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Nobel Prize Winners Oppose Keystone XL
Crow Native Days 2013 Underway
Pocahontas, Powhatan Complex Protected
Geronimo, Sitting Bull Added to Mural
Mohawk Driver Derek White in NASCAR Race
Cherokee Nation Expands Health Center
American Indian Voting Rights Upheld
Santa Fe Indian Market Is Ultimate Venue
Power Struggles at Interior Department
Former Chickasaw Lt. Governor Walks On
Indigenous Rights Must Be Top Priority
Maine Blocks Penobscot Bingo Upgrade
Turtle Island to Collide With Europe
Tiny Tahiti Makes Huge Splash in Brazil
Helping Rez Pets on Cheyenne River
Animators Take on the Racist Redskins
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Things About Skins
Two New Mexico Cities Oppose Navajo Water Rights
February 01, 2011
The cities of Aztec and Bloomfield are preparing to contest in court the water rights settlement that was signed into law in December by Interior secretary Ken Salazar and former N...
22nd Navajo Nation Council Selects Johnny Naize as New Speaker
January 25, 2011
Speaker Johnny Naize held the speaker gavel, which he will use for the next two years as the Speaker of the 22nd Navajo Nation Council. On Jan...
Incoming Navajo Lawmakers Hear Restructuring Plans
Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press
January 07, 2011
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz.—Incoming Navajo lawmakers are considering how to restructure the tribal council that was downsized from 88 members to 24 members...
Abandoned Mines an “Overwhelming Problem”
December 31, 2010
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is currently assessing 520 open abandoned uranium mines on the Navajo reservation that have set idle since the Cold War, reported Francie ...
Twin Arrows Casino Will Benefit Navajos
December 28, 2010
The Navajo tribe will add a fourth casinos to its portfolio next year, a move that solidifies its place in the gaming industry and stands to benefit the largely poverty-stricken 27...
Navajo Meat-Processing Plant to Open in Spring
November 24, 2010
Ramah Navajo Foods, a joint venture between Blue Mountain Meats of Monticello, Utah, and New Mexico's Ramah Navajo Chapter , announced plans to open a meat processing and wholesale...
Four Corners Teacher Preparation Project Addresses Shortage of American Indian Educators
February 14, 2011
There are more than 80,000 American Indian/Alaska Native children of school age in Arizona, but only about 1,000 Native public school teachers, according to an Arizona State Univer...
A Navajo Tribute To Code Talker George Smith, Who Has Walked On
November 02, 2012
We are saddened by the passing of Navajo Code Talker George Smith, who walked on October 30...
Save the Confluence Releases Video on the Grand Canyon Escalade Project
November 12, 2012
The Grand Canyon Escalade project has been a scene of controversy ever since the Navajo Nation announced its plans to develop the area into a tourist destination...
Statement From Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly for Veterans Day
November 11, 2012
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly released the following statement for Veterans Day 2012. “Our veterans are among the most cherished people among our Navajo people...
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Every Child Left Behind: Sequester Guts Indian Education, Part 3
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