Tuba City Archives

Are You Fueling or Poisoning Your Body?


In today’s culture of skinny jeans and pencil skirts, the choice of diet meals and drinks can appear to be an alluring solution to achieving body image expectation. Snacks, drinks, and meals line grocery store shelves labeled as “sugar-free” and “low calorie.” Sounds like a simple choice, right?  After all, processed sugar isn’t recommended by… Read More →

Arizona Students Awarded United Health Scholarships

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Six Arizona students have been awarded a scholarship from United Health Foundation’s Diverse Scholars Initiative to pursue a career in health care. The students  joined future health leaders from across the country in Washington, D.C. for the United Health Foundation’s Fifth Annual Diverse Scholars Forum. Kaitlyn Benally of Tuba City is a sophomore at Northern… Read More →

10 Top Discoveries In Arizona

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10 Top Discoveries in Arizona There are many mysteries about Arizona. Before it was officially established as the 48th state in 1912, and far before colonization, there was life here. Archaeologists and investigators have been discovering ancient life and civilizations across the state, telling stories about the land before it became what it is today… Read More →

Most Challenging Project 2010


Moenkopi Legacy Inn & Suites Moenkopi Legacy Inn is the first hotel constructed on Hopi tribal land in 50 years. The architecture was a fine balance of modern construction technologies and products used, with local construction materials and methods that have been handed down through the Hopi people for many generations. The construction team faced… Read More →