Hopi Health Care Center (HHCC) is scheduled to receive 150 doses of the ultra-cold frozen Pfizer- BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
Congresswoman Deb Haaland (D-N.M.), was selected to serve as the Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior for the Biden-Harris Administration.
Twenty-five U.S. Navy medical personnel who are part of four Rapid Rural Response Teams (RRRT), are being deployed to the Navajo Nation to provide much-needed relief and resources for health care workers fighting the spread of COVID-19.
Nalgene Outdoor, maker of reusable water bottles and of the Nalgene Water Fund has pledged its support to the Navajo Nation with the launch of its exclusive “Tó éí iiná” (Water is Life) bottle, by Diné designer Jaden Redhair.
On election night, Jodi Owings and her family watched the results reported live on television in their Oklahoma home.
The Hopi Tribe issued a bare warning about COVID-19 Dec. 9 as cases increase in the United States and show no sign of slowing as holidays and the winter season continues.
Change Labs is the recipient of the Championing Equity, Equality and Inclusion category of the 2020 .ORG Impact Awards because of its entrepreneurial programs and commitment to connecting people to Native-owned business on the Navajo and Hopi reservations.
The federal agency that provides health care to Native Americans said Dec. 11 it will receive more than enough vaccines to protect all the people working in hospitals and clinics, including doctors, nurses and support staff.
The conversation is the same among auto dealerships locally and across the country: Where do we find trained technicians?
With only three weeks remaining to spend CARES Act funding, which includes the Navajo CARES Act Hardship Assistance Program ends, the Navajo Nation is working fervently to process applications with outstanding issues.
Team Rubicon, the disaster response organization known for mobilizing Veterans in response to tornadoes, hurricanes and other disasters, has once again begun deploying its Veteran volunteers to the Navajo Nation to provide medical relief and assistance.
Navajo Nation health officials have reported 225 new COVID-19 cases and two additional deaths with intensive care unit beds at healthcare facilities now at full capacity.
The Winslow Police Department and Winslow Unified School District are partnering for an annual toy drive for foster kids in the Winslow area.
Medical professionals serving the Navajo Nation made an urgent plea to residents Dec. 3 to stay home as coronavirus cases rise, testing the limits of health care on the vast reservation.
Hopi artist Akema Honyumptewa and his hand woven textile piece are displayed at the annual Winter Art Market at the Museum of Northern Arizona.
As Navajo Nation medical officials state that the Nation is now in a major health crisis and pleaded with the public to stay home, the Navajo Nation president extended the stay-at-home-order and extends 57-hour lockdowns.
Once the Federal Drug Administration approves one or multiple vaccines, a plan by Navajo Area Indian Health Service, says the Nation will coordinate the delivery of vaccine doses across the Indian Health Service system in three phases.
With COVID-19 cases spiking on the Navajo and Hopi reservations, the Navajo and Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund is sending out an urgent plea for more funds so it can continue to help families in need on both reservations.
Chastity De Guzman and her four children have lived in a home on the Navajo Nation without power since 2015. She said they had been on a waiting list for over two years when a crew finally showed up in September to connect their home to electricity.
The Museum of Northern Arizona’s (MNA) Winter Market will take place in two different weekends — the first Dec. 3-6 and the second Dec. 10-13 in a COVID-19 conscious way that the museum hopes will help artists who have been impacted by the pandemic.
While the current health and economic crisis has impacted Americans nationwide, it has disproportionately affected the Native American/Alaska Native (NA/AN) community.
Diné College will host a virtual commencement Dec. 11, at 10 a.m. The virtual graduation takes place simultaneously with one to be held in-person.
On Nov. 28, the Biden-Harris transition team announced that Navajo Department of Health Executive Director Dr. Jill Jim was one of three more individuals selected to serve on the Biden-Harris COVID-19 Advisory Board.
One student runs 85 feet up a hill every morning, just to get a cellphone signal so he can call in his attendance.
Activists worry that the Trump administration has fast-tracked the final environmental impact statement for the massive Resolution Copper mine, a project planned for lands near Superior that are claimed as sacred by the San Carlos Apache.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez, Vice President Myron Lizer, Miss Navajo Nation Shaandiin Parrish, World Central Kitchen and staff from the president’s office finished a long day of turkey and food box distributions at the Tséhootsooí Medical Center in Fort Defiance, Arizona Nov. 25.
About three-quarters of Navajos enrolled with the tribe have applied for financial assistance due to the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran credits his reelection to a record Native American voter turnout that also impacted the presidential race, other races and has the potential to impact the state and nation in the future.
Tuba City Regional Health Care Center’s CEO Lynette Bonar received the Cancer Community (C2) Catalyst for Change award in October for her work improving access to cancer care for underserved populations.
Native American leaders are keeping close watch on the Supreme Court battle over whether to repeal all or parts of the Affordable Care Act, a move many say could devastate health care for American Indians and Alaska Natives.