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FLAGSTAFF — Arizona tribal members say they're shocked by a television sitcom that made fun of one of the most pervasive social ills on American Indian reservations — alcoholism.
Get a glimpse at the traditions and cultures of the Native American nations that span the Southwest during the 11th season of Native Trails.
Christmas may be over, but Holidays at the Heard are still going strong.
Three of the four cross country individual state champions on Saturday in Division III and IV came from East Valley schools.
State qualifying: Teams that finish in the top half of their sectional among scoring teams (or any individual from a non-qualifying team that places in the top 25) advance to the state meet. If there is an odd amount of teams, the number is rounded up. Example: If there are 15 teams, 8 teams advance.
Second Mesa • A road trip to the Four Corners region of the Southwest offers a window into Native American culture, from ruins older than any other man-made structure in the U.S., to glimpses of contemporary life amid the Navajo and Hopi.
Students were awarded $10,000 recently as part of Arizona Fire Service Educational Award. The Greenspan Co./Adjusters International created and sponsored the award to say “thank you” to the service. Chandler’s Brittany Kominska won the $7,500 grand prize.
There is no questioning of Desert Vista’s status in the cross country circles of Arizona.
WASHINGTON – The decades of compacts, laws, contracts and regulatory guidelines that are supposed to manage bordering states’ use of the Colorado River have come to be known collectively as the “Law of the River.”
What do you know about the Grand Canyon?
More than 700 of the nation’s best American Indian artists invite you to share in their culture at the 54th annual Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market.
Looking to take a trip to Grand Canyon National Park this month?
Saying what was taken from its lands belongs to it, the nation's largest Native American tribe wants to force the National Park Service to return and rebury the human remains exhumed in prior years from Canyon de Chelly.
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Four Charles Loloma, a Hopi Native American, designed bolo ties, at left, along with many others on display at the new bolo ties exhibit Native American Bolo Ties: Vintage and Contemporary Artistry, at the Heard Museum, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011, in Phoenix. The bolo ties included in the exhibit comes from the Heard's permanent collection of more than 170 bolo ties and from the promised gift of Chicago collector Sandfield, consisting of over 1,000 bolo ties, scarf slides and ephemera, many of which are in the display.
Native American singers, dancers and flute players representing Navajo, Cree, Apache, Hopi and other indigenous nations of the U.S. and Canada perform at this celebration featuring Mesa's World Champion Hoop dancer Tony Duncan (pictured). It's co-presented by esteemed Native American music label Canyon Records, based in the Valley.
DETAILS >> 7:30 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday. Mesa Arts Center, 1 E. Main St. $25. (480) 644-6500 or www.mesaartscenter.com.