Guest column: COVID-19 boosters essential for seniors
Ho, ho, ho! Children get to bed. Santa is on his way…. Without hesitation, children go to bed waiting for Christmas morning.
There have been a series of articles authored by Howard Fischer entitled, “Environmental Groups Sue Government over Failure to Approve Mexican Wolf Restoration Plan.”
My bilagáana ancestors came to this land in 1634. With them they brought a diseased culture infected with ravenous greed and a blatant arrogance of superiority. The Diné have endured extreme suffering as a result
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness month.
As the end of 2022 approaches, I reflected on some of the stories that I personally covered this year that filled me with Native pride and gave me hope for a better Indian Country.
The Safeguard Tribal Objects of Patrimony (STOP) Act became federal law following signature by President Biden Dec. 21. Last month, the United States Senate passed the bill through Unanimous Consent, the final congressional step to send the STOP Act to the President’s desk.
Personal letters can come few and far between for the residents living at the Dr. Guy Gorman Senior Care Home in Chinle, Arizona.
The list includes jewelry designer Mud Lowery, who creates unique pieces that have been worn by Miranda Lambert, and Hopi artist AJ Nequatewa, who creates earrings and necklaces that she paints by hand. Reclaim Designs, run by Navajo and Oneida brothers, uses pop culture references to reinforce Indigenous values and culture, while Star Village Coffee, run by Joel Zuniga from the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony, offers six types of coffee and K-Cup pods.
Best Friends Animal Society offers the following tips to keep your dogs and cats safe during this holiday season:
Local journalism is facing an existential crisis because of Big Tech’s abusive business tactics.
Our vigilance in immunizing is imperative in protecting ourselves against COVID, RSV and the flu during the upcoming winter holiday season.
After nine years, Veterans Day was my last day at the Navajo-Hopi Observer.
In this season of giving, I want to thank the voters of Coconino County for making possible a powerful gift of healing to our communities and our county.
Most child welfare cases wrestle over issues of best interest and well-being.
A county jail is a pivotal component of the criminal justice system. In Coconino County, the jail is not just a place where we put people who break the law. Our jail is a modern facility where people can get the help they need.
The Navajo Nation honored the life of Sylvia Laughter, who was an elected member of the Arizona House of Representatives from 1999-2005, representing the Navajo Nation. Laughter passed away peacefully with her family at her side Oct. 15.
The Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission announced settlement checks were sent out from the Federal Trade Commission to individuals in the Tate’s Auto Group settlement.