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Kamaka Family Rocks the Ukulele
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The Buzz About Arizona's Newest Casino Resort
The worst-kept gaming secret among Arizona's tiny Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe has been confirmed: There’s a new destination, resort-style casino on the drawing boards...
Tohono O’Odham Party Time: Celebrating Three Decades of Gaming and Progress
The month of April is officially party time among the 28,000 members of the Tohono O’odham Nation scattered across some 4,500 square miles of reservation land in Southern Arizona...
Arizona Republican Senator Calls for 'Yearlong Dialogue on Water' in Conjunction With Tribes
From indigenous leaders in Canada to U.S. politicians, the call is on for attention to water and our use of it...
Arizona Mission Church Members Open 85-Year-Old Time Capsule
We’re dealing with a time capsule here, so some time travel is required...
Gays, Redskins & MLK: The U.S. Is Still Raising Arizona
Arizona is at it again, and “it” goes back to when Arizona was a territory rather than a state....
Arizona Pow Wow Brings Teens, Adults Together for Season’s First Dance
Diego James Robles
Dancers and spectators set foot inside the Northern Arizona Academy Gym in the small dusty town of Winslow, Arizona, on Saturday, January 25, to finally have their first dance of t...
Video: Riding the Rez, 'Canyon Searching'
Shonie De La Rosa
This edition of “Riding the Rez” follows the Kayenta, Arizona, Search and Rescue Team as we train for “canyon searching.” We started off just outside of a place called Copper Canyo...
Native Writers and Audiences Come Together at Indigenous Reading Series
Bill Wetzel, Blackfeet, is trying to do something he doesn’t think has been done before...
Native History: Blizzard Devastates Navajo and Hopi Nations
This Date in Native History: On December 14, 1967, a blizzard hit the Navajo and Hopi Nations, covering the ground with as much as seven feet of snow, trapping residents in their h...
Desecration of Amity Pueblo Stonewalled by Government Agencies
Almost a year ago to the day, the Phoenix New Times reported on large-scale site disturbances at Amity Pueblo , a long-abandoned Native American settlement located in the eastern A...
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