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‘Historic’ Agreement Gets Final Approval
Interview: Jason Momoa on 'The Red Road'
116: Oldest Person Credits Sushi, Sleep
Maryland Church to Boycott NFL Team
Tribes Benefit From Federal Climate Fund
Dene Woman Wins Youth Activist Award
In Honor of Loretta Saunders
The Lillian St. Cyr Story, Part 3
Nomlakis Fund Police Mapping Software
Klamath and Farmers Agree on Water Use
Sacred Sites Bill Would Boost Protection
You’d Never Catch a Native…
Milwaukee Pow Wow Welcomes Spring
False Lightning and Buried Emotions
Family Vows to Finish Saunders Research
Tribe Hosts Basketball Tournament
Kenny Dobbs Dunks Over Man on Fire
CNI Recognized Aerospace Manufacturing
Leader of Sacred Wampum Return Walks On
Schimmel Eyeing the Final Four, WNBA
Thing About Skins
National Indian Education Association Welcomes Michael Woestehoff Again
Michael Woesthoff Michael Woestehoff, who previously served as communications coordinator for the National Indian Education Association , was recently named director of communicati...
American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Arizona Appoints First-Ever Executive Director
Loren Tapahe Loren Tapahe, a member of the Navajo Nation , was appointed as the first-ever executive director of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Arizona ...
Navajo Agencies Host Regional Housing Summits
In an effort to promote regional agencies and offer funding resources and services for housing related issues, the Navajo Housing Authority (NHA) created five regional housing summ...
Cleaning Up Uranium in the Navajo Nation
Cleanup of uranium-tainted Skyline Mine site within Navajo Nation is underway; it's a welcome undertaking, reports the Salt Lake Tribune , but residents still have some cause for c...
Shelly to Host 'Navajo Nation Commercial Tobacco-Free' Rally May 31
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly and Vice President Rex Lee Jim declared Tuesday, May 31, 2011 as "Navajo Nation Commercial Tobacco-Free Day" in recognition of the World Health O...
Cleaning Up King Coal? Tribes Appeal Tighter Restrictions on Power Plant Emissions
Navajo Generating Station in Page, Arizona “Coal: it’s the safest energy there is.” So reads the slogan for a parody web site aimed at Peabody Energy , which operates Arizona’s coa...
Navajo Nation Fosters Change
Native residents of one border town may find race relations improving after years of alleged discrimination, harassment and disbelief from non-Native storekeepers, teens, and city ...
Potlatch Fund Announces New Executive Director
Dana Arviso (Diné) beat out a national field of candidates for the executive director position at Potlatch Fund , a grant-making and leadership development organization serving Was...
Navajo Cops on National Geographic Channel
The documentary Navajo Cops airs tonight, May 11, at 8 PM and 11 PM on National Geographic Channel...
Navajo Medicine Man Runs Global Business without Internet
The Farmington Daily Times' third article in its five-part series highlights the advantage of global Internet-based sales...
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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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