Friday 28 April, 2017
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Navajo Post Newspaper
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COLD BLOODED KILLER? According to the local newspaper the Daily Times, Johnson Mud cut his wife throat because he was tired of her cheating, Mud is now in custody at the San Juan County Detention Center where he will await trail. THE DAILY...

By admin on Feb 20th, 2017

Group of Native American spectators claimed they were segregated at a basketball game in Queen Creek, AZ. 12 News, Nico Santos Reported:   QUEEN CREEK, Ariz. – It was supposed to be a fun time at a high school basketball game, but...

By admin on Feb 9th, 2017

The Navajo Housing Authority (NHA) paid over $1 million dollars to Former Navajo Nation Tribal Chairman Peterson Zah and former Council Delegate Ervin Keeswood in consulting fee’s while NHA faces harsh criticism from community members...

Michael Crawford is a Christian motivational speaker and businessman. He spent 39 years as a leader in the automotive industry. It wasn’t long after Michael Crawford started as a salesman that his extraordinary achievements, including...

By admin on Feb 7th, 2017

Eighteen Year Old Navajo Bull Rider Tops Field of 24 to Win Rio Rancho With the goal of qualifying for his first Championship Bull Riding World Finals, eighteen year old Cody Jesus from Sawmill, Arizona rode two of the three bulls he attempted...

By admin on Jan 29th, 2017

(CNN)With one swipe of the presidential pen, the Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines were back on the agenda, marking the realization of protesters’ worst fears about what a Donald Trump presidency means for the environment and the...

By admin on Jan 25th, 2017

By easing the approval process for infrastructure programs, President Donald Trump may have resurrected a number of other oil and gas projects that were languishing. Trump signed executive orders Tuesday advancing both the controversial Keystone...

By admin on Jan 25th, 2017

FARMINGTON, NM – Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (NAPI) is assisting various Navajo Nation communities impacted by the winter weather conditions. NAPI will conduct ‘Satellite Sales’ by transporting semi-loads of Alfalfa Feeder Hay...

By admin on Jan 24th, 2017

LoRenzo Bates re-elected to serve second term as Speaker of the 23rd Navajo Nation Council WINDOW ROCK – As the first order of business during the opening day of the Winter Council Session, the 23rd Navajo Nation Council re-elected Speaker...

By admin on Jan 23rd, 2017

The Navajo Nation is recognizable across the world as the largest Native American tribe in the U.S. Now the tribal council is considering changing the name to Dine Nation, a local organic name used by the elders who don’t like the name...

By admin on Jan 22nd, 2017