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‎Navajo‏ Nation police officer arrested following fatal accident

A Navajo Nation Police Officer has been taken into custody by the Glendale Police Department following a fatal overnight accident. Kevin Hevel was booked on charges of manslaughter, felony endangerment, driving under the influence and failure to stay at the scene of an accident causing death, accord

AZFAMILY - 2017-09-23 02:53:00

Event honors Vietnam-era veterans from ‎Navajo‏ Nation

CROWNPOINT - Dozens of veterans from the Navajo Nation were commended for their service during the Vietnam era in a ceremony and lapel pin presentation as part of efforts by the United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration. The program, which operates under the auspices of the U.S. Department

FARMINGTON DAILY TIMES - 2017-09-23 00:00:06

‎Navajo‏ Nation Police Officer Involved in Fatal Accident

GLENDALE, ARIZONA - A Navajo Nation Police Officer has been taken into custody by the Glendale Police Department and booked on charges of manslaughter, felony endangerment, driving under the influence and failure to stay at the scene of an accident causing death.At approximately 12:13 a.m., Glendale

NATIVENEWSONLINE.NET - 2017-09-22 23:57:53

Opera Colorado will soon be singing in Englewood

Opera Colorado is packing up its sopranos, tenors and baritones and heading south. And its office staff is coming too. The nonprofit arts organization, long based on Colorado Boulevard in Denver, announced this week it will soon move into a 7,000-square-foot space at 4121 S. Navajo St. in Englwood.

DENVER POST - 2017-09-22 22:53:59

Man on bicycle killed in crash; suspected drunk driver a ‎Navajo‏ Nation police officer

GLENDALE, Ariz. - An officer was taken to a hospital and a man is dead after a possible drunk driver drove east on Glendale Avenue early Friday morning, police said. According to police, officers were attempting to locate a possible drunk driver in a red Ford Flex around midnight last seen near 75th

12NEWS.COM - 2017-09-22 22:48:44

Estranged husband kills wife, self with son in room

SHOW LOW - An estranged married couple are dead and their son without parents after an apparent murder-suicide around 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20 in Timberland Acres. Police said Thomas E. Ward, 54, and Sandra J. Ward, 43, both of Show Low, died in the domestic violence-related shooting. Navajo Count

WMI CENTRAL - 2017-09-22 16:22:00

Republican Women Fashion Show at the Bali Hai

"Shine, Wine and Dine" at the Navajo Canyon Republican Women's annual fundraiser and Fashion Show Oct. 10 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Bali Hai Pavilion, 2230 Shelter Island. (l to r) Carol reed, Joan Hayes, Shirley Jones and Judy McCarty at last year's Fashion Show (Courtesy NCRWF) The bayside set

LAMESACOURIER.COM - 2017-09-22 15:34:41

Navopache Electric hosts five students for D.C. Youth Tour

LAKESIDE - Around 1,800 students selected from electric cooperatives around the country will participate in a week-long, all expense-paid educational trip June 7, 2018, to the nation's capital. Navopache Electric Cooperative Inc. will be host to five of that number from Navajo and Apache counties, a

WMI CENTRAL - 2017-09-22 12:00:00

And the 'Best Actor' Emmy goes to ...

Tony Tangalos' letter published Sept. 15, in The Independent, was an endless chortle of complaints and misrepresentative innuendo's accusing Navajo County Republic Committee Chairman, Steven Slaton of being mean, unfair, rude and unprofessional. He ultimately asks for his resignation as NCRC chairma

WMI CENTRAL - 2017-09-22 12:00:00

Authorities investigating murder-suicide

SHOW LOW - Navajo County Sheriff's Office detectives are investigating what they said was an apparent murder-suicide at a residence on White Mountain Drive in Timberland Acres round 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20. According to NCSO Chief Deputy Jim Molesa, the deceased includes a man and a woman, but

