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Protesters march against Snowbowl, snowmaking

Just the day before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a vehement group against the expansion of Arizona Snowbowl and snowmaking on Dook’o’ooslííd, marched across downtown Flagstaff, urging the city council to end the city’s contract with the ski resort.

News

Flu ‘is everywhere,’ say doctors

Influenza is “in lots of places” right now and it is peaking across the United States, said Dr. Daniel B. Jernigan.

Community

Protecting the mountain

Despite losses in court, demonstrators oppose development on Dook’o’oosłííd

People

Crotty, advocate for the underdog, rises to Person of the Year

The Navajo Times names Amber Kanazbah Crotty as the 2017 Person of the Year, a title of acknowledgement for the person who embodies what was important about the year – for better or for worse.

Life

2017 in Review: ‘This is the future’

Elder’s vision comes true with Kayenta Solar Facility

Culture

Sharing indigenous culture

Maintaining and renewing Indigenous cultures begins with one, said Evelyn M. Begay. “It begins with individuals,” explained Begay, a traditional clothing designer from Sanders, Arizona. “Whatever tribe you belong to, you have to have that true self-identity about who you are.”

News

Trump drastically shrinks Bear Ears monument

President Donald Trump on Monday reduced the size of two national monuments in Utah by some two million acres, marking the largest ever withdrawal of federally protected lands in the U.S.

News

Tribes, host of groups, file suit against Trump’s action

Hours after President Donald Trump signed orders that significantly reduced the size of Utah’s Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments, five tribes and 10 conservation and environmental groups filed lawsuits in federal court, alleging the president’s order exceeds his authority under the U.S. Constitution and the Antiquities Act.

Basketball

College players get to strut their stuff for hometown crowd

It is their families that motivate Diné collegiate basketball players Tate Tsingine and Chelena Betoney to stay at the highest level.

People

‘Little words’ before he left

Coalmine Canyon honors memory of U.S. Army soldier Ned Lee