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Joshua Lavar Butler, for the Navajo-Hopi Observer

Stories by Joshua

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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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Historic home on Main Street in Tuba City under renovation, will become House of Hope

A historic 20th century-era home on Main Street in Tuba City is receiving a breath of new life thanks to efforts of donors and staff at Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation (TCRHCC) to help patients and families impacted by cancer and sexual assault.

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Childcare center attracts U.S. Rep. O’Halleran to Tuba City High School

Tuba City childcare center achieves four star rating

The four star rating of Tuba City High School’s Child Development Learning Center attracted interest from U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran (D-AZ), who personally visited the school March 19 to learn more about what the program does and who they partner with to provide a quality program for children 3 to 5 years of age.

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Tsinigine vies for Miss Indian World title

Sydney Haley Tsinigine will be one of 18 contestants vying for the coveted title of Miss Indian World April 23-27 at the Gathering of Nations event in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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Tuba City students receive state science awards at Arizona Science and Engineering Fair

Three eighth-graders from Tuba City Junior High School joined more than 1,000 students from across the state of Arizona to compete in the Arizona Science and Engineering Fair where 743 projects were judged April 4-5 at the Phoenix Convention Center.

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Bashas’ Diné Market opens eighth store on the Navajo Nation in Sanders

Sanders, Nahata Dziil shopping center celebrates grand opening

It was a day worth waiting for as hundreds of community members and dignitaries gathered April 3 to celebrate the grand opening of a long-awaited shopping center that will primarily serve the communities of Sanders and Nahata Dziil off Interstate 40.