Hopi tribal liaison Holly Figueroa has received a Community Health Champion Award from the Health First Foundation.
Nááts'íilid Initiative hosted Walking with Dinétah Sept. 17-18 in Kayenta.
Motivational speaker Chance Lee Rush visited staff and community members at Tuba City High School Sept. 17.
Coconino County Superintendent Cheryl Mango-Paget announced that the Coconino County Accommodation district’s Tse’Yaato’ High School in Page, Arizona, has received Cognia’s highest honor as a 2022 School of Distinction.
On Sept. 22, Council Delegate Kee Allen Begay, Jr. joined President Jonathan Nez, Nazlini Chapter officials and Nazlini community members for the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Nazlini Senior Center.
The Office of Miss Navajo Nation announced Valentina Clitso, from Forest Lakes Chapter, as Miss Navajo Nation 2022-2023.
Visitors to Petrified Forest National Park now have a new place to exercise their pets after a long day in the car.
Officials, community members and kids celebrate the new bike trail named SiiHasin Bike Path in Indian Wells.
The Wood for Life program recently received the 2021 U.S. Forest Service Volunteer and Service Award: Citizen Stewardship & Partnerships award Aug. 26.
A Diné artist and horseman has taken top prizes in the juried art show at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonial this year, competing against himself with realistic portraits of his Aunt Dorothy and several of his horses.
Hopi Telecommunications, Inc. was informed in June that its $5.8 million loan has been approved to extend fiber to homes throughout the Hopi Reservation, which will significantly increase broadband speed and improve reliability.
Tuba City High School Dual Credit Program students successfully completed their online admission and registration processes.
Hopi Wellness Center holds their first hiking event Aug. 13. Everyone had a great time and all were able to take some nice photos of the scenic views.
In partnership with the Hopi Tribe and ecoculture, Flagstaff District Silviculturist Andy Stevenson organized a reforestation effort planting 2,000 new Douglas fir trees on top of Mount Elden July 30.
The community of Na’ha’ta Dziil, Arizona celebrated the completion of a new two-lane bridge along N2007, located along I-40 and replaces one constructed in 1942, which had safety concerns because of its age and usage.