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By Alysa Landry, The Daily Times, Farmington, N.M. Jul. 17--SHIPROCK -- Cultural sensitivity and a focus on academics rank high on the list of characteristics parents and staff from Central Consolidated School District want to see in the next superintendent.
Uranium miners, millers and ore transporters - or their survivors - can learn if they are eligible for medical benefits and compensation at a just-announced meeting to be held Tuesday.
PAGE, Ariz. -- The search continues for a man believed to have drowned near Lake Powell. The National Park Service said Thursday that they are searching an area near Piute Farms within the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area for Benjamin Saltwater, 23, of Kayenta, Ariz.
By Troy Espe, The Leader-Telegram, Eau Claire, Wis. Jul. 3--Aclassically trained trumpet player, R. Carlos Nakai was involved in a car crash in 1970 while serving in the Navy. The early morning wreck smashed his face and damaged his mouth, jeopardizing his ability to play the trumpet.
By Andrea Schoellkopf Journal Staff Writer The children getting off buses and running through the playgrounds of Edward Gonzales Elementary today aren't a mirage. Six weeks before the official first day of school, classes are resuming early for more than 3,500 students in 25 Albuquerque schools.
By Bill Coates A major California utility plans to cut the switch on its share of electricity from a large coal-fired power plant in northern Arizona, citing a need to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions.
By Geoffrey Fattah Deseret News A federal judge has given the managers of a Navajo nonprofit organization 10 days to hand over financial documents to the state of Utah or face contempt. During a hearing Monday, U.S.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. and SHOW LOW, Ariz., Nov. 23 /PRN
GANADO, Ariz., Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Sage Memorial Hospital announced today that it expects its profitability to be near breakeven for FY2007.
By JENNIFER DOBNER SALT LAKE CITY - For nine years, the question has echoed across the high desert of southeastern Utah, hard against the corner where four states meet.
- Stoppage; cessation (of labor).
- A standing still or idling (of mills, factories, etc.).