navy’s first of class towing and salvage vessel, “USNS Navajo (T-ATS 6)” at the Civic Center in Houma, Louisiana.
The Coconino County Board of Supervisors selected Dr. Tommy Lewis as the new Superintendent of Schools. The board confirmed the appointment Nov. 5. Dr. Lewis will begin his service Nov. 18.
Ron Little nestles into a familiar seat aboard a train locomotive and slides the window open, leaning out to get a better view of dozens of rail cars that stretch for a mile behind and the landscape he knows so well.
Heartfelt condolences and prayers were expressed as flags across the state were ordered flown at half-staff Nov. 5 to honor Navajo Police Sergeant Lamar Martin, who passed away Nov. 3 following a medical event that occurred Oct. 9.
A federal appeals court announced Nov. 7 that it will take a second look at an emotionally fraught lawsuit governing the adoption of Native American children.