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Starbucks Kicks off in Chinle


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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Michelle Obama Visits Gila River Indian Community


Earlier this week, former First Lady Michelle Obama visit Gila River Indian Community in Chandler, AZ. I sat down with several young people from the Gila River Indian Community in Chandler, Arizona, home to the Akimel O’otham and Pee Posh tribes. To me, these students are living proof of the power of resilience. No matter…

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Navajo Airman continues family’s military legacy at Whiteman


Airman 1st Class Phillip Rock is part of his family’s legacy of military service – a legacy that, in fact, would not have continued if it weren’t for that military service itself. Stationed at Whiteman Air Force Base, Rock is a B-2 Spirit weapons load crew member in the 509th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. It is…

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Publishing your own book


These days publishing your own book requires vast amounts of writing and editing and finding the right publisher is key to a successful launch. While you focus on writing and editing you book, the Navajo Post can publish your book. We are a full service publishing company. We serve many minority markets and demographics and…

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Meet your New Navajo Nation Speaker


Delegate Seth Damon selected as Speaker for the 24th Navajo Nation CouncilWINDOW ROCK – Council Delegate Seth Damon (Bááháálí, Chichiltah, Manuelito, Tsé Lichíí’, Rock Springs, Tsayatoh) was selected as the Speaker for the 24th Navajo Nation Council on Monday, and will assume all duties and authorities delegated to the Speaker effective immediately per Title 2 of…

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Legislature considers authorization of life-ending medication


SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) – The Legislature is beginning public deliberations on a new bill that would legalize medically assisted suicide for terminally ill patients. A New Mexico House panel for health policies was scheduled Monday to hear the proposal from Democratic Rep. Deborah Armstrong of Albuquerque and Sen. Liz Stefanics of Santa Fe sets…

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Indigenous human rights leader Alray Nelson selected as a United States Hispanic Leadership Institute Speaker


Over the last 37 years, the United States Hispanic Leadership Institute (USHLI) has hosted the nations largest, premier Hispanic leadership conference, attracting a complete cross-section of changemakers from around the country. One movement builder chosen by the USHLI is Indigenous human rights leader, Alray Nelson, as a guest speaker on February 16, 2019, in Chicago, Illinois. Over 6,500 present and future…

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Navajo Lawmakers meet with New Mexico Governor


SANTA FE, N.M. – Members of the 24th Navajo Nation Council met with New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and Cabinet Secretary Designee for the New Mexico Indian Affairs Department Lynn Trujillo on Tuesday. Council members also had the opportunity to meet with state lawmakers to discuss issues such as education, impact aid, capital outlay…

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There is real opportunity for 54 New Mexico chapters to get Infrastructure Funding


HUERFANO, N.M. – On Thursday, 24th Navajo Nation Council members that represent communities in the state of New Mexico held an all-day session entitled the “New Mexico Navajo Nation Chapters Preparation Meeting” to discuss issues relating to capital outlay, tribal infrastructure, aging and long-term services for Navajo elderly, and several other issues to prepare for…

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