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Katherine Locke
NHO Associate Editor

928-226-9696 Extension: 3507

klocke@nhonews.com

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New children's book, 'Herizon' celebrates creativity and bravery
'Herizon' follows journey of Diné girl through a future made possible by intergenerational strength and knowledge

Award-winning author Daniel Vandever's new book, ‘Herizon,’ a wordless, children’s picture book, not only gives voice to the voiceless, it also is helping with reading comprehension through illustration.

By Katherine Locke January 25, 2022
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‘The Red Hogaan,’ may be terrifying and controversial to some, with its focus on Skinwalkers, but it also seeks to impart Navajo teachings that have been misunderstood by non-Navajo people for a long time.

By Katherine Locke January 25, 2022
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Home Town Kickstart, a HGTV national show, featured small-town Winslow in one of its episodes to air this spring on the network, along with five other small towns in need of revitalization.

By Katherine Locke January 18, 2022
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The Verde Valley Archaeology Center reopened at its new location as contractors, artists and volunteers create a new museum with artifacts, art and history about local Native Americans.

By Katherine Locke January 11, 2022
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U.S. President Joe Biden has nominated Judge Sunshine Sykes, an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation to serve in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.

By Katherine Locke January 4, 2022
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Geri Hongeva was recently recognized for her contributions to the cultural heritage of the Navajo Nation and the promotion of tourism in the state.

By Katherine Locke December 14, 2021
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Coconino County Emergency Management wants non-profits, chapters and organizations on the Navajo Nation and Hopi Reservation to know it has extra personal, protective equipment available, upon request.

By Katherine Locke December 14, 2021
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Michael Kayser, of Next Step Prosthetics, wants to make it easier for people, particularly those on the reservation who suffer the effects of diabetes, to get a prosthetic if they need one, and to make sure people don’t slip through the cracks because of access.

By Katherine Locke November 23, 2021
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During the White House Tribal Nations Summit, held Nov. 15-16, President Joe Biden announced new steps to protect Chaco Canyon, which has a rich tribal and cultural legacy in northwestern New Mexico, although the Navajo Nation Council expressed disappointment.

By Katherine Locke November 23, 2021

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