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Navajo-Hopi Observer publishes new Native American Health & Wellness Guide Sept. 18

The Navajo-Hopi Observer’s new Native American Health and Wellness Guide, a full color resource publication for northern Arizona healthcare providers, will be available Sept. 18.

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Movie inspired by local newspaper owner’s near-fatal ordeal

Actor Aidan Quinn will star in a movie partly inspired by the life of local newspaper owner Joseph Soldwedel and his near-death experience while living in the Prescott, Arizona area.

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Scrimmage gives fans a glimpse of 2019 Bulldogs

The Winslow Bulldogs scrimmaged the Chino Valley Cougars Aug. 15 in Winslow.

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Business beat: ASTA Construction celebrates eight years in Winslow

The Navajo Hopi Observer stopped in to talk to Tim and Tanya Young, owners of ASTA construction to ask about life and business in Winslow.

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Percussionist Matt Venuti entertains at La Posada

Matt Venuti played a hang at La Posada Aug. 10.

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Rotary District Governor visits Winslow Club Aug. 7

David Simmer, representing central and northern Arizona Rotary District 5495, gave an update on Rotary’s water projects on the Navajo Reservation Aug. 7.

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Winslow Chamber hosts monthly mixer at Little Colorado Medical Center

The Winslow Chamber of Commerce hosted a monthly mixer at the Little Colorado Medical Center (LCMC).

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Winslow’s Loy Engelhardt selected for Arizona Broadcasters Hall of Fame

Loy Engelhardt announces for the Winslow Bulldogs for football, basketball, baseball and softball.

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Community celebrates contributions of Laguna Tribe

The community of Winslow celebrates the contributions of the Laguna Tribe at a festival July 26-27.

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Rotary hears Kindercamp update

Heidi Hanson and Kristi Corum gave a presentation to the Winslow Rotary July 25 about this summer's KinderCamp.

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