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NHO Associate Editor

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The editors of a new book that includes a 100-year span of Navajo writing are hoping the Native voices will help change the many misconceptions of the Navajo people.

By Katherine Locke May 18, 2021
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Historic Two Guns glamping project denied
Coconino Board of Supervisors votes unanimously against rezoning for luxury glamping development

The Coconino Board of Supervisors unanimously turned down a request for a zone change that would have made a luxury glamping resort at Two Guns, Arizona a possibility finding that the project didn’t meet the criteria for the change.

By Katherine Locke May 18, 2021
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Amber McCrary, founder of Abalone Mountain Press, collaborated with the Museum of Northern Arizona on a project called Poetry on the Plateau to display poetry by Native writers throughout the museum.

By Katherine Locke May 4, 2021
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On May 12, the Coconino Board of Supervisors will make a decision on a proposed glamping resort at Two Guns, Arizona.

By Katherine Locke May 4, 2021
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Museum of Northern Arizona looks for artists for Summer Heritage Festival in July
Artists can reserve booth space now; festival will take place the four weekends in July

After a year in which it had to cancel or rearrange events because of COVID-19, the Museum of Northern Arizona said it is looking for artists to reserve booth space now for its Summer Heritage Festival.

By Katherine Locke April 20, 2021
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Deadly distractions: A mother’s story of life after losing her son to a distracted driver
In the six years since Zaadii Tso was killed by a distracted driver, he has become a comic book hero, while his mother continues to spread awareness about distracted driving

It’s been six years since 3-year-old Zaadii Tso was killed by a distracted driver in Flagstaff as he, his mother, Rachel C.T. Cox, and his sister, Bahozhoni Tso, used a crosswalk in front of Best Buy.

By Katherine Locke April 13, 2021
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Once again, for its 25th year, the Northern Arizona Book Festival is taking place in Flagstaff April 1-4, a weeklong event featuring Native writers, readings, workshops with adaptions because of COVID-19, because of the pandemic, all events will be online.

By Katherine Locke March 30, 2021
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Hopi Relief delivers aid to villages; plans for virtual 10K
Grassroots organization has delivered 13,000 boxes of food, hygiene supplies to the Hopi

With a new executive director, the only employee in its organization, Hopi Relief is still going strong and delivering help to the Hopi villages as the COVID-19 pandemic wears on.

By Katherine Locke March 16, 2021
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American Rescue Plan to be largest investment in Native programs in history
The sweeping plan sends more than $31 billion to Native communities in a huge one-time investment

The American Rescue Plan, the $1.9 trillion economic stimulus package proposed by President Joe Biden, includes more than $31.2 billion for Native communities — the largest investment in Native programs in history with money for tribal governments, the Indian Health Service, housing, Native education and more.

By Katherine Locke March 9, 2021
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The Doris Duke Native Oral History Revitalization Project announced more than $1.6 million in grants to increase the access, use and visibility of the Doris Duke Native American Oral History Collections spanning 150 Indigenous cultures.

By Katherine Locke February 23, 2021

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