WMI CENTRAL - 2017-09-22 12:00:00

A little place I know: Chimay's Plaza del Cerro

To come upon flowing water in Northern New Mexico seems such a blessing. One recent afternoon, photographer and writer Don Usner and I paused on a small footbridge over the Acequia de los Ortegas in Chimay, appreciating the mini-spectacle. He pointed to a place just beyond, indicating where they use

SANTAFE NEW MEXICAN.COM - 2017-09-22 11:00:00

Been caught stealing: Michael F. Brown lectures on the appropriation of Native culture

In the 1890s, Mennonite missionary H.R. Voth attempted the conversion of Third Mesa Hopi in Oraibi. Though his efforts to spread Christianity were not particularly successful, Voth immersed himself in Hopi culture and became increasingly invested in knowing details of Hopi religion. According to the

SANTAFE NEW MEXICAN.COM - 2017-09-22 11:00:00

Our View: Season of giving for United Way keeps taxes home

With the first frost ready to hit Flagstaff this weekend (cover those late tomatoes!), the season of giving has started. Early fall is the time when charities launch their end-of-year donation drives before the Christmas buying frenzy distracts would-be givers. This weekend alone there is the "Beans

ARIZONA DAILY SUN - 2017-09-22 09:30:00

Three Affiliated Tribes' councilwoman addresses UN council

Submitted Photo Dr. Monica Mayer, left, is shown with Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous People. Mayer, of New Town, addressed the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland, on Wednesday. GENEVA, Switzerland - Two elected tribal leaders from the Un

MINOT DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-22 07:00:00

Tribal Leaders Urge Colleagues To Consider Marijuana Businesses To Boost Revenue

PHOENIX - Tribal leaders from California and Washington discussed Thursday the potential opening of legal marijuana businesses on tribal lands. Several members of the National Indian Gaming Association attended the meeting and touted the financial and health rewards. David Vialpando, Santa Ysabel Ga


Prescott Powwow a great learning opportunity

The 11th annual Prescott powwow is this weekend, Friday through Sunday, Sept. 22-24, at Watson Lake Park. (Manuel Lucero/courtesy) The 11th annual Prescott powwow is this weekend, Friday through Sunday, Sept. 22-24 at Watson Lake Park. (Manuel Lucero/courtesy) Hundreds of dancers from all over Nor

DAILY COURIER - 2017-09-22 04:18:00

140 years after Nez Perce's famous flight, Native American history honored at Lolo Pass

LOLO PASS - Much like what the Lewis and Clark expedition encountered more than 200 years earlier, Thursday's visitors at Lolo Pass were caught in a mid-September snowstorm. During a daylong event commemorating the 140th anniversary of the Nez Perce flight from the U.S. Army, the small crowd watchin

MISSOULIAN - 2017-09-22 00:30:00

Carnival worker commits suicide at SW fairgrounds

The death of a carnival worker Wednesday evening at the Southwest Fair grounds in Dilkon, Arizona, has been determined to be a suicide, according to the Navajo County Sheriff's Office. William Christiansen, 21, of Utah, was found hanging by his neck in the trailer he shared with other carnival worke

NAVAJO TIMES - 2017-09-22 00:22:07

ND tribal councilwoman addresses UN in Switzerland about human trafficking

GENEVA, Switzerland - Two elected tribal leaders from the United States, a doctor and tribal councilwoman from the Mandan Hidatsa and Arikara Nation on the Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota and a legislative assistant from the Navajo Nation in Arizona, addressed the United Nations Human Righ

WDAZ - 2017-09-22 00:01:22

Regional books: "‎Navajo‏ Textiles," "Spoken Through Clay"

University Press of ColoradoNavajo Textiles, by Laurie D. Webster, et all Navajo Textiles: By Laurie D. Webster, Louise I. Stiver, D.Y. Begay and Lynda Teller Pete. Denver Museum of Nature and Science/University Press of Colorado. Wealthy New Englanders Francis and Mary Crane began collecting Indian

DENVER POST - 2017-09-21 23:45:10