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Navajo Nation Extends Power Plant Lease to 2041
March 10, 2011
The Navajo Nation extended its lease on the coal-fired Four Corners Power Plant on its tribal land in northwestern New Mexico till 2041, reported Susan Montoya Bryan for the Associ...
Chinese Exchange Student Helping Navajo School Bball Team
March 03, 2011
Ryan Boetel of the Daily Times , Farmington, New Mexico's local newspaper, reports that a foreign exchange student from Beijing is helping the local high school in their quest for ...
Record Enrollment at Diné College
March 02, 2011
For the third year in a row, enrollment at Diné College , in Tsaile, Arizona has steadily increased...
Travel Scholarships Available for Navajo Farmers & Ranchers
February 21, 2011
Registration to the Western Agency Institute at the Moenkopi Inn in Tuba City, Arizona, will be held on March 17 and 18...
250 Miles And Counting on the Trail of Tears
February 05, 2011
By the time you read this, I'll be past the 250 mile mark and 1/3rd of the way through my journey. I couldn't have done it without the support of many people...
Navajo Language Immersion Program Launched
February 03, 2011
Central Consolidated School District in New Mexico has launched its first Navajo immersion program, Farmington Daily Times reported...
Two New Mexico Cities Oppose Navajo Water Rights
February 01, 2011
The cities of Aztec and Bloomfield are preparing to contest in court the water rights settlement that was signed into law in December by Interior secretary Ken Salazar and former N...
AZ Grants Grand Canyon–area Permits to Uranium Mining Co.
March 13, 2011
Even as the U.S...
Building Blocks: Forming Relationships Between Tribes and Construction Companies
February 01, 2011
One of the original CIIC founders, Navajo Jefferson Begay, takes class notes prior to addressing the Tucson roadshow...
Miss Indian Nations Takes Community Leadership Role
February 02, 2011
As The Bismarck Tribune reported way back last September 11th, 27-year old Evereta Thinn, Diné, was crowned Miss Indian Nations at the 2010 United Tribes International pow wow ...
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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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