Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
Sat, Sept. 19

Seeks NN Fire & Rescue Volunteers

The Navajo Nation Fire & Rescue Services takes our responsibility seriously. [We’re made up of] dedicated and committed emergency service responders who do their jobs when called upon, even at three o’clock in the morning, to protect their community. Saving lives and protecting property is not an easy task that is done willingly and often without recognition.

Volunteer firefighters are a special kind of people, and we are looking for members to help answer the call of duty. The Navajo Nation Fire & Rescue Services has started a new campaign to recruit volunteer members to respond to emergency calls for help.

As our community grows, our emergency calls for help also increases. Today, we respond to far more than fires and vehicle accidents. We answer calls for anything from hazardous materials incidents to public service calls to difficult rescues. We need volunteer members to help us help our community.

Jacob Brock, Captain

Navajo Nation Fire Department

Station No. 40,

Tuba City

Searching for native rain prayer

My mother used to have a Native American Rain Prayer, which was one of the surest ways I ever knew to bring rain. She has lost it and due to her age, I am sure will not be able to find it again. If you know of such a prayer, would you please e-mail it to and I will be happy to print it for all my friends in Kansas, Colorado, Alaska, Florida (who don’t need rain), Missouri, Nebraska. The list goes on!

Linda Daily,

Garden City, Kan.

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