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Monthly Archives: April 2016

Santa Fe, NM-Eleven Navajo Nation planning, design and construction projects were awarded $3.395 million in total during the New Mexico Tribal Infrastructure Fund (TIF) Regular Board Meeting held on Apr. 25 at the New Mexico State Legislature...

By admin on Apr 26th, 2016

On Sunday, April 17, a Chinle woman and her children were killed by her estranged husband in Lake Mary, Fla. The husband later committed suicide. (Photo: Jim Family Funeral Arrangements GoFundMe page) The woman, identified as 31-year-old Chericia...

By admin on Apr 20th, 2016

Another Navajo Nation council delegate is facing the consequences from misusing discretionary funds meant for tribal members facing extreme financial hardships. Mel R. Begay was removed from his legislative post after being found guilty of misusing...

By admin on Apr 20th, 2016

If starting up a garden is on your spring to-do list, you’re in luck. The Little Colorado River Watershed Chapters Association (LCRWCA) will be hosting gardening workshops throughout the Navajo Nation for the month of April to help residents...

By admin on Apr 13th, 2016

Statement Of Carlyle W. Begay Arizona State Senator, Legislative District 7 Before the Committee on Indian Affairs United States Senate On S.2711, The Native American Education Opportunity Act April 6, 2016 Thank you, Chairman Barrasso, Vice...

By admin on Apr 6th, 2016

On April 4, the Winslow Police Department revealed Austin Shipley as the officer who shot and killed 27-year-old Loreal Tsingine last month. Shipley, 26, has been with the department for three years. In documents acquired by an Arizona news...

By admin on Apr 6th, 2016

DURANGO—The John and Sophie Ottens Foundation recently provided a commitment for an additional $400,000 in scholarship support for Native American students at the University of Denver’s Four Corners Master of Social Work (MSW) Program,...

By admin on Apr 6th, 2016

Ever since word broke out over a Navajo woman dying from gunshot wounds after an altercation with police in Winslow, Arizona, a degree of anger and frustration over the incident has emerged from the Native community. On March 27, 27-year-old...

By admin on Apr 4th, 2016

A rare strain of a strep superbug that caused an epidemic in Canada a decade ago has been identified by scientists in Arizona’s Coconino County. The Transitional Genomics Research Institute (TGen) announced the findings in a study at the...

By admin on Apr 4th, 2016

Located near a street called Treat Avenue, a new Tucson burger joint couldn’t sit in a more appropriate location. On Friday, April 1, Tucson residents flocked to the grand opening of Blake’s Lotaburger at Speedway Boulevard and Treat...

By admin on Apr 1st, 2016