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The new order from the governor takes effect at 5 p.m. April 4. On the new closure list are massage parlors, tattoo parlors, barber shops and tanning salons.

By Associated Press April 3, 2020
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Native Americans across the U.S. are organizing online and social-distancing powwows and posting videos of dances as a way to offer hope and spiritual support during the coronavirus pandemic.

By Associated Press March 31, 2020
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They say the men were traveling to the Canyon de Chelly National Monument in Chinle.

By Associated Press March 25, 2020

Navajo Nation residents are being asked to fill out a survey about internet access and cellular service on tribal land.

By Associated Press March 24, 2020
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A second person stricken with the coronavirus has died in Arizona and the state now has 152 confirmed cases, authorities said March 22.

By Associated Press March 22, 2020
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You’re washing your hands countless times a day to try to ward off the coronavirus.

By Associated Press March 20, 2020
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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Flagstaff restaurants will be to-go service only, and bars, theaters, fitness centers and indoor recreation facilities will be closed starting Tuesday night, the city's mayor ordered in a bid to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

By Associated Press March 17, 2020
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Utah is poised to study the disproportionate violence inflicted against Native American women and girls after the Utah Legislature voted to create a task force.

By Associated Press March 10, 2020
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Charles “Chuck” Trimble, a former leader of the National Congress of American Indians and founder of the American Indian Press Association, has died at age 84.

By Associated Press March 10, 2020
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A Navajo tribal company has reached an agreement that would allow the U.S. government to enforce environmental laws at two coal mines in Wyoming and one in Montana.

By Associated Press March 3, 2020

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