- The Hopi Tribal Chairman extends Executive Order to August 7, 2021
- The National Weather Service has issued Flash Flood Warnings for the entire Hopi Reservation
- Hopi Reservation declared a Natural Disaster and is in a State of Emergency
- Breaking news: Water has overflown the banks of the Polacca Wash
- Hopi High School will be closed to all visitors until further notice
July 29, 2021 Lolma. The Hopi Times has received a copy of the most recent Executive Order (#012.1-2021) which extends the Declaration of an Emergency Situation and Natural Disaster Area for the Hopi Reservation. Please see the attached document for more information. Kwa’kway.
July 29, 2021 Source: First Mesa Consolidated Villages
July 26, 2021 A consequence of the 2021 monsoon season is recent flooding on the Hopi reservation. Today, the Chairman of the Hopi Tribe declared the Hopi Reservation a Natural Disaster and is in a State of Emergency for the next 7 days.
July 24, 2021 After years of neglect, the Polacca wash has overflown and flooded homes in the south part of Polacca, Arizona. Having grown up in this area, I have not seen the Polacca wash in such poor shape, and homeowners left to clean up the mess. Historically, the Polacca wash has been contained to …
July 22, 2021 Hopi High School website
July 13, 2021 Lolma. The Hopi Tribal Elections Office has provided some updated information for the 2021 election for Chairman and Vice-Chairman. This information includes a flyer with information on the candidates, voter eligibility, polling dates/sites, and other useful information. Please take a few minutes to review the information and ensure you are registered to …
July 7, 2021 Lolma. The candidates for the upcoming Hopi Tribal election have been certified and released. For Chairman Timothy Nuvanygyaoma Andrew Qumyintewa Alfred Lomaquahu, Jr. David Talayummptewa For Vice Chairman Clark Tenakhongva Craig Andrews Source: Hopi Tutuveni, Navajo-Hopi Observer, Associated Press
PHOENIX, Ariz. – Brent Edwin Justin, 32, of Maricopa, Arizona, was sentenced yesterday by U.S. District Judge John J. Tuchito nearly 17 years in prison, followed by five years of supervised release. Justin previously pleaded guilty to Second Degree Murder. On March 1, 2020, Justin shot the victim multiple times on the Gila River Indian …