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Filed Under: Environment
Native Sun News: Hopi woman brings solar power to the people (10/09)
Deb Tewa, a member of the Hopi tribe of Arizona, is one of few women who install solar energy systems

Filed Under: Business | Environment | National
NPR: Grand Canyon developer says plan won't harm sacred sites (08/05)
NPR reports on a controversial Navajo Nation tourism project at the bottom of Grand Canyon National Park.

Filed Under: Health | National
Tribes participate in 400-mile journey from Colorado to Arizona (07/31)
The Running in Beauty for a Stronger and Healthier Navajo Nation takes runners through tribal lands in Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Environment
Review: 'Unreal City' exploits coal from Hopi and Navajo tribes (07/29)
A favorable review of Unreal City, a book about coal mining on the Hopi and Navajo reservations.

Filed Under: Education
ASU News: First graduates of Indian studies master's program (07/25)
The first graduate of Arizona State University's American Indian Studies master’s program is Lorena Yaiva, who is Hopi and Havasupai.

Filed Under: Opinion | World
Opinion: Auction of tribal property in France sets bad precedent (07/25)
Attorney Pierre Ciric denounces the sale of Hopi, Zuni, Pueblo and Navajo property at various auction houses in France.

Filed Under: Opinion
Vernon Masayesva: Coal-fired power plant harms Hopi people (07/14)
Vernon Masayesva, the founder of the Black Mesa Trust, questions a settlement that allows a coal-fired power plant to keep operating.

Filed Under: Environment
Blog: Hopi Tribe and Navajo Nation turns to renewable energy (07/02)
The Hopi Tribe and the Navajo Nation are harnessing solar and wind power.

Filed Under: National | World
Auction house in France goes ahead with sale of tribal property (06/30)
The U.S. Embassy said tribal representatives should have been allowed to look at the items prior to their sale.

Filed Under: Opinion
Editorial: Diane Humetewa makes history books as federal judge (05/21)
Hopi woman is the first Native women to serve in the federal judiciary.

Filed Under: National
Navajo Hopi Honor Riders on annual journey to Washington DC (05/20)
The riders left Arizona on Sunday and were welcomed to Oklahoma by the Iowa Tribe on Monday.

Filed Under: Law | National | Politics
Senate confirms Diane Humetewa as a federal judge in Arizona (05/15)
Diane Humetewa is the first Native woman in the federal judiciary.

Filed Under: Law | National | Politics
Senate to vote on Diane Humetewa as federal judge in Arizona (05/14)
The Senate is set to vote today on the nomination of Diane Humetewa to serve as a federal judge in Arizona.

Filed Under: Opinion
Peter d'Errico: Nature needs to speak with an indigenous voice (05/05)
Peter d'Errico recalls how the Hopi Tribe has been warning the world about environmental and economic calamities for decades.

Filed Under: Politics
Navajo lawmaker Joshua Lavar Butler announces run in Arizona (04/29)
Navajo Nation Council delegate Joshua Lavar Butler announced his campaign for the Arizona Legislature.

Filed Under: Law
Former chairman of Hopi Tribe denies theft of item from museum (03/27)
The former chairman of the Hopi Tribe of Arizona denies stealing a bronze bust of his grandfather from a museum on the reservation

Filed Under: National | Technology
Tristan Ahtone: Radio plays a key role in many tribal communities (03/03)
Reporting for Al Jazeera America, Tristan Ahtone looks at the role played by radio stations across Indian Country.

Filed Under: Law | National | Politics
Senate committee advances Diane Humetewa as federal judge (02/27)
The Senate Judiciary Committee this morning approved the nomination of Diane Humetewa to serve as a federal judge in Arizona.

Filed Under: Business
Hopi Tribe weighs economic development plans for highway land (02/26)
The Hopi Tribe of Arizona is considering economic development options for land it owns near a major interstate.

Filed Under: Law | National | World
Sacred property being returned to tribes in Arizona after auction (02/20)
Two dozen sacred items are being returned to three tribes in Arizona after they were put up for sale in a controversial auction in France.

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