FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. —Northern Arizona Healthcare’s Board of Directors announced the hiring of David Cheney, MBA, FACHE, to serve as its next Chief Executive Officer.
A trial over water rights continues in one of the longest-running court cases in Arizona history.
PAGE, Ariz. — An extra pulse of water has been sent through the Grand Canyon this week. The Bureau of Reclamation is running a “high-flow experiment” at Glen Canyon Dam in northern Arizona, which means a big release of water designed to move and redeposit sand and sediment will make its way downstream from the dam.
GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — Young adults 16-20 who identify as members of one of the associated tribes of the Grand Canyon are invited to apply for a spot on the second annual Grand Canyon Regional Intertribal Intergenerational Stewardship Expedition (RIISE), a nine-day intertribal Colorado River rafting trip through the Grand Canyon July 16-24.
The U.S. government is embarking on an effort to record the oral histories of survivors and descendants of boarding schools that sought to “civilize” Indigenous students, often through abusive practices.
CLARKDALE, Ariz. — Hopi Tribal Chairman Timothy Nuvangyaoma, along with several
BIRDSPRINGS, Ariz. — Federal emergency funds are on the way to the Navajo Nation and it cannot come soon enough for the residents of the Birdsprings Chapter and the community of Chinle.
PHOENIX — As the Phoenix Suns began its postseason run in the NBA playoffs, the Navajo language has, too.
CHINLE, Ariz. — Efforts continue today to evacuate residents in the path of raging floodwaters and to reinforce dams and berms along the cascading Chinle Wash.
NAVAJO NATION - Department of Agriculture has issued a public service announcement (PSA) reminding all livestock haulers of the mandatory certifications required for transportation through the Navajo Nation.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The Hopi Domestic Violence Program has announced their upcoming 3rd annual Domestic Violence Conference set to take place at the Twin Arrows Navajo Casino & Resort near Flagstaff, May 16 – 17.
NAVAJO NATION — Navajo Nation Department of Fish and Wildlife has announced that the 2023/2024 big game hunt application will be available exclusively online.
PHOENIX — Tribal gaming in Arizona is setting records through the first quarter of 2023, which means that contributions from the Arizona Department of Gaming are at an all-time high.