In honor of National Police Week, members of the Whiteriver Police Department and other tribal officials and staff participated in a 21-mile walk/run relay on Wednesday in honor of Officer Tenny Gatewood Jr., who was killed in the line of duty in 1999. From the left: Tribal Councilman Arnold… Read more

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I sit on the ridge overlooking the Great Kiva of Chaco Canyon, trying to summon that lost world. Read more

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WHITE MOUNTAINS — While there has been a lot of rain this monsoon season here in northeastern Arizona — nearly 12 inches — we and the entire s… Read more

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WHITE MOUNTAINS — How are fish in White Mountain lakes and streams affected by the Arizona drought? This is a question that our readers have b… Read more

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On June 6, 1944, while Americans attacked Utah and Omaha beaches, our Canadian allies were hitting nearby Juno Beach. Read more

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Recently I attended a meeting about water and irrigation in Arizona. It was informative and educational, but didn't really address my primary … Read more

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Franklin D. Roosevelt said, “Let us never forget that government is ourselves and not an alien power over us. The ultimate rulers of our democ… Read more

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WHITE MOUNTAINS — Five area schools in four districts earned prestigious “A” grades from the Arizona Board of Education’s annual assessment of… Read more

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The Southwest faces “above normal significant wildland fire potential” from now until the predicted start of the monsoon in July, according to the National Weather Service. Read more

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ALPINE — The wildfire burning for the past week in a remote area near the Black River has grown but has not escalated into a dangerous crown f… Read more

A herd of antelope stop to check out the human standing alongside State Route 260 near Sunrise Ski Resort late last week. Despite the high win… Read more

This solitary antelope strayed from the rest of the herd late last week on the north side of State Route 260 in front of Sunrise Ski Resort. D… Read more

Bryant Herrera, area specialist for rural development for the U.S. Department of Agriculture office in Show Low, speaks with retired U.S. mili… Read more

Signs for candidates in Wednesday's White Mountain Apache Tribe elections sprout from the trees in McNary. The election results will determine… Read more

Zig-zagging to the top of a fine spring day, the geometry of the road to the summit of Green’s Peak is contrasted by the soft clouds above. Read more

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SHOW LOW — “We’re worth it,” said Vicki Blessing, a McNary school district teaching assistant who participated in the “#WearRedforEd” march in… Read more

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Mark Vest, the only internal candidate for the position of president of Northland Pioneer College has been selected to replace Jeanne Swarthou… Read more

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There’s already a trade war, and it’s being waged by Beijing. China’s ascension to the World Trade Organization nearly 20 years ago has failed… Read more

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Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate, former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, will be visiting Show Low on April 11. Read more

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Medicare helps to pay for a wide variety of health services, from flu shots to hospital stays, and from preventive health screenings to hospice care. Read more

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