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Bennett Freeze Thaw Finally Underway; Flurry of Activity To Improve Living Conditions
It’s nearly seven years to the day since President Barack Obama signed a law repealing the Bennett Freeze on the Navajo Nation, and still, residents of the area are waiting to see ...
Congress Overreaching: Navajo Housing Takes Second Big Hit
The Navajo Nation is fighting a second multi-million dollar hit to its housing budget this year, and the latest one is raising an alarm about overreach, by Congress, into Indian af...
‘Rebirth of a Nation’: Navajo Bluestone Housing Project
Housing on the Navajo Nation is about to get a major upgrade, thanks in part to an energetic partnership between tribal housing officials and a former Frank Lloyd Wright protégé...
NAHASDA Passes House; All Eyes on Senate Now
“NAHASDA is a pillar in the federal government’s trust relationship with our Native peoples and continues to support overwhelmingly successful housing initiatives,” Congressman Don...
Housing Conditions In Indian Country: ‘Couch-Surfing and Overcrowded’; More Is Needed
Native leaders testified at a Senate hearing Wednesday that housing efforts across Indian country have shown early success, but more is needed to address the pervasive epidemic of ...
Navajo Nation In Jeopardy of Losing Unspent Housing Money
The Navajo Nation is sounding the alarm about federal legislation that could cost the tribe $81 million this year in funds for housing projects, if Congress approves it as written...
Workshops Help Navajo Nation Businesses Survive Contract Process
As president of iiná bá, Inc, a Native American-owned environmental consulting firm, Duane Aspaas says he is always look for tips, training and education for his staff of nearly 20...
Navajo Housing Authority Spends $142 Million—Its Fiscal Year Goal
Goal next year is $155 million The Navajo Housing Authority is ending its fiscal year with record-breaking achievements and progress...
Contractor in Prison; HUD Orders Navajo Housing Authority to Repay $11M
The Navajo Housing Authority received a draft report dated September 5 from the Northern Plains Office of the U.S...
Navajo Family Overjoyed to Receive 200th Home From IRT, Complete With Running Water
On August 16 in Gallup, New Mexico, incoming residents of the 200th house built free-of-charge by Operation Footprint for local, less fortunate Navajo families cut a red ribbon in ...
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