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Cherokees Honor a Family of Veterans
Perique Tobacco: Choctaw Tradition
Tornadoes Threaten Indian Country
HIV Cases Rise on Navajo Land
American Indian Woman of the Year Named
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Milwaukee Group Supports Native Women
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Upper Sioux Elder Tom Ross Walks On
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BIA’s Charles Addington Award Finalist
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Arizona Public Service Targets Navajo Businesses for Contract Work
April 11, 2011
The owners of Hodishooh Specialty Cleaning Services in Bloomfield, New Mexico, Ray and Spicey Yazzie secured a contract with Arizona Public Service Co...
Spotlight on Farmington New Mexico
April 21, 2011
Farmington, New Mexico, is a city situated at the convergence of several different entities...
Indian Artists Auction Art Online for Japan Disaster Relief
April 05, 2011
Darryl Dean Begay, Raymond C. Yazzie, and Lyndon Tsosie look at eBay auction donations...
Native American Skies at U. of Colorado
March 29, 2011
DailyCamera reports that University of Colorado astronomer John Stocke (he resides in the astrophysical and planetary sciences department) will present “Native American Skies” on T...
William R. Wilson: Navajo Artist of the Post-Apocalypse
Lisa Gale Garrigues
March 24, 2011
A Navajo man in a gas mask stares into the camera, the land sprawling behind him in a luminous haze of post-apocalyptic beauty...
Navajo Nation Breaks Ground on Twin Arrows Casino
March 22, 2011
Ground breaking on the Twin Arrows Casino (Photo courtesy of the Navajo Nation) The Navajo Nation broke ground March 21 on its first Arizona-based casino, Twin Arrows ...
Failed Egg Farm Cost Navajo Nation $1.25 Million
March 18, 2011
The Navajo Nation had to fork over $1.25 million in tribal funds for a defunct egg farm, and an audit completed March 7 confirmed the tribe will probably never see the money again,...
EPA Releases Emissions Rules for Coal-fired Power Plants
March 16, 2011
The federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Wednesday issued the first-ever U.S...
Sisters in Circle Take on Women's Issues on the Navajo Reservation
March 14, 2011
Women in Shiprock, New Mexico are rallying together to confront domestic violence, sexual assault and women's health concerns on the Navajo reservation , reported The Daily Times ...
Hopi and Navajo Leaders Meet
March 11, 2011
Working together with a mutual understanding was the message March 8 as Hopi and Navajo leaders came together for a meet and greet in Window Rock, Ariz...
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Luci Tapahonso Named as Navajo Nation's First Poet Laureate
Tribes Benefit From Portion of Nearly $1 Million in Grants to 56 National Parks
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