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Search for missing child Ends

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According to the Navajo Division of Public Safety, they are ending the search for the missing 3-year-old child.

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NEW WAR PONY: Navajo Navy Ships

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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – The Navajo Nation proudly announces that Secretary of the Navy Richard V. Spencer has named the new class of U.S. Navy Towing, Salvage, and Rescue ships Navajo. The class is named in honor of the Navajo people’s storied contributions to the American military, who have served in the armed forces for decades…

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70 th Annual Native American Church of North America Convention

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Yá’át’ééh shik’éí dóó shidiné’é (Greetings my relatives and my people) We would like to Welcome, our Family, our Relatives and Friends to the 70 th Annual Native American Church of North America Convention, hosted by the Steamboat Diné Half Moon Fireplace of Steamboat, Arizona. The scheduled event will be during the week of June 13…

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The Dine Bank Robber

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The FBI is looking for this man who robbed Washington Federal on Feb. 19 in Gallup, NM. According to the FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation Richard Johns, 46 who is Native American, has a large tattoo on his forehead that says “Dine,” and another on the front of his neck with the “$” symbol.…

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Council Stands by Emergency Relief for Chapters

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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – After much deliberation and direct communication with community officials and first responders, the 24th Navajo Nation Council appropriated $3 million dollars in emergency relief for the Navajo Nation’s chapters. The Office of the Speaker does not agree with several statements made in President Jonathan Nez’s line item veto announcement of CF-04-19,…

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NTEC outlines reasons for NGS acquisition stalled talks to Navajo Council

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CHANDLER, Ariz. – Navajo Transitional Energy Company officials outlined points to the Navajo Nation Council, on Saturday, March 2, that led to last week’s stalled negotiations with Salt River Project for the acquisition of Navajo Generation Station. Negotiations for Navajo Generating Station stalled last week due to SRP’s insistence on a direct and unlimited guarantee…

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Disgraced Razaghi Healthcare being sued for $30M by Sage Memorial Hospital

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Ahmed Razaghi, the owner and operator of disgraced Razaghi Healthcare is being sued foe $30 Million by Sage Memorial Hospital. Sage is accusing Razaghi Healthcare and others of fraud and racketeering. Sage Memorial Hospital is located on the Navajo Nation, 30 min west of Window Rock. Sage provides comprehensive healthcare to the locals living in…

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Law and Order Committee Selects Delegates Charles-Newton and Otto Tso as Leadership

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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – The Law and Order Committee of the 24th Navajo Nation Council met Monday and selected Council Delegate Eugenia Charles-Newton (Shiprock) to chair the committee and selected Council Delegate Otto Tso (Tó Nanees Dizí) as vice chair. Council Delegate Edmund Yazzie (Churchrock, Iyanbito, Mariano Lake, Pinedale, Smith Lake, Thoreau) was also nominated…

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New Navajo Police Officers Graduate from Academy

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CHINLE, Ariz. – Council Delegates Eugenia Charles-Newton (Shiprock) and Eugene Tso (Chinle) represented the 24th Navajo Nation Council at the Navajo Police Training Academy Class 53 graduation ceremony held at the Chinle Community Center on Feb. 22. Delegate Charles-Newton joined hosting Delegate Tso in witnessing the culmination of 26 weeks of police academy training come to an…

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Starbucks Kicks off in Chinle

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Navajo Times Cindy Yurth Reports: It’s Valentine’s Day, and you know what Navajos really love? Their coffee. So it was no surprise that word had percolated to the community and the second Starbucks on the rez was already bustling on its first day in business, even if it is located inside a nursing home. Patrons…

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