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White House Honors Henry Red Cloud
USDA Offers Native Rural Business Grants
Climate Change on Prime Time Television
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The 'Designer' Foodie Trend of 2014
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Valbuena Named Chairwoman
The Crooked Tongue of Dan Snyder
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Quinault Lake Reopens, With Limits
Sherman Alexie Should Replace Colbert?
Thing About Skins
Navajo President Shelly and New Mexico DOT Discuss US Hwy 491
On November 28, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly met with New Mexico Department of Transportation (DOT) Cabinet Secretary Alvin Dominguez to discuss the construction of U.S...
The 'Natural Born Killer' Earns Respect in Hard-Fought Battle With MMA's Best Fighter
On Saturday, November 17, in Montreal at Ultimate Fighting Championships 154, Carlos Condit entered the pit with Georges St.-Pierre, the current most dominant mixed-martial arts fi...
2012 Western Navajo Fair Powwow in Photos
Diego James Robles
What a difference a year can make...
Navajo Nation Endorses Martin Heinrich For U.S. Senate
On October 30, the largest Indian Nation in the United State – the Navajo Nation – endorsed Martin Heinrich for U.S. Senate...
Sandia National Laboratories To Assist Navajo Nation in Developing Energy Resources
Sandia National Laboratories will help the Navajo Nation take advantage of its coal, natural gas, wind and solar resources...
Paraplegic Man Stranded Three Days in New Mexico Desert Found on Desolate Road on Navajo Nation
For three agonizing days, Ricky Gilmore, 49, dragged himself four miles through the New Mexico desert before a motorist stopped to help him on a seldom trafficked road on the Navaj...
Native Water Rights to Play Big Part in Arizona Elections
As politicians jockey for position in upcoming Arizona elections, some Arizona tribes are still reeling from a thorny battle over water rights – and they’re hoping the candidates w...
Arizona’s Native Vote Could Help Sway a Democratic Majority in Senate
With Arizona poised to help decide the partisan balance in the U.S. Senate, competition in the state’s race is fierce...
So-called 'Navajo' Underwear -- It's Not Just for Girls Anymore
Jezebel noted today that online fashion retailer Asos has contemporary apparel on its site identified as "Navajo." Asos carries products made by a number of manufacturers, and a se...
Navajo President Shelly Signs FY 2013 Budget
On October 1, the Navajo Nation had its 2013 budget in place to begin its fiscal year...
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Uphill Battle: Tough Climb for NM Navajos to Become President
Navajo Council Member’s Anti-Redskins Bill Ready for a Vote
Navajo Nation to Get $1 Billion in Historic Kerr-McGee $5.15 Billion Cleanup Settlement
Raging Rivers: Navajo Nation Council to Vote on Grand Canyon Escalade Project
NTU Instructional Sites to Benefit From Arizona Funding Compact
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