February 5, 2019
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Community information: Annual running for a healthy Navajo Nation includes chapter south and west of Gallup
Navajo Nation Special Diabetes Program has announced the course for the Running for a Stronger and Healthier Navajo Nation Relay Run that will cover 227 miles on July 8-15.
Public Service Announcement: Tates Auto will temporarily open doors to allow customers to pick up cars
Tates Auto will temporarily open doors to allow customers to pick up their vehicles.
The Hopi Education Endowment Fund (HEEF) announced that they are now accepting nominations of individuals to serve on the HEEF Board.
Community information: Navajo Nation Supreme Court to review pro hac vice process, halts applications
The Supreme Court of the Navajo Nation has issued an order for the Navajo Nation Bar Association to stop accepting pro hac vice applications pending further order of the court.
Community information: Kaibab National Forest to offer firewood permits in Navajo and Hopi communities
Kaibab National Forest will offer free-use, paid personal-use and ceremonial firewood permits for the Tusayan Ranger District at a variety of locations in Navajo and Hopi communities over the next three months.
Community information: Old Trails Spring History Highlight ‘Legacies of the Past: Arizona Women who Made History’
The Old Trails Museum offers its 2019 Spring History Highlight May 4, at 2 p.m. at the Winslow Arts Trust Museum, 333 East Second Street.
Mayor Coral Evans, rancher Jim Babbitt, Navajo artist Shonto Begay and river rafter Donnie Dove tell their stories
You are invited to listen to climate elders telling their stories of change from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. April 13 at the Murdoch Community Center, 203 E Brannen Ave., in Flagstaff.
The Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission will be conducting public hearings to assess the mistreatment of Navajo and Native American students attending kindergarten through 12th grade in schools on and off the Navajo Nation.
Change Labs will occupy 4,000 square feet in Towering Cliff 8, a new development project in Tuba City, Arizona.