Tel: 928-734-3282 / Fax: 928-734-0734
EDITORIAL BOARD: STAFF:
Belma Navakuku Louella Nahsonhoya, Director/Managing Editor
Jeanette Honanie Crystal Dee, Reporter
Stan Bindell Cindi Polingyumptewa, Secretary
David Lee, Intern
Welcome to the homepage of the Hopi Tutuveni,
the Official Newspaper of the Hopi Tribe
As a tribal newspaper, the roots of the Tutuveni extend back to the 70s and possibly even further. Through the decades, the newspaper has become a viable source of information within the Hopi community. The newspaper has also undergone changes in name, staff and format as it’s progressed through the years.
Currently, the Hopi Tutuveni is circulated throughout every village and across the Hopi Reservation from Moenkopi to the eastern reaches of Keams Canyon. Our operation is based in the Village of Kykotsmovi within the tribal government complex. We are published twice monthly on the first and third Tuesdays of the month. Our circulation is 5,000.
After a brief closure, the Hopi Tutuveni was re-established by a Hopi Tribal Council resolution and brought back into circulation in May 2012. Our staff consists of Louella Nahsonhoya, Director/Managing Editor; Crystal Dee, Reporter; and Cindi Polingyumptewa, Secretary.
Our goal is to provide coverage of news and events happening here on the Hopi Reservation and also in the outside communities where news events affect the livelihood of the Hopi people. Please contact us with any news ideas, tidbits or issues that face your village or community. We are open to ideas and coverage and depend on the feedback and will of the Hopi people to be successful.
- Hopi Tribe Department of Natural Resources Completes Annual Livestock Inventory on Hopi Partitioned Lands (HPL)