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Naabik’iyátí’ Committee supports funding request to help Native American students at Northern Arizona University

WINDOW ROCK– Last Thursday, the Naabik’iyátí’ Committee issued a “do pass” recommendation for Legislation No. 0224-18, approving a grant using supplemental funding from the…

The Federal Trade Commission files a Complaint against Tates Auto in U.S. District Court of Arizona.

St. Michaels, Ariz. –The Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission ("Commission"), through its public hearings and written complaints filed by elderly Navajo…

NHA Board of Commissioners hire new CEO, Craig Dougall

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – Today the Navajo Housing Authority (NHA), announced that its Board of Commissioners have selected and appointed Mr. Craig…

Navajo Technical University to host the first of the 2018 Navajo Nation presidential forums

CROWNPOINT, NM – On Monday, June 18, at 5:45 PM, eighteen candidates will convene in Crownpoint for the first Navajo…

Delegate Davis Filfred accepts award for Bears Ears advocacy

DENVER, Colo. – During the annual Conservation Colorado’s “Rebel With A Cause” Fundraising Gala last week, the organization bestowed two awards to honorees…

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Local communities to benefit from the new Lok’aah Ni Teel Shopping Center

GANADO, Ariz. –On Wednesday, members of the 23rdNavajo Nation Council had the honor of joining local residents as the community of Ganado celebrated the grand opening of the Lok’aah Ni Teel Shopping Center located at Burnside Junction, which is approximately 40-miles west of Window Rock, Arizona. The new 35,000 square-foot building currently houses a Lowe’s Shop N’ Save, Pizza Edge, ACE Hardware, ...

Law and Order Committee welcomes 12 new Navajo police officers

CHINLE, Ariz.– On Friday, Council Delegate Edmund Yazzie (Churchrock, Iyanbito, Mariano Lake, Pinedale, Smith Lake, Thoreau) and Council Delegate Raymond Smith, Jr. (Houck, Klagetoh, Nahata Dziil, Tsé Si áni, Wide Ruins) had the honor of attending the graduation ceremony for the 52nd Navajo Police Training Academy, to show support for 12 new Navajo police officers as they took the law enforcement ...
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Coal's decline in power production hits Navajo Nation hard - Albuquerque Journal

Coal's decline in power production hits Navajo Nation hardAlbuquerque JournalKing Coal has ruled for decades as the Navajo Nation's economic mainstay, but with the industry in frank decline, t...

Sacred Navajo symbols often confused for swastikas - The Durango Herald

The Durango HeraldSacred Navajo symbols often confused for swastikasThe Durango HeraldThey're sacred Navajo emblems that predate World War II known as the “whirling log,” “falling log,” or “swirli...

Tribally owned solar power plant beats skeptics, odds on Navajo ... - Arizona Daily Sun

Arizona Daily SunTribally owned solar power plant beats skeptics, odds on Navajo ...Arizona Daily SunWASHINGTON – Deenise Becenti remembers watching this summer as a woman in the Navajo Nation who had...

Sacred Navajo Symbols on Art Often Confused for Swastikas ... - U.S. News & World...

Lexington Herald LeaderSacred Navajo Symbols on Art Often Confused for Swastikas ...U.S. News & World ReportDENVER (AP) — The rug had several columns, with bright red squares down the center and a few...