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Masks will be required for all students and faculty attending in-person, regardless of whether or not they have received the COVID-19 vaccine.

By Loretta McKenney July 27, 2021
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Central Navajo Fair to be held virtually
Navajo Nation Fairs cancel or move to virtual events as COVID-19 concerns continue

On July 23, the 35th annual Central Navajo Fair announced it will host its events virtually.

By Loretta McKenney July 27, 2021
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Spay/neuter clinics offer solutions to dog, cat overpopulation in Tuba City
Tuba City Humane Society helps more than 646 animals during pandemic, up from 400 annually

As dog attacks on the Navajo Nation begin to gain more attention, animal rescue groups on the reservation continue to seek solutions for stray or abandoned animals.

By Loretta McKenney July 20, 2021
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When the coronavirus pandemic hit the Navajo Nation, jewelry, arts, crafts and food vendors closed to help prevent the spread of the virus.

By Loretta McKenney June 22, 2021
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Shilah Williams of Tuba City, Arizona, has earned her place at the 2021 National Junior High Finals Rodeo after placing in the top four in the Girl’s Breakaway Roping for the Arizona Junior High School Rodeo Association in May.

By Loretta McKenney June 15, 2021
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Flagstaff Eagles offensive lineman Brandon Shirley is taking the next step in his football career after signing with the Gila River Hawks.

By Loretta McKenney February 16, 2021
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Horse deaths under investigation on Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest
$5,000 reward offered for information leading to arrest of responsible parties

Law Enforcement is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of parties responsible for four dead horses located outside of the Heber Wild Horse Territory, Jan. 7.

By Loretta McKenney January 12, 2021
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A new generation of officers graduate the Navajo Police Training Academy
Navajo Police Department commissions eight officers

Despite the onset of challenges in the midst of a global pandemic, Class 55 of the Navajo Police Training Academy persevered to become the newest generation of police officers with the Navajo Police Department.

By Loretta McKenney January 12, 2021
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Hone’ Wo’keed: FBI seeks to reach Navajo language speakers through cold case posters
First of their kind FBI cold case posters in Navajo language seek to solve crimes by translating, distributing posters on reservation

By law, the FBI is responsible for investigating the most serious crimes within Indian Country—homicide, child sexual assault, kidnapping and violence against women among them.

By Loretta McKenney January 5, 2021
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Harry Singer, owner of Keyah Construction filled two roles during the Oct. 28 dedication of the new Little Singer School, located south of Birdsprings, Arizona.

By Loretta McKenney November 10, 2020

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