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'I Sing. You Dance.' Creator Talks Music
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Gaming Exclusivity Fees Dip
Dakota 38 + 2 Detour at Sisseton
Dangerous Turkeys, Dangerous Banks
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‘Wards of the Federal Government’?
Congress Moves to Protect Alaska's Women
AMERIND Risk, NAIHC Offers Package Deal
Boycott Ralph Lauren
LA Times: The Toll of Coal on the Navajo
Keene: Our Ancestors Are Not Your Props!
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The Colossus of Chamberlain, SD
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Thing About Skins
Navajo Nation and DOJ Look at Violence, Discrimination in Border Towns
The Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission has completed a memorandum of understanding, or MOU, with the U.S. Department of Justice...
‘Native Plant Garden’ Flourishes on Navajo Land
For nearly three decades, the Navajo Forestry Department has nurtured the “Native Plant Garden,” a gorgeous greenhouses of indigenous plants and flowers in Fort Defiance, Arizona...
Focusing on Culture to Level the Playing Field for Native Students
A medicine man once told Mark Sorensen that true education can heal...
Good Morning, Anchorage! Top 10 Cities With Highest Percentage Natives
Thanks to the U.S. Census Bureau and its effort to count us all once a decade, we have another interesting list to report on...
New Water Wells Relieve Navajo Livestock During Deadly Drought
Roughly 1,000 dehydrated cattle in two chapters of the Navajo Nation in Utah have found relief, thanks to new wells provided by the United States Department of Agriculture’s Natura...
Monster Slayers: Can the Navajo Nation Kick the Coal Habit?
“In the far back times of the Dine people, monsters roamed the lands. And in those times, there were great beings who were called upon to slay the monsters...
Death Tax for Twinkies! Navajo Health Activists Push for Junk Food Tax
A group of Navajo activists advocating for healthy living is not deterred by the tribal council’s decision to reject their proposed Junk Food Tax Act of 2013...
Navajo President Ben Shelly Signs $3 Million Drought Relief Bill
Under a state of emergency and watching its horses die of thirst, the Navajo Nation is getting $3 million of relief from the tribe's coffers...
Navajo Nation Secures $1M in Job Training From PNM
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly formalized an agreement Thursday afternoon with Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) that will provide Navajo Nation members with funding f...
Coming Clean: Historic Agreement Reached for Navajo Generating Station
The electricity delivery from the Navajo Generating Station will continue well into the future – while achieving significant air pollution reductions...
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