On Feb. 10, Grand Canyon National Park officials met with Navajo Nation leaders to discuss the reopening of the park’s eastern park entrance, which borders the Navajo Nation.
Joyce Dugan did not hesitate before sitting down inside the Cherokee Indian Hospital for her second and final dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Navajo Nation Office of the Controller reports 293,000 Navajo Nation members have been included in the Navajo CARES Act Hardship Assistance Program thus far and 231,281 checks have now been issued accounting for 80% of the total applications.
In Randall Wilson’s latest artwork, the Mandalorian’s helmet is adorned with arrowheads, and he sports a Navajo seal and traditional hair bun.
Officials at Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation (TCRHCC) said there is hope as vaccines are available for the community and the number of people with the coronavirus has been dropping for the past week and a half.
Flagstaff Eagles offensive lineman Brandon Shirley is taking the next step in his football career after signing with the Gila River Hawks.
The shutdowns have been an economic and health disaster for the Navajo Nation and have not been based on science or medicine.
A new fiber optic line that will increase internet capacity for the local health care center, schools and businesses in Tuba City, Arizona, was completed Feb. 10.
The Hopi Tribe is reminding tribal members and visitors that there is a reservation-wide lockdown and weekend curfews on the Hopi reservation and that the reservation remains in a State of Emergency.
The Navajo Nation Office of the Controller reports there are 293,000 individual applicants for the Navajo CARES Act Hardship Assistance Program and more than 112,000 checks have already been cashed.
Change Labs, an award-winning Native American-led organization, is now accepting applications from Native American business owners and entrepreneurs to its business incubation program.
The Navajo Nation requested more COVID-19 vaccines and additional resources in a February meeting with the Biden-Harris administration officials and federal agencies from the White House, FEMA, Navajo Area Indian Health Service and others via teleconference.
Two years of community input crafted the outline for the K’é Community Trails network, a project spearheaded by the Crownpoint Chapter and Navajo Technical University (NTU) in collaboration with the National Park Service.
If you are from Tuba City and were around during the early 2000s then there are certain things you hold dear.
On Jan. 31, Nez met with White House officials to request more COVID-19 vaccines and other resources and reaffirmed the request for the declaration.
VID-19 — despite safety concerns about the vaccines.
The Navajo Nation Office of the Controller has launched a text messaging campaign that will notify applicants of the status of their applications or check processing for the Navajo Cares Act Hardship Assistance Program.
U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ) said Native Americans played a significant role in the recent election, including his win in Arizona.
The Tuba City COVID-19 Vaccine Drive-Thru takes place Feb. 6 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (or until all 1,000 Pfizer doses are given) at the Tuba City High School Pavilion parking lot.
According to the tribe, the Hopi reservation continues to see an overall rise in the number of positive COVID-19 cases in villages and communities.
As of today, the Navajo Nation Office of the Controller has issued nearly 120,000 checks for the Navajo CARES Act Hardship Assistance Program.
Micah Lomaomvaya, realty officer for the Hopi Tribe, said while the pandemic has changed the way his office does business that several projects are in the works.
The Jan. 20 virtual “Parade Across America” honoring President Joe Biden’s inauguration had an Indigenous touch.
Badlands, petrified wood, the colorful Painted Desert and Native American influences make the Petrified Forest National Wilderness one of the most unique and beautiful wilderness areas in Arizona.
The Navajo Nation extends its stay-at-home order, implements daily curfew through Feb. 15, with provisions for government workers and essential businesses to be open on weekends.
It’s been a hard few months for Jerrel Singer — he lost his sister to COVID-19 at the end of October and then in short order his aunt and uncle. By the Christmas holiday, Singer had become sick and was hospitalized himself.
Tolani Lake Enterprises marked accomplishments of its Cares Act initiative Jan. 15 at Cameron Old Farm, near Cameron, Arizona, one of six new well sites developed under the innovative and unique Cares grant from Navajo Nation Water Resources Department.
Hardship Assistance payments from the Navajo Nation Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Fund were scheduled to begin the week of Jan. 18, according to the Navajo Nation.
Winslow Junior High School Student Council members completed a clean-up on Colorado street in Winslow Jan. 14.
The community continues to demonstrate a high level of interest in getting vaccinated; however, the available supply of COVID-19 vaccine remains limited.