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Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Navajo Hopi Honor Riders: honor and respect on two wheels
The Navajo Hopi Honor Riders leave the Piestewa House May 18. The group honors Native Americans serving in the military or killed in the line of duty.  Ryan Williams/NHO
The Navajo Hopi Honor Riders leave the Piestewa House May 18. The group honors Native Americans serving in the military or killed in the line of duty. Ryan Williams/NHO
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - It was still dark outside with the early morning light barely breaking the nighttime sky. The only sound is a lone motorcycle, which is soon joined by others, rumbling from up the driveway of the Piestewa's family home.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016
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• Navajo Nation to distribute development money to four Bennett Freeze area chapters
• Hopi Tribe: Flagstaff leadership 'erratic and unreliable'
• Youth Council in Flagstaff recruiting Native American youth
• Former Navajo Council delegate Mel Begay sentenced to three years for fraud
• Arizona official urges Senate to close gaps in tribal criminal law
• State faces typical wildfire season; West Coast could have harsh year
• Kayenta Health Center and Alternative Rural Hospital opens

Opinions
Editorials | Letters | Columns


• Guest column: Find the uniqueness in you
• Letter to the editor: Why doesn't the Navajo Nation offer a health plan option?
• Letter to the editor: Tuba City Governing Board members behaving unprofessionally
• Letter to the editor: Media irresponsible in coverage of death and kidnapping of Ashlynne Mike
• Letter to the editor: Kayenta mine will be reclaimed in accordance with law
• Guest column: Recognize symptoms, know your risk and prevent stroke
• Guest column: Despite bankruptcy, Peabody Coal should be made to pay Hopi for restoring integrity to Hopi lands and waters and cultural resources

Sports
Local | Regional


• Page finds 5-2 win against Winslow Bulldogs April 26
• Winslow Lady Bulldogs Top Mingus and Deer Valley
• Winslow Bulldogs best Snowflake 4-3
• Lady Bulldogs top Paradise Valley, lose to Greenway
• Bulldogs beat Mingus and Chino
• Winslow Lady Bulldogs lose games to Cactus and Flagstaff, 13-7 on season
• Winslow Bulldogs shut down Younger 8-0

Education


• Tuba City High celebrates 2016 National Honor Society members
• Tuba City High names 2016 valedictorian and salutatorian
• Construction for new K-5 school underway in Tuba City
• Hopi School Board: no contracts for high school principal and vice principal
• Begaye: teaching Navajo language is key to reinforcing foundations of Hózhó and Ké
• Hopi media students travel to Los Angeles for journalism conference
• Hopi School Board approves contracts, hears complaints about special ed department

Winslow News


• Winslow High School's Class of 2016
• Tyler Long to attend GEAR Up leadership conference
• Seth Dick accepted into Native science and engineering program
• Old Trails Museum History Highlight May 14
• Winslow celebrates Cinco de Mayo
• Winslow students partner with McDonald's to recycle
• Randy Barton creates sign art for Medicine Room

Features
Quick Reads


• Tuba City School District recognizes employees for service
• Quick Reads: week of May 25
• Tuba City community members run to remember Ashlynne Mike
• Flagstaff man named Head Young Man Dancer at Gathering of Nations
• Tuba City Primary student wins big at the Arizona science state competition
• Quick Reads: week of May 4
• Navajo Nation Council honors top spelling bee participants on council floor

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