Two northeastern Arizona tribes would waive their rights to water from the Little Colorado River in exchange for the promise of groundwater delivery projects under legislation introduced Tuesday in Congress.Read More »
The number of American Indians who claimed to be multiracial jumped sharply over the last decade, but not so much in Arizona, the Census Bureau reported Wednesday.Read More »
Coconino County election officials have provided translators at the polls for Navajo speakers. They have done the same for Hopi voters.
But Yuma has them stumped.
New U.S. Census Bureau figures show the Navajo tribe remains by far Arizona's largest, but it isn't growing as fast other large tribes.Read More »
Fort Defiance, established in 1851, was the first military post established in what would become the Arizona Territory, and its post office, established in 1856, provided the future territory’s first postal service.Read More »
The Hopi Code Talkers are being honored in a ceremony Monday.Read More »
One of the original 29 Navajo Code Talkers died this week, leaving only one founding member of the elite Marine Corps unit that developed an unbreakable secret code during World War II still alive.Read More »
Navajo President Ben Shelly has been cleared of fraud, conspiracy and theft charges stemming from an investigation of discretionary funding.Read More »
The Bureau of Indian Affairs' Navajo Area director, Omar Bradley, has signed the final documents taking 405 acres of land into trust for the Navajo Nation.Read More »
FLAGSTAFF - Navajo lawmakers voted down a measure Dec. 22 that would have increased the Tribal Council from 24 members to 88.Read More »