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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…

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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,…

Law and Order Committee supports proposed referendum to increase president’s salary

SHIPROCK, N.M. – On Monday, the Law and Order Committee considered Legislation No. 0272-18, seeking to approve and authorize an election…

Navajo Nation Council recognizes the accomplishments of outgoing BIA Navajo Regional Director Sharon Pinto

WINDOW ROCK– The 23rdNavajo Nation Council on Thursday gathered at the Navajo Nation Council Chamber in Window Rock to honor and…

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…

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Boys thrive with school's hands-on learning - Navajo Times

Navajo TimesBoys thrive with school's hands-on learningNavajo TimesA group of young men and boys were outside of the Dzil Ditl'ooí School of Empowerment, Action and Perseverance helping keep the fire going for the school's Navajo New Year celebration last Thursday. Some of them had been at the school since before the ...

'Warrior' draws attention at tribal fairs - Navajo Times

Navajo Times'Warrior' draws attention at tribal fairsNavajo TimesSheldon Begay is a Navajo warrior and he is creating what could be best described as mass hysteria wherever he appears on the Navajo Reservation. Begay is the Warrior mascot first created almost 50 years ago by officials at then Navajo Community ...

50 Years Ago: One family succeeds at life in Chicago - Navajo Times

50 Years Ago: One family succeeds at life in ChicagoNavajo TimesOver the past decade, thousands of Navajo families have left the reservation in order to get education or find a job and, except for their families, most Navajos never hear about them again. That's especially true for those who read the Navajo Times ...

PHOTOS: Navajo Nation Presidential candidates face off in Crownpoint - Farmington Daily Times

Farmington Daily TimesPHOTOS: Navajo Nation Presidential candidates face off in CrownpointFarmington Daily Times1 of 9. Autoplay. Show Thumbnails. Show Captions. Last SlideNext Slide. None. Navajo Nation presidential candidates Jonathan Nez, left, and Joe Shirley Jr. participate in a debate Tuesday at Navajo Technical University's Wellness Center in Crownpoint.

Nez, Shirley square off in first Navajo Nation presidential debate - Farmington Daily Times

Farmington Daily TimesNez, Shirley square off in first Navajo Nation presidential debateFarmington Daily TimesCROWNPOINT — Jonathan Nez and Joe Shirley Jr. responded to questions that centered on various topics during the first debate of the Navajo Nation presidential race here on Tuesday evening. The debate at Navajo Technical University came a week after ...Supporting Navajo 4H KidsThe Navajo Postall 3 news articles »

The Navajo Nation Is Reclaiming Its Native Food Culture - Eater

EaterThe Navajo Nation Is Reclaiming Its Native Food CultureEaterIn the middle of the Arizona desert, within the 27,000-square-mile Navajo Nation, sits a half-acre garden oasis, bustling with fresh-grown veggies and flowers. Planted in 2016 as part of Coffee Pot Farms in partnership with the local Teesto Chapter ...

Navajo Democrat Could Shift Political Balance In Bears Ears County - Wyoming Public Media

Wyoming Public MediaNavajo Democrat Could Shift Political Balance In Bears Ears CountyWyoming Public MediaOn a recent Sunday evening around dusk, Willie Grayeyes stood on a sagebrush and juniper-studded mesa, scanning the southeast Utah landscape. It was a place the Navajo Democrat's family had lived for generations and where he's hoping to be part of a ...

Language app adds Navajo courses - Bradenton Herald

Language app adds Navajo coursesBradenton HeraldA popular language-learning app is adding Navajo to its portfolio. KOB-TV reports that Duolingo has begun offering Navajo, or Dine (dih-NEH'), as a language option for learning on the mobile app. Clayton Long, who is the head of the bilingual education ...and more »

Scottsdale school board meets to discuss future of Navajo Elementary School - FOX 10 News Phoenix

FOX 10 News PhoenixScottsdale school board meets to discuss future of Navajo Elementary SchoolFOX 10 News PhoenixSCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (KSAZ) -- The Scottsdale Unified School District is trying to figure out the future of Navajo Elementary School. The school was forced to close, after a fire in August caused serious damage. 300 students had to be relocated. During ...SUSD board votes to repair Navajo ElementaryAZFamilyall 5 news articles »