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  • Simone Jackson Presents at Society for Freshwater Science Meeting

    Milwaukee, Wisconsin- On May 21st, recent University of Utah graduate, Simone Jackson, and Steven Hall presented on "Patterns in nitrogen stable isotope ratios in moss, algae, and riparian plants along montane to urban stream gradients."

    Photo Credit: Loretta Jackson-Kelly

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  • Walapai Market Opens 76 Fuel Station

    The second phase of the grocery store remodel, which provides a gas station in Peach Springs to serve the community and travelers on Route 66, was approved by Council last summer. The new 76 fuel station opened on May 18th at 10:00am. The fuel station is located at the northwest corner of Diamond Creek Road and Route 66, behind the Walapai Market/Planning Office.

    Photo and Information Credit: Kevin Davidson, Planning Department

  • Carmella Annie Fuentes Crowned Miss Hualapai 2015

    May 15, 2015- Earlier today, Kingman High School Senior Carmella Annie Fuentes was crowned Miss Hualapai 2015 by Hualapai Vice-Chairman Philbert Watahomigie, Sr., in the Hualapai Tribal Chambers .

    Photo Credit: Ava Lynn

  • Need Money For College?

    The Phoenix Indian Center is now accepting applications for the Freeport-McMoran Copper and Gold Foundation Scholarships for Fall 2015 - Spring 2016!

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  • Hualapai Transit Study

    The Hualapai Indian Tribe, through the Planning Department, has started work on a transit feasibility study to design a transit system to serve the Community. The study began in early April and will be completed in November, 2015. The study will result in a plan for tribal transit services for the Hualapai Community.

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  • The Mu Gwawa Newsletter Now Available on the Tribe's Website

    April 3, 2015- You may have seen the Grand Canyon Resort Corporation‘s tourism newsletter called the “Mu Gwawa” at the Hualapai Lodge, at the Hualapai Ranch Cabins at the Grand Canyon West, or at the Kingman Visitor Center.



The Hualapai Tribe is a federally recognized Indian Tribe located in northwestern Arizona. “Hualapai” (pronounced Wal-lah-pie) means “People of the Tall Pines.” In 1883, an executive order established the Hualapai reservation. Learn more about us by exploring our website.

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P.O. Box 179
941 Hualapai Way
Peach Springs, Arizona 86434
Phone: 928.769.2216
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