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President Shelly visits Navajo AML Reclamation Site
In an effort to find an answer as to why the federal government is looking to cut funding to the Abandoned Mine Land (AML) on the Navajo Reservation, Navajo President Ben Shelly to...
Transit of Venus 2012 Will Be Watched By Millions, Including on Navajo Nation: Here’s How
The spectacular sun-related astronomical events of this year, combined with modern viewing technology that shields the eyes, caused some to cast aside their reservations and observ...
Black Mesa Shouldering the Burden of Navajo-Hopi Water Project
Black Mesa is among the most remote and traditional communities on the vast Navajo Nation...
Avert Your Eyes: Eclipse Viewing Taboo in Navajo and Other Cultures
While millions around the world will flock to view the annular solar eclipse on Sunday at sunset, many who are smack in the middle of its shadowy path will avert their eyes...
Annular Solar Eclipse Will Wow Many as It Slices Through Indian Country
On May 20 a great celestial event will take place: The moon will obscure the sun—almost...
Man Indicted for Spending Navajo Corporate Funds on Personal Expenses
A man who allegedly spent millions of Navajo Nation corporate funds for personal use was indicted in U.S...
President Ben Shelly Calls for Action to Help Families Attain Homes in Bennett Freeze Area
For 40 years, homes in Cameron, Arizona and areas making up 1.8 million acres around it sat idly by as owners were unable to update, repair or build under what was known as the Ben...
Cities in the Desert Are Thirsty for Navajo Water
This column was originally published on LastRealIndians.com.
President Ben Shelly Tours Food Pantry
On May 9, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly toured The Community Pantry in Gallup, New Mexico to explore ways the Nation can partner with the pantry...
Samuel Tso, Navajo Code Talker Walks On
Samuel Tso, 89, a United States Military Veteran and Navajo Code Talker passed away the evening of May 9 at the San Juan Regional Medical Center in Farmington, New Mexico, surround...
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Shirley v. Deschene: Traditional v. New Generation for Navajo President
Navajo Kindergartner Sent Home from School, Ordered to Cut His Hair
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