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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.

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

The auditor general’s office is seeking legislative approval to enforce sanctions on some workers within the Division of Economic Development for failure to comply with recommendations the office made to correct problems with the division’s purchasing-card operation.

The big concern is water, said Robyn Jackson during an oil drill site visit she organized on Jan. 11. In the Red Valley area and throughout Buffalo Pass, there is oil and gas being extracted.

After talking about it for more then 30 years, mostly in a negative way, the Navajo Tribal Council will finally have a discussion later this month on a constitution that has been drawn up by the tribe’s chairman, Raymond Nakai.

The Navajo Birth Cohort Study, which was about to wrap up this year, was awarded a $4.4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, which will not only extend the study another five years but considerably broaden its scope.

6-year-old begins second bout against rare cancer

Mom of 4 says she’s being unfairly evicted from NHA home

It’s been more than 32 months since Ruby Gatling filed a lawsuit in federal court asking for damages in connection with injuries she received while incarcerated in the Window Rock jail.

The Bureau of Indian Affairs reported that two boys who ran away from the Crownpoint Boarding School had died after they tried to walk to their homes some 50 miles away.