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Navajo-Hopi Observer
Trusted local news source proudly serving the Navajo and Hopi Nations, Tuba City, and Winslow, Arizona.
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Dept. Public Safety 1h
Drivers are speeding in icy conditions. This crash is eastbound I-40, about 20 miles west of Winslow. Slow down, Be alert!
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Navajo-Hopi Observer 54m
Weather advisory update from Navajo Nation president and vice president on Feb. 22
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Navajo-Hopi Observer 1h
Indian Wells Girl Scout Troop 7314 celebrates “Project Bike Love”
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Navajo-Hopi Observer 18h
All Tuba City Unified School District schools will be closed Friday, Feb. 22.
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Navajo-Hopi Observer 20h
Powerful winter storm hampers travel across much of Arizona; road closures listed
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Navajo-Hopi Observer 22h
The National Weather Service reports around 11:20 a.m. that Flagstaff Airport had recorded 22.3" for Feb. 21 (23.8" storm total, so far). This smashes the daily record of 10.0" in 1944. The city of Flagstaff...
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Feb 20
Holbrook and Page schools will be closed Thursday and Friday because of impending storm. Flagstaff schools will close Thursday and Winslow announces snow day for Friday.
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Feb 20
Dennehotso market opens after nearly 17 years of strong advocacy
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Feb 20
Navajo Nation declares emergency because of winter weather conditions
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Feb 19
Around the Rez: week of Feb. 20
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Feb 19
Wildcats dominate playoff game over Show Low Cougars; Chinle Wildcats three wins from taking it all
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Feb 17
The Havasupai Tribe has decided not to allow outfitters to escort visitors this year down the long, winding path that leads to its small, roadless reservation.
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Feb 16
Guys as Gals Talent Show raises funds for Winslow's domestic violence shelter
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Feb 15
On Feb. 5, both teams went to Payson, where the Lady Bulldogs defeated Payson 63-47 and the Bulldogs defeated Payson 83-66.
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Feb 15
On Jan. 31, students, faculty, and staff from Navajo Technical University visited Crownpoint Middle School to connect with students for the event — “Let’s Learn, Laugh, and Play Culturally Together.”
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Feb 15
Diné College is joining the push to mitigate one of the most critical public health crisis facing the world: antibiotic resistance.
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Feb 14
As a Navajo in business financing, coming from Chinle, Arizona but living in Albuquerque I want to state a couple of things to the tribe, as I follow NTEC.
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Feb 14
Mariquit “Kit” Palabyab, who is Filipino-American, is the new Native American Studies (NAS) teacher at Hopi Jr/Sr High School.
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Feb 13
Pathways is an after school youth program serving Native American youth living within the city of Flagstaff. The program serves an average of up to 125 youth per year and its focus population is youth between the ages of six and 13 years of age.
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