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Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer officially take office


FORT DEFIANCE, Ariz. – Joined by their families and thousands of Diné citizens during an Inauguration Ceremony held on Tuesday, Jonathan Nez officially became the youngest Navajo Nation President as he and new Vice President Myron Lizer were administered the oath of office to assume the Navajo Nation Office of the President and Vice President.

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Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez To Join Udall As Honored Guest For State Of The Union

WASHINGTON — Today, U.S. Senator Tom Udall announced that Jonathan Nez, President of the Navajo Nation, will be Udall’s guest at the 2019 State of the Union Address tonight, Tuesday, February 5,…

24th Navajo Nation Council takes office and elects Council Delegate Seth Damon as Speaker Pro Tem

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – On Tuesday, the 24th Navajo Nation Council took their oath of office at noon during the 2019…

Wounded Golden Eagle found at NAPI



A safety technician, employed by NAPI, found a wounded golden eagle on Tuesday, January 8 at approximately 11:00 a.m.…

116th Congress convenes


WASHINGTON—The 116th Congress are sworn in and a number of measures are adopted including the adoption of rules, the election…

Referendum bill requesting salary adjustments for president and vice president to be considered by President Russell Begaye

WINDOW ROCK – The Navajo Nation Council met in a special session on Friday, and voted 17-3 in support of Legislation No. 0272-18,…

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EPA's motion to dismiss Gold King lawsuit denied - Navajo Times

EPA's motion to dismiss Gold King lawsuit denied  Navajo TimesWINDOW ROCK. The U.S. government's motion to dismiss a $2 billion lawsuit over the 2015 Gold King Mine Spill was denied by a federal judge Feb. 28.

Tribes urge US to ban drilling around sacred New Mexico site - WRAL.com

Tribes urge US to ban drilling around sacred New Mexico site  WRAL.comNative American leaders are banding together to pressure U.S. officials to ban oil and gas exploration around a sacred tribal site that features massive stone ...

Women veterans honored at event in Shiprock - Farmington Daily Times

Women veterans honored at event in Shiprock  Farmington Daily TimesThe event was designed to recognize female veterans and help them learn about resources available from the state and tribe.

Navajo Film Festival finds new home in Shiprock - Farmington Daily Times

Navajo Film Festival finds new home in Shiprock  Farmington Daily TimesThe annual Navajo Film Festival will take place on June 22 at the Phil L. Thomas Performing Arts Center in Shiprock.

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Navajo Nation Supports Acquisition But Not Full Cost Liability  lakepowelllifeA big deadline looming for NGS and the coal mine in Kayenta... The Naabik'íyáti' Committee special meeting today in Window Rock addressing the tribe's ...

Moab Valley Multicultural Center learns Diné | News - Moab Sun News

Moab Valley Multicultural Center learns Diné | News  Moab Sun NewsErnest Lee Sr. is teaching the staff of the Moab Valley Multicultural Center how to speak Diné.

New Report Reveals Scale of Natural Gas Waste on Navajo Nation Lands - Environmental Defense Fund

New Report Reveals Scale of Natural Gas Waste on Navajo Nation Lands  Environmental Defense FundEDF and conservation partners release a report showing methane emission rates on Navajo Nation lands are far higher than the national average.

Report reveals heavy burden of energy waste, methane emissions on Navajo communities - Environmental Defense Fund

Report reveals heavy burden of energy waste, methane emissions on Navajo communities  Environmental Defense FundBy Matt Miccioli, EDF Stanford Schneider Fellow. A recent study of oil and gas methane emissions on the Navajo Nation reveals companies operating on tribal ...

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It's quite the election season already - IndianCountryToday.com  Indian Country Today Media NetworkArizona could decide the control of the U.S. Senate … and the Native American vote is often a critical factor in that state's election outcome #NativeVote20.