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Emergency Alert: SR 264 closed east of Tuba City

Damage to SR 264, closed east of Tuba City, AZ. (Courtesy Photo) September 12th/ Tuba City, AZ- The Tuba City Public Schools, Tuba City Boarding School and Tonalea Schools are confirmed to be closed. Greyhills High School released the students at noon.   State Route 264 is closed east of Tuba City (milepost 324), according to the Arizona Department More...

by Sam Tsosie Reporter/Photo Journalist | Published 4 days ago
By Sam Tsosie Reporter/Photo Journalist On Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

One Day; One Fair: The 2012 Navajo Nation Fair

  Leandra Thomas of Steamboat,AZ, is crowned Miss Navajo Nation 2012-2013. Leandra is Naakai Dine’é (Mexican People Clan), born for Tsi’naajinii (Black Streak Wood People Clan). Outgoing Miss Navajo Nation, More...

By Sam Tsosie Reporter/Photo Journalist On Thursday, August 9th, 2012
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91st Annual Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial kicks off with a free preview night

Nanabah Aragon (Dine/Navajo), holds a Navajo rug weaving demonstration at the Red Rock State Park exhibition hall. Nanabah was part of the opening festivities kicking off the 91st Annual Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial, More...

By Editor On Saturday, May 5th, 2012

Cyclist gets rescued after getting lost in Northern Arizona rugged terrain

By: NP Staff | The Navajo Post | May 5. On April 30, the day turned daunting for one cyclist, when Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office dispatchers received an urgent 911 call from a bicyclist who was lost in an area More...

By Editor On Thursday, March 1st, 2012

Lake Tahoe, the home of the Washoe

Weekly Edition | March 1, 2012 | By: Editor The Navajo Post will be featuring some of the most beautiful majestic Tribes in the U.S. Lake front property East side of Lake Tahoe, NV.-Navajo Post Lake Tahoe, the is More...

By Sam Tsosie Reporter/Photo Journalist On Friday, February 10th, 2012

Sharing the Dream, two Navajo elementary students to travel to Canada

Johana Castillo, 5th grader at Indian Elementary School and future international traveler. (thenavajopost/Sam Tsosie) Indian Hills Elementary, in Gallup, NM, was one of 25 elementary schools throughout the US to More...

By Sam Tsosie Reporter/Photo Journalist On Thursday, January 19th, 2012

Northern Edge Casino Opens in Fruitland, NM

86,000 square foot casino opens in Fruitland, NM.  This is the third Navajo-operated casino to open within the Navajo Nation.  One more casino, Twin Arrows, is expected to open in early 2013, near Flagstaff, More...

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