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Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Na’nizhoozhi Center, Inc., also known as the Gallup Detox Center, may permanently lose funding from the Navajo Nation this year. Instead, President Russell Begaye stated that the Nation is looking to partner with the Rehoboth McKinley...

By admin on Mar 30th, 2016

On March 29, the U.S. Court of Appeals Ninth Circuit unanimously upheld that the Tohono O’odham Nation can operate a casino near Glendale, Arizona. This was the 19th consecutive decision that ruled in favor of the Nation despite heavy...

By admin on Mar 30th, 2016

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Check out these Native American events happening across the Southwest. April 1: Benefit Concert for the Longest Walk 5, Santa Fe The fifth installment of the Longest Walk, which started in 1978,...

By admin on Mar 30th, 2016

More details have come forward as Winslow police and the Department of Public Safety began their investigation into a shooting that led to one woman’s death. This includes information about the weapon the woman allegedly used to threaten...

By admin on Mar 30th, 2016

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 of New Mexico. But Shelly bid faces a court challenge from Barbara Felipe, of Acoma, has filed a suit...

By admin on Mar 30th, 2016

The Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial is currently seeking original art pieces from Native American artists for their 95th annual event. Selected artwork will be featured in the ceremonial’s five-day event. Artists who specialize...

By admin on Mar 28th, 2016

On Sunday, March 27, a Navajo woman was shot and killed by police in Winslow, Arizona after visiting a local convenience store. The incident occurred at 4 p.m. outside of the Winslow Circle K when the woman, identified as 27-year-old Loreal...

By admin on Mar 28th, 2016

Fury broke out in Santa Clarita, California this week when California’s Department of Children and Family Services (DFCS) picked up a six-year-old child from the home of her foster parents on March 21 to be reunified with relatives in...

By admin on Mar 25th, 2016

Members of local Indigenous tribes represented both protesters and supporters of Donald Trump’s March 19 rally held in Fountain Hills, Arizona. The rally, which was delayed due to a blockade held by more than one hundred anti-Trump protesters,...

By admin on Mar 23rd, 2016

Last week, audio footage was released of Crownpoint High School principal, Dr. J.D. Reed, who made a series of disparaging remarks about several members of the Gallup-McKinley County school board and the local community. The recording circulated...

By admin on Mar 22nd, 2016