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Is the Navajo Mine a Viable Option? Growing Opposition Doesn’t Think So
Citing human and environmental health concerns and an uncertain future for fossil fuels, a growing group of Navajo citizens is calling on the Interior Department to reverse the tri...
Cutting Red Tape: Navajo Nation FEMA Aid Gets Sped Up and Streamlined
With disaster assistance now available to tribes through the 2013 Stafford Act, the Navajo Nation has set out to streamline the process of applying for its residents...
Video: Not Ready for Change: Navajo Nation’s View on Same-Sex Marriage
Jorge Martin Melchor
New Mexico’s Supreme Court ruled in December that same-sex marriage was constitutional, and the state began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples across the state...
Southwest Polar Vortex: Dry & Mild Bring Wildfire Concerns
The coldest temperatures in 20 years hit most of the United States earlier this month, affecting nearly 140 million Americans and leaving few areas unscathed...
The Environment in 2013: 10 Stories That Dominated the Landscape
So much happened this past year with respect to the environment that it is hard to know which way to look first...
Navajo Nation Is Coal Country as Mine Sale Finalized
The Navajo Nation is the new owner of the Navajo Mine, a decades-old coal operation south of Farmington, New Mexico. But not all tribal members are celebrating...
Proposed Navajo Gaming Compact Would Authorize Five Casinos in New Mexico
The Navajo Nation currently operates two Class III facilities in New Mexico under a gaming compact that expires in 2015...
Navajo Nation Finalizes Sale of BHP Billiton Mine
The Navajo Nation has put the final touches on its purchase of the Navajo Mine from BHP Billiton Limited and is now the official owner, the tribe announced on December 31...
Diné CARE Opposing ‘Bad Business Decision’ That Is the Navajo Mine
As the Navajo Nation draws ever closer to the purchase of its first coal mine, a grassroots group is publicly blasting the terms of the deal...
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...
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