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New highway signs honor Native American veterans despite partisan politics

Sen. Jamescita Peshlakai helps push legislation through House for signage honoring Native veterans

Peshlakai explained that her journey to rename the highways began in 2013 when she was approached by then-Hopi Tribal Chairman Herman Honanie.

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Tuba City Lady Warriors are 3A North Regional Champions, conference champions

State tournament begins Nov. 8

The Tuba City High School Lady Warriors volleyball team are the 2019 3A North Regional Tournament Champions and conference champions once again defeating the Page High School Lady Sand Devils Nov. 2 at the Nash Center in Kayenta.

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Tuba City faces outbreak of syphilis, increase in HIV

The Tuba City service area is currently dealing with a syphilis outbreak.

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Reva Chissie Hoover, a parade grand marshal of Western Navajo Fair

An experience she will never forget

When Reva Chissie Hoover was asked to serve as one of three grand marshals of the 2019 Western Navajo Fair parade, she was shocked and asked, “Why me?”

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Maegan Dougi of Tuba City crowned Miss Western Navajo 2019-2020

Dougi’s platform will promote Navajo language; seatbelt and car seat safety

Maegan Dougi was crowned Miss Western Navajo 2019-2020 during the 2019 Western Navajo Fair Oct. 10.

Learn how to manage your money, budget, save

Nine-week course taught by Susan Sekaquaptewa

Have you ever wanted to learn how to pay off your debt, learn to budget, save money and to give generously?

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Muay Thai fighter Mikel King defeated in “Rumble on the Rez”

King’s student DeAngelo Steginks wins fight in first round knockout

It was not the outcome fighter Mikel King or his swarm of fans had hoped for as he was defeated by Christopher Figueroa in the “Rumble on the Rez” Muay Thai heavyweight title fight Oct. 11 during the Western Navajo Fair in Tuba City, Arizona.

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A portion of Tuba City's “Pothole Alley” repaired

Road rehabilitation costs more than $1 million

A portion of “Pothole Alley,” also known as N608 or Peshlakai Road, in Tuba City was recently improved thanks to collaboration of several entities at a price tag of more than $1 million.

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Tuba City Lady Warriors volleyball team defeats Kayenta Mustangs

The Tuba City High School Lady Warriors volleyball team continues its winning ways.

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Tuba City Lady Warriors volleyball team defeats Kayenta Mustangs

The Tuba City High School Lady Warriors volleyball team continues its winning ways.

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