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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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Navajo-Hopi Observer 12h
Native women have new role in D.C.
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Navajo-Hopi Observer 15h
Hopi High students take home awards at state journalism conference
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 15
Federal Judge blocks Keystone XL Pipeline; indigenous Nations respond
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 13
2018-2019 Ms. and Mr. Winslow Native American
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 13
Around the Rez: week of Nov. 14
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 13
The Navajo Nation Board of Election Supervisors says because of ballot shortages at some election offices, voters were allowed to leave their contact information. Those people will be...
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 12
The city of Winslow and Waste Management announced effective Nov. 1 the list of acceptable items in the recycling stream is changing
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 12
Every year, families of missing people bring medical records, photos, fingerprints and maybe DNA samples to a team of forensic scientists who try to match them with jawbones and other skeletal remains, police sketches and dental records that put...
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 11
Holbrook High School October Students of the Month
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 11
The Hopi Foundation announced the opening of nominations for the 7th International Barbara Chester Award to Clinicians Treating Survivors of Torture and Abuse.
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 10
Joaquin Kootswatewa graduated from Greyhills Academy High School in Tuba City and is studying astronomy and aeronautics at Utah State University.
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 10
The Navajo Transitional Energy Company said it’s now considering ownership of the plant at the invitation of the tribe.
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 9
William Ray Engvall, M.D. (Bill) was born May 8, 1934, in Temple, Texas, at Scott & White Hospital. He passed away Oct. 31 from complications of Parkinson’s Disease.
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 9
On Oct. 31, the Navajo Nation Police Department responded to an attempted kidnpaping in the Cowsprings area of Tuba City.
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 9
The Northwest Christian Crusaders defeated the Winslow Bulldogs 49-6 in the first round of the 3A Conference Football Playoffs Nov. 2 in Phoenix.
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 9
The mayor and council presented the proclamation to Denise Estudillo, director of the Indian Education Committee at the Winslow School District and representatives from the Winslow Residential Hall.
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 9
$5 mil. loan funds will be used to replace and upgrade infrastructure at the city’s wastewater treatment plant
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 9
“Öngtupqa” takes inside look at Hopi musical and cultural connection to Desert View Watchtower with new CD and documentary
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 9
'Dawnland' documents untold story of Native American child removal in the U.S. -- streaming on PBS' Independent Lens program
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Navajo-Hopi Observer Nov 8
Latoya Largo determined to help bring funding to Hopi Jr/Sr High
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