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WHITERIVER – The White Mountain Apache Tribe (WMAT) announced in a July 22 press release that they were returning to Phase Three of their reop… Read more

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PINETOP-LAKESIDE — For a quarter of a century Mary Ellen Bittorf was president of the White Mountain Audubon Society (WMAS). If someone spoke … Read more

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WHITERIVER — Now that COVID-19 numbers have been dropping, and the White Mountain Apache Tribe (WMAT) is in the Modified Normal Phase of their… Read more

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PINETOP-LAKESIDE – Employees of Arizona Game & Fish, TRACKS members and White Mountain Nature Center enthusiasts gathered in unity at the … Read more

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PINETOP-LAKESIDE — For the second time since 2020, the Citizens for Quality Development filed a petition for a referendum regarding the Town C… Read more

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PINETOP-LAKESIDE – Coming before the town council on June 3 with an update regarding the recent sale of Series 2021B (Taxable) bonds and Serie… Read more

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PINETOP-LAKESIDE — April 15 the Pinetop-Lakeside town council voted unanimously to approve the rezoning of 6.2 acres on Vallery Lane from Rura… Read more

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Youths 12 to 18 can now get vaccinated, another hallmark in the long, deadly struggle to turn back the pandemic. Read more

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WHITERIVER — Policy Unit Coordinator for the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) of the White Mountain Apache Tribe (WMAT), Derrick Leslie, appe… Read more

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WHITERIVER — This week the White Mountain Apache (WMA) Police Department is joining the nation in celebrating National Police Week May 9 – 15.… Read more

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Anyone older than 18 in Navajo County can now make an appointment to get vaccinated for COVID-19, with the risk still “high” but cases continu… Read more

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SHOW LOW — COVID-19 case numbers in Arizona continue to slide down. That goes for numbers of new cases in Apache and Navajo counties and posit… Read more

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WHITERIVER — It was March 12, 2020, when the White Mountain Apache Tribe issued an emergency declaration due to the increase in the spread of … Read more

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Looking east of the White Mountain Apache Tribal Headquarters, across the river, in view, is the mountain where the 'W' will be repainted, mem… Read more

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A rush of new vaccines and the rise of new COVID-19 strains offers both hope and hardship for the effort to contain the pandemic and return to… Read more

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SHOW LOW — Most believe in the next few weeks Congress will enact a federally mandated minimum wage of $15 per hour. This is expected to be li… Read more

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A story published Friday, Jan. 15 titled "Arizona has highest infection rates," stated that Navajo County deaths made up approximately 28% of … Read more

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Jobless rates rose and the economy trembled in January under the impact of the renewed surge in the pandemic — especially in hard-hit Arizona. Read more

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WHITERIVER – Jan. 2 the White Mountain Apache Tribe (WMAT) came out of their 72-hour lockdown, which began on Dec. 30 at 8 p.m. until Jan. 2, … Read more

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PHOENIX — Arizona rose to the top of the list (again) for the highest 7-day case average (per capita) in the country at 8,607.43 on Tuesday. T… Read more

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WHITERIVER – On Sunday, Dec. 27 the White Mountain Apache Tribe (WMAT) entered into Phase One of their Revised Phase Reopening Plan and now, j… Read more

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WHITERIVER — Coming out of curfew at 5 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 27, the White Mountain Apache Tribe entered into Phase One of their Revised Phase … Read more

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Frontline healthcare workers and nursing home residents in Arizona this week start receiving the first doses of a highly effective, safe vacci… Read more

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SHOW LOW — Apache, Navajo and Yavapai counties are the tip of the spear for infection rates and all register in the “red zone” based on Arizon… Read more

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FORT APACHE INDIAN RESERVATION — According to Whiteriver Indian Health Service Clinical Director and Infection Specialist Dr. James McAuley, 5… Read more

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COVID-19 cases in Apache and Navajo counties seem to be holding numbers that reflect double that of October and are steadily rising this month. Read more

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We don’t have to live like this forever, with the masks, social distancing, separation from family and pervasive fear and strain. Read more

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PHOENIX — Forgetting about getting that margarita to go with your take-out order of fajitas, at least for the time being. Read more

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SHOW LOW — Show Low Meals on Wheels board president Steve Beardsley provided an update to the Show Low City Council during its Tuesday, Nov. 3… Read more

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SHOW LOW — On Wednesday, Oct. 21, the Navajo County Public Health Services Department reported the number of positive COVID-19 cases at 6,197.… Read more

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School has resumed and been in session for almost a month. It’s in-class for some districts and online for others. The third model adopted by … Read more

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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO — Most of us have seen the generosity of others during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more