HOLBROOK, Ariz. — Navajo County Sheriff David Clouse, along with the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO) Detention staff opened a pod May 21 within the Navajo County Sheriff Office (NCSO) jail specifically for veterans who are held in custody.
On Feb. 19, the world’s largest Navajo rug was moved from cold storage at Northern Arizona University to the La Posada Hotel Museum.
The Navajo-Hopi Observer had the opportunity to talk to Loye Engelhardt, owner of the AM radio station in Winslow.
The Navajo-Hopi Observer had the opportunity to talk with Winslow’s Hays sisters, Mary and Brenda, about their life and music.
A ribbon cutting ceremony rededicating Vargas Field was held March 6 in Winslow.
Dalton Motors is located in downtown Winslow, on old Route 66.
The Navajo Hopi Observer had an opportunity to talk with Winslow’s new Police Chief Daniel Brown Jan. 3.
“Standin’ On The Corner” Festival in Winslow takes place Sept. 29 and 30.
The Winslow Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting featured Sarah Smithson as its August speaker.
Each Fourth of July, Winslow provides northern Arizona with a super pyrotechnic display.
A youth coalition produced a Kick Butts Day with information, awareness displays and materials explaining the health dangers of tobacco smoking at the Winslow Indian Health Care Center March 30.
One of the highlights of Arizona State Parks weekend celebration March 25 was that the Hopi Code Talkers were honored, one of 23 events in northern Arizona related to the 60th anniversary of Arizona State Parks.
The Winslow School Board chose Cyndi Mattox to be its new Winslow School District #1 superintendent.
Park acquires 7,000 additional acres, unearths 1,000 prehistoric habitation sites after three years of research
Park Archaeologist Bill Reitz explained new discoveries and park expansion to Winslow Homolovi Archaeology Society March 8.
The first meeting of the Winslow School District’s Indian Education Committee took place Jan. 30.
Retired anthropologist Miles Gilbert addressed the Winslow Homolovi Archaeology meeting held at the Winslow Visitor Center Feb. 8 with a comprehensive review of the 1881 Apache uprising at Cibecue Creek.
The Navajo-Hopi Observer sat down with Jerron Jordan, who teaches fifth and sixth grade at Washington Elementary and also coaches Winslow High School girls’ varsity basketball.
Native American Festival visits Winslow High for dancing, Native food and the Miss Winslow Native American competition
Winslow High School held its annual festival for Native Americans Nov. 30 at the student union.
The Winslow Arts Council, aided by city of Winslow staff, held a Halloween party for families with children Oct. 27.