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Navajo Code Talker Wilfred E. Billey Walks On
The Navajo Nation mourns the loss of the late Navajo Code Talker Wilfred E. Billey. Billey left us on December 12, 2013...
Navajo Nation Could Get $1 Billion in Damages for Uranium Mess
The Navajo Nation could net up to $1 billion for the cleanup of abandoned uranium mines and processing plants in Cove, Arizona and Shiprock, New Mexico, after a bankruptcy judge ru...
Galbraith Exits Obama Administration; Thiele Up to Bat
In a move that had been expected by Native affairs insiders for some time, Charles Galbraith has announced to tribal leaders that he is leaving the Obama administration...
Senators Have Doubts After Harper Answers Queries on Cobell Dealings
Some senators are having problems with answers provided by lawyer Keith Harper, a Cherokee Nation citizen, about his work on the Cobell settlement and other tribal trust lawsuits...
Native History: Blizzard Devastates Navajo and Hopi Nations
This Date in Native History: On December 14, 1967, a blizzard hit the Navajo and Hopi Nations, covering the ground with as much as seven feet of snow, trapping residents in their h...
6 Tribes That Took Advantage of Amendment for FEMA Relief in 2013
Today’s technology can track tornadoes and snowstorms, hurricanes and rainstorms...
Educating Indian Country’s Future Leaders
The most often-asked question about the element of leadership is, “Are leaders born or made?” And the most frequent answer is, “a little bit of both.” If you’re a believer in the p...
National Parks Conservation Group Objects to Navajo Generating Station Proposal
Nearly four months after last summer’s historic agreement to reduce emissions from the Navajo Generating Station, the plant continues to belch pollutants and compromise health, a g...
They Eat Horses, Don’t They? Bucking the Slaughterhouse Ban on Horses
You can lead a horse to a slaughter … or can you? In the United States, the answer is, Not yet...
President Obama Meets With Tribal Leaders Ahead of Tribal Conference
Before the 2013 White House Tribal Nations Conference scheduled for tomorrow, President Barack Obama sat down with a dozen tribal leaders to discuss job creation and economic devel...
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Is the Navajo Mine a Viable Option? Growing Opposition Doesn’t Think So
Navajo Nation and Tohono O’odham Remembers Arthur J. Hubbard Sr.
Mount Taylor Will Be Protected, Case Sets Sacred Sites Precedent
Same-Sex Marriages: Unrecognized in Navajo Culture, but for How Long?
Shelly Vetoes Navajo Junk Food Tax
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