Sunday 24 July, 2016
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Navajo Post Newspaper

Navajo Post Newspaper

  • A very tragic event has hit the Navajo Nation once again   A 3-year-old boy was mauled to death by 12 pitbulls in Seba Dalkai, AZ on the Navajo Nation, reported the Navajo Times.   A very tragic incident.   Kimasha...

  • GALLUP, N.M. (AP) – The Navajo Nation community of Rough Rock went five days without water after a mechanical failure and is again being asked to conserve. The Gallup Independent reports that Navajo Tribal Utility Authority officials...

  •   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   TEMPE, Ariz. – a new organic meat shop is underway.   Alexander Chambers is launching Chambers Meat Company in the heart of the valley and says the new venture was created to serve people...

  • PINON, Ariz. – members of the 23rd Navajo Nation Council received a report from Pinon chapter officials and community members regarding public safety issues and the need for a police sub-station. The rural community of Pinon is located...

  • Zah Sees Uncertainty Ahead and Continues to Caution the Public About Rushing to Spend the Permanent Trust Fund WINDOW ROCK—Continuing to preserve the Navajo Nation Permanent Trust Fund is critical to the future of the Navajo People,...

Navajo Post June 24 Edition
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‘WE STRONGLY URGE THE USEPA TO CREATE A NAVAJO REGION’, PRESIDENT BEGAYE SAYS

WINDOW ROCK, ARIZ-In a letter dated Tuesday, Jun. 7, Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez requested that United States President Barack Obama designate...

may 20 2016 edition
LETTER: I would like the death penalty to be approved on the Navajo Nation

It would be a lesson to all offenders who try to commit a crime. Every native person I met thru da 30 yrs I’ve been on this earth, I’ve...

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Council delegate loses seat following criminal conviction

Another Navajo Nation council delegate is facing the consequences from misusing discretionary funds meant for tribal members facing extreme...

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Former Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly to enter NM State Politics

Former Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly is making news for entering the race for District 69, a seat that use to held by Rep. Ken Martinez...

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Mutton Meat shop to open in Phoenix

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   TEMPE, Ariz. – a new organic meat shop is underway.   Alexander...

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ZAH FIRES BACK

Zah Sees Uncertainty Ahead and Continues to Caution the Public About Rushing to Spend the Permanent...

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University of Denver Promotes Four Corners Program Director

DENVER – The Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) at the University of Denver congratulates...