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Strawberry Crater is not as well known as Sunset Crater and the trail is one of the lesser known trails in the Flagstaff area, but it is well worth the trek because of its unique landscape, wildlife, plants and Native American history.

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Throughout November, Grand Canyon National Park honored Indigenous people during Native American Heritage Month.

November 30, 2021
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Michael Kayser, of Next Step Prosthetics, wants to make it easier for people, particularly those on the reservation who suffer the effects of diabetes, to get a prosthetic if they need one, and to make sure people don’t slip through the cracks because of access.

By Katherine Locke November 23, 2021
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Native American teenagers, who are feeling lost, can find guidelines for life and how to live with nature in adopted Native American author Doniga Markegard’s book ‘Wolf Girl.’

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Diné College has entered into an agreement with A.T. Still University (ATSU), the oldest osteopathic medical school in the county, for its physician assistant program.

November 23, 2021
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Rocky Ridge Gas & Market is housed one-mile down a dirt road in a rural area of the Navajo Nation.

By Stacy Thacker, Special to the Navajo-Hopi Observer November 16, 2021
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Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez met with local Navajo residents in the community of Chinle Nov. 8 to discuss seasonal flooding that occurs because of annual heavy rainfall and snowfall.

By Navajo-Hopi Observer November 16, 2021
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Manuelito Wheeler isn't sure exactly why Navajo elders admire Western films.

By Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press November 9, 2021
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The Tuba City High School Chess Team competed at the state chess tournament Nov. 5.

November 9, 2021
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A group of Native voices is kicking off Native American Heritage month with a new multimedia story collection that celebrates the Little Colorado River’s life-giving waters.

November 9, 2021
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President and first lady hand out holiday treats

November 2, 2021
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It’s time once again for the annual Page Lake Powell Balloon Regatta, Nov. 4 - 7.

By Loretta McKenney November 2, 2021
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World Champions for the 2021 Indian National Finals Rodeo (INFR) were recently announced.

November 2, 2021
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Louise Erdrich's gift of storytelling
Award-winning author introduces new book, 'The Sentence'

Storytelling has always been an Indigenous way of life, way of knowing.

By Kolby KickingWoman, Indian Country Today November 2, 2021
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Former roller derby athlete Melissa Skeet, known as Skeet Fighter, is roller skating more than 300 miles, from Window Rock to Flagstaff and back (the length of The Long Walk) to bring awareness to missing and murdered Indigenous women, children and two-spirit people.

By Katherine Locke October 26, 2021
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Native artist shares message of hope as he recovers from life threatening infection
Jonah Hill looks for alternative methods to create jewelry as he faces looming hospital bills

In the end, it was a tiny cactus needle embedded in his toe after a river trip that put ethnobotanist, river guide and artist Jonah Hill, who is Hopi and Quechan, into the hospital with a life-threatening infection.

By Katherine Locke October 26, 2021
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Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and staff joined Division Director for Division of Natural Resources Rudolph Shebala and Division Director for Division of Community Development Pearl Yellowman to distribute an assortment of melons to Navajo Nation employees and community members.

October 26, 2021
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BIA Wildland Fire Management - Navajo Region was recently in the Northwest Region on the Rx Burn Module.

October 26, 2021
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A new Native American-themed television mystery series is seeking extras for a series that will film at select locations around the Navajo Nation.

By By Bernie Dotson, Navajo-Hopi Observer October 19, 2021
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Bird Runningwater, the Native American and Indigenous Program Director at the Sundance Film Festival, said he plans to step down from the job Oct. 4 after a 20-year run with the organization, according to a news release.

By Bernie Dotson, Navajo-Hopi Observer October 19, 2021
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The New Mexico Film Office recently announced the short film, "Rude Girl," produced by Santa Fe-based Pink Gator Films LLC, is currently in production in New Mexico.

By Bernie Dotson, Navajo-Hopi Observer October 19, 2021
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The Tuba City Unified School District (TCUSD) staff play an integral role in a successful school year.

October 12, 2021
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On Oct. 7, staff at the Hopi Wellness Center wore purple to help bring awareness and show support for National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

October 12, 2021
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The 24th Navajo Nation Council will focus on raising awareness of domestic violence, bullying and breast cancer prevention while honoring boarding school survivors and all missing and murdered Diné relatives during the 2021 Fall Session.

October 12, 2021
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Tuba City community shows Warrior support.

October 5, 2021

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