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Navajo Nation sues EPA over Gold King Mine spill
The Animas River runs yellow with toxin-tainted wastewater in August after a spill from the abandoned Gold King Mine near Silverton, Colorado. Photo/Colorado Parks and Wildlife Department via Reuters
The Animas River runs yellow with toxin-tainted wastewater in August after a spill from the abandoned Gold King Mine near Silverton, Colorado. Photo/Colorado Parks and Wildlife Department via Reuters
SHIPROCK, N.M. - The Navajo Nation announced Aug. 17 its intention to sue the Environmental Protection Agency for its misconduct and role in causing the Gold King Mine spill Aug. 5, 2015, which impacted Navajo farmers.

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• Guest column: 16th annual Pepsi-Cola Taylor House Century Ride July 16
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• Winslow Bulldogs open season at Monument Valley Aug. 26
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• Arizona Diamondbacks put on Native American Recognition Day

Education


• CORE Construction pours concrete slab for new Tuba City school Aug. 18
• Hopi High graduate to study communication at Fort Lewis College
• Hopi Jr./Sr. High School administration and faculty work toward change
• Construction continues at Tuba City elementary school
• Tuba City teachers attend Advanced Placement conference highlighting critical thinking skills, technology and teaching strategies
• Tuba City High School athletes shine in athletics and education
• Hopi High School class of 2016 celebrates at Bruin Stadium

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• Suvoyuki Day at Homolovi State Park Winslow Aug. 6
• Winslow officer not charged in shooting incident
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