Loretta Yerian

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Editor recognized by AP News for coverage of Native American issues

Katherine Locke has had a busy six years.

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Animal rights groups, Arizona hunters at odds over wildlife hunting contests

Is calling an animal and killing it in a contest a method of hunting and way to help manage coyote populations, or is it a blood sport and ruthless means to slaughter a wild animal?

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Federal employees face uncertainty as government shutdown drags on

Federal emplyees have not received a paycheck in over a month, including national park employees on the South Rim at Grand Canyon National Park, and this, along with the growing impacts to the park, is starting to weigh on many employees.

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New Navajo Nation President sworn in, promises change, unity across Navajo Nation

Jonathan Nez, the newest and youngest Navajo Nation president, promised change and hope for his people during his inauguration Jan. 15 at Fort Defiance, Arizona.

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Grand Canyon rings in 2019 at Phantom Ranch with scorpion drop

For an entire year, a stuffed scorpion measuring about a foot in length sat on a shelf in the ranger station.

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Williams Young Life builds relationships

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — For nearly two decades, the Williams Young Life has been part of the Williams community.

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New officers selected for Williams Fire

Williams Volunteer Fire Department selected a new fire chief and assistant chief during its Dec. 5 meeting.

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H.A. Clark Memorial Airport on track with fixed-base operator

Airport now offering jet fuel services, hanger rentals and more

Since the city selected a fixed-base operator (FBO) to manage H.A. Clark Memorial Field in April, the airport has seen an increase in traffic, including jet airplanes, and is now offering a courtesy car to customers and has had more long-term rental of the airport’s T-hangers.

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U.S. Marine Corps delivers Christmas cheer, gifts and more to Havasupai Reservation

Anya Uqualla, a young Supai mother holds her 2-month-old infant in her arms as she sits on a bench in the village square watching three U.S. Marines and several volunteers make final arrangements for Santa Claus, who will be arriving by helicopter later that morning.

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Williams Transfer Station: Recycle changes in the future?

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Following a ban on certain plastics by China earlier this year, there has been uncertainty on if or how recycle in Williams will be affected.

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