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One Pueblo’s Fight Against Renewed Gaming Compact ‘Unfair Advantage’?
The Pueblo of Pojoaque has been thwarted in a request to hold state of New Mexico in contempt of court over on ongoing fight about gaming...
DOJ Backs Santa Clara Pueblo in Water Easements Case
The Department of Justice is suing a small northern New Mexico city for continuing to use expired water and sewer easements that run through Pueblo land...
Shoshone-Bannock’s Stinging Insult That Is the Pocatello Airport
The Shoshone-Bannock tribes are fighting to control development at an airport owned by a neighboring city but in the middle of their reservation...
Prayers and Spiritual Energy: High-Ranking Tibetan Monk Visits Bears Ears
In a room filled with song, two mighty spiritual traditions came together this week to celebrate sacred ground, and the life force that emanates from Mother Earth herself...
Lowering Blood Quantum Leaves Isleta Pueblo Many Fights, Issues
The Pueblo of Isleta in central New Mexico decided in a bitterly contested vote to lower its blood quantum, allowing quarter-bloods to become tribal members...
Diné CARE, Environmental Groups Sue Interior Over Navajo Coal Plant
A Navajo environmental group has filed suit over continuing operations at the coal-fired Four Corners Power Plant on the eastern Navajo Nation near Farmington, New Mexico...
Bennett Freeze Thaw Finally Underway; Flurry of Activity To Improve Living Conditions
It’s nearly seven years to the day since President Barack Obama signed a law repealing the Bennett Freeze on the Navajo Nation, and still, residents of the area are waiting to see ...
‘Drunk Town USA’: Gallup Working Together to Erase Stigma
Gallup, New Mexico is a cultural mecca, rich in Hispanic tradition and serving as a border town for the pueblos of Zuni and Laguna and the Navajo Nation...
Ben Shelly Back in Politics, Running for NM District
Former Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly has filed formal declarations in a New Mexico House of Representative race, where he will run against three other Democrats, including one...
San Francisco Peaks Settlement Between Hopi and Flagstaff Comes Under Fire
A proposed settlement about snowmaking with wastewater on the sacred San Francisco Peaks in Arizona was halted on March 8 over concerns about a lack of public involvement...
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