Friday Jul 18
The Fresno Bee
Pinedale History project to honor Ambassador Phillip V. Sanchez on his 85th birthday
The son of Mexican migrant workers, Sanchez grew up in Pinedale and ascended to become the first Hispanic-American to serve in a presidential administration, as director of the U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity, from 1971 to 1973.
Three areas temporarily closed on the Sitgreaves National Forest as of today
SPRINGERVILLE In order to protect public health and safety due to increased fire danger, temporary closures of three areas on the Sitgreaves National Forest were implemented at 8 a.m. today.
Deanna Dawn Hancock, 72, peacefully entered eternal rest on Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014, surrounded by family in Show Low.
Foster-home leader accused of molestation
A minister who operates a Christian foster home in Arizona for low-income Native American girls has been indicted on charges that he molested two Apache children during stays at his residence.
Navaho Hopi Observer
Navajo Department Of Transportation fights flooding on Navajo Nation
Photo/Rick Abasta Monsoon rains hit the Rock Point Chapter especially hard. Flood waters rise on both sides of U.S. Route 191 in mid-September.