Joshua Lavar Butler, for the Navajo-Hopi Observer

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A portion of Tuba City's “Pothole Alley” repaired

Road rehabilitation costs more than $1 million

A portion of “Pothole Alley,” also known as N608 or Peshlakai Road, in Tuba City was recently improved thanks to collaboration of several entities at a price tag of more than $1 million.

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Tuba City Lady Warriors volleyball team defeats Kayenta Mustangs

The Tuba City High School Lady Warriors volleyball team continues its winning ways.

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Tuba City Lady Warriors volleyball team defeats Kayenta Mustangs

The Tuba City High School Lady Warriors volleyball team continues its winning ways.

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A new generation of Hopi, Tewa leaders and professionals

Hopi Leadership Program launches sixth cohort of 18 members; Spring youth leadership program to be offered in 2020

New members represent villages, clans, organizations and local businesses throughout the various Hopi and Tewa communities on the Hopi Reservation.

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Flagstaff to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day Oct.14

In place of Columbus Day, the city of Flagstaff will celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day Oct. 14.

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Tuba City Lady Warriors win Snowflake Volleyball Invitational

Tuba City volleyball works to defend regional title

The tournament attracted 16 of the best high school volleyball programs in the state and region.

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Muay Thai fighter Mikel King set to defend title at Western Navajo Fair

Mikel Wayne King, 27, is not your average Kun Khmer and Muay Thai fighter.

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Power with purpose: Pageant queen to take stage Oct. 10

The next Miss Western Navajo will be crowned Oct. 10 during the Western Navajo Fair in Tuba City, Arizona.

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Sacred Peaks Health Care Center opens new location in Flagstaff

It was a dream that came true on Sept. 6 for Tuba City Regional Health Care Corp. as they celebrated the grand opening of their brand-new 24,000-square-foot Sacred Peaks Health Care Center at its new location on the east side of Flagstaff on Highway 89.

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Tuba City Starlings return from Hawaii victorious

Starlings finish tourney 7-1; losing only one game to Mauloa 18s

The Tuba City Starlings 17s volleyball team are tournament champions once again as they returned home from the Aloha Summer Classic held June 14-16 in Hawaii.

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