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Wallace Youvella Jr., resigned as an Arizona Interscholastic Association Executive Board member and as Keams Canyon Hopi High athletic director following his July 19 arrest for drunken driving in the Prescott area. Hopi AD Wallace Youvella Jr. resigns after DUI arrest Wallace Youvella Jr., resigned as an Arizona Interscholastic Association Executive Board member and as Keams Canyon Hopi High athletic director following his July 19 arrest for drunken driving in the Prescott area. Comment?
Farrell James Ami, 73, passed away at 8:36 a.m. on Monday, July 20, 2015, at the Phoenix VA Hospital after a brief illness, which included three major surgeries in less than four weeks. His burial and family gathering was held July 26 on the Hopi Reservation, with burial in Polacca Cemetery and the family gathering at the home of his sister Sonia Poocha in Keams Canyon. Comment?
KUYI Hopi Radio staff and volunteers stand outside the station located in Keams Canyon, Arizona. From left: Bruce Talawyma, Station Manager Richard Davis, Romalita Laban, Trina Kagenveama, Emil Batala, Thomas Humeyestewa and Tim Nuvangyaoma. Comment?
... of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), owns and operates the system serving the fifth community, Keams Canyon. The Hopi Tribe filed a complaint against the United States in the Court of Federal Claims seeking damages to cover the cost of ... Comment?
Navajo-Hopi Observer KEAMS CANYON, Ariz. - The Arizona Department of Transportation is widening State Route 264 from milepost 402 to 403 in Navajo County in front of the Keams Canyon Trading Post as part of a highway improvement project starting April 6. The project includes widening a section of highway in front of the Keams Canyon Trading Post, extending culvert pipes, relocating a waterline, installing new guardrail and overlaying the roadway with new asphalt. Comment?
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