Thank you to the voters of Coconino County District 4 for your vote of confidence in the primary election held on Aug. 4.
When I got off the lake Saturday (Aug. 22) I got a call from Bob Reed (Uplake Adventures).
I would like to thank you for your continued support and flexibility as we navigate the reopening of Winslow’s school sites.
We loaded our rods in the boat in the dark and launched at Stateline as the eastern sky began to lighten.
Extreme heat, busy boating activities, and finicky fish have made it difficult to catch fish recently.
In the midst of massive COVID-19 pandemic disruption, U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D-Ariz.) and U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-Wash.) brought forth a bi-partisan proposal to offer tax relief to small businesses, residents and local newspapers.
Lake Powell is still hot and busy with lots of people coming to this great vista in these difficult times.
The role of a community newspaper, first and foremost, is to report the news and events that happen in the community it serves.
Anna Lee Bignose, 87, the daughter of Joe and Alberta Lee of Tonalea, Arizona.
Geraldine L. Hadley, age 55, was called to Heaven on June 3, 2020 at 7:40 a.m. (EST).
As County Supervisor, it is one of my most important responsibilities to protect the public health of Coconino County. And in the face of COVID-19, that responsibility has become more important than ever.
For two weeks at the Rehabilitation Hospital of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff I received excellent care after having a mini-stroke.
Frank Allison, Sr. entered heaven on May 10, 2020, at 87 years old, in Farmington, New Mexico, with family by his side.
As health care professionals, we are focused on ensuring the well-being of our patients especially during these times of uncertainty. Our doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals work tirelessly to provide quality care to anyone who walks through our hospital doors.
Since we first learned of the serious threat the coronavirus poses to our communities, I have been concerned with the lack of attention the Navajo Nation has received from federal agencies responsible for COVID-19 response efforts.
On behalf of Little Colorado Medical Center (“LCMC”), we offer the following in comment up-on the article which ran on April 28, 2020.
On April 28, Coconino County Board of Supervisors issued a proclamation condemning recent hate speech and incitement of violence against Navajo people.
Effective immediately, Dilkon Judicial District is closed to the public until further notice and services will be handled by Window Rock Judicial District.
COVID 19 impacted small businesses and the self employed, now join me and county staff tomorrow at 1:30 pm (AZ Time) to learn about benefits you maybe eligible for.
Upcoming news and events on and around the Hopi and Navajo reservations.
The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) advises northern Arizona drivers to plan for a traffic shift on Interstate 40 at Meteor City Road (milepost 239) while crews complete a bridge-improvement project.
Navajo Transitional Energy Co. (NTEC) no doubt has a trust issue with the Navajos.
HB 2036, would require mandatory prison sentencing for dealers caught selling this deadly poison in large enough amounts to distinguish them as significant drug traffickers.
Navajo Transitional Energy Co. has now entered their fifth month with no bonds and permits for the Wyoming and Montana mines they recently purchased. Montana and Wyoming have had to provide more extensions to NTEC to continue operating the mines